Status: 23/09/2023, 20:07 p.m.
By: Lukas Einkammerer
With his statements about gendering, Heino continues to cause a sensation. Now Ruth Moschner is taking a stand in the heated debate.
Munich – Heino (84) does not seem to have made friends with his "breakfast television" interview and his violent statements on the subject of gender-appropriate language. Although some celebrity colleagues have defended the entertainer in the past few days, Ruth Moschner (47) is now decidedly against him ...
Scandal interview: Heino complains about gendering on "breakfast television"
The debate about gendering and the associated adaptation of the German language is by no means a new topic, but Heino's interview on Sat.1's "Breakfast Television" has led to a heated discussion in recent days. "They shitted them in the brain, just as we say in the Rhineland. I don't stand there at all. I'll keep singing about the black hazelnut, I'll keep singing 'Funny is the gypsy life'. I won't let anyone dissuade me," the sunglasses wearer railed.
Heino is not alone in his opinion, because many of his celebrity colleagues don't seem to think much of gendering either. In an interview with IPPEN. MEDIA recently revealed to Uschi Glas (79) how she feels about gender-appropriate language. Meanwhile, Andreas Ellermann (58), the ex-fiancé of Patricia Blanco (52), defended Heino on social media and even met with the pop veteran to plan joint projects.
With Ruth Moschner, another voice is now speaking out – but she represents a completely different attitude.
"Has lost touch": Ruth Moschner stands up to Heino after gender scandal
"Heino himself is a German cultural asset for me, I appreciate his extraordinary voice very much and that is precisely why I find it very disappointing that he insists on continuing to use racist formulations," Ruth Moschner emphasized in an interview with t-online.de, "The strict refusal and bashing of those who want further development does not serve any debate. It's just silly."
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In the debate about Heino and his statements on the subject of gender, Ruth Moschner now also speaks out. © IMAGO/Future Image; IMAGO/Hartenfelser (photomontage)
"Of course, artists are free in their work, but I had always assessed Heino in such a way that he wanted to give people joy and not pain. I guess I was wrong," Ruth Moschner continues, "Anyone who asks today, 'what is allowed to say at all?' has lost touch in my opinion."
Change is always exhausting and I admit that I don't like the 'inner appendage' either. That's why I always try to formulate it in a gender-neutral way. However, it is important to me to include all genders in the course of the mission 'equality and visibility'. I like the idea that we invite everyone to participate.
Although she describes Heino as a "creative artist", she suggests that he consult "with his personal environment" in order to understand one thing: "That music can bring joy." It remains to be seen whether the Düsseldorf-born actor will take these words to heart, but in the meantime Senta Berger is also getting involved in the gender debate. Sources used:t-online.de