KILLECHASSIE, SCOTLAND - J.K. Rowling has released a controversial new entry in the Harry Potter series, Harry Potter and the Basic Biology Class. The book details one of the earlier years of Harry Potter at Hogwarts in which he had to take a course on basic biology for Muggles.
"I warn you," said Rubeus Hagrid, who was roped into teaching the course, "this lesson has driven many to madness." Hagrid then went on to teach the children about sex chromosomes and how whether someone is a man or woman is programmed into every cell of their DNA.
"This is worse than The Cruciatus Curse!" screamed Padma Patil during the lesson.
Harry, though, was confused by the reaction to the class. "I learned all of this years ago," Harry said during the class. "Why are you all reacting this way to it?"
Harry was then called a "TERF" by Draco Malfoy, a term Harry was unfamiliar with, though he figured it was another wizard slur like "mudblood."
The book Harry Potter and the Basic Biology Class is already completely sold out of its first printing, mainly to stock book burnings.