Jennifer Lopez, a popular singer and actress, introduced Emme Muñiz, her 14-year-old daughter, while using gender-neutral they/them pronouns for a performance this past Thursday in Los Angeles at Dodger Stadium.
Emme, the daughter of Lopez and ex-husband Marc Anthony, joined their mom for a duet at the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation Blue Diamond Gala when Lopez chose to refer to the young girl with the pronouns.
The “Selena” actress reportedly commented that Emme was “very, very busy, booked and pricey,” but entirely “worth every single penny because they’re my favorite duet partner of all time,” reported Insider.
“‘The last time we performed together was in a big stadium like this and I ask them to sing with me all the time, and they won’t,’” stated Lopez. “‘So this is a very special occasion.’”
Emme also took the stage with her mother for the 2020 Super Boel halftime show.
This past Thursday at the Gala, Emme sported a pink outfit with a black hat covered her short dark hair. She also utilized a rainbow-covered mic, as reported by The Daily Mail.
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According to a poll carried out by Pew Research Center that was carried out in late 2018, 18% of the American people say they know someone who goes by gender neutral-pronouns.
“Younger adults are more likely than older adults to say they have heard of people preferring gender-neutral pronouns and to know someone who goes by these pronouns,” summarized Pew Research. “Roughly three-quarters of Americans ages 18 to 29 (73%) say they have heard a little or a lot about people preferring nonbinary pronouns, compared with about two-thirds of those 30 to 49 (65%) and smaller shares of those ages 50 to 64 (54%) and 65 and older (46%). Meanwhile, about three-in-ten adults ages 18 to 29 (32%) personally know someone who goes by these types of pronouns, compared with smaller shares of older adults.”
A poll from Harvard-Harris from earlier this year highlighted a massive 41% of Americans stated “‘kids should be able to pick their pronouns.’”
To no ones surprise, the poll was divided mostly on political lines. “Most Republicans, 77%, and Independents, 64%, who took the poll said kids shouldn’t be able to pick their pronouns, while a majority of Democrats, 61%, supported allowing children to determine their own preferred pronouns,” stated a report from The National Desk.
On average, almost 60% of American adults that were polled stated “preferred pronouns” are an “excessive measure that does more to confuse kids about their sex.”
Most notably, this transgender and gender craze is quite popular with many Hollywood elites. Quite a few notable celebrities, such as Jamie Lee Curtis, Charlize Theron, and Gabrielle Union, have made claims of having transgender kids.