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Originally posted by Ian McLean
reply to post by Lucid Lunacy
Motives for yiffing:
The most common reason for two furs to "yiff" is simply to relieve sexual pressure. Casual, monogamous and polygamous yiffing are all common. In most cases, it is done purely for pleasure, many times as part of a broader roleplay. Only in rare cases are more serious topics, such as breeding, involved.
Birth control is rarely involved in roleplay, and condoms are seldom seen since virtually all furs completely ignore the concept of sexually transmitted diseases in the context of cybersex. Those yiffing in RL are advised to read The Yiffy Guide to Safer Sex.
Champale was first produced by Champale, Inc. in 1960, operating out of the Lalor St Brewery in Trenton, New Jersey. The release was accompanied by print advertisements, chiefly depicting African Americans enjoying the beverage, with slogans such as "Live a little on very little", the drink was pitched as a 'poor man's champagne'. The beer's packaging and label resembled that of wine. The beverage's huge initial success has ensured the brand's continuity, and likely contributed to the current popularity of high-alcohol Malt Liquors. The brand has been passed along a succession of companies, most recently acquired by the G. Heileman Brewing Company in 1986. The G. Heileman Brewing Company has been since acquired by the Pabst Brewing Company, who currently produce the beer in a limited release across the United States.