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And to be fair, we remind readers who truly believe in "The Gender Unicorn" that the magical friend can still live on in their hearts despite skeptics.

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Olathe Public Schools responded to the assignment, saying it was "not appropriate" and that it is not part of the district's curriculum.

"While this worksheet was not appropriate in terms of the information requested, the district supports all students and strives to create inclusive environments where students can reach out to trusted adults for support," the district said in a statement.

The school says it's working with staff to make sure the worksheet is not used in any other classes.

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Olathe Public Schools responds to "gender unicorn" worksheet passed out in class

OLATHE, KS (KCTV) -- A worksheet in which students were asked to express who they're physically attracted to was handed out in an Olathe classroom this week. The worksheet, which Olathe Public Schools has asked students to not complete, was given out in a high school Human Growth and Development class.