“Furries” a Stepping Stone to Bestiality?

by Don – (henrymakow.com) Dec 29, 2013

This Christmas, we had a guest, a relative who had been attending Augsberg College in Minneapolis. At dinner, she recounted a disturbing college experience.
Somehow she had been placed in a “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transsexual, Questioning, Other” – dormitory with genderless showers and toilet stalls without locks. Needless to say she was upset and had to endure two weeks at the dorm before being moved.
One group in particular disturbed her. Illustrated with photos from her phone, she told us about students who dressed up as animals. Not only in the dorm but also while attending class. Some of these students dressed in full dog costumes, slept on dog beds, and ate their meals on the floor from dog dishes.
They also wore dog collars with bone medallions around their necks to identify themselves when out of costume. Although she did not go into detail, some of these students also engage in deviant sexual behavior called “yiffing.”
When she tried to explain the situation to family back home, her grandmother told her not to be concerned because it was probably something related to the school’s team mascot.

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