For those who did not quite understand why otherwise normal human beings would want to live their lives as dogs and puppies, Portland State University has held a workshop.
As the Daily Caller explains, this form of puppy love is yet another fetish for those who have been sexually desensitized by living in our new American pornotopia:
Portland State University sponsored a workshop on the “human Puppy community” — a type of sexual fetish where people identify and live their lives as dogs.
Video of the event shows an instructor telling students never to pull the tail of a human puppy because “a lot of tails are butt plugs.”
The February workshop which was held as part of the taxpayer-funded university’s annual “Sex Week,” featured two men in BDSM-style canine outfits, walking around the room on their hands and knees, growling and sniffing each other’s rear ends while their “handler” explained the ins-and-outs of their relationship.
Puppies have a social organization, a status hierarchy, but are somewhat circumspect about opening their doors to people who want to be cats, pigs and rats:
That article described how “Pup Turbo” leads a “pack, whose hierarchy includes beta and omega pups, a barking order he keeps in place with a soft touch and familial nudge.” He identifies as “Pup Turbo” on his public Facebook page, which has more than 350 followers.
In the video, one student can be heard asking if its possible to live as a “kitty” rather than a puppy. The instructor answers yes, noting he met “a pig once,” and that there’s “a rat in Seattle.”