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Kurt Coleman says transgender ideology shouldn't be pushed on kids

Gay influencer Kurt Coleman expressed his skepticism about children identifying as transgender or non-binary in an Instagram post this week

Gay influencer Kurt Coleman has expressed skepticism towards children identifying as transgender or non-binary.

In a message to his 103,000 followers, the 25-year-old said he had no problem with how people identify themselves but should be kept away from children.

“Be what you want, but don’t push it on the kids!” he wrote. “Let them grow up and choose what they want to be.”

Gay influencer Kurt Coleman expressed his skepticism about children identifying as transgender or non-binary in an Instagram post this week

Gay influencer Kurt Coleman expressed his skepticism about children identifying as transgender or non-binary in an Instagram post this week

The star admitted he experienced some gender confusion from an early age, but said he eventually got over it.

“I used to dress up as a girl for fun when I was little, but now I would never want to be a girl again,” he explained.

‘Imagine my parents and the school [started] preparing me to think I’m a girl based on how I dress,” he continued.

Kurt also said that kids “identifying as an animal” were “going too far” and that anyone who did that had “something really bad and needed help.”

In a message to his 103,000 followers, the 25-year-old said he had no problem with how people identify themselves but should be kept away from children.

In a message to his 103,000 followers, the 25-year-old said he had no problem with how people identify themselves but should be kept away from children.

The star has become increasingly outspoken about LGBT issues in recent months.

Last April, he said he rejected labels and “had no connection” to the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) community.

Speaking to his 100,000 Instagram followers, Kurt said he was happy to simply identify himself by name rather than using a particular tag.

He began his long monologue on gender and sexual identity by admitting that he had just discovered what the term “cisgender” meant.

In April, Kurt said he rejected labels and

In April, Kurt said he rejects labels and “has no connection” to the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) community.

“Cisgender” describes a person whose personal identity and gender match their sex at birth. It’s the opposite of transgender.

“It just means you’re basically the gender you were born with, but I don’t understand that. Wouldn’t you just call yourself male or female then?” Kurt asked.

‘[Labels are] complicate things for no reason… It’s fine if you need that, but I don’t know if you need that to explain yourself when there are already words. I just say what I think too, seeing as everyone is allowed,” he said.

He explained that although he is gay, he does not consider himself part of the wider LGBT community.

Speaking to his 100,000 Instagram followers in April, Kurt said he was happy to simply identify himself by name rather than using a particular tag.

Speaking to his 100,000 Instagram followers in April, Kurt said he was happy to simply identify himself by name rather than using a particular tag.

“I’m just saying what I think, and I don’t even want to be involved in the ‘LGBT community’ either.” I just can’t understand, Kurt said.

“It’s amazing that people have their communities, but I just don’t relate to it…I just see myself as me. I don’t think about it at all,” he added.

Kurt said he had no interest in being a “role model” for other gay people and was happy to just be himself.

“I don’t care if I give myself a name other than what I was named…I’ve never had one and I don’t really care about the labels of anything…I’m fine being Kurt” , did he declare. .

“It’s amazing that people have their communities, but I just don’t relate to it… I just see myself as me. I don’t think about it at all,” he wrote.

Kurt also said he disagrees with the term “breastfeeding” being used in hospitals.

“Breastfeeding” is sometimes used instead of “breastfeeding” to better include transgender and non-binary parents after childbirth.

“‘Chestfeeding’ doesn’t make sense to me either,” he said. ‘It’s so stupid to say ‘chestfeeding’. Chests cannot produce milk; only breasts can.

Last year, Kurt lambasted a petition calling for Golden Gaytime ice cream to be renamed because it was “offensive” to the LGBT community.

He told Australians who think the name of the popular ice cream is somehow offensive to “get over it” and get on with their lives.

Kurt also said he disagreed with the term.

Kurt also said he doesn’t agree with the term “breastfeeding” being used in hospitals.

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