Ever wondered which breakfast cereals would be queer? This TikTok has the answers.
The video from Jacob Ryan Carlew, a choir teacher with 2.2 million likes on his account @mrcarlew, shares a slideshow made by one of his students for an activity he calls "PowerPoint(less) Friday," where students are allowed to present on any topic they choose.
This student, Carlew shared, decided to assign sexualities to cereals, and the results are hysterical.
"I think that Froot Loops are gay obvy," the student declares.
Other exmaples include Fruity Pebbles, which are "gender queer they are just gender queer," as opposed to Marshmellow Fruity Pebbles, which are "lesbian and probably dating someone who is nonbinary."
Carlew added that while the PowerPoint was lighthearted and comedic, the student was also informative about different sexualities and their distinctions.
They wrote in one slide: "I think that crunch berrie is bicurious meaning they are experimenting with bisexuality."
After receiving 2.4 million views, a popularly demanded sequel was made by the same student.
As one TikTok user commented, "What this ACTUALLY tells me is how safe students feel in your classroom."
Another posted, "I'm not sure if this is a graded assignment but this kid gets a 100 percent so informative and entertaining."
Around the U.S. states have been restricting LGBTQ-related topics in the classroom, most notoriously the so-called "don't say gay" law in Florida, which limits classroom instruction on sexual orientation and gender identity.