Oklahoma lawmaker's new bill would require students dressed as furries to be removed by animal control
Β· Jan 18, 2024 Β· NottheBee.com

Dressing up like anthropomorphic animal characters has become quite the trend these days, and there are quite a few reports of kids showing up for class looking like a Disney mascot.

While the Left has repeatedly latched onto the false report of litter boxes being provided for students dressed like cats to downplay the phenomenon, there's no question that some kids are showing up to school dressed as animals, and that it is disruptive.

Because of that Oklahoma Representative Justin Humphrey filed House Bill 3084, which would ban furries from Oklahoma schools.

If a kid comes to school or a school event dressed like a furry, then their parents will be contacted to take them home.

But the best part of the bill is what happens if the parents or guardians cannot be reached.

Check it out:

Students who purport to be an imaginary animal or animal species, or who engage in anthropomorphic behavior commonly referred to as furries at school shall not be allowed to participate in school curriculum or activities. The parent or guardian of a student in violation of this section shall pick the student up from the school, or animal control services shall be contacted to remove the student.

Calling animal services on a furry!

Well played Representative Humphrey. Well, played.

Here's to more common sense legislation like this.

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