Melbourne Schoolgirl thinks she is a cat: School just goes with it


Seriously, nuke Melbourne:

A private school in Melbourne is reportedly supporting a year eight, non-verbal student in identifying as a cat.

Note that you cannot escape the madness by spurning the public system and going private. Woke is universal in Melbourne.

The Herald Sun reports the “phenomenally bright” child has been allowed to assume the identity, with the behaviour linked to the ‘furries’ subculture that has been adopted by some teen circles.

“No one seems to have a protocol for students identifying as animals, but the approach has been that if it doesn’t disrupt the school, everyone is being supportive,” said a source close the family.

Before the poo marriage vote I had a conversation with a homosexual who was incensed that Cory Bernardi had suggested that the next frontier would be sex with animals. He went on and on about how it was so intolerant.


“The behaviour is being normalised. Now more and more people are identifying as whatever they want to identify with, including ‘furries’.”

Although the school didn’t confirm the girl’s attendance they said that their approach to mental health “is always unique to the student and will take into account professional advice and the wellbeing of the student”.

….some Gen Z teens have adopted the furries subculture, in which people anthropomorphise animals, and begin to give them human characteristics.

Well hey at least she’s not cutting her tits off, right?

I have this conspiracy theory that globohomo figured out the only way to destroy great satire was to make the news so insane that satire would become pointless.

Boy, four, transitioning to dinosaur

You can’t subtly undermine The Narrative when it is already bonkers.

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David has studied history and political science at Melbourne University. His thesis was written on how the utilisation of Missile Defence can help to achieve nuclear disarmament. His interest in history was piqued by playing a flight simulator computer game about the Battle of Britain, and he hopes to one day siphon the earnings from his political writings into funding the greatest prog-rock concept album the world has ever seen.