2017 anthro borba canine clothed clothing comic dialogue disney duo english_text female fox fur hawaiian_shirt hi_res judy_hopps lagomorph male mammal nick_wilde rabbit screentone shirt speech_bubble text zootopia

Rating: Safe
Score: 8
User: neo4812
Date: May 22, 2017 ↑8 ♥37 C50 S

SteelWings said:
Her body her choice. Nick is being a really bad guy in this comic.

How so when Judy made that choice to sleep with Nick over a foolish notion that "oh, we're different so I can't get pregnant"; basically saying in a way that she can poon him anytime without risks or consequences. Borderline selfish on top of opting abortion over a promotion, NOT HEALTH OR LIFE SAFETY OF HERSELF OR THE CHILD, but a FUCKING RANKING PROMOTION; without even consulting a doctor to see if it's possibly safe to have Nick, THE FATHER'S, child if it were a health concern which in Judy's side of the argument, is moot. Followed by ASSAULTING NICK OVER A TRUTHBOMB which in a way was a bit too sensitive and strongly direct but also correct. He never hit or denied her of anything in this story and he was in fact the most mature in this debate. Judy went with this completely backwards and wrong starting from having unprotected sex with Nick (you think she'd be wise enough to mention a condom but didn't; not sure about Nick), not consulting a doctor first for advice with hybrid birthing before confronting Nick with a rash abortion idea, again, OVER A RANKING PROMOTION..NOT HEALTH/LIFE RISK and finally hitting Nick for no reason other than reacting to his harsh truth. How the fuck is Judy even remotely right or better in this? It's not like Nick coward over having a baby and ditch Judy on the fly or cheated on her. He's been loyal and loving up until Judy literally hurt him to turn away. Sorry but you can't even realize the obvious and my argument is not about her abortion choice but how she poorly handled and thought this ordeal through. She can go ahead and abort to keep her promotion but in the end, her choice costs more than gaining. Therefore, Judy loses.

ugh, great...here come the pro-lifers. the people who will refuse to see reason and consider ANY valid argument or point that doesn't fit their "fuck the risks involved, everyone deserves a shot at life no matter what" line of thought.

Sicko said:
There's something about conseption and birth that I don't think a lot of pro-choicers understand or at least take into account. And that is that from the very moment that a sperm hits the egg and fertilizes it that thing is essencually alive. That "thing" known as a zygote is fromed when the male and female gametes meet exchanging DNA, and this Zygote is essencually alive.

i'm pro-choice and i DO understand that until the would-be infant has developed a brain and can be aware of the world around it (fetus stage if i'm not mistaken) it is not murder.

that is as far as i'm willing to talk to you people though because i know you'll NEVER even consider anything i say and only attack me in response. you pro-lifers are best avoided and ignored at best.

Sicko said:
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Roanoa said:
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i do have one question: how much do you 2 like kids? this too will probably prove my above point depending on the answer.

treos said:
"my body, my rules."

well, that is true...

If you and a significant other buy all of the ingredients to bake a cake together, it doesn't become yours because you supplied the pan. This is no different. The baby is both of theirs, regardless of who is giving birth.

Just because the mother gives birth, does NOT mean the father should be denied choice. If one parent wants the kid, the other should not be allowed to abort it, but the first should also not be forced to support it afterwards, REGARDLESS of which parent is which.

It is 100% the mother's choice. You can take the father's opinion into consideration but it is 100% the mother's choice at the end of it. She is the one having to go through the pregnancy and the birth, not the dad. Simple as that

shadycat said:
Oh look. Another mansplaining superstitious peasant who can't spell. Such a rarity on the internets. /s

I would appreciate if you'd not call me peasant please, it almost makes it seem as though you have superority complex. I was simply trying to put things in perspective according to her personal motto "to protect and serve" it's what made her recant her role as the face of the ZPD in the movie. I was simply building apon that by puting the issue against that motto. As for the whole misagynistic accusation I actually consider myself a feminist, feminism by it's tru defintion accoring to merriam-webster.com is the advocacy of women's rights on the basis of the equality of the sexes. I stand for equal rights for men and women. The problem that I have with abbortion is that the unborn child doesn't have of these rights and don't any say in their existance or their termination. Please understand when I say this I am all for the women's rights movement however abortion is an action that should be only used under the most dire circumstances.

Let's have a nice healthy debate no name calling no disrespect towards the other side. The point of these deep discussions is to have the willingness to hear out one another so that we can potentially learn from one another. Keep an open mind and an open heart even if you may not agree their oppinions that my friend is debate 101. So even iff we may not agree can we at least respect each other enough to not throw insults and or potentially hurtful personal comments please let's all keep this respectful ok?

anthro big_breasts black_and_white breasts buckteeth cake cleavage clothed clothing drugs ear_piercing eyelashes female food half-closed_eyes hat hladilnik mammal marijuana monochrome party_hat piercing rodent slightly_chubby smile smoke solo squirrel teeth

Rating: Safe
Score: 5
User: ROTHY
Date: May 24, 2017 ↑5 ♥7 C1 S

A Cake that bakes you

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Rating: Safe
Score: 5
User: Dragon_Deep
Date: May 24, 2017 ↑5 ♥17 C3 S

WOW!
Awesome!
Can we have some Foxy x Mangle (and if possible, Lolbit)
preferably foot related, but you're the artist!

Damn, those Eyes

Mr.Bootylover said:
WOW!
Awesome!
Can we have some Foxy x Mangle (and if possible, Lolbit)
preferably foot related, but you're the artist!

Only straight stuff, sorry!

2017 bat comic cover cover_page demon food fruit hi_res james_howard mammal melon patreon url watermelon

Rating: Safe
Score: -4
User: jameshoward
Date: May 22, 2017 ↓4 ♥12 C7 S
Date May 22, 2017 08:41 PM | User jameshoward | Rating Safe | Score -4

The_Flamingo_Trigger said:
Cute picture of a bat holding a watermelon: Nice

The word 'vore': Batten down the hatches it's time for the downvote storm

It's super cute.

Can't wait for it to get ruined.

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Kaiba
Member
1 day ago

>First time he's ever upfront about it being a vore comic

>Ends up not having vore

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H3xx
Member
1 day ago
5_fingers alcohol anthro barazoku beverage book brown_fur chair clothed clothing crossed_legs cup feline fully_clothed fur holding_book holding_cup holding_object humanoid_hands inner_ear_fluff inside looking_at_viewer male mammal muscular muscular_male orange_fur pants pink_nose raccoon21 shirt sitting solo tiger vest waistcoat white_fur wine wine_glass

Rating: Safe
Score: 10
User: Cat-in-Flight
Date: May 08, 2017

Well, Howard, At least you gave us a fair, clear, upfront warning. Anyone acting surprised is the victim of their own inattentiveness.

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prepare for the "oh no, this artist make good quality art, but not plot I like, so I must downvote it and ALWAYS complain about it" ...

-2

i walk a sinful road the only road i do not want to go

Finlly! someone heard my suggestion of tell us its going to be a vore comic so we dont go through reading it as innocent as a spring pup only to get vore and hated for not knowing it.

H3xx said:
Well, Howard, At least you gave us a fair, clear, upfront warning. Anyone acting surprised is the victim of their own inattentiveness.

For a change.

drakray said:
prepare for the "oh no, this artist make good quality art, but not plot I like, so I must downvote it and ALWAYS complain about it" ...

Well SURPRISE im not because a V bomb was not dropped on me half way through so im happy. people should not downvote stuff because they dont like the fetish. you dont like the fetish you just leave it. im so glad for example i could clearly make out the title from the thumbnail.

2017 anthro borba canine clothed clothing comic dialogue disney duo english_text female fox fur hawaiian_shirt hi_res judy_hopps lagomorph male mammal nick_wilde rabbit screentone shirt speech_bubble text zootopia

Rating: Safe
Score: 8
User: neo4812
Date: May 24, 2017 ↑8 ♥18 C28 S

This comic really touches a very difficult subject. Her concerns about her unborn child's and her own health are probably something that comes to every mother-to-be's mind at least once during pregnancy (at least the child's health). But to think that the risk is higher for her/them just because her child would be a predator-prey-hybrid when there are already healthy hybrids from other interspecies couples doesn't really make sense to me.
And of course, it's her carrying the child. But still, Nick is the father, and it's his child as well, so I understand that he wouldn't just nod his head in agreement, especially not after being so ecstatic over the prospect of becoming a father.
So, yes, I can understand Nick all too well when he wants to leave her. I can't claim to know exactly how he feels right now, but just imagining myself in a situation like this makes me feel depressed and almost ready to break down in tears or punch the next wall in anger.
Can I understand her point on the other hand? Barely. She's afraid, and I can feel with her on that account.
She also chooses her career over the possible family she could have with the mammal she loves, though. That notion I just can't grasp. Of course, she had been driven by her ambitions from the very beginning (as far as we know), but that somewhat seems over the top even for her. It seems weird that a bunny who is also very emotional, especially when it comes to a particular fox, just casts that opportunity away for a chance to reach for the next rung of the career ladder. But that might just be subjectivism on my part.

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Nyala said:
This comic really touches a very difficult subject. Her concerns about her unborn child's and her own health are probably something that comes to every mother-to-be's mind at least once during pregnancy (at least the child's health). But to think that the risk is higher for her/them just because her child would be a predator-prey-hybrid when there are already healthy hybrids from other interspecies couples doesn't really make sense to me.
And of course, it's her carrying the child. But still, Nick is the father, and it's his child as well, so I understand that he wouldn't just nod his head in agreement, especially not after being so ecstatic over the prospect of becoming a father.
So, yes, I can understand Nick all too well when he wants to leave her. I can't claim to know exactly how he feels right now, but just imagining myself in a situation like this makes me feel depressed and almost ready to break down in tears or punch the next wall in anger.
Can I understand her point on the other hand? Barely. She's afraid, and I can feel with her on that account.
She also chooses her career over the possible family she could have with the mammal she loves, though. That notion I just can't grasp. Of course, she had been driven by her ambitions from the very beginning (as far as we know), but that somewhat seems over the top even for her. It seems weird that a bunny who is also very emotional, especially when it comes to a particular fox, just casts that opportunity away for a chance to reach for the next rung of the career ladder. But that might just be subjectivism on my part.

I'm pro-choice but I have to side with Nick for those reasons.

Judy is being so out-of-character: there's no ways she'd ever be so ignorant to any changing of her desires of her career. Yes, I know her reasoning behind it, but to give away a family AND Nick from such a loving ideal by a loving person just makes her unlikable in this.

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The title is 'I Will Survive' Wonder what that means now. they survive without the child, without each other, the child will survive? Or this will come to some happy resolution we cant see yet and WE'LL all survive this comic.

CCoyote said:
I would be interested to hear an actual woman's perspective on this debate. I think any woman who's actually had children would disagree adamantly with the notion that they don't interfere greatly with career. I also notice everyone is focusing on the career argument and dismissing the stronger arguments Judy made about her health and the health of their offspring if the fetus is carried to term.

People are ignoring that argument because Judy hasn't even gone to a doctor to verify any of those fears.

Actions have consequences.

Action: Judy decides on her own to give up the very notion of having her own family to pursue a career, ignoring her boyfriend's thoughts, feelings, and opinions on the matter.
Consequence: Nick dumps her and walks out of her life, possibly forever.

Action: A person decides to become a Third-Wave Feminist, popularly known as a Feminazi by those who oppose their true views.
Consequence: The rest of the world comes to hate that individual.

Action: Stubborn outspoken individual who doesn't know when to keep his metaphorical mouth shut, ie me, continues to run said metaphorical mouth.
Consequence: Individual has a few brushes with the moderators and possibly gets banned.

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SteelWings said:
So many anti choice people here. It's rather saddening actully.

I'm pro-choice. Keeping the child is Nick's choice. Judy is taking that away from him.

To claim to be pro-choice and ignore the choice of one parent is hypocritical.