Oh my gosh! I really missed seeing your DC Hero Sims on my dash. Do you mind if you could show some of it? I especially loved your Batfam Sims! :)
Absolutely! I love requests for my Sims to justify my posting them, because I fully acknowledge that it’s Very Silly Business.
My Batfamily house is safe and sound on my PC back in the USA. I’m on my laptop in Korea for another month, however, and the Batman v Superman trailer is getting me hyped against my better judgment. So I made a new household: Bruce Wayne, Clark Kent, Diana Prince, Lois Lane, and Lex Luthor. Super Roommates!
Bruce Wayne/Batman Traits: Genius, Loner, Grumpy, Brave, Computer Whiz
And best roommate ever, Lex Luthor Traits: Evil, Genius, Mean-Spirited, Perfectionist, Ambitious
In this episode: jilted Superbat, Lex deliberately scaring people, Lex starting a fire (ffs), Diana and Lois bff beach day, the fall festival, Bruce and Diana realizing they’re both smokin’ hot and should jump on it, and, finally, a Lois and Clark wedding.
Okay so this question is probably gonna really stupid but I'm new to fursuiting so yeah.>> Where do you generally wear suits? Is it just to cons and for photoshoots or? I ask because I've seen some cool pics of people wearing fursuits in areas that don't look like it's for a con or anything wow this sounds stupid sorry -crawls out-
No worries! No one knows everything.
Most commonly suits are worn to cons and smaller arranged fur meets (generally taking place at bowling alleys or picnic/bbq or private fur only parties.) Ren Fairs are also very welcoming to fursuits, being that the whole place is dedicated to costumes essentially. Pride festivals and japanese festivals are generally safe places as well.
People also wear them in any public open/nature-y area, generally if they want to go take pictures. People have worn them to their schools (generally on halloween). I’ve seen small groups that have gone mini-golfing in suit. I’ve seen boardwalks visited as well.
Places to definitely avoid are malls, stores, theme parks, and cities (if the city isn’t having a relevant event). These places generally have rules against objects that cover your face and hide your identity. Its a security problem and you 100% have to get permission before you try.
Now some information for if you’re considering public/ non-con fursuiting!!!
- Always have a non-suiting handler with you, at all times! For the obvious reason of they can see and communicate better than you can in these costumes. As well as if you’re by yourself it can make people uneasy, but if someone else is with you it could help ease that. Generally suiting in a group of a few suiters and handlers is best, security in numbers (and look less like some random creep to the non-fur public who has no idea whats happening). - Always have your ID on you! If you’re suiting in an unusual place it is fairly likely for a police officer to stop you and ask what on earth you’re doing. Also if you overheat or something medical happens, the ability to be identified is a very good thing. - Don’t hold babies or kids ever! You will 100% at some point get asked to hold someone’s infant for a picture. Do not do this. If you drop that kid, bam, whole world of trouble.
I hope this was helpful, suit responsibly and safely! If you get asked to leave an area or remove your costume don’t argue, respect what you’ve been told.