New sexy Wolf that sexually confuses children has dropped – what do you think?
It is not sexualized. He is a well-written and well-developed interesting character. In the 90s anthropomorphs were actually sexualized. Nowadays furries do the heavy lifting for others, and you have to look for what you want to see.
>>181957684>It is not sexualized.Did you hear his sultry fuck voice?
>>181957965He is Death.
>>181957619He is inarguably the least sexualized character in the film.
Why do kids see an anthro character and become degenerates?
>>181957619My bussy is oozing for him.
>>181958464depends on the character but anthropomorphic characters can be much more expressive and outwardly characterized than humans are while also being able to convey the same emotional associations you'd have with a human character which would include aspects of appearance and personality that people find attractive. also fantasy tactile associations are pretty universal, like what it would feel like to see and meet with death irl, what his fur would feel like to the touch etcdeath himself is big, strong, threatening, has a sultry deep voice, his presence takes up so much of the entire film, but he's also soft and fluffy and has tiny little ears that stick out at the top of his heada lot of it is just picrel though