Kate Hudson to raise baby girl genderless, 'We still don’t know what she's going to identify as'
Kate Hudson has now admitted she is fully 'WOKE' by suggesting that she will raise her baby daughter as genderless. The actress was recently quoted as saying "We still don’t know what she's going to identify as" - which means she has already secretly identified her own daughter as a female, because she used the pronoun "she."
The 39-year-old actress known for "How To Lose A Guy In Ten Days" disclosed this information during an interview with AOL. She was quoted, by the Daily Wire, as saying the following in regards to the differences in raising her daughter compared to raising her two sons.
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"It doesn’t really change my approach, but there’s definitely a difference. I think you just raise your kids individually regardless - like a genderless [approach]."
"We still don’t know what she's going to identify as," added the "How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days" star.
"I will say that, right now, she is incredibly feminine in her energy, her sounds and her way," she continued. "It’s very different from the boys, and it’s really fun to actually want to buy kids' clothes."
"With the boys it was just like onesies ... actually, I did pretty good with the boys," Hudson said. "But with her it's a whole other ball game. There's some stuff that I'm like, 'I can't do that to her, because it’s so over-the-top."
I think Hudson has just told us the way to lose a girl in 1 day, which is by telling people that you're raising your FEMALE CHILD to be genderless.
Hudson has the daughter with a musician named Danny Fujikawa and she was born in October of 2018. The daughter's name is Rani, and the name is explained in a quote from Hudson.
"We have decided to name our daughter Rani (pronounced Ronnie) after her grandfather, Ron Fujikawa," explained the Fabletics founder. "Ron was the most special man who we all miss dearly. To name her after him is an honor."
The significance is beautiful and touching, but perhaps they could have spelled it correctly so her daughter doesn't spend the next 100 years explaining to people how to spell and pronounce her name.
I'd like to openly request that people stop with the genderless nonsense. It's literally crazy.