Woman against named cows in public schools

Apparently this woman was teased about resembling a cow during childhood and is out to protect children from the same embarrassment.

"That was my misunderstanding. Stephani was being used as an example: For example, if a cow named Stephani was being interpreted (to a school class) and there was a child in the class that shared the same name and the animal was doing certain bodily functions that could be embarrassing, the child of the same name could be teased."

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