Fur Real? Boston College Professor Assigns Students to Develop Own 'Fursonas,' Furries Invade Class

Nick Kangadis | March 3, 2023
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Apparently, if you’re a confirmed pervert, weirdo or otherwise strange person the American university system is the place for you to let your freak flag fly. Listen, what you do in the privacy of your own home, bedroom or any other private establishment is your business. But when your preferred, unnatural behavior leaks into the public sphere, you should have to adhere to a certain level of public discord.

Anything goes nowadays, except telling the truth, so that’s how we get to where we are today.

A Boston College associate professor, Christopher Polt, recently assigned students to make their own “fursonas,” while hosting fetishists called furries to engage in his class as visitors.

Oh, by the way, Polt has tenure.

Related: Ronnie the Rapping Rat Goes to City Hall to Raise Furry Awareness

According to Fox News, now private tweets displayed the “furries” in Polt’s class, which is ironically called “Beast Literature.” (Note: for images of the tweets, as well as the class, use the Fox News link.)

According to furscience.com:

The term furry describes a diverse community of fans, artists, writers, gamers, and role players. Most furries create for themselves an anthropomorphized animal character (fursona) with whom they identify and can function as an avatar within the community. Some furries wear elaborate costumes (called fursuits) or paraphernalia such as animal ears or tails, or represent themselves as anthropomorphic animals in online communities such as Second Life.

Also, some people just like to get down and do the nasty with other delusional human animals.

Just file this one under, ‘What the hell is even that?’


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