'Furries Vs. Pet Play' - California university celebrates 'Gaypril' with young, impressionable students
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California State University San Marcos has been holding "Gaypril" celebrations in honor of the LGBTQA community, but this year they may be taking things too far.
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Cal State San Marcos offers courses on animal-based sex fetishes.
LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) - This year Cal State San Marcos will be holding an event called "Furries Vs. Pet Play" during the month of "Gaypril."
This disgusting celebration is not a joke.
According to the school's website, there will be a 50-minute discussion on April 25 to distinguish the differences between those who sexually identify as "Furries," and those who engage in "Pet Play."
The site asks, "How much do you know about these two groups? Do you know that they are two different fish in a pond[?] Come find out why in this weekday discussion."
So what's the difference? A furry is someone who dresses up like an animal. They don full-body costumes and hide their identities behind the persona of an animal. Not all Furries are sexual with their alter egos but many are.
Pet Play refers to a person pretending to be an animal who is submissive to another person who engages in dominant animal-like behaviors.
Both are obviously mental conditions and the people who engage in that behavior need help to distinguish their true, human, identities.
According to the school, Gaypril is a time to "celebrate the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning and ally (LGBTQA+) community through a series of events that will include lectures, discussions, art collaborations and a pride festival."
It further explains LGBT Pride Month will be celebrated in June in honor of the 1969 Stonewall riots in Manhattan, where "a tipping point for the Gay Liberation Movement in the United States."
Other events include "The Mystery of Love and sex," a Pride Walk, a screening of ABC's "LGBTQ: Queer People of Color," "Pridefully Political," a screening of "Yeah Maybe No," and a series of other screenings, discussions and lectures.
While it is important to respect our differences, a place of higher education should not be perverted into a center for the promotion of sexual fetishes.
Public schools are now so concerned with normalizing the abnormal and amoral that they are encouraging impressionable young adults, who are still maturing and understanding their roles in society, the family and, in a greater sense, the world, to consider every walk of life - including pretending to have sex with animals.
This is exactly why a moral, Catholic education is so important.
California State University of San Marcos has been offering "Gaypril" celebrations every year.
God is no longer allowed in public schools, and hasn't been for quite some time. Now look at the world and the absurdities.
School shootings, inappropriate teacher-student relationships, immoral courses and now an entire month dedicated to the promotion of sinful living.
No Catholic school would ever allow a discussion, much less a lecture, on normalizing disordered appetites or other immoral acts.
It is our job as Christians to ensure future generations know and understand God has a plan for them. This is why public schools are trying so hard to help kids understand who they are - it's because without God, they have a bottomless hole nothing else can ever fill.
God wants us all to live well and to walk beside him on the path of righteousness - but how will today's kids ever know what God's plan is if they are under the influence of a secular education and godless teachings?
The darkness surrounding Cal State San Marcos will spread into future generations and it is our place to encourage today's youth to stop jumping on bandwagons, stop questioning whether being heterosexual is okay and to promote morality.
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