Cougar Mascot Banned 'too offensive to women'

A student selected school mascot was rejected by a middle aged principle in The Canyons School District in Draper, UT.

Principal Mary Bailey overrode student's top choice in selecting a 'cougar' mascot because she says the symbol of the mountain cat carries an ugly connotation toward women.

The urban dictionary defines a 'cougar' as a middle-aged female sex predator preying on and dominating young males for fun and frolic.

As principal, Ms. Bailey would be best advised to focus on preventing students from having sex in the bathrooms and keeping child molesters off the faculty instead of protecting tawdry and unsavory women who may happen to also be around her age.

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