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Be nice: Karamo Brown from Queer Eye has taken advantage of the & # 39; disappointing comments & # 39; from Mario Lopez after the Extra host claimed that it was & # 39; dangerous and alarming & # 39; is for parents to let children pass on to genders

Queer Eye star Karamo Brown has taken advantage of the & # 39; disappointing comments & # 39; by Mario Lopez about parents who let their children switch the sexes.

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In an interview, Extra host, Mario, 45, claimed it was & # 39; dangerous and a little alarming & # 39; after Candace Owens said it was a & # 39; weird trend & # 39; was who came from Hollywood.

When we go to Twitter, culture expert Karamo, 38, wrote: I am disappointed to read @MarioLopezExtra comments about parents who support their child's openness about their gender identity.

Be nice: Karamo Brown from Queer Eye has taken advantage of the & # 39; disappointing comments & # 39; from Mario Lopez after the Extra host claimed that it was & # 39; dangerous and alarming & # 39; is for parents to let children pass on to genders

Be nice: Karamo Brown from Queer Eye has taken advantage of the & # 39; disappointing comments & # 39; from Mario Lopez after the Extra host claimed that it was & # 39; dangerous and alarming & # 39; is for parents to let children pass on to genders

Ready to talk: Karamo addressed the situation in a calm and friendly manner and said he would have the chance to explain a different side of the story to Mario

Ready to talk: Karamo addressed the situation in a calm and friendly manner and said he would have the chance to explain a different side of the story to Mario

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Ready to talk: Karamo addressed the situation in a calm and friendly manner and said he would have the chance to explain a different side of the story to Mario

& # 39; As a social worker I have been trained to identify abuse or neglect of a child. A healthy and safe dialogue with children is not offensive, neglected or & # 39; dangerous & # 39 ;. (Sic).

After receiving supporting comments from fans, Karamo wrote a second message in which he stated that he was not angry, but rather wanted to help Mario view things from a different angle.

He wrote: & # 39; I don't think @ MarioLopezExtra & # 39; must be canceled.

The latter: Mario said he doesn't understand parents who let their children turn into sexes in an appearance in the Candace Owens show, where the two Charlize Therons discussed upbringing of her seven-year-old daughter Jackson, who identifies herself as a trans-girl

The latter: Mario said he doesn't understand parents who let their children turn into sexes in an appearance in the Candace Owens show, where the two Charlize Therons discussed upbringing of her seven-year-old daughter Jackson, who identifies herself as a trans-girl

Expressing his opinion: Lopez said to Owens: & I just think it is dangerous as a parent to make this decision & # 39;

Expressing his opinion: Lopez said to Owens: & I just think it is dangerous as a parent to make this decision & # 39;

The latter: Mario said he doesn't understand parents who let their children turn into sexes in an appearance in the Candace Owens show, where the two Charlize Therons discussed upbringing of her seven-year-old daughter Jackson, who identifies herself as a trans-girl

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& # 39; But I think he should be given the opportunity to learn why his comments are harmful to trans youngsters and their parents. Mario, I'm ready to talk if you are. & # 39;

Karamo is a father of two boys. He came out as a gay boy at the age of 16, but conceived a child with his girlfriend the year before – but only discovered ten years later that she had a baby.

Brown immediately took custody of his son and soon discovered that he had a half-brother, of whom he also became the legal custody, who remained friendly to the mother.

Mario Lopez says he does not understand that parents allow their children to change gender.

Discussion: The native native of San Diego, best known for playing A.C. Slater on Saved by the Bell, sat down with Owens for a broad interview

Discussion: The native native of San Diego, best known for playing A.C. Slater on Saved by the Bell, sat down with Owens for a broad interview

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Discussion: The native native of San Diego, best known for playing A.C. Slater on Saved by the Bell, sat down with Owens for a broad interview

Lopez, 45, appeared The Candace Owens show last month, and the two talked about what Owens described as a & # 39; weird trend & # 39; who comes from Hollywood, citing Charlize Theron's upbringing of her seven-year-old daughter Jackson, who identifies herself as a transgender girl.

Theron, 43, told DailyMail.com in April that she educates Jackson to be a girl based on the child's preference: & I thought she was a boy too, until she looked at me when she was three years old and said, "I'm not a boy!"

Owens shared her own personal experience with children to illustrate her point.

He knows his stuff: Karamo (center) is the culture expert in the Netflix show, Queer Eye - and a father of two boys

He knows his stuff: Karamo (center) is the culture expert in the Netflix show, Queer Eye - and a father of two boys

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He knows his stuff: Karamo (center) is the culture expert in the Netflix show, Queer Eye – and a father of two boys

& # 39; Although I am not a parent, I have cuddled five years of my life and the things that come out of children's mouths – they say anything, you don't know what they saw on TV there, & # 39 ;she said. & # 39; I let kids say they were mermaids, I told kids they could fly – and jump down a flight of stairs, and thank goodness I caught him, right, because he thought he could be Superman.

& # 39; I am trying to understand this new Hollywood mentality where they simply think that their children now have the mental authority, & # 39; said Owens, to which the Extra host responded, & # 39; I am trying to understand it myself and please do not allow myself to be whole group).

The native native of San Diego, best known for playing A.C. Slater on Saved by the Bell, said he & # 39; also a bit blown away & # 39; is by the decisions of some of his Tinseltown colleagues about parenting.

Parenting: Lopez has two children - daughter Gia, eight, and son Dominic, five, with wife Courtney Laine Mazza

Parenting: Lopez has two children - daughter Gia, eight, and son Dominic, five, with wife Courtney Laine Mazza

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Parenting: Lopez has two children – daughter Gia, eight, and son Dominic, five, with wife Courtney Laine Mazza

Her opinion: Owens drew on her five years of experience as a babysitter to provide her expertise on the subject

Her opinion: Owens drew on her five years of experience as a babysitter to provide her expertise on the subject

Her opinion: Owens drew on her five years of experience as a babysitter to provide her expertise on the subject

Lopez said: “My god, when you are three years old, I just think it is dangerous as a parent to make this decision … it's a little alarming and my god, I'm just thinking about the consequences later. & # 39;

Lopez, who has two children with wife Courtney Laine Mazza – daughter Gia, eight and son Dominic, five – added: & I think parents should let their children be children, but at the same time you have to be mature in the situation . & # 39;

He said the & # 39; formative years & # 39; be a more suitable moment for a child to have the discussion & # 39 ;, and for that & # 39; way too young & # 39 ;.

Loving mother: Theron said about her children: & # 39; They are born who they are and exactly where in the world they can both find themselves when they grow up, and who they want to be is not up to me to decide. & # 39 ; The family was seen in LA in March

Loving mother: Theron said about her children: & # 39; They are born who they are and exactly where in the world they can both find themselves when they grow up, and who they want to be is not up to me to decide. & # 39 ; The family was seen in LA in March

Loving mother: Theron said about her children: & # 39; They are born who they are and exactly where in the world they can both find themselves when they grow up, and who they want to be is not up to me to decide. & # 39 ; The family was seen in LA in March

In the April interview with DailyMail.com, Theron made it clear where she is about the gender issue.

& # 39; I have two beautiful daughters who, like every parent, want to protect and I want to thrive, & # 39; said the Atomic Blonde star. & # 39; They are born who they are and exactly where in the world they can both find themselves as they grow up, and who they want to be is not up to me to decide. & # 39;

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The Oscar-winning Monster actress went further: & # 39; My job as a parent is to celebrate and love them and make sure they have everything they need to be what they want to be. And I will do everything to give my children that right and to be protected in it. & # 39;

Elsewhere in the interview, Lopez was asked about the growth of movements such as #BelieveWomen, which he thought should be treated with care.

& # 39; I think general statements or hashtags like Believe Women … I think that's a very dangerous hashtag … because people lie and sometimes those people are women and God forbids you having a son and a girl maybe felt a certain way about a situation – fired, hurt, whatever – and feels vengeful and just decides to tell a certain story that isn't entirely true … come back and really hurt that person, & # 39 said Lopez. & # 39; And if you just assumed she was telling the truth without any evidence, evidence – that is incredibly dangerous.

& # 39; And vice versa, you can't believe only men. & # 39;

Superstar: Theron was broken on the red carpet in Las Vegas in April

Superstar: Theron was broken on the red carpet in Las Vegas in April

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Superstar: Theron was broken on the red carpet in Las Vegas in April

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