‘Furries’ Harass Normal Kids at Middle School

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Libs say there’s no such thing as “furries,” conservatives just made them up to scare people.

Tell that to the folks at Eagle View Middle School in Mechanicsburg, central Pennsylvania. There, weird kids in animal costumes, or parts of animal costumes, harass normal kids in the halls (https://hbg100.com/2022/05/02/groups-of-furries-are-harassing-6th-grade-students-in-cumberland-valley-school-district/comment-page-1/). This involves students in the sixth and seventh grades.

One child complained about some furries following him down the hall and calling him “dumb straight white boy.” He didn’t get it: the furries were white kids, too. Maybe they objected to his not being visibly perverted. Or maybe there’s something wrong about being white.

Parents don’t like it, but so far “school officials” haven’t done anything to rein it in. Ya see, furries “identify as animals.” Therefore they have to be allowed to express their idiotic notion. Which is, of course, a notion easily demonstrated to be false.

If I had ever shown up to my sixth-grade classroom in a cat costume, Mr. Thomas would have send me home so fast, it would’ve stranded my shadow. But apparently at Eagle View every day is Halloween.

Hey! Wake up, everybody! This is what your school tax dollars are paying for. So if that’s what you want, brother, that’s what you’re getting.


3 comments on “‘Furries’ Harass Normal Kids at Middle School

  1. I think some students should show up in Thor costumes, complete with a sword (wooden), and start to do battle with the evil furries. If evil furries are allowed to express their idiotic notions, why can’t students who identify as Thor, who fights evil beings like the furries, be allowed to do so?

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