WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — REAL News Central Indiana has learned Purdue University has a sanctioned “Furry” sex fetish club for people who identify as a particular animal. The club is called “Furdue” and is led by a professor in the University’s School of Hospitality and Tourism Management named Kristofer Chang Alexander.
“Furdue is a (sic) LGBTQ+ affiliated club that offers a safe space for Purdue furries or anyone who enjoys a welcoming and creative environment!” an online flyer for the club reads.
According to the Purdue University website, “The furry community is a group with a shared passion for anthropomorphic animals: animal characters with human characteristics. The main purpose of Furdue is to connect students, who appreciate or are involved in this community while otherwise having a space for those who wish to become involved. This organization will serve as a safe environment for the formation of these connections and as a place to hold activities related to the furry fandom. Furdue prides itself as a place where all are welcome. We hold inclusivity, diversity, and creativity as our core values, and all organizational activities are created with these values in mind.”
RNCI reached out to Chang Alexander for comment regarding the club and what kind of public funding it may receive. As of publication, he has not responded.
Chang Alexander has been featured in literature from an LGBTQ indoctrination organization located in Scotland known as TIE (Time for Inclusive Education) that has worked to push the LGBTQ agenda into primary education through university.
It appears the beginnings of the club can be traced back to 2018 with a callout for people to join the Purdue Anthropomorphic Animal Club. It has since evolved into simply being called “Furdue”.
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