The Continuing Story of Pet Goth Girl,Â Tasha Maltby
“I’m a pet,” says Maltby.
But she was angry when the Bus Company Treated as a PetÂ
What’s a Goth to do?Â
The story of another Brave Group–The Goths– “Who Only Just Want to Be Different”. And they are treated exactly that way, but decide to opt out for the easy living lifestyle of the “The Young and The Victimized”.
We wrote last week about a lonely boy and his pet Goth chick, whom he led around on a leash.
She got thrown off a bus in England and was upset about being treated like, well, a pet.
The pet Goth in question, 19-year-old Tasha Maltby, pictured above, has become quite strident about those who dare treat her like a pet.
“It is definitely discrimination, almost like a hate crime,” Maltby said recently about the bus episode.
So, she was treated like a pet. Pets aren’t allowed on the bus–unless they’re registered seeing eye dogs.
What does Maltby think about that?
“I am a pet, I generally act animal like and I lead a really easy life.”
When Maltby was told she wasn’t to be allowed on the bus on her leash, she acted in an almost animal-like way.
“I got a bit angry and called him a fascist pig.”
Ms. Maltby and her “owner” are both on welfare.John East, of Poole, England, after reading the story in the Daily Mail, asked a question likely to be on many a mind.
“Why are these two perfectly healthy looking people on benefits, they should both be working as according to our wonderful PM there are plenty of Employment opportunity’s available.”
We don’t want to get too far into the politics of the moment in England–that’s a job for the European Union, not us.
Why do the Goths feel like they are being mistreat?
Do they have a case?
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