San Francisco Pleasure drops Dee Snider for supporting Paul Stanley’s criticism of transing children

On Sunday, Kiss guitarist Paul Stanley shared his concerns concerning the transitioning of youngsters, tweeting:

“With many youngsters who don’t have any actual sense of sexuality and sexual experiences caught up within the ‘enjoyable’ of utilizing pronouns and saying what they determine as, some adults mistakenly confuse instructing acceptance with normalizing and inspiring a scenario that has been a wrestle for these actually affected and have turned it into a tragic and harmful pattern.”

On Monday, Twisted Sister founding member, Dee Snider, got here out in support of Stanley, tweeting:

“You realize what? There was a time the place I ‘felt fairly’ too. Glad my mother and father didn’t bounce to any rash conclusions! Effectively mentioned, @PaulStanleyLive.”

In response, San Francisco Pleasure, who had been set to announce Twisted Sister’s tune “We’re Not Gonna Take It” because the official anthem of Pleasure 2023, dropped the heavy metallic icon from their lineup.

At present, Stanley responded to accusations of “transphobia,” saying his phrases had been “not clear” and that he “helps these fighting their sexual id whereas enduring hostility and people whose paths cause them to reassignment surgical procedure”: