You misunderstood my statement. I had a great time at Califur. But the executive staff sold out their attendees to promote their agenda.
I do not support her documentary because she has not made it clear to me what direction she is taking. She can make it, and I don't care. I do plan on sending her information about what I think she may be doing wrong.
I am not looking for 'furry acceptance'. I'm not looking to justify my hobbies to anyone. I am secure in what I like to do. It's not illegal, and it does not affect anyone in the real world. Why should I thrust my hobby in front of everyone's face and demand that they accept what I do?
If people want to get in front of a media camera and let them write up whatever they want, that's fine. It's their neck on the line. I'm saying that 'I' did not go to Califur for Califur to put 'my' neck on the line. If Califur wants to have a documentary made about Califur, that's fine. But leave 'me' out of it.
Califur staff did not inform anyone about the film crew, or the still yet unnamed photographer from an unknown publication which may end up being far worse than the documentary. I do not want someone else's words and viewpoint attached to a photograph of me or my character. I'm there to enjoy myself in the company of my friends, not to promote someone else's agenda.
The very fact that you have such an opposite viewpoint behooves me make it clear to all involved that I would not want my image associated with your viewpoint.