Warren Zevon's Werewolves of London, released in 1978, has become a rallying cry and banner for the Inhuman Rights Movement. Many prominent Inhumans remark about hearing it for the first time and finding strength in the song.
What many don't know is that the song was partially inspired by Larry Talbot, Warren's roommate when he moved to Los Angeles. Larry was from Whales and hoped to find a fresh start and more excepting attitude toward his therianthropy.
Apparently, Larry would talk about Inhuman life in the United Kingdom and his time with a therianthrope Pack in London's Soho neighborhood.