Texas Democrats unveil their “Fursonas” at Convention
Apparently, the pederasty industrial complex feels very safe in Texas.
Not only was the Texas Democrat Convention going on this last weekend, there was also a Furry Convention going on just 2 blocks north.
For those unaware, a furry is someone who likes to dress in animal costumes and pretend to be an animal. They often engage in sexually degenerate behavior in these costumes as seen in the below video.
The Dallas version looks something like this:
Furry Siesta was the name of the event. Many people are saying that the Democrat Party colluded with the Furry organizers in order to help make quorum for their failed convention. We have been unable to confirm these rumors.
What we did confirm is that the Furry Convention was far more populated, energetic, and people seemed to look like they were having a good time, at least from what we could tell in their fursuits. They also had mandatory mask requirements.
Being the Texas Newspaper of Record, we donned a face diaper, after not having worn one in what felt like years, and dove right into this convention of pure degeneracy.
People were mostly there networking or whatever it is that people do walking around with giant fur-suits in 100+ degree weather.
As we ventured further inside we found they had a room where they sold merchandise including art and tails and other furry related items.
Unfortunately, things took a dark, disgusting turn when we noticed all the porn for sale.
WARNING, GRAPHIC PHOTOS BELOW.
We then looked around and noticed there were quite a lot of underage children present.
While some of the furry porn merchandise was censored, a good chunk of it wasn’t. It was shocking seeing this being offered in front of children. Even more shocking knowing these children could not have driven themselves to this event, each one had a parent who brought them.
We reached out to hotel management where the event was held for comment. They responded that they weren’t aware of the porn being sold in a room with children. They said it was not something they approved and said they would be reaching out to the event staff.
These kinds of events where they put children into sexually charged environments, keep popping up in Texas. We’ve got to wonder how far things are going to keep being pushed.
We only hope our elected officials step up and do something about all of this.
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