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‘Furry’ couple is arrested ‘for having sex with a 15-year-old boy’

‘Furry’ couple are arrested for ‘having sex with a 15-year-old boy they met playing Dungeons and Dragons online and treating him like a pet goat’ after his father discovered their sordid Facebook messages

  • Emily Javins, 22, and Jacob Becker, 26, charged with corruption of a minor 
  • Pennsylvania pair involved in  furry fandom are accused of having sex with a boy from the time he was 15 
  • Victim said Javins is a ‘furry’ who takes on the persona of a cat, and he would take on the persona of a goat during their encounters
  • Furries are people who dress up as animals and identify as the chosen animal, often as a sexual fetish 
  • Becker admitted to engaging in ‘pet training’ with the teen, which entailed putting him on a leash and having him eat cheesecake out of a bowl

A Pennsylvania couple involved in the ‘furry fandom’ community have been accused of having sex with a teenage boy they met playing Dungeons and Dragons beginning when he was just 15 years old.

Emily Javins, 22, and her boyfriend, Jacob Becker, 26, of Penn Township, were arrested on charges of corruption a minor on Saturday, after the alleged victim’s father discovered sexually explicit messages from the pair on his son’s Facebook Messenger

The boy, now aged 16, told police that Javins is a ‘furry’ who takes on the persona of a cat.

Jacob Becker, 26

Fur real: Couple Emily Javins, 22, and Jacob Becker, 26, have been charged with corruption of a minor for allegedly having ‘furry’ sex with a 15-year-old boy

Javins allegedly had sex with the minor just before his 16th birthday.

Javins and her boyfriend allegedly offered to adopt the boy as a pet

Javins allegedly had sex with the minor just before his 16th birthday. Javins and her boyfriend allegedly offered to adopt the boy as a pet

WHAT ARE FURRIES? HOW PEOPLE CREATE ‘FURSONAS’ IN THE ANIMAL COSTUME COMMUNITY

Furries are people who dress up as animals and identify as the chosen animal, often as a sexual fetish.

Furry fandom encompasses much more than just the ‘therians’ – or, people who feel as though they’re spiritually connected to animals, according to FurScience. 

Furries represent fans of media featuring anthropomorphic animals, and may include artists, writers, gamers, and role players.

Most create a ‘fursona,’ or anthropomorphized animal character for themselves, to interact with the community. 

The demographics: More than 75% of furries are younger than 25 

About 84% identify as male, while 13% are female, and 2.5% are transgender Most furries (83.2%) are white 

About one-third identify as ‘exclusively heterosexual,’ but research has shown furries ‘are about five times more likely to identify as exclusively homosexual than the general population’

Furries are people who dress up as animals and identify as the chosen animal, often as a sexual fetish. 

During his alleged encounters with Javins and Becker, the teen said he would take on the persona of a goat.

According to court documents cited by York Daily Record, Javins told investigators that she met the victim during a game of Dungeons and Dragons when he was 15 years old.

Just before the boy’s 16th birthday, Javins said Becker instructed her to sit in his lap and kiss him. The following day, Javins said she had sex with the juvenile, and then Becker engaged in sexual acts with him.

The court papers allege that the pair swapped nude photos with the minor via Facebook Messenger, invited him to move in with them and offered to adopt him as a ‘pet.’

When questioned by police, Becker admitted to engaging in ‘racy role play’ with the teen that he characterized as ‘pet training,’ which entailed putting the child on a leash and having him eat a piece of birthday cheesecake out of a bowl.

The 26-year-old man also allegedly confessed to sending the juvenile naked photos and videos.

Becker and Javins are currently being held in jail on $20,000 bond each.

The pair are part of the ‘furry fandom’ community, where Javins takes on the persona of a cat

The pair are part of the ‘furry fandom’ community, where Javins takes on the persona of a cat

 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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