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Letter: Why did The Forum fall for this story about furries in schools?

Smith writes, "Furries are not something 'people identify as.' It’s a game, a live-action role play. There is no such thing as making reasonable accommodations to be more inclusive, similar to all the new gender stuff."

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The Forum posted the most bizarre article Monday about furries in schools, and it is clear they did not do a shred of research about what a furry even is.

Furries are not something “people identify as.” It’s a game, a live-action role play. There is no such thing as making reasonable accommodations to be more inclusive, similar to all the new gender stuff. It is a completely separate thing.
It’s more in line with couples dressing up as a “sexy police officer” so they can play games in the bedroom. It’s a fetish, which may or may not be sexual.

That’s all furries are; that’s all they have ever been.
Why did The Forum write this article?

William Smith lives in Fargo.

This letter does not necessarily reflect the opinion of The Forum's editorial board nor Forum ownership.

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