You do have to filter through a lot of...bad stuff... to find any non suggestive Fur, unless you know where to look. I guess that kind of protects the fur community in a way, though, so places with clean fur are more peaceful and tolerant. But it also makes the furry community look like a group of really messed up people to outsiders. Anyone else got thoughts on this?
People have a tendency of looking at anything different that they're not into as "messed up". From tattoos to comics/games to non-straight sexual orientations (and plenty more), these things were, at least originally seen as messed up, and in some cases even got defined as medical dysfunctions. But even today, you'll still find people who think people who are simply different are "messed up", and need to be cured and/or shunned.
I'm also not sure it's true that places with "clean fur" are "more peaceful and tolerant". Or rather, it's not more peaceful and tolerant because it only allows clean stuff. Such places generally have and enforce stricter guidelines, so are actually less
tolerant to what they don't approve of, and don't have as large an audience. This is an important point because I find that humanity, in general, tends to get rougher edges the more people you get to interact with each other, so the smaller your community, the easier it is to weed out those with undesirable behaviors. This is not exclusive to the furry fandom.