Kiss’ Paul Stanley Blasts ‘Unhappy And Harmful Fad’ Of Transgenderism

Paul Stanley, guitarist and lead vocalist of the rock band Kiss, blasted mother and father Sunday who support their youngsters in intercourse change operations.

“There’s a BIG distinction between educating acceptance and normalizing and even encouraging participation in a life-style that confuses younger youngsters into questioning their sexual identification as if some type of sport after which mother and father in some instances permit it,” Stanley wrote on Twitter.

“There ARE people who as adults could resolve reassignment is their wanted alternative however turning this right into a sport or mother and father normalizing it as some type of pure different or believing that as a result of a bit of boy likes to play costume up in his sister’s garments or a woman in her brother’s, we must always lead them steps additional down a path that’s removed from the innocence of what they’re doing,” he continued.

Stanley stated there’s a distinction between educating acceptance to youngsters and transitioning them. (RELATED: Center College Scholar Claims He Was Despatched Residence After Carrying ‘There Are Solely Two Genders’ Shirt)

“With many youngsters who don’t have any actual sense of sexuality or sexual experiences caught up within the ‘enjoyable’ of utilizing pronouns and saying what they establish as, some adults mistakenly confuse educating acceptance with normalizing and inspiring a state of affairs that has been a battle for these really affected and have turned it into a tragic and harmful fad,” he wrote.

Stanley in 2016 criticized San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick whereas performing the “Star Spangled Banner” throughout a live performance in Massachusetts.

“In case you didn’t know this tour known as the ‘Freedom to Rock Tour,’” Stanley stated. “Plenty of instances folks which can be born free assume that freedom is free and it’s not.”

“So, to point out some respect between pick-throwing, we’re going to place our proper palms over our hearts and why don’t we are saying the Pledge of Allegiance.”

Stanley in 2020 criticized Republican lawmakers who “cower earlier than” Donald Trump.

“Their silence IS a alternative & not sharing their opinion IS a coward’s means out. It feeds the distrust that eats on the core of this nation I really like,” Stanley tweeted.