The Blaze News reports that Netflix’s “Ridley Jones,” is pushing concepts about gender ideology onto children. The show is about an animated bison named “Winifred” who is uncertain about speaking with her grandma about letting her know that she “feels most like herself” when he goes by the name “Fred.” Worse yet, this show is targeted at children between ages 2 to 4 years of age. t seems like even children’s programming will not be safe for those who don’t want their children exposed to liberal ideology. The bison who wishes to go by the name Fred says: “Grandma doesn’t know I changed. She still thinks I’m her granddaughter instead of her grandFred … I do want to tell her,”. Fred then “comes out to her grandma and is then referred to by gender-neutral pronouns such as “they” and “them.” Fred explains, "My heart says that the way I feel most myself is to go by the name ‘Fred.’ That’s because I’m non-binary, and Fred is the name that fits me best. And I also use ‘they’ and ‘them,’ because calling me a ‘she’ or a ‘he’ doesn’t feel right to me.” [tweet_embed]March 18, 2023[/tweet_embed] Grandma Dottie apologizes for using the wrong words and pronouns in the past and thanks Fred for sharing what they want to be referred to. The Blaze News reports that a viral clip of the show is floating around on social media right now, and it has drawn much criticism from people on the Internet. They insist that Netflix is trying to push gender ideology in this programming. Libs of TikTok tweeted the clip and stated: “An actual kid’s show on Netflix. They’re coming for your kids.” One Twitter user said: “If you’re not curating what your kids are watching,” and “you’d better keep your fingers crossed real tight.” There were many calls on social media for people to cancel their Netflix subscriptions over this latest breach of parents’ ability to teach their children the kind of values that they want to teach them. The show’s creator, Chris Nee, posted on social media that the episode was a “roadmap for children coming out.” Nee wrote: “I realize in this day and age dumped means many things. Just zero promotion of the episode. So go watch it. Show your kids. It’s on Netflix. It’s important. It’s a a roadmap for coming out but also for having someone else tell you they’ve changed their pronouns and/or name.” Therefore, it seems clear that Nee is not phased by the idea of people calling him out for pushing gender ideology in his children’s show.