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From America's Newspaper of Record - The Babylon Bee:

Puberty Blockers Now Available In Infant Formula
In response to an unprecedented avalanche of requests from 3 activists on Twitter, baby food manufacturers have finally announced they will be providing hormone-laced infant formula for transgender babies.

"It's never too early to transition," said gender scientist and part-time drag queen Esmeralda Sparklestar. "This will ensure parents can give their trans child the nutrition they need to start transitioning immediately."

"What is going on here? We can't do this!" said bigoted Senator Rand Paul, clearly intent on spoiling all the fun with all his phobias. He was quickly kicked off Twitter and Facebook before he could spread any more hate.

The formula will be offered with either estrogen or testosterone depending on which flavor the babies choose between them and their doctor.

Advocates hope this will be the first step towards the next goal: prenatal hormone injections for fetuses.

Getting a bit too close to the truth here.  They got the number of activists right too. Amazing how so few people can make so much noise and screw things up for the rest of us.

Title?  A variation on E. I. du Pont's marketing slogan.   DuPont is an interesting corporation - started in 1802 making gunpowder. They invented Teflon, Nylon, Kevlar, Nomex, Tyvek, Lycra and Freon (and this is a very short list).

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