Sex Ed Curriculum Encourages Kids to Identify as ‘Gender Fluid Muffins’

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Children as young as seven can identify as “mixed berry gender fluid muffins,” according to a United Kingdom sex education pamphlet obtained by The Telegraph.

In the 170-page guide promoted to schools by the Welsh government, teachers play a game with kids to show them how sex is not just “male” and female,” LBC reports.

Ben Deeter and Todd Starnes discussed the strange phenomenon on “Wake Up Memphis.”

“You cannot assume someone’s gender by how they look,” Starnes pointed out.

Teachers are instructed to make blueberry muffins, raspberry muffins and mixed berry muffins to represent different genders.

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“I’m going with a full rack of ribs at Central BBQ, dry rub,” Starnes said.

Deeter added that he would identify as “queso.”

Listen to the full segment below:

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