Renowned Singer Nikos Oikonomopoulos Shares Views on Same-Sex Parenting: "A child should have a mother and father"

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Nikos Oikonomopoulos was a guest on the show "To Proino" with Giorgos Liagas, which aired this morning, January 2, 2024, on ANT1. Among other things, he discussed the issue of surrogacy by same-sex couples, expressing his disagreement.

Specifically, the famous singer stated that he disagrees because he believes that a child should have a mother and father. "I don't agree with surrogacy by same-sex couples, but this is my opinion," he emphasised and then argued his position, trying to explain it:

"It is something that I personally don't accept. It has to do with the issue of faith, it is a matter of my own… I believe that a child needs a mom and a dad, that's what our nature has defined. Now, beyond that, people put laws on paper, so let the legislator take the blame."

His opinion on the natural deterioration of singers

Meanwhile, Nikos Oikonomopoulos also mentioned the deterioration that time causes to singers and stated that at some point they should stop singing.

"I am sure that at some point, I will stop selling as much as I do today. At some point, we don't sell as much as we did in our youth, it's a natural deterioration. And our voice starts to age, but artistically, you also age, you have nothing more to offer," he said and added:

"It saddens me to see older artists who can't perform vocally, but if there are livelihood reasons, you can't take a stand. It depends on how much you want to sell yourself. In other words, if you take a gig, do you want people to see you not singing or do you want to be demystified? I don't want to reach that point."

"I don't believe there is a peak, I believe there are great voices that have left beautiful songs. It's hard for me to acknowledge voices, very hard. I am strict with myself above all. One voice that I never hide my love for is Giannis Parios," Nikos Oikonomopoulos concluded.

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