Things are like Twilight Zone!
Only a couple of days ago, we shared the story of a substitute teacher who went online to say she got fired for refusing to ‘’meow’’ back to the children who identified as a cat.
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I just found out this is a thing! WTF is wrong with parents these days? So they let their kids use the litter box at home? Parents and teachers are always bitching about bullying in schools well Im sure this will help! pic.twitter.com/7o4QMwTwzu.
— Tawni (@geared4dyslexia) January 21, 2022
The story has been upgraded with another woman, a parent addressing a school board. The woman shared that boxes were installed in her children’s school.
RAW Story reported:
According to the Morning Sun, a “furry” is “someone who role-plays or identifies as an animal, or an animal character with human-like characteristics.”
This is the woman’s presentation here:
At a Midland public schools meeting, a parent brings up “furries,” saying she “heard” at least one school in the district is providing a litter box for kids that identify as cats. The parent goes on to suggest this is part of a larger “agenda” nationwide. pic.twitter.com/fNxye7LPBL
— Left of Center MI (@leftofcentermi) January 20, 2022
Watch this Rumble video:
Morning Sun reported:
Midland Public Schools Superintendent Michael E. Sharrow took to Facebook Thursday, addressing false rumors that litter box accommodations were being made for students who identify as “furries.”
“It is unconscionable that this afternoon I am sending this communication,” Sharrow wrote. “However, our Midland PS stakeholders may be confused about a false message/accusation that has resurfaced this week and is gaining traction in the social media realm.”
According to Sharrow, a rumor has spread “that litter boxes were provided within MPS student restrooms for those who identify themselves as ‘furries.’”
“Let me be clear in this communication. There is no truth whatsoever to the this false statement / accusation! There have never been litter boxes within MPS schools.”
Sharrow continued, “It is a source of disappointment that I felt the necessity to communicate this message to you.”
Michigan Live also covered this story:
With a particularly noisome rumor making its rounds online, Midland Public Schools is allaying parents’ fears — no, there are not cat litter boxes set up for their students to relieve themselves in.
On Thursday, Jan. 20, Superintendent Michael E. Sharrow sent an email to students’ parents dispelling a rumor of litter boxes being placed in the schools for students who identify as “furries.”
“It is unconscionable that this afternoon I am sending this communication,” Sharrow wrote, “however, our Midland PS stakeholders may be confused about a false message/accusation that has resurfaced this week and is gaining traction in the social media realm.”
During a Dec. 20 meeting of the Board of Education, a community member stated litter boxes had been provided within students’ restrooms, Sharrow wrote.
“Let me be clear in this communication,” Sharrow wrote. “There is no truth whatsoever to this false statement/accusation! There have never been litter boxes within MPS schools.”
Video footage from the Dec. 20 Board of Education meeting shows attendee Lisa Hansen broaching the subject.
“I’m still wrapping my brain around this a little bit, but yesterday I heard something and I was stunned and today I’m equally stunned and a little bit upset,” Hansen began. “Well, not a little bit upset, a lot a bit upset, furious. I would use that word.”
Hansen said she heard students who identify as cats are allowed to use a litter box in at least one school’s unisex restroom.
“I am really disturbed by that,” she said. “I will do some more investigation on that. I know it’s going on nationwide. I know it is. It’s part of the agenda that’s being pushed. I don’t even want to understand it.”