Rockstar Paul Stanley Takes a Stand Against Dangerous Trend of Teaching Gender Identity to Young Children
Rockstar Paul Stanley has recently shared his thoughts on Twitter regarding teaching gender identity and sexuality to children at a young age. In his opinion, this practice can be dangerous and confusing for kids, and he thinks it’s a problem that must be addressed.
Stanley wrote on Sunday, “There is a BIG difference between teaching acceptance and normalizing and even encouraging participation in a lifestyle that confuses young children into questioning their sexual identity as though some sort of game and then parents in some cases allow it.”
He said that while some adults may choose to undergo reassignment surgery, teaching gender identity and encouraging it as a “natural alternative” is not appropriate for children. Stanley believes parents should not lead children down a path that could take them far from childhood innocence.
According to Stanley, it was using pronouns and encouraging children to identify as something other than their biological gender could confuse children who have no real sense of sexuality or sexual experience.
He worries that this confusion is being turned into a dangerous fad and that it is important to distinguish between teaching acceptance and normalizing something that can be harmful to children.
Stanley’s comments have elicited a mixed response from the public, with some praising him for his stance while others have criticized him. Some have pointed out the irony in Stanley’s comments, given that KISS has long embraced a drag-friendly image.
Regardless of the reaction, Stanley’s opinion will likely add to the ongoing debate about how best to approach gender identity and sexuality with children.
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