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Netflix Show Targeting Preschoolers Pushes Gender Ideology with ‘Nonbinary’ Character, Then Netflix Drops It

A since-sidelined animated Netflix show targeting preschoolers is drawing media attention over a character who comes out as “nonbinary” during an episode described by the show’s creator as a “roadmap for coming out.”

In the wake of the not-so-positive response, Netflix has canned the series, Daily Mail reported.

The scene in question came during a recently released episode of “Ridley Jones,” a kids’ series about a bison named “Winifred” who works up the courage to tell her grandmother, voiced by Cindi Lauper, that she feels “most myself” when she’s called “Fred.”

“Grandma doesn’t know I changed,” the young bison tells her grandmother, Grandma Dottie. “She still thinks I’m her granddaughter instead of her grandFred. … I do want to tell her.”

The bison went on to say she wants to go by the pronouns “they” and “them,” rather than “she” and “her.”

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