This week, The F Plus develops a clothes-wearing fetish.
"I wouldn't want to flatter myself by saying intellectual people enjoy these kinds of mental fantasy postulates," says Riggs, who authored a book called in his free time.
Furries are hard to define, he says, but they are known for being techies - even if the converse isn't always true.
On the way back from a popular Palo Alto coffee house, Adam Riggs - also known as Nicodemus - stops at his car to show off a new raccoon suit.
Sporting a furry blue headpiece, the Silicon Valley computer programmer begins to wave like an amusement park mascot.
As of May 2016, lists over 71,000 users, and more than 13,000 personal advertisements.
Advertisements are sorted by location, gender (male, female, and transgender), species, age, and type of relationship sought (friends, activity partners, short or long term, or for casual sex).Long considered the technology capital of the world, Silicon Valley is reportedly home to the world's largest furry population.In the four years that we've been cataloging the stranger parts of the Internet in podcast form, we've been asked why we've never done anything with furries.The issue mainly relies on the expansiveness of this subject - with the sheer amount of furries and furry-related shenanigans on the internet, along with the fact that most internet-savvy people at least have some passing knowledge of what a furry is, we need to be selective in our focus. Org - a furry dating website similar to ok Cupid, but with far more use of the term "diaperfur"."My first costume was a fluffy rat with large eyes and a pair of headphones," says Riggs.A panda suit came next, followed by a mouse jester. By day Riggs cranks out code from the headquarters of a large Silicon Valley-based tech company, but by night he's an animal - even if just a stuffed one.