This petition was submitted during the 2010–2015 Conservative – Liberal Democrat coalition government
Rejected petition Furry as a known race/religion
To give furrys the right to be seen as an individual race and or religion. This would protect furrys from discrimination of both a racial and religious basis. To give the legal right to show there inner self (fursona) by either dressing up in a fur suit or just a collar. This would also give furrys the rights to wear a collar or item with there fursona name on it in the workplace (where pheasable). To be accepted for who we are not for what we are. (to walk around in public and not get harassed for being different)
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