Winnie-the-Pooh is a classic children’s story that has taught lessons about friendship, bravery, and love to generations. A new book, “Brave Bunny: Rabbit’s Journey of Joy”, explores the theme of gender identity in Pooh’s Hundred Acre Woods.

In this story, Rabbit, who is a long-standing member of the Hundred Acre Woods family, discovers that he identifies as a girl, despite previously being known as a boy. The tale follows Rabbit’s journey of “self-acceptance and self-love” with the help of other Winnie-the-Poo characters such as Christopher Robin, Winnie-the-Pooh, Eeyore, and Piglet. Throughout the story, Christopher Robin discusses the concept of gender transition and highlights using correct pronouns, fostering an environment of understanding and acceptance of chosen gender identities.

This narrative reimagines the nostalgic childhood setting of Hundred Acre Woods in a way that is sure to be disturbing to many people.

Author Riley Skylar admits,

“This is the strength of Winnie-the-Pooh – a classic that continues to educate, resonate, and inspire generation after generation.”