Westcott (http://fjwestcott.com/) make continuous lamps for home and for the studio. In Canada, they only sell continuous lights, or so they told me a couple of years ago when I was looking for strobes. In the US they sell strobes and continuous lights. Jim Schmelzer demonstrates the continuous lights at photo shows here. This is his web page: http://www.elitefoto.com/.
I have blue eyes and great night vision. Continuous lights, even the weaker home variety, are too bright, so I don’t like being in front of them. I have four that I use for some macro and product photos. When shooting people, I usually use strobes or Speedlites, when I need lights. Since Westcott don’t sell strobes here, I have Bowens, which I really like.
I don’t think using continuous lights makes you a faux, or that more fauxtographers use continuous lights, even. If you are shooting a wedding and the couple also has a videographer, you will be appreciated if you can make do with the video lights instead of messing up the video by using flash. News photographers take a lot of available light photos, I don’t think that makes them fauxtographers, either.