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Thursday, December 01, 2022

Australia. The girl who identifies as a cat and supports her “animal behavior” at school

There are situations where reality is stranger than fiction. this time it was a teenager Melbourne, AustraliaWho broke the boundaries of nature by deciding to identify as a cat.

How “unprecedentedly gifted” is defined as an Australian minor who, in addition to the support of his parents in his self-discovery process, has received full support from the educational institution to which he belongs, according to a report According to ‘The Herald Sun’.

According to the newspaper located in MelbourneThe private school agreed to guide the young woman with her animal behavior, until the latter became a source of distraction for her classmates.

A source close to the eighth grade student’s family has announced to Australian media that, despite the fact that it is an unusual situation, the student is openly accepted by her social circle and even by school boards. has gone.

“There seems to be no protocol for students to identify themselves as animals, but the approach is that if it doesn’t disrupt school, everyone supports them,” he said.

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“The behavior is returning to normal. Now there are more and more people who identify themselves as whatever they want, even as ‘cute'”, he said.

Although the educational institution has not ruled on this particular case, nor has it confirmed the presence of a minor in the school, it has noted a variety of psychological problems faced by its students, making it clear that each The focus of the case is “always unique to the student” and therefore, professional advice and wellness stand as its main objectives.

another such case

Although exotic, this would not be the first or only case in which minors resort to animal behavior to interact with others. Dogs, foxes and cats are some of the animals that Australian girls have decided to identify with.

One of these happened right in Melbourne, when a group of students from an elite private school started walking around and piercing their tails, imitating foxes and cats.

However, their animal behavior did not stop there, as students were also caught licking the backs of their hands with their mouths in an attempt to groom themselves.
When one girl went to sit at the free desk, the other girl yelled at her and said she was sitting on her butt; This kid’s uniform has a slit where the tail is clearly”, was one of the comments expressed by one of the parents concerned on the Australian medium ‘Courier Mail’.

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In Michigan, in the United States, a school was forced to refute claims that it had “installed litter boxes for children who identify themselves as cats”.

Students’ animal behavior has been linked to a ‘cute’ subculture, in which people are interested in creatures with human appearance and animal characteristics.

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*Grupo de Diarios Americas (GDA), to which it belongs UniversalFounded in 1991 is a leading media network that promotes democratic values, a free press and freedom of expression in Latin America through quality journalism to our audiences.

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