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Hungry Like the Wolf

When I was a teacher for those seven years, I got to see the weird and stupid things that teens and children do on an industrial scale. We had one group of students who called themselves the “wolfpack.” They dressed with ears and tails and travelled the hallways of the school in a well, pack.

When one would howl, you would hear the rest of them howl in response, even when separated by an entire schoolyard.

When one of them was being bullied, the other members of the pack would rush to defend their mates. This was probably the most sane part of the entire thing.

They went to the school office and demanded to all be assigned to the same class schedule so they could remain with their packmates. The school denied the request.

I was reminded of that story when I read this article from the Daily Mail that I found because of wirecutter. The person in this article is obviously unhappy with himself. He first decided that he wasn’t a man and declared himself to be a woman. Even though the article keeps using the pronoun “she,” this nutbar is actually a man pretending to be a woman who thinks he is a wolf. Or something. Is that literally violence to refer to transspecies people as people? Or does that only apply to transgender? What pronoun does a wolf use? This shit literally gives me a headache.

At its core, trans anything is the manifestation of a mental illness. It is a psychosis that the psychology industry has decided is no longer a mental illness. From my favorite Christmas movie:

You believe yourself to be Judge Harper, yet no one questions your sanity because you are Judge Harper.

In this case, the loon appears not to be a danger to others. In that case, I don’t care if he believes himself to be a woman or a wolf. Just don’t ask me to play along with him.

On a side note: The only good version of Miracle on 34th Street is the 1947 version in black and white, starring Maureen O’Hara and Natalie Wood. The abomination that was the colorized version doesn’t count, nor does the 1994 remake

2 replies on “Hungry Like the Wolf”

Oh, great. Having seen the post’s title, I’m now going to have that one stanza running through my head the rest of the day.

The loon clearly needs help, not more people affirming his delusion.

Her name was Rio, and she identified as a river on the southern border of the US. But don’t ever tell her that her back is wet. That’d be racist. Or maybe homophobic. I don’t even know anymore.

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