Musk: Children Who Believe In Santa Cannot Comprehend ‘Gender’

Former Twitter CEO Elon Musk, who has condemned the practice of performing gender-transition measures on children, recently said that young children who believe in Santa Claus are incapable of comprehending the idea of “gender.”

Musk had previously shared a meme featuring a pregnant woman who asks a physician whether her child is a boy or a girl, to which the doctor replies: “We’ll let the kindergarten teacher decide.”

A Twitter user replied to Musk’s post by sharing a meme featuring a picture of a child and text that reads, “YOU’RE TELLING ME I CAN’T PICK MY BEDTIME BUT I CAN PICK MY GENDER?”

Musk responded to the user’s post, saying, “Kids who are so young they think Santa is literally true obviously cannot understand the concept of ‘gender’.”

Musk has indicated that he will campaign to criminalize the performance of gender-transitioning measures on kids who are younger than 18 years old.

“This is a major problem. I will be actively lobbying to criminalize making severe, irreversible changes to children below the age of consent. Shame on those who advocate this! It is utterly contemptible,” he declared.

In an April 2023 tweet, Musk said he believes “we should wait until an individual is mature enough to make their own decisions before other adults make permanent, serious physical changes to them.” He argued that any parent or physician who “sterilizes” a child before they are 18 years old should receive life in prison.

Musk has pointed out that “’gender-affirming care for minors is pure evil.” He recently responded to a Twitter account called “The Rabbit Hole,” which argued that “gender-affirming care” is just a euphemism for subjecting minors to horrible drugs.

“It means castration,” Musk replied to “The Rabbit Hole’s” tweet.

“Gender-affirming care” refers to measures, such as puberty blockers, cross-gender hormones, and surgeries to “change” a person’s biological gender.

Over 15 states in the U.S. have passed laws banning “gender-affirming care” for children: Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, Arizona, Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, and West Virginia.

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