Hey all, Libs of Tik Tok is still going strong after being suspended a couple of times and “exposed” by the Washington Post’s Taylor Lorenz. That’s great news because she’s showing us what’s actually going on inside classrooms — the stuff the liberals are always insisting isn’t being taught.
This comes from Austin, Texas, and as we all know gubernatorial candidate Beto O’Rourke is a furry. We’ve had discussions on libraries holding Drag Queen Story Time for toddlers and determined that there’s nothing wrong with drag, but it’s adult entertainment — keep it in the nightclubs. Now, as part of Culture Month, second-grade students are learning about youth subcultures “from goths to furries.” They even get to create their own “fursona” (male, female, or non-binary) and complete a furry word search.
In case you didn’t learn this in your public school, the furry subculture is very much about sex and is not necessarily a “youth” subculture. If you want to know more, CNN did a piece called, “Inside the misunderstood culture of furries” in 2018. “Most feel like depictions of sexual fetishists wearing furry costumes and cavorting at wild parties are inaccurate and downright unfair, say experts, wrote Thom Patterson after consulting with furry “experts.”
— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) April 25, 2022
The fact that “non-binary” is even an option on kids’ schoolwork is atrocious, even without all this furry stuff.
— Balerion the Bread (@BalerionDaBread) April 25, 2022
It’s really on the handout: There are three checkboxes to describe your “fursona” — male, female, and non-binary.
Not surprising: the city’s unofficial slogan is literally “Keep Austin Weird”
— Chris Daniel (@texasdaniel) April 25, 2022
Is it just me, or is Austin, TX trying really hard to become the next Portland, OR? 🤔
— GessWho (@jasongesser) April 25, 2022
@BetoORourke must be so happy right now
— SaritaJuanaAbad (@saritajuanaabad) April 25, 2022
I think this is the end of family life in America, at least for a good % of the population. Kids are influenced by teachers and peers by the 2nd-3rd grade. How to preserve the most radical of institutions in America – the nuclear family when so many profit off its demise?
— SUlam (@SUlam00731161) April 25, 2022
As we’ve mentioned a million times, part of the Black Lives Matter mission statement is to “disrupt” the nuclear family.
Fursona? What? I don’t know about this world. Do I even want to go down the rabbit hole? pic.twitter.com/L1kn5yYTRh
— Alyson🌺🗽🇺🇸 (@MsAlyTweets) April 25, 2022
I’m a furry.
That being said, it’s not *all* about sex. But that is a big part of the sub-culture. It’s more about the fantasy.
That also being said, I don’t for an INSTANT want kids to be taught anything about it. Let them make up their own minds in their own time.
— Zucca Xerfantes (@ZuccaXerfantes) April 25, 2022
Can this be confirmed?
— Jennifer Simonson (@JenniSimonson) April 25, 2022
We don’t know, but Libs is pretty good at vetting her sources. Some are saying this is a hoax passed around at a furry convention, but still, that handout out Culture Month is pretty elaborate for a prank.
Politico’s piece on Robert Francis O’Rourke being ‘dogpiled’ with ‘Beto is a furry’ memes is working wonders https://t.co/txERdiit1P
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) October 15, 2019