Alden-Conger Public School: 'Furry' teacher brags about threesomes, speaks positively about incest

The unnamed teacher in the Alden-Conger Public School District also spoke positively about incest and assigned pornographic material as schoolwork


                            Alden-Conger Public School: 'Furry' teacher brags about threesomes, speaks positively about incest
Stock image of school teacher teaching students in class (Klaus Vedfelt/ Getty Images)
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One of Minnesota’s Alden-Conger Public School District teachers has reportedly told her class that she identifies as a “furry,” and bragged to her students about having threesomes with her husband and another woman. She also spoke positively about incest and assigned pornographic material as schoolwork. 

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For people who are unaware, a furry is a person who derives pleasure from dressing up as an anthropomorphic animal. Furries often dress up as their animal personas and have sex with one another. The unidentified teacher in the Alden-Conger Public School District who reportedly discusses her furry identity in class, filled with students aged between 14 and 16, also shared the “details of her sexual life … her three-way sexual relationship with her husband and a lesbian companion” and discussed “incest in an approving way" with the same group. 

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Julie Quist, board chair of the Child Protection League, a Minnesota nonprofit dedicated to protecting children from exploitation, indoctrination, and violence, has leveled these allegations against the teacher. Rep Peggy Bennett (R-MN) was the one who informed Quist’s organization of the teacher after the lawmaker learned it directly from concerned parents. “The parents came to her [Bennett] because they’re in her district … [then] she contacted me,” Quist told Alpha News.

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The teacher in question had allegedly assigned a couple of poems to her young students, copies of which were shared by Quist after she obtained them from the parents. The first piece was titled “Lure,” which was a disturbing firsthand account of a three-year-old girl as she is molested by her 79-year-old grandfather.

The second one was called “Lisp,” where a homosexual boy recalled the experiences of reconciling his sexuality with the world around him. The poet in the second work, Sam Sax, “is a queer, Jewish writer and educator” who won the National Poetry Series. Sax has also written on political themes, like his opposition to President Donald Trump. His main body of work, however, concerns sexuality.

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Quist's letter to Superintendent Brian Shanks

“A teacher who operates in this manner should be fired,” Quist says in a letter sent to Alden-Conger Superintendent Brian Shanks. “The actions of this teacher are deeply disturbing. They violate and disrespect her students, creating an intimidating, hostile and offensive educational environment. They are an assault on the personal integrity of each minor student and on the spiritual and cultural mores of their families and community."

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Quist also blasted the superintendent himself. “You are knowingly exposing your students to an unsafe environment, and each of you is accountable for that. This situation will not be swept under the rug,” she wrote. Quist also added that the teacher might feel she can do anything she wants when her superiors and the public don’t speak up. “When you speak out, then you understand how important it is,” she said. “If nobody speaks out people think it’s not that big of a deal … being vocal, being public. Being willing to take the swings picks peoples’ conscience and they understand their children are at risk … the children are the ones who are upset in all this.”

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