Caitlyn Jenner Claims She & Kris Jenner Knew O.J. Simpson Was Guilty ‘From The Beginning’

Caitlyn Jenner has dropped an O.J. Simpson bombshell. The reality star joined Australian morning show “Kyle and Jackie O” and claimed that she and then-wife Kris Jenner “pretty much knew” the disgraced athlete was guilty of the double murders for which he was acquitted in 1995. What did Simpson’s slain ex-wife, Nicole Brown, allegedly tell Kris about fearing for her life?


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Caitlyn Jenner Chewed Out by Trans Woman Over Donald Trump Support

[[tmz:video id=”0_ltlji3by”]] Caitlyn Jenner got ambushed and verbally assaulted by a trans woman at an LGBT event this weekend over her support for Donald Trump … and the video’s intense. Caitlyn was attending a Trans Chorus of Los Angeles…

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Caitlyn Jenner Shows Support for Trump after Transgender Ban

Caitlyn Jenner isn’t letting the whole transgender ban thing get in the way of what appears to be her undying support for President Trump. Jenner was out and about Thursday, in a sporty car sporting a “Make America Great Again” hat. It’s pretty stunning,…

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Katy Perry’s Live Stream ‘Big Brother’ Dinner: Inside Amanda Seales’ Throwdown With Caitlyn Jenner (Guest Column)


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Caitlyn Jenner Responds to President Donald Trump’s Transgender Military Ban

Caitlyn Jenner Caitlyn Jenner is speaking out hours after President Donald Trump announced a military ban on transgender people.
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Caitlyn Jenner Running for Senate’s a Joke to Her Ex-Wife Linda Thompson

[[tmz:video id=”0_sdw9yb04″]] Caitlyn Jenner better reconsider making a run for the U.S. Senate … at least according to her ex-wife, Linda Thompson. We got Linda, who was married to Caitlyn for 5 years, outside their son Brandon’s Tuesday night…

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Caitlyn Jenner — Peek-a-Boob (PHOTOS)

Caitlyn Jenner put the Victoria’s Secret models on notice in NYC — she’s down to flash just as much side boob as they do. Perhaps inspired by Kendall Jenner’s VS Fashion Show debut, Caitlyn hit the after-party at TAO and let … some of it hang out.…

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Caitlyn Jenner Reveals Her Latest Personal Milestone During Emotional Glamour Women of the Year Awards Speech

It was a big night for Caitlyn Jenner.

The celeb has had quite the year, and tonight, she was being honored with the top nod of Woman of the Year for Glamour magazine’s 2015 Women of…


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Caitlyn Jenner, Reese Witherspoon Honored By Glamour

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Caitlyn To Kris Jenner — Bubble Bath Birthday Message

[[tmz:video id=”0_oh0a2neq”]] Caitlyn Jenner wished Kris a happy 60th birthday in her own special way … and everyone at the party thought it was great.  During Kris’ bash, a video montage was shown with a bunch of Kris’ family and friends. Caitlyn…

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Caitlyn Jenner’s Glamour Women of the Year 2015 Award Acceptance Speech

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Caitlyn Jenner turned 66 Wednesday, and while the “I Am Cait” star’s life spans more than six decades, it’s only her first birthday since transitioning to life as a woman.


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Caitlyn Jenner — Victim’s Stepkids Claim Drugs May Have Made Her a Bad Driver

Caitlyn Jenner’s medications may have triggered her fatal car crash … so claim the stepchildren of the woman killed in the accident. The 2 stepkids filed legal docs in which they demand to know the meds Caitlyn was taking, saying they may have…

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Caitlyn & Kylie Jenner — Orange is the New Dad!

Caitlyn Jenner and daughter Kylie grabbed lunch Monday … the first time they’ve been seen in public since Kylie’s 18th birthday party.  The two nibbled on sushi at Sugarfish in Calabasas after attending a NOH8 event in LA.  They were matching…

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Big Ang — Caitlyn Jenner … I’m Over ‘HIM’!!! (VIDEO)

[[tmz:video id=”0_kiijrnc7″]] Big Ang decided to go on the attack against Caitlyn Jenner  … but her choice of venue was odd … a gay night club.  It all went down during the question round of the Miss Feathers Pageant in New Jersey,…

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Caitlyn Jenner Will NOT Be Charged With Vehicular Manslaughter Or Any Crime

The L.A. County D.A. will NOT charge Caitlyn Jenner with vehicular manslaughter or any other crime in connection with the fatal car crash on PCH.  The D.A. has rejected the case, saying she was not speeding, she hit the brakes though belatedly, and…

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Caitlyn Jenner — D.A. Will NOT Prosecute in Fatal Car Crash … UNLESS

Caitlyn Jenner will not be prosecuted for vehicular manslaughter in February’s fatal PCH car crash, but there’s one string attached, TMZ has learned. Well-placed sources connected with the L.A. County D.A.’s Office tell us, the people assigned to review…

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Caitlyn Jenner Files Legal Docs for Gender Change … Fears Physical Threats

Caitlyn Jenner has filed legal documents asking a judge to formally declare her a woman, but she’s afraid of providing the necessary information to the court because of physical threats … TMZ has learned. The documents were filed in L.A. County…

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Isis King Talks About Caitlyn Jenner Coming Out

Model, actress, and designer Isis King may have been born biologically male, but ever since childhood she knew she was woman. Establishing a transgender identity does not come easy though, and at 23, Isis was homeless, living at a New York City LGBT shelter. After finding work as a background model for an America’s Next Top Model photo shoot, host Tyra Banks took an interest in her, and asked Isis be a part of the show’s next season. Within months, Isis was in the national spotlight as the first transgender contestant on Top Model, and she has used her platform to follow her dreams ever since – expanding her modeling and acting career, designing her own clothing line, and serving as an activist for transgender people everywhere.

Is the attention on Caitlyn Jenner good or bad from the transgender community?

“Definitely” says Isis. “Any time you can bring more awareness to the struggle and reality of so many people, it’s helpful.” Isis emphasizes the importance of showing more trans stories in media, hoping that it will lend a “normality” to the trans experience.

However, she acknowledges that there is still work to be done. The murder rate of trans people of color has gone up, and many appearances of transgender people in the media still feature rampant misgendering – that is, labelling people by their birth gender instead of how they actually identify. This process “invalidates the way audiences view people who have transitioned,” and is hurtful and damaging, especially when the misgendered person is a victim in the news. Caitlyn has certainly helped the visibility, but Isis stresses the need for more “normal” transgender people in the media to really improve mainstream awareness and acceptance.

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Caitlyn Jenner — I Won’t Answer Questions About the Crash … For Now

Caitlyn Jenner will not answer questions in the civil lawsuit over her fatal PCH car crash because it would violate her right against self-incrimination. Caitlyn’s lawyer filed legal docs claiming Jenner should not have to answer various questions…

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Caitlyn Jenner — Crash Victims Will Sue Her … For $18.5 MILLION

Caitlyn Jenner could escape criminal prosecution for her fatal PCH car crash, but we’ve learned on the civil front she’s about to be sued … for $ 18.5 million. TMZ broke the story, the estate of Kim Howe — the woman who died in the accident…

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Caitlyn Jenner — Criminal Charges NOT Likely

The L.A. County D.A. now has the Caitlyn Jenner case, and sources connected to the office tell TMZ the initial sentiment is that the collision was a tragic accident but not criminal.  Our sources say the attorneys in the Major Crimes unit which…

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Caitlyn Jenner may face manslaughter charge

Caitlyn Jenner could face misdemeanor manslaughter charge in deadly four-car accident. Police say there was no gross negligence. CNN’s Jeffrey Toobin reports.


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Sheriff’s investigators plan to recommend that prosecutors file a vehicular manslaughter charge against Caitlyn Jenner for her role in a fatal car crash last February, officials said Thursday.


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Caitlyn Jenner could face misdemeanor manslaughter charge

The report on the police investigation into a deadly four-car accident involving Caitlyn Jenner is being turned over to a prosecutor and could lead to a misdemeanor manslaughter charge against the reality television star, a Los Angeles County Sheriff’s detective said Thursday.


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Caitlyn Jenner — Sheriff is NOT Recommending Manslaughter Prosecution

The L.A. County Sheriff’s Dept. says media reports claiming the agency is recommending Caitlyn Jenner be prosecuted for vehicular manslaughter are incorrect … there is NO such recommendation. TMZ reported, the 161-page Sheriff’s Dept. report…

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Caitlyn And Kris Jenner Unite For Kylie’s 18th Birthday

The Kardashian-Jenner clan got together Friday night to kick off the birthday festivities for Kylie, who turns 18 on Aug. 10.

Kim, Khloé, Kourtney, Kendall and Kylie posed for a series of gorgeous (and silly) photos, posted across their different Instagram accounts. The girls’ parents, Kris and Caitlyn Jenner, also made a photogenic appearance.

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According to both People and Us Weekly, this is the first time Kris reunited with her ex-partner since Caitlyn’s transition.

Caitlyn and Kris split in October 2013 after 22 years of marriage.

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Kendall posted her own version of “Sister Squad,” as a follow-up to the NSFW pic she uploaded earlier in the day. She captioned the latter with #KyliesTurning18ImScared, which sounds like there’s a fun weekend ahead.

Khloé took part in the social media celebration as well, posting the following photo with Caitlyn and a sweet photo of Kylie and a birthday cake.

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Caitlyn Jenner Discusses Her Sexuality In New ‘I Am Cait’ Teaser

Caitlyn Jenner’s new friends are eager to know more about the 65-year-old’s experiences dating “as a trans woman,” but it’s not a subject that the former Olympian appears to have even given much thought. 

In a teaser for an upcoming episode the docuseries ”I Am Cait,” Jenner told her friends, “I’ve only been with women.” (Jenner split from Kris Jenner in 2013 after 22 years of marriage and had been married twice before.)

 ”I have bigger things than an orgasm to worry about,” she said. “I have bigger things to worry about than an orgasm.”

When many of her friends raised their hands to say they are more attracted to men than women, Jenner responded, “I don’t know. I’ve never been with a guy.”

This is the first time Jenner has really spoken about any aspect of her romantic life since her divorce from Kris. And when Jenner came out as transgender this past April during a “20/20” interview with Diane Sawyer, the star, who had yet to reveal her female name, broached the subject of sexuality by stating that she’s attracted to women and emphasized the difference between gender and sexuality.

 ”There’s two different things here. Sexuality is who you personally are attracted to — who turns you on,” Jenner said. “But gender identity has to do with who you are as a person and your soul and who you identify with inside.”

“I Am Cait” airs Sunday at 8:00 p.m. ET on E!

 

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America’s Next Top Model star J. Alexander thinks Caitlyn Jenner will top Kim Kardashian in the fashion department by the end of the year, but walking is another story. Miss J. was shopping on Rodeo Drive in Bev Hills Friday…

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Caitlyn Jenner — Dancin’ in the Dark with Candis Cayne at Boy George Concert (VIDEO)

Caitlyn Jenner got all touchy-feely with gal pal Candis Cayne at the Greek Theatre in Hollywood Friday night, taking turns leading as they danced to Boy George. Caitlyn and Candis have been spending lots of time together,…

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As Caitlyn Jenner begins an exciting new chapter in life, there’s one woman who has her back 100 percent. Yes, we’re talking about her wonderful mother Esther Jenner.

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Why America Needs Caitlyn Jenner’s New Series

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Some would say The Caitlyn Jenner Show debuted last month, when her Vanity Fair cover all but broke Twitter. Indeed Jenner has sparked a massive moment for the transgender community, but there’s still plenty of work to be done: Eighty-nine percent of people in America say they don’t know a transgender person, according to one poll. Another survey found 24 percent aren’t sure what transgender means. That’s why America needs her new E! docu-series (the elegant way to say reality show), I Am Cait, premiering tonight, more than ever.

Now that Jenner is the face of the trans community to many, the bar for the premiere episode has been set sky-high (compared with, say, an episode of Kourtney & Khloé Take Miami.) And the scrutiny will be too.

Early criticism of Jenner’s coming out has largely focused on her bombshell appearance. Elinor Burkett’s controversial New York Times op-ed chided Jenner’s “idea of a woman” as a “cleavage-boosting corset, sultry poses, thick mascara, and the prospect of regular ‘girls’ nights’ of banter about hair and makeup.” Based on the previews, I Am Cait will do little to squash the idea that Jenner came out not only as a woman, but a “sex babe,” according to one reporter cited by the Times. Lip gloss and nail polish loom large in the first glimpses at I Am Cait.

But if you consider what it must be like to be a 65-year-old woman who has never been able to freely, outwardly express herself, including her clothes, hair, and makeup, the freedom to rock a fresh mani/pedi doesn’t seem so inconsequential. As Jenner says in one preview, the show is about “getting to be who you really are.” If part of who she really is is a “sex babe,” it’s her right to—finally—be herself.

Many are also jumping to harp on her show for not reflecting the issues common to most transgender women who, unlike Jenner, don’t have easy access to physical or mental health care, much less hormone therapy or facial-feminization surgery. Jenner lives quite safely on a bluff overlooking Malibu, while statistics say trans women are at a disproportionately higher risk of murder than others. (Jenner will try to touch on these issues on I Am Cait by meeting with the parents of Kyler Prescott, a transgender teen who committed suicide this year.)

Further, Jenner’s first four children refused to appear in the series, expressing concern that using the Keeping Up with the Kardashians production team and airing I Am Cait on E! will sensationalize Jenner’s message of trans acceptance. “You go on E!’s website . . . and you look at all the shows, every one of them is a circus,” Brandon Jenner told Vanity Fair

All that said, even if the reality show (excuse me, docu-series) stars the most #firstworld transgender woman in history, even if is a frothy E! production, it’s still an opportunity to show all of the ways that Jenner is a human woman like any other to the masses—someone who freaks out before her mom comes to visit, someone who has tense moments with her kids, someone who lies awake at night worrying about whether she’s making the right decisions. (Also, someone who laughs at herself when realizing she bought the same little black dress as her ex-wife Kris Jenner—not a universal human experience, but a really funny, endearing one.)

On E! or not, Kardashian circus or not, at times superficial or not, America needs this show now. It needs to know trans men and women and their struggles on a deeper level. Sometimes a TV show isn’t just a TV show—consider that, in 1997, it was shocking for Ellen DeGeneres’s character to say “I am gay” on her sitcom. Today, gay marriage is the law of the land. I Am Cait won’t singlehandedly overhaul ignorance and prejudice about the transgender community. But if it makes it a little harder for someone who has never met a transgender person to reduce them to an abstract idea instead of a human being, it’s a start.

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I Am Cait Transforms Caitlyn Jenner’s Story Into a Universal Message

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The penultimate scene of the I Am Cait premiere finds Caitlyn Jenner dodging paparazzi on her way to the home of Kyler Prescott, a transgender boy who committed suicide in May of this year at the age of 14. Ducking low in backseats and changing cars three times just to leave her own neighborhood may be expected for a Jenner or a Kardashian, but one can hardly imagine that a $ 250,000 dollar price tag has ever before been placed on a photo of one transgender person on their way to comfort the heartbroken parents of another.

I Am Cait is filled with such seeming incongruities. How to untangle the fact that a minor character from low brow culture’s most successful reality show is now the star of another—let’s be honest—gaudy unscripted series? A series that also happens to address one the most important social justice issues faced by our society, and do so in a manner that—in between the manufactured Keeping Up With the-style manufactured plot twists and fake smiles—feels heartfelt, honest, and authentic?

Caitlyn Jenner is perfectly aware that as a celebrity of her breed, she is to the public a very specific manufactured personality. That her life, built so much on image and manipulated perception as it is, cannot serve as a proxy for the widely varied and often difficult lives of so many of her fellow trans persons. With I Am Cait she’s figured out how to transform her highly specific reality into a universal message.

“I have a voice and there are so many trans people out there who don’t have a voice,” she says. “I can’t speak for them but I am an expert on my story.”

Yes, that story includes free dresses from Tom Ford and DVF, a visit from son-in-law Kanye West (and his bafflingly unlaced Adidas sneakers), and a FaceTime call from Kylie Jenner loopy on laughing gas in the dentist’s chair. But it also includes a teary eyed mother grappling with her child’s transition in a very real manner that would resonate with many “normal world” parents of gender-questioning youth.

“I’ve been preparing myself. I knew he was going to be dressed as a woman,” says Esther Jenner, her eyelids puffy and red from off screen crying. “I think he’s a very good looking woman… Ehh he’s still Bruce.”

That’s not a gender sensitive thing to say—Caitlyn’s mother and her sister Pam often misuse pronouns and express well-meaning sentiments of the “I miss Bruce” variety that are no doubt hurtful to Caitlyn on a very deep level. In fact Pam admits to having discouraged Caitlyn from transitioning.

Sitting with family councilor Susan P. Landon, Esther brings up the bible verses from Deuteronomy which forbids men from dressing in women’s clothes. “For me, personally, Caitlyn is a woman and always has been,” Landon replies. It’s a brilliant response, but in Esther we see the inklings of a reaction that often times goes so bad for so many people coming out to their families.

However Caitlyn doesn’t admonish or correct them; she is patient with them. And they come across, despite their flawed language and selfish questions, as loving family members. By showing their imperfect reaction on national television, Caitlyn is inserting into the national consciousness a model for a how a family who may not be comfortable with their loved one’s transition should behave; how those whose own knee jerk reaction would be shame and bible lesson can move past that to understanding.

And Caitlyn is telling trans persons from all walks off life that they deserve that kind of love and support, and have the right to demand it.

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Kris Jenner Calls Caitlyn Jenner’s ESPYs Speech ‘Amazing And Very Brave’

Kris Jenner wasn’t at the ESPY Awards on Wednesday when Caitlyn Jenner accepted the Arthur Ashe Courage Award, but she only had nice things to say about her ex’s speech. 

“I think it was amazing and very brave,” Kris told Us Weekly on Thursday at the Amazon Summer Soiree in Los Angeles. “I think she looked beautiful.”

The 65-year-old former Olympian gave an emotional and inspiring speech in front some of country’s top professional athletes and her entire family. 

“Trans people deserve something vital. They deserve your respect,” she said. “And from that respect comes a more compassionate community, a more empathetic society and a better world for all of us.”

The former athlete first came out as transgender in an interview with Diane Sawyer in April and formally introduced herself as Caitlyn to the world this past June with a 22-page Vanity Fair cover story.

After learning that her ex was planning to transition, Kris admitted that she felt as though she had to “mourn” the person she was married to for more than two decades. Since then, the reality star has been publicly supportive of Caitlyn and her journey.  

In June, the 59-year-old finally opened up about her ex’s Vanity Fair cover telling Extra, “I think it’s amazing. I think that someone following their dream is truly inspirational to a lot of people … you have to do what makes you happy.”

She went on to add that the cover is “beautiful.”

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D.L. Hughley Slanders Caitlyn Jenner & Her ESPYS Award [VIDEO]

The 2015 ESPYs will be one to remember for years, mainly because Caitlyn Jenner stole the show by taking home the Arthur Ashe Courage Award.

Not everyone agrees with the athlete formerly known as Bruce Jenner’s newfound social role for fame and D.L. Hughley is one of them. The comedian turned political pundit shared his thoughts with TMZ on the situation and they were as candid as they come.

D.L. Hughley thinks it’s absurd the legacy of Arthur Ashe lives on in Caitlyn Jenner, who simply “put on a dress.”

Hughley was in NYC Thursday and was as clear as he could be … it’s a travesty that the ESPYs passed over Lauren Hill (the college basketball player who passed away this year from cancer) in favor of Caitlyn.

The comedian didn’t stop there, trashing the way Jenner looks, comparing her to a Robin Williams character.

And D.L.’s incredulous that members of the media dare to describe Serena Williams as man-like when, as he puts it, Caitlyn looks like a P.E. teacher.

“In a Mrs. Doubtfire type of way.” Bruh…

Watch Hughley give his two cent on the Caitlyn Jenner ESPYs award below.


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It’s inevitable.

You can be an Olympian, a cover model and a fashion icon, but if you’re transgender, the criticism will come.

Caitlyn Jenner strode on stage at the 2015 ESPY Awards on Wednesday to accept the Arthur Ashe Courage Award. It was her first public appearance since she announced her widely lauded transition to the world in an interview with Diane Sawyer earlier this year. She gave an impassioned speech, with a simple request for viewers and her fellow athletes — show trans people your respect.

Enter Peter Berg, director of the 2004 film “Friday Night Lights” and creator of the Emmy-winning series of the same name. Berg took to Instagram early Thursday to criticize the decision to select the athlete for the award, posting a photo mashup of Jenner with U.S. Army veteran Gregory D. Gadsonwho lost both of his legs to a roadside bomb. “One man traded 2 legs for the freedom of the other to trade 2 balls for 2 boobs,” the caption reads. Berg’s addition to the post consists of one word: “Yup.”

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The Huffington Post has reached out to Berg for comment.

The Arthur Ashe award “is meant to honor individuals whose contributions transcend sports through courageous action,” ESPN said in a statement when it was forced to address criticism of its selection. “We are proud to honor Caitlyn Jenner embracing her identity and doing so in a public way.” 

Award nominations are controversial — some worthy nominees get snubbed and others overlooked. Individuals like Lauren Hill, the inspiring 19-year-old basketball player who died from brain cancer earlier this year, are equally deserving of praise and admiration.

But the criticism surrounding Jenner’s selection hasn’t been based on her athletic prowess, her activism or her courage. It’s based on deeply seeded transphobia perpetuated by those who focus on genitalia rather than gender identity — people who ask invasive personal questions that fuel dangerous tabloid voyeurism.

The world of sports is still a notoriously unaccepting place for many trans athletes. States like Virginia and North Carolina require students to play on teams based on the gender listed on their birth certificate, and no openly transgender competitor has ever participated in the Olympics, though they may be allowed to.

Jenner’s actions unequivocally transcend the nature of a sports landscape that’s still struggling to accept gay athletes, let alone transgender ones. Her bravery compelled a room of many of the world’s most celebrated athletes to give her a standing ovation.

“Trans people deserve something vital. They deserve your respect,” Jenner said at the event. “And from that respect comes a more compassionate community, a more empathetic society and a better world for all of us.”

The criticism may be inevitable now, but it won’t be for much longer. A better world, Caitlyn’s world, is right around the corner.

Take note, Mr. Berg.

UPDATE: 6:25 p.m. — Berg espoused support for Jenner and “trans people everywhere” in a Thursday evening Instagram post. He wrote that he’d intended for his original post to shed light on “our courageous returning war veterans, many of whom have sacrificed their bodies and mental health for our country.”

 

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Caitlyn Jenner’s ESPY Awards Speech Was Pitch-Perfect

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History was made last night when Caitlyn Jenner took to the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles to accept the ESPYs Arthur Ashe Courage Award. Not only was it her first official public appearance since starting her transition, but Jenner delivered a powerful, pitch-perfect ten-minute speech in which she addressed skeptics and encouraged her fellow athletes to use their platform for good. “If there’s one thing I do know about my life, it is the power of the spotlight,” Jenner said. “Sometimes it gets overwhelming. But with attention comes responsibility. As a group, as athletes, how you conduct your lives, what you say, what you do, is absorbed and observed by millions of people, especially young people.”

Jenner said her responsibility was clear: To continue telling her story as honestly and openly as possible and, from there, do whatever possible to “reshape the landscape of how trans issues are viewed.” The question of responsibility is one many have been raising since Jenner appeared in a special with Diane Sawyer and on the cover of Vanity Fair, among them Orange Is the New Black star Laverne Cox, who wrote an open letter explaining that exposure must be used to highlight unseen issues in the trans community. “Most trans folks don’t have the privileges Caitlyn and I now have,” Cox wrote. “It is those trans folks we must continue to lift up, get them access to healthcare, jobs, housing, safe streets, safe schools, and homes for our young people. We must lift up the stories of those most at risk, statistically trans people of color who are poor and working class.”

In her speech, Jenner also thanked Cox, as well as the many activists who had come before her.

Before closing, Jenner took the opportunity to address some of the criticism that has been lobbed her way, confronting skeptics and the notion that her exposure is wholly self-serving. “If you want to call me names, make jokes, doubt my intentions, go ahead, because the reality is: I can take it . . . So for the people out there wondering what this is all about, whether it’s about courage or controversy or publicity, well, I’ll tell you what it’s all about: It’s about what happens from here.”

Watch the full speech below.

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In her first public appearance since announcing her decision to transition, Caitlyn Jenner mesmerized the crowd at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles on Wednesday as she accepted the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the 2015 ESPY Awards.

Jenner spoke about her own personal experience so far as a transgender woman. But she also dedicated a significant percentage of her speech to a thoughtful and touching discussion of the vast number of issues facing the larger transgender community. 

“Trans people deserve something vital. They deserve your respect,” she said. “And from that respect comes a more compassionate community, a more empathetic society and a better world for all of us.”

“At this very moment there are young people coming to terms with being transgender,” she added at another moment, noting the high levels of bullying, homicide and suicide the transgender community must grapple with still today.  The trans community, she said, needs the American community’s empathy and understanding.

Jenner admitted she had never talked with another transgender person up until very recently, in what she said was a truly educational experience. “It’s been eye-opening inspiring but also frightening,” she said of her overall experience since she told ABC’s Diane Sawyer in April that she would be transitioning from male to female.

In a video about her experience preceding the speech, Jenner discussed about what she has learned about trans-related issues since then and how she decided over time she would become not just a trans woman, but a trans advocate.

I came to kind of a revelation that out of all the things I have done in my life, that maybe this is my calling,” she said. “To take my struggle, throw it out in front of the world, maybe I can bring understanding on this subject. It’s time that I do my best. This is an issue we can deal with. This is not something people have to die over.”

Maura Mandt, the ESPYs co-executive producer, told Sports Illustrated’s Richard Deitsch in the lead up to the show that Jenner’s decision to transition in such a public forum “displayed enormous courage and self-acceptance.”

“Bruce Jenner could have easily gone off into the sunset as this American hero and never have dealt with this publicly. Doing so took enormous courage,” Mandt told Deitsch. “He was one of the greatest athletes of our time. That is what the Arthur Ashe Courage Award is about, somebody from the athletic community who has done something that transcends sport.”

Jenner became a household name in 1976 when she won the men’s decathlon at the 1976 Summer Olympics. But after ESPN announced the selection of Jenner in June, the network faced large amounts of backlash from those who believed there were more deserving candidates. Bob Costas called the decision “a crass exploitation play” and criticism became so loud that ESPN issued a follow-up statement several days after the initial announcement:

 The Arthur Ashe Courage Award is meant to honor individuals whose contributions transcend sports through courageous action. Sometimes that courage is demonstrated over the course of a lifetime and sometimes it is demonstrated in a single act that shines a light on an important contemporary issue. At all times, there are many worthy candidates. This year, we are proud to honor Caitlyn Jenner embracing her identity and doing so in a public way to help move forward a constructive dialogue about progress and acceptance.

The award is given to those “possessing strength in the face of adversity, courage in the face of peril and the willingness to stand up for their beliefs no matter what the cost.”

 ESPN’s Ramona Shelburne summed up the feelings of many on Wednesday:

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It’s the moment everyone’s been waiting for: Caitlyn Jenners first major fashion outing. After tweeting last month about her wardrobe dilemma for the event, the television star has been honing her new sense of style in wrap dresses by Diane von Furstenberg, fitted bandage dresses from Herve Leger, and a white netted ensemble that wouldn’t look out of place on stepdaughter Kim Kardashian West. And earlier tonight, Caitlyn Jenner made her grand entrance at the ESPY Awards where she received the Arthur Ashe Courage Award.

Jenner sought help outside the family for her big night, working with Angelina Jolie Pitts stylist Jen Rade to put together a look that would have fit right in with Jolie Pitt’s closet. The long-sleeved white Atelier Versace column flattered Jenner’s athletic physique while the cinched waist simultaneously provided a feminine flair and touch of Old Hollywood glamour. Beladora’s emerald and pearl earrings and a deco-inspired diamond and sapphire bracelet provided the ideal amount of sparkle for her to shine in the spotlight.

 

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Kendall and Kylie Jenner sparkled on the red carpet at the 2015 ESPY Awards on Wednesday night, but the evening was not about them. 

The Jenner sisters attended the award show to support and celebrate their parent Caitlyn Jenner, who is set to receive the Arthur Ashe Courage Award, which is given to those “possessing strength in the face of adversity, courage in the face of peril and the willingness to stand up for their beliefs no matter what the cost.”

The 65-year-old former Olympian opted not to walk the red carpet, as a rep for the star explained to Gossip Cop, “It’s not about the press coverage. It’s an award for courage.”

Also in attendance and showing their support for Jenner, were stepdaughters Kim, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian, who made the very uncharacteristic decision not to walk the red carpet, either. However, Kim’s hairstylist, Chris McMillan shared a sneak peek photo of the reality star’s look for the evening on Instagram. 

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Jenner’s sons Burt, Brandon, Brody and daughter Casey from her previous marriages also showed up in celebration of Jenner’s award: 

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It was truly a family affair, as Jenner’s 88-year-old mother Esther sat next to the star before she accepted her award.

The former athlete first came out as transgender in an interview with Diane Sawyer in April and formally introduced herself as Caitlyn to the world this past June with with a 22-page Vanity Fair cover story. Since that glamorous and inspiration introduction, Jenner has started her foray into advocacy work in the transgender community

 

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For those who think Caitlyn Jenner’s only talent is learning how to walk, pivot and turn in six-inch heels, hold onto your Spanx. At an exclusive interview with This Reporter at the Four Seasons Hotel overlooking Central Park, Jenner moistened her manicured index fingers with her tongue and expertly traced the rims of a dozen Waterford crystal goblets filled with varying amounts of Dom Perignon. The result was a chilling, if pitchy, rendition of I Am Woman, Hear Me Roar. The entire wait staff applauded.

“I was planning on using this as my talent for Miss Universe,” Jenner said, “But my People tell me it’s been delayed. The networks are miffed at Donald for speaking Truth to Power.”

When This Reporter asked Jenner if she was serious about competing in a beauty contest at her age, she threw back her head and laughed in delight, while grabbing This Reporter’s testicles and squeezing with Olympian strength. “Honey, I didn’t pay seventy mil to become a dried up crone. I’m a young, hot, juicy babe,” purred Jenner. “And these buns are a helluva lot tighter than those double-wide Kardashians.”

While she is disappointed about what she described as Trump’s “Mexican mishagas” which has sidetracked her Miss Universe dreams, Jenner has no doubt about his presidential ambitions. “Donald’s the only one with cojones,” she said, giving mine another tweak. “Jeb Bush is a bore. Christy needs to go to fat camp. And Rubio isn’t an American. Donald is going to make chopped liver out of them.”

Jenner doesn’t see Hillary as a threat to Trump’s bid for the White House. “Have you seen her hair?” Jenner gasped. “And those pantsuits? She looks like a contestant on Wheel of Fortune. Besides, Donald has more experience.”

“Hillary served as a Senator and Secretary of State , while Trump has never held political office,” This Reporter interjected.

Jenner batted her false eyelashes. “America doesn’t need or want another politician. America needs a better licensing deal. That’s what The Donald will provide. Does Hillary have her own perfume, jewelry or clothing line? Hell, no! Donald does. He understands that America is a global franchise in desperate need of better PR. The Democrats don’t get that.”

“What about ISIS?” This Reporter asked.

“That’s a gotcha question,” Jenner said. ” I’ll only say that rap music has made an important contribution to our culture and I’m very proud of Kanye’s success.”

“What about Bernie Sanders?” This Reporter asked. “How do you think Trump will hold up in a debate with him?”

“Don’t you watch The Apprentice?” Jenner smirked. “Donald doesn’t have to debate. He fires people.”

When asked about her allegiance to the GOP, Jenner took a moment to compose herself. “I know what people think,” she sighed. “As a transgender individual I should be supportive of the party that fought so long and hard for same-sex marriage, gender equality, civil rights and women’s issues. But they forget. I live in Hollywood where everyone and their acupuncturist is a Democrat. This is my way of separating myself from all the other drop dead gorgeous babes in the biz. Being a Republican is my Brand. Look what it did for Sarah Palin.”

Underneath her glossy, auburn tresses, Jenner conceals a facile mind, sharp wit and cunning ambition. “Look,” she says, “The real reason I transitioned was because I was nothing more than comic relief in the Kardashian reality show. I had no traction. Now, I’ve got more people following me than Kim or Chloe.”

“You mean on Twitter?” This Reporter asked.

“No, hon. I mean people!” Jenner stood up, flinging her Hermes Kelly bag over her broad shoulders, and snapped her fingers. An army of publicists, photographers, managers, stylists and lawyers trailed in her wake – all whistling I Am Woman.

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“Am I doing it right?” This is the question that Caitlyn Jenner asks of the transgender community in the initial post to her blog. As a trans ally with nearly 40 years experience in the field of human sexuality and gender, I’ve come to know personally individuals who represent many different segments of this vast transgender community. I’ve witnessed transgender culture go from underground to mainstream. These people include youths who ran away or were thrown away from home, sex workers, porn stars, artists, activists, philanthropists, and professionals of every category as well as thousands of transgender or cross gender individuals whom I have met in my travels or who have enrolled at Miss Vera’s academy. Caitlyn Jenner was never one of my on-campus students, but she well might have been.

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Is she doing it right? Recently, I was asked my opinion on Caitlyn’s physical presentation. The outer appearance seems to always be an easy starting point for the press. On her make-up, her clothes, the way she walks in her heels, – Caitlyn received high marks from me and all who were interviewed for a piece in the NY Daily News. Far more important, Caitlyn’s overall poise in the face of all of those cameras was not only admirable, it reflected the kind of confidence born of much inner personal work and strong and loving support. Caitlyn has done her homework. While exulting in the freedom to finally have her outward appearance reflect the woman who has lived within and to do so with the tremendous resources she has as a Hollywood star, Caitlyn so far, lives up to the responsibility that accompanies her fame and fortune. Photographed with transgender thought leaders such as Kate Bornstein, ground-breaking actors like Candis Cayne and outspoken community leaders, Caitlyn increases their visibility and acknowledges the contributions of those whose efforts give her the courage to be seen. Her media reach is extraordinary. Because of this, Caitlyn has the ability to help unite a community that like all movements, is often at war with itself. There are the language wars, the debates about who has the right to speak on trans issues; who is trans and who isn’t. Any politician would be thrilled to have have her approval rating. Caitlyn’s blog offers a budding list of resources which no doubt will grow and be even more inclusive.

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The interview with Diane Sawyer was excellent. Bruce lived with “white male privilege.” This is the world inhabited by many crossdressers who might not identify with the term transgender. Originally chosen as the umbrella term to unite a movement, the term transgender has become associated with people who transition. The term cross gender might feel a better fit for some, who for very strong reasons want to live in both genders. To me, these individuals are also transgender. Caitlyn’s honesty with regard to her cross dressing history makes it easier for those who go back and forth across gender borders to identify as members of the transgender community. Many such members are in a position to make contributions of professional services, jobs and money that will benefit trans people in need. My hope is that Caitlyn will reach out to those who still live in their very well-appointed closets, like she once did, to open their purses and help.

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A doctor of human sexuality, I have never totally excluded sex from discussions of gender. Transgender experience is full of stories of people whose sexual practice proved a key to unlocking the door to their authentic identity. In the Jenner/Sawyer interview, Jenner identified as “asexual….for now.” Will Caitlyn one day introduce us to a new love, someone with whom she is intimate. I hope so. Maybe there will be even more than one: a man? a woman? Another trans person? May the seeds of love and acceptance she sows today, come back to her a thousand fold. We will all be the better for it.

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The Best Of Caitlyn Jenner’s Most Recent Looks

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Caitlyn Jenner’s new look made an early appearance on the star’s Instagram page. Jenner celebrated Father’s Day with her family in an easy white dress cinched by an off-white belt. With long, loose curls and tan wedge sandals, Jenner looked chic from head to toe — albeit not entirely prepared for a day of off-roading.

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Visiting NYC, Jenner stunned in a sleek black bodycon dress and matching slingback pumps, the ideal ensemble for dinner at Tutto il Giorno.

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The following day, Jenner donned a knee-length leopard wrap dress for a day of shopping at Patricia Field…

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But emerged in an entirely new ensemble of a black blazer, sequined top, and a multicolored mini that had Field’s name written all over it.

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Jenner wasn’t finished yet–the reality star changed for the third time that day into a cleavage-baring lace dress while arriving at “An American in Paris” on Broadway. Blake Lively, watch out.

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Two days after the Supreme Court’s historic ruling on same-sex marriage, New York City’s annual pride parade was the biggest and brightest party of the year. So it should come as no surprise that a number of famous faces wanted in on the celebration.

LGBTQ patron saints Ian McKellen and Derek Jacobi were front and center, decked out in matching rainbow sashes, kissing supporters on their cheeks, and raising their Panama Jack hats.



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Hedwig and the Angry Inch star Darren Criss opted for a tee instead of his character’s famous fishnets when he climbed on top of Hetrick-Martin’s float, flying his Technicolor flag high.

The award for most committed ensemble goes to Orange Is the New Black. The women of Litchfield went above and beyond to show their enthusiasm. Yael Stone and Jackie Cruz danced—in a style we assume Mr. Healy would not approve of—on top of the OITNB float.

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And just a few avenues over from the city’s kaleidoscopic street celebration at the Dream Downtown, Caitlyn Jenner joined in on the fun and made her first big public appearance. During the Jared Needle and Voss Productions party, Jenner and six friends stopped by the hotel to see transgender icon Candis Cayne’s performance, but it was Jenner who stole the show. The crowd offered their unbridled support for her, chanting, “We love you, Caitlyn!”



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ESPY Host Joel McHale Responds To Criticism Of Caitlyn Jenner’s Arthur Ashe Courage Award

There’s been some serious backlash to ESPN’s decision to honor Caitlyn Jenner with the Arthur Ashe Courage Award, but that doesn’t bother ESPY Awards host Joel McHale.

The comedian and host of “The Soup” told HuffPost Live on Wednesday that he’s been asked a lot about Jenner’s award in the run-up to the ESPYs, which will air July 15, and he only has words of support for the Olympic legend and new transgender icon.

“There’s no time limit, I don’t think, on when you’ve accomplished something athletically for this award. Obviously it’s very controversial. People have very strong opinions about Caitlyn Jenner. But I think being the most famous American decathlete is a massive achievement, and there’s no doubt — some people don’t think it, but I think it’s courageous what she did,” McHale said.

And controversy aside, McHale added that he’s got more pressing concerns about his own job at the ESPYs.

“People are constantly asking me, ‘So, what do you think of [the award]?’ I’m like, ‘I didn’t decide this. I’m hosting the show. I’m just hoping the jokes land. That’s all I care about,'” he said.

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Moving On: ‘FTLOG, Caitlyn Jenner Is Not Pretending to Be a Woman’

I am going to tackle head-on the conservative attack on Caitlyn Jenner that has erupted since the Rachel Dolezal story broke. I will leave the response to Dolezal to others to parse, but I will take my colleague, Jonathan Capehart’s advice and “move along” to, once again, school the conservatives in biology.

As Richard Pérez-Peña reported in The New York Times:

But many conservative commentators accused liberals of hypocrisy for accepting Caitlyn Jenner as a woman, but not Ms. Dolezal as black. ‘So, to recap, if Rachel Dolezal says she is a man, we must all agree, on pain of being publicly censured,’ Rod Dreher wrote in The American Conservative. ‘But if Rachel Dolezal says she is black, it is fair game to challenge her claim.’

In National Review, Charles C. W. Cooke wrote that ‘lies are not necessarily delusions, and it is possible that Dolezal is just a good old-fashioned fabricator,’ but he predicted that people on the left would eventually come to her defense.

I have to hand it to the right-wing noise machine to not have missed an opportunity for the trifecta of attacking feminists, trans women and African-Americans all at once. Quite an impressive feat, actually, with little preparation. But it all falls apart if we take the simple tweet Jonathan Capehart sent:

FTLOG, Caitlyn Jenner is Not Pretending to Be a Woman.

Charles Cook, quoted above, provides a number of explanations for Dolezal’s behavior — lying, delusional behavior or “good, old-fashioned” fabrication. I can add confabulation, an old-fashioned ruse, or maybe simply a padding of the résumé which got out of hand years ago and fit so well she even forgot her own truth. They all fit under the umbrella of pretense.

Caitlyn Jenner is not pretending. Jenner has been a woman since birth — or more likely, before birth — like many, if not most, trans women. The development of transsexualism, the condition of being transgender, is well described by experts in the field as “atypical gender development.” There is research galore to satisfy anyone’s, including an open-minded conservative’s, curiosity. And while there are variations in trans biology, many which have yet to be seriously studied due to the general American discomfort with all things sexual, it really is pretty clear cut: your sense of self as a sexual being, your gender identity, is rooted in your brain. We all, as human beings, have a gender identity. For the small proportion of the population, roughly around a half of a percent, whose gender identity doesn’t match their genitals, the choice is to either live with the dysphoria, or reassign their gender to fit their gender identity, with or without anatomical and physiological interventions. This isn’t, when you get down to it, very complicated.

Sean Davis, writing in the Federalist, states:

In a 2013 essay for The Atlantic, writer Ta-Nehisi Coates explained the social, not biological, foundation of race in the modern age:

Our notion of what constitutes ‘white’ and what constitutes ‘black’ is a product of social context. It is utterly impossible to look at the delineation of a ‘Southern race’ and not see the Civil War, the creation of an ‘Irish race’ and not think of Cromwell’s ethnic cleansing, the creation of a ‘Jewish race’ and not see anti-Semitism. There is no fixed sense of ‘whiteness’ or ‘blackness,’ not even today.

He makes a great point. We know precisely the definition of male (an X and a Y chromosome) and female (two X chromosomes)-or at least we did before society lost its collective mind-but is it possible to give a precise, quantifiable definition of black or white?

Coates argues that you can’t, because so much of it depends on the social and historical context of a given culture.

I agree with Coates, because regardless of the biological differences among the groups we classify as races, be they the perceived differences in melatonin levels in skin melanocytes or the genetic heritage of Ashkenazi vs. Sephardi Jews, the lived reality of the “races” in our modern world is purely a social construct. Where he steps in it is his categorical statement, reminiscent of the recent statement of Archbishop Cordileone about Jenner — “The clear biological fact is that a human being is born either male or female” — which is utterly false. I’ve written about this in greater depth the past two weeks, and I won’t repeat myself here. Davis doesn’t know that the definition of male and female is “precise,” because it isn’t. That he, like Cordileone, states his cartoonish definition of sex as a simple fact is simply more evidence of the reality of cultural and religious conservatives who have, since the days of Galileo, refused to take the time to understand science or how it works. Ideology trumps reality, and it must be so comforting to be so simple-minded.

There is also a particular reason that this analogy of “transracial” to “transgender” is so hurtful to the trans community. The lead proponent of the effort to repair trans kids, Dr. Ken Zucker of the Center for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) in Toronto, once famously concocted a new diagnosis called “racial identity disorder” to justify his team’s efforts at reparative therapy:

Suppose you were a clinician and a 4-year-old black kid came into your office and said he wanted to be white. Would you go with that? … I don’t think we would.

In that NPR interview Zucker went on to say:

By declaring the child as transgendered at, say, age 3 or age 4 or age 6, and then saying in a sense, ‘Go with the flow,’ … that will impact, I believe, on how the kid’s gender identity differentiates.

The reporter interpreted that comment to mean that Zucker has come to believe that taking the view that kids are born transgender ultimately produces more transgender people. So have a few other holdouts, like Bailey, Blanchard and Vilain, about whom I’ve recently written. As Vilain and Bailey said about trans girls -” we would prefer to save Maxine the serious medical interventions and possible side effects,” which is simply a polite way of saying they’d like to spare the world another trans woman.

Finally, to show that not all conservatives are transphobic simpletons, we have this studied response from Nick Gillespie of the libertarian wing:

To say that Jenner’s very public coming out disturbed social conservatives is an understatement. Between the ritual unwillingness to use female pronouns in relation to Jenner to exhortations that she is clearly deranged, it’s fairer to say that cons lost their shit.

‘A surgically damaged man appeared on the cover of Vanity Fair, and the applause is mandatory,’ opined National Review’s David French. ‘If we’re not going to defend as a party basic principles of male and female, that life is sacred because it comes from God, then you’re going to lose the vast majority of people who’ve joined that party,’ howled Iowa talk-radio host Steve Deace.

It probably didn’t help that Jenner called herself a Republican in a widely viewed interview with Diane Sawyer and that low-wattage GOP presidential candidates Lindsay Graham and Rick Santorum showed kindness toward the one-time world-record holder.

In a great roundup of conservative responses to Jenner (from which the French and Deace quotes are cribbed) and a keen analysis of why the antagonistic response is ‘ultimately a loser’ for conservatives, The Economist’s Will Wilkinson writes, ‘Caitlyn Jenner of Malibu is a leading indicator not of the secularisation of America, but of the ongoing Americanisation of Christianity.’

At Outside the Beltway, Doug Mataconis argues that when conservatives equate Dolezal and Jenner, they aren’t making ‘serious arguments, of course.’ [It’s just] another attempt by social conservatives to demean transgender people, a phenomenon that has been quite prevalent on that side of the political spectrum over the past two weeks. Even taking the arguments at face value, though, they don’t add up…

Rachel Dolezal didn’t ‘choose her race,’ she committed fraud by lying about her background. She can choose to adopt whatever culture she wishes, but that’s not what happened here. She lied about her background, not just to the public but apparently also on job applications.

That’s fraud. The people who are trying to use this case to draw analogies to, or mostly just to make stupid, snarly comments about, the issues raised last week by the Caitlyn Jenner story, are just being obnoxious jerks.

Once again we have conservatives behaving badly. I hope we all, including the feminists among us, have learned from these past few days, and will choose to discriminate between pretense and truth.

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Why Comparing Rachel Dolezal To Caitlyn Jenner Is Detrimental To Both Trans And Racial Progress

When news broke that Rachel Dolezal, the Spokane NAACP chapter president and a professor of African-American Studies at Eastern Washington University, was a white woman who had pretended to be black for nearly a decade, the primary emotion people expressed was deep confusion, followed by denial and anger.

Black Twitter instantly descended on the story, hilariously deconstructing the situation with hashtags like #RachelDolezalPlaylist and #askrachel, while many — including Dolezal’s family members — openly condemned her behavior. Her 22-year-old brother, Ezra Dolezal, told The Washington Post that what she’s doing is effectively blackface, adding, “Back in the early 1900s, what she did would be considered highly racist. You really should not do that. It’s completely opposite — she’s basically creating more racism.”

And yet, despite overwhelming criticism, some commentators have questioned whether Dolezal has done anything wrong. Many have pointed to her living as a black woman as an example of something known as #transracial identity, even comparing Dolezal’s story to Caitlyn Jenner’s transition.

But let’s make one thing clear: transracial identity is not a thing.





The idea that Dolezal’s choice to publicly identify as a black woman — one who occupied positions of power in spaces specifically designated for members of a marginalized group — is the same as being a trans woman, simply doesn’t add up.

What Dolezal did is culturally appropriative, and suggesting otherwise disrupts actual discussions about transgender identity and issues. (It’s also worth noting that a white woman’s decade-long deception has effectively hijacked the conversation about race, during a week where the nation was focusing on police brutality in McKinney, Texas.)

As Darnell L. Moore of Mic eloquently put it, “In attempting to pass as black, Dolezal falsely represented her identity. Trans people don’t lie about their gender identities — they express their gender according to categories that reflect who they are.”

Racial divisions may ultimately be a construct, Moore notes, but “skin color is hereditary.” And it’s skin color that primarily determines racial privilege, and the way others in the world interact with your racial identity.

Transracial identity is a concept that allows white people to indulge in blackness as a commodity, without having to actually engage with every facet of what being black entails — discrimination, marginalization, oppression, and so on. It plays into racial stereotypes, and perpetuates the false idea that it is possible to “feel” a race. As a white woman, Dolezal retains her privilege; she can take out the box braids and strip off the self-tanner and navigate the world without the stigma tied to actually being black. Her connection to racial oppression is something she has complete control over, a costume she can put on — and take off — as she pleases.

While an undergrad at Bellhaven University in Mississipi, the now 37-year-old Dolezal was in Voice of Calvary, a “racial reconciliation community development project where black and whites lived together.” After graduating, she applied to grad school at Howard University, earning a full ride scholarship, as a black woman, after submitting an art portfolio comprised solely of African-American portraits. It was around this time, Dolezal’s parents claim, that she began actively presenting herself as a black woman, eventually working her way up to president of the Spokane NAACP in 2014. It seems that at some point, Dolezal’s interest and fascination with blackness morphed into fetishization, exotification and actual erasure.

Amidst the many hilarious Dolezal-related memes, countless questions remain. Why would someone pursue this kind of deception for so long? And why did no one call Dolezal out until now? Details about the last 10 years of Dolezal’s life have been trickling in, creating a hazy timeline of a woman seemingly determined to immerse herself in African-American culture. In an interview with The Washington Post, the Dolezals claim that their daughter’s interest in black culture may have began during her teenage years, around the time they adopted two black sons.

Dolezal’s Twitter account provides yet another public record of her desire to represent herself as black. She goes by @HarlemRenaissanc, tweeting things like “#Tyrese thinks #blackwomen are too independent. His reason for being single, or a preamble for why he’s gonna choose white women?”

It’s unclear what Dolezal believes her authentic racial identity to be — she has yet to comment publicly, and actively dodged the question when a reporter asked her if she was African-American on June 10. “I don’t understand the question,” she answered, ending the interview abruptly.

But what is clear, is that she wanted to “pass” as black, in black-dominated spaces, going so far as to claim a black man — to whom she is not related at all — was her biological father on Facebook.

Dolezal’s delusion and commitment to living as a black woman is profound. And it’s inherently wrong. The implications of a white woman, donning blackness and then using that blackness in order to navigate black spaces is offensive. Her passing flies in the face of the countless black women who have had to pass as white in the history of this country, not because of a preference for or fetishization of whiteness, but purely out of survival. And comparing her life to Caitlyn Jenner’s is an insult to Jenner’s personal struggle. “I’m not doing this to be interesting. I’m doing this to live,” she told Vanity Fair.

Dolezal is not trying to survive. She’s merely indulging in the fantasy of being “other.”

Perhaps the most unfortunate thing about the Dolezal story is that she has operated in activist spaces, and has consistently expressed a desire to actually help the advancement of black people. But as Twitter user @MoreAndAgain pointed out last night, Dolezal could have gone to Howard, taught African studies, and been a member of the NAACP without actively trying to imply through self-tanner and curly wigs that she was black. (The NAACP’s statement, released this afternoon declaring that “one’s racial identity is not a qualifying criteria or disqualifying standard for NAACP leadership,” backs this assertion up.)

If Dolezal had lived her life as a visibly white ally, it would have been a powerful statement. Instead, she chose to actively lie about her identity, betraying the trust she had built within black activist spaces. There is the possibility, of course, that Dolezal’s behavior goes far beyond mere white cluelessness and white appropriation, into the territory of mental illness. However, until she comments publicly, the drive behind her behavior remains a disturbing mystery.

Whatever the underlying motivations, comparing Dolezal’s behavior to the real struggles of black and trans people is dangerous, irresponsible, and sets back the progress we’ve made in discourse on race and gender. Dolezal should not, and cannot, get a pass for passing.

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Seth MacFarlane Finally Addresses Those Caitlyn Jenner ‘Family Guy’ Clips

Earlier this month, Caitlyn Jenner introduced herself to the world with a 22-page Vanity Fair photo shoot. Jenner had only publicly come out as transgender back in April in an interview with Diane Sawyer, which led many to wonder: Did “Family Guy” actually know about this years ago?

Recently, “Family Guy” clips have resurfaced that some are saying predicted Jenner’s transition. In one clip from 2009, Stewie Griffin calls Jenner “an elegant, beautiful Dutch woman.” In another, Jenner dances provocatively for a crowd while Peter Griffin says, “Just wanted to remind you fellas what you’re all fighting for.”

When asked how the jokes came about during a recent “Ted 2” conference call, “Family Guy” creator Seth MacFarlane said he’s “too savvy to comment on the issue to the media.” He explained, “Once the outrage industry shuts down, I will be happy to have an adult conversation about all of this stuff anytime anyone wants, but, even though I’m on the side of support, I just don’t think there’s any way to … you just got to play it safe because the climate is just too charged. Anything I say can and will be used against me.”

The comedian added, “My philosophy is live and let live, and if something makes someone happy, and they’re able to do it — as long as it isn’t hurting anybody — live and let live.”

During the call, MacFarlane also addressed political correctness in comedy, saying that most of the perceived outrage over jokes comes from the media, not the public. He added, “Nobody sets out to — at least I don’t — nobody sets out to offend or shock for the sake of shocking. You set out to get laughs.”

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The Politics of LGBTQ People: Caitlyn Jenner and Class Differences

Should LGBTQ people automatically get along with each other because they are designated as a minority group that has endured decades of oppression and stigmatization? It was exactly a year ago that I decided to pen an article exploring the LGBTQ acronym and why we remain divided when that will only lead to failures in achieving civil rights. And what do you know, last week a preponderance of negativity arose out of Caitlyn Jenner’s posing for Vanity Fair magazine since her conservative politics are disconnected with the presumed LGBTQ’s population’s liberal politics. But let’s delve a little deeper into the situation because what is dividing us aside from various values and ends is class differences. I said it, it is a fight over class, and let me explain how.

Caitlyn Jenner is a white, able-bodied, wealthy celebrity, former athlete, who has decided at the ripe age of 65 to transition from a male to female. According to the comments that have circulated in social media since earlier last week, Caitlyn was formerly embraced by the LGBTQ population for taking this huge step in her life — but when LGBTQ people shed light on the real Caitlyn regarding her conservative politics, we all changed our opinions to abandon her without reservation. Should we ignore her now that we understand what her predominate political views are, or should we give her a chance to see if those views will change over time as a transgendered person? Of course, we should not forget that Caitlyn has a planned show to air soon, so we have to remember what possibly underlies the agenda here: likely, making money!

Turning the conversation back to class, LGBTQ organizations have only hired leaders who are invested in white, privileged, able-bodied, patriarchal politics. Boards of these organizations are privileged and do not have an interest in those in the lower and middle classes who likely have intersecting minority identities. We have witnessed this struggle since the beginning of the LGBTQ movements, in HIV/AIDS activism, among other social movements that have occurred in American history.

I am a working-class man who came from poverty: thinking about class differences will always be part and parcel with anything I do in life. As such, I have felt, noticed, and experienced firsthand accounts of privileged, white, gay men who are oblivious and disinterested in the values of marginalized groups within the LGBTQ population. When I made attempts to discuss why this ignorance occurs, I have been objectified and silenced. The bigger question is why does class not enter the dialogue when so many of us are not privileged? It has been written about extensively that class is an invisible force within our capitalist economy where the hypothesis is the individual can dictate and control the outcomes through their autonomy and self-determination. This is conservative bullshit politics to keep the disempowered enslaved, reinforcing the myth of making ends meet in a deregulated economy that only privileges the one percent. And with this trend of lasting deregulation is the consequence of the 99 percent being in huge debt and barely surviving.

So, what happens to the multiply marginalized LGBTQ people if they cannot fight for their values to be part of the LGBTQ agenda? Common sense would tell you that their voices go unrecognized and the privileged LGBTQ class continues to dictate the how, what, who, why, when, where. Caitlyn Jenner, although a role model in demonstrating self-acceptance, has used all of her one percent status to get surgery, in order to boost her ego and public image. Tell me who has 100 million dollars net worth like Jenner to transition successfully, when I have met personally a number of poor, working and middle-class transgendered people who have endured psychological turmoil before, during, and after the transition process. The transition has taken years, mainly unsuccessful, some even remain with original plumbing, some with scars from bad cosmetic surgery, and some feeling regret from not having the backing of family, friends, and a career to support them. Can we compare the lives of the former and latter? Once again, class is the divide here.

Let’s remember the class politics with Ian Reisner and Mati Weiderpass, both wealthy, Jewish, gay men, who own a number of gay venues and properties and deny that they provided presidential campaign funds for conservative Ted Cruz after, including hosting a party at the hotel they own, The Out Hotel. I am not looking to attack them for their contributions even if I contentiously disagree with them for supporting Cruz, but class is the dividing difference here where the values and allegiance of rich, wealthy LGBTQ are with corporation, for-profit, and deregulated environments. Sexuality in this occurrence obviously sits much further down on the hierarchy of needs (maybe does not make it on the list?) and earning more money despite being millionaires is the top priority.

My recommendation, I reiterate as in the past, is for the 99 percent of LGBTQ population to forget settling our differences with the 1 percent; instead, we are the majority voice and need to exercise that right regularly. Our voices, stories, identities, beliefs, and values deserve the front page of news articles, in social media, in interviews, in books — everywhere! I am not asking for revolution to effect change, but for the acknowledgement that class plays a significant role within LGBTQ politics. And with this acknowledgement will develop a public consciousness in the LGBTQ population on how to level the playing field.

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Ne-Yo Responds To Website’s Claim That Caitlyn Jenner Inspired Him To Come Out As Gay

Ne-Yo has responded to a report alleging that he was recently inspired to come out as gay after learning about Caitlyn Jenner’s journey.

In an article published earlier this week, the site NewsBuzzDaily.com quoted the R&B singer as stating:

“Bruce [sic] Jenner really gave me the inner strength to admit to my kids, my family, my friends, my fans and ultimately to myself that I am gay. I’ve known I was gay since I was a young boy that I was attracted to the other boys. As a black man, we fear gayness instead of embracing it. Watching Bruce, well Caitlyn, sit down with Dianne Sawyer on ABC really inspired me. Bruce [sic] is very brave and beautiful. As soon as he [sic] came out as transgendered [sic], she freed herself and thats the freedom I want.”

Though the website offered no source for the quote and provides a disclaimer that reads, “NewsBuzzDaily.com is a combination of real shocking news and satire news. Please note that articles written on this site are for entertainment and satirical purposes only,” many took the quote at face value and believed it to be true.

Ne-Yo addressed the claim with a pair of tweets on Friday:

Although the singer mistakenly labels Jenner as gay, rather than transgender, hopefully the tweets can put the faux controversy to rest.

Ne-Yo has long faced rumors about his sexuality. In a 2009 interview with Essence, he said:

“Honestly, when I first heard that there were rumors out there about me being gay I thought, Wow someone must really hate me. There’s nothing wrong with being gay, but I just couldn’t understand why someone would make up lies like that. I remember speaking to Jay-Z about it and he was like, ‘Look, man you haven’t made it until someone says you’re gay.’”

The singer is currently promoting his latest album, “Non-Fiction,” and will play a concert with Ludacris on June 14 in Brooklyn, New York, at the Barclays Center.

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Kylie Jenner Defends Caitlyn Jenner After Chris Brown Posts Transphobic Instagram

While many celebrities have been vocal in their support of Caitlyn Jenner following her debut on Vanity Fair’s July cover, unfortunately, some have not. And Jenner’s daughter Kylie Jenner is not going to take the insults lying down.

After Chris Brown reposted a transphobic meme that referred to Caitlyn Jenner on his Instagram account Friday, the 17-year-old “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star reportedly commented on the post, writing, “Not very nice to say about your friends dad.” Brown’s post has since been deleted, but Kylie Jenner’s tweet Friday seemingly alludes to the incident:


Kylie Jenner and Chris Brown have been spotted hanging out together on various occasions. Jenner has shared photos of herself with Brown on her Instagram account, and the Jenner sisters participated in a charity kickball game with the “Forever” singer in July 2014.

The Huffington Post has reached out to Jenner and Brown’s reps for comment and will update this post if one comes through.

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Overvalued Genitals and Undervalued Brains – A Trans Response to Christian Conservatives Uncomfortable with Caitlyn Jenner

The impact of Jenner’s debut has been nothing short of extraordinary. Media outlets that struggled to properly report on trans persons in police blotters just a few years ago are suddenly interested in the topic. “Ex-trans persons,” those few scattered across the country over many years, suddenly become resurrected. Christians of all stripes begin to weigh in directly, not simply flinging afterthoughts to their decades-long homophobia.

I’d like to address the response of the Christian conservatives. I had found it tantalizing during my years of advocacy in Maryland that some of those most opposed to gay rights and marriage equality were either supportive of trans persons or, at worst, apathetic. They wouldn’t support gender identity legislation, so as not to break with their anti-gay team which found the distinctions between and trans confusing, and thereby dangerous to consistency of message, but seeing trans as a medical condition they were surprisingly sympathetic.

Today, post-Jenner, with the surrender of many religious conservatives on the impending “redefinition of marriage,” they can no longer afford to treat trans persons as afterthoughts. We must be attacked head-on theologically. That, however, is proving to be rather difficult.

The most notorious transphobe, the Catholic Professor Paul McHugh, a decade ago accepted the reality of gender identity when his Hopkins colleague, Bill Reiner, proved its existence scientifically. While he still sees trans women as mentally ill, because he can’t unravel gender identity from sexual orientation, he’s been left behind by his fellow psychiatric colleagues who long ago, with few exceptions, gave up any religious underpinning to issues of sex and gender. The article referenced above with his most recent rant (pity poor Johns Hopkins University which can’t get this guy to stop from embarrassing them) actually had the temerity to state that ” there are scientists who disagree,” as if there are today more than a handful. McHugh is a classic example of a professor in over his head – a psychiatrist who doesn’t understand the basics of human sexuality recognized by all professional medical organizations, including the World Health Organization, and a Catholic fundamentalist who seems to have never studied ancient texts.

An American Catholic theologian, Salvatore Cordileone, the Archbishop of San Francisco, sums up his critique of transsexualism by stating, categorically, “The clear biological fact is that a human being is born either male or female. “End of story. However, there are traditions in ancient Biblical culture (Midrash Bereshit Rabbah 8:1) that had the first being as an intersex person, an hermaphrodite.

The Rabbis of 2000 years ago recognized six types of sex among humans – female, male, androgynous, tum tum, aylonit and saris -and the Torah (Isaiah 56:4-5), as well as later Christian Scripture, recognized eunuchs (saris, many of whom were either intersex or trans women) as a higher form of humanity. It’s very hard to pin your entire catalog of disapproval on one sentence in Deuteronomy, and those efforts pale in comparison to the concoction of millennia of homophobia rooted in one sentence in Leviticus.

So why this resistance? Even Biblical literalists must recognize there are many passages which conflict with the absolute pronouncements of a Cordileone or McHugh, who, by the way, was responsible for the Vatican’s pronouncement back when it was run by the right-wing Benedict. When they get down to it, they always revert to a view of biological sex as rooted in genitalia. But, as I’ve pointed out, religious authorities (and the Greeks before them) have for millennia recognized that sexual anatomy and physiology are not that simple.

This belief, that genitals = sex, has been so deeply rooted in society that intersex babies have been left to die or “converted” into vagina-bearing beings raised as girls once the surgical techniques allowed the condition of ambiguous genitalia to be resolved to the wishes of the parents. When modern medicine routinely considered the birth of an intersex infant to be a pediatric emergency, and hid the follow-up care in silence and obfuscation, it’s no wonder that the average individual can’t comprehend that we have minds that are sexed to the degree where we know what sex we are, irrespective of our genital anatomy. There are millions of intersex individuals whose chromosomes and genes don’t match their genitalia or whose genitals are ambiguous, and it seems clear that if they would only come out as gay and trans persons have over the past few decades, society would have a hard time ignoring the complexity of human sexuality.

It’s one thing to deny the embodied brain and its manifestation in a subjective feeling of gender identity, because that is a function of a theory of mind that as yet has few tangible physical manifestations. People’s difficulties coming to grips with all sorts of brain conditions and their mental and emotional manifestations makes that abundantly clear. But when presented with live humans with Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome or 5′-alpha reductase deficiency, it become impossible, short of a categorical denial of reality, to ignore the scientific evidence. Church leaders have been allowed for too long to evade the medical evidence.

Southern Baptists who talk of trans persons “rejecting your gender” misread the fact that trans people are doing the exact opposite – embracing their gender and their sex as embodied in their brains. Russell Moore, the head of the ethics arm of the Southern Baptist Convention, said, “The cultural narrative behind the transgender turn … is rooted in the ancient heresy of Gnosticism, with the idea that the ‘real’ self is separate from who one is as an embodied, material being.” Aside from the fact that few people care about “ancient heresies” in general or Gnosticism in particular, the core of the trans experience is indeed rooted in “an embodied, material being.” Just not in the overvalued genitals but in the undervalued brain.

At times it hard for me to accept that some men of religious persuasions are so intent to circle the wagons to maintain their hegemony and control over their womenfolk, and so afraid of a few hundred thousand trans women who are comfortable with being rid of an appendage that developed in opposition to their brain (because, if you bother to check, human sexual development in utero is a complex dance with many moves and, therefore, many outcomes). Acceptance of the trans experience will not lead to millions undergoing gender transition, just as the growth of same-sex marriage has not led to the catastrophic disappearance of opposite-sex marriage. If it’s led to anything novel, beyond the bourgeoisification of the gay experience, it’s the growth in gay divorces.

The Christian community is the victim of its forty-year tradition of equating every natural disaster with gay behavior, and imagining the worst possible outcome to every possible situation. Maybe that tradition derives from the Revelation stories, and so has a long and venerable history, but it’s a lousy way to live. Especially when it means driving your children to suicide or being in a state of high anxiety every time you enter a public bathroom.

I will take issue with Emma Green’s closing comment in The Atlantic piece: “The adjustment period on this issue will be complicated. And as the response to Caitlyn Jenner has shown, it’s only just beginning.” The adjustment period is at times complicated, but it has been going full throttle for the past 15 years. While few have been paying attention, science and medicine, academia, corporate America, the federal government, almost half of the state governments, and over 200 municipalities, many of which exist in red states, have been adjusting and doing so successfully. Cait Jenner just lifted the lid off the volcano; the pioneers have been at work for decades, and thanks to seemingly endless supplies of courage, tenacious advocacy and education, often against strong resistance and heavy odds, have made Jenner’s transition possible.

All that’s changed is that now, thanks to Jenner, “the whole world’s watching.”

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Kylie Jenner Shames Chris Brown After He Slandered Caitlyn Jenner On Instagram [PHOTOS]

Chris Brown is having a hard time deciphering who his friends are at the present time. A day after he allegedly terrorized his ex-girlfriend Karrueche Tran in the wee hours of the night, he did his buddy Tyga no favors after he publicly threw shots at her girlfriend’s father, Caitlyn Jenner.

There’s a popular meme going around that bigs up Akon’s new solar project and tears down Caitlyn Jenner’s transgender unveiling in the process. Snoop Dogg already got hit with the backlash and now it’s Breezy’s turn.

Via Billboard:

While Brown made quick work of deleting the meme, a lot of his fans noticed — and someone very close to the situation reportedly noticed too. According to a screengrab, Kylie Jenner — a friend of Brown’s and Caitlyn’s daughter — commented on the photo before it was deleted. “Not very nice to say about your friends dad,” the alleged comment read.

Jenner and Brown were just spotted together on Thursday, on the video set for Chris’ new song with Kylie’s boyfriend Tyga.

What a tangled web these Kardashians weave across the entertainment world. As of press time, Chris Brown is back to being “konfused.”

Flip through the gallery below to see all the kraziness that recently transpired from this latest ordeal. Chris Brown and Tyga’s Fan of a Fan album is also in stores now.


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Reminder: ‘Family Guy’ Predicted Caitlyn Jenner Was A Woman In 2009

In a 2009 episode of Family Guy titled “We Love You, Conrad,” in which Brian briefly dated Lauren Conrad, Stewie made this throwaway joke at the expense of Jenner claiming that he was a “beautiful, elegant Dutch woman” that had apparently birthed Brody Jenner from his/her vagina.

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An Open Letter to Caitlyn Jenner

Congratulations, Caitlyn!

No matter ones station in life, coming out as transgender in a world where misogyny and heteronormativity is used to police women and women’s bodies, is truly a heroic act.

There are few of us who have been publicly outed by the media, and none of us can know what you went through as a trans woman while entertainment-based outlets such as TMZ presented your story in such a way as to deliberately berate and demean you. The fact that you are still with us, despite suffering with dysphoria is testament to your courage and your strength of will — the same qualities that helped you win gold in the ’76 Olympics.

There are some within the community who will be not as welcoming as others; pointing to your privilege over the vast majority of trans women, and excluding you for it, forgetting that just as in the cisgender population, there are women of all social classes, shapes and sizes who are transgender. I understand that you’re not a spokesperson for the community, you said this yourself in your brave ABC interview, but your privilege and celebrity affords you the opportunity to be heard in a way in which most of us will never experience. Even if you choose not to embrace advocacy, and it’s definitely not for everyone, please be mindful of how fortunate you are and use your voice to lift the voices of others and draw attention to the plight of trans women of color, anti-transgender discrimination, transphobia and the fact that the vast majority of your sisters do not have access to transition related care, and in many cases, basic healthcare. One of the most powerful messages in your ABC interview was when you mentioned the violence against trans women of color on primetime TV. Never before has there been any mention in national media of the violence and murders that plague the transgender community. This was a hugely pivotal moment, and hopefully just the beginning of using your visibility to help others.

There will be those on the outside who will seek to tear you down and denigrate you, and some who will try to use you for their own political and financial gain. Jill Soloway, writer of Transparent, has come under critical attention for her use of a cisgender man to portray the transition of a transgender woman. The actor in question, had previously been in a show in which transphobic punchlines and jokes were the norm. Her wanting to build an episode of Transparent around you is an attempt at silencing some of her critics, especially after her own transphobic comments about you and will likely not be well received by a large portion of your sisters, who will view taking part in Transparent as being out of touch with the community. We are fighting for acceptance and look to those who have visibility to take a stand. While the benefits to the community through someone with your visibility portraying a trans woman authentically on TV would be truly groundbreaking, please ask yourself whether Transparent is the right vehicle now that you’re more familiar with the show’s backstory.

Sadly, despite your celebrity — and in some ways because of it — now that you are out as a transgender woman you will quickly find out that you may no longer be welcome in spaces that you once were. Regardless of your political leanings, as a trans woman you have become a target for the majority of those who share the same political views as yourself, as evident in the way in which Neil Cavuto, Nicole Russell, and Fox stations in general throughout the U.S. have mis-gendered you and reported on your transition. Please don’t be discouraged, there are plenty of us in the middle or to the left that would welcome you with open arms and a hug.

Finally, and most importantly, thank you for your bravery in starting to live an authentic life under the constant scrutiny of the media. Regardless of what the Russell’s and Cavuto’s of this world might say, you are brave and you are an inspiration to others.

In your Diane Sawyer interview, you stated:

I would like to work with this community to get this message out. They know a lot more than I know. I am not a spokesman for this community. I believe we can save some lives here.

I would like to tell you that, yes, Caitlyn, you can. More than that, I sincerely hope that you do. I hope that you choose to become more active in the community and speak out against the very things that kept you hiding yourself for so long — too long. Caitlyn, you are arguably the greatest athlete America has ever seen, a seemingly honest and sincere person, a father, role model, possibility model, inspiration and above all else, a woman.

Caitlyn, honey, welcome to the sisterhood.

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My Connection to Caitlyn Jenner

I met Caitlyn Jenner back when the name was Bruce Jenner. I was a high-level discus thrower living in San Jose. Back then, if you were a thrower, you lived in San Jose. Track was a serious sport in that area.

It was a phenomenal atmosphere to be a part of. On a day-to-day basis I could go to the training area and be throwing beside Wolfgang Schmidt of Germany or Mac Wilkins, the U.S. Gold Medal winner from the 1976 Montreal Olympics. In fact, my roommate at the time was a guy named Mike Buncic who represented the US in the Barcelona Olympic Games in 1992.

With all these incredible athletes around, it was impossible not to progress.

Jenner lived in the San Jose area as well. She hosted her own track meet: The Bruce Jenner Invitational at San Jose City College. It was at this meet in 1984 where I threw what would turn out to be the furthest discus throw of my career. It was not unusual to get twenty thousand people to watch a track meet at the time.

Roughly eight years earlier I watched — like much of the world – as Jenner came across the finish line of the 1500 meter final event of the Decathlon in Montreal to win the gold medal. To put this achievement in perspective: The results Jenner posted in the majority of her events would have let her win virtually any local college-level track meet, against any entire team… by herself.

Someone handed her a small American flag after she finished and that image ended up on the Wheaties cereal box. You can’t plan those moments out any better.

Her success was part of the reason I transitioned to track and field after my hockey career came to a screeching halt as a goalie at Malden Catholic High School (MA). MC was great at hockey… I was not, so it was on to track.

When I went up to the awards booth after my big throw, there was Jenner — the legend — just hanging out being the celebrity. Still presenting as male, she was “Classic California man,” with the long hair and physique one would expect. It was a highlight of my career.

Unfortunately, most people only know Caitlyn for her more recent celebrity status as part of the Kardashian train wreck… I mean, TV show.

My daughter texted me a photo of the cover of Vanity Fair with Caitlyn on the cover. At first, I had no idea who it was. Was she sending me this because her friend’s name was Caitlyn? Was there a caption I couldn’t read? When I opened it up and saw the full photo along with the magazine headline I was floored.

Caitlyn looks great! I can say that with all honesty.

I cannot image the bravery it took to go through a change like this under such massive scrutiny. Every moment chronicled. Even Caitlyn’s Wikipedia page has already been updated.

Unfortunately, Caitlyn’s success and personal story may only serve as additional fodder to prolong the misery that is Keeping Up With the Kardashians series. Never have so many profited so much from the presence of one woman’s famous derriere! Please make it stop…

Truth be told, the most talented individual on the cast was a man relegated to “back-burner” minor character status. This year, Caitlyn will turn 66 years old. Looking fit and no longer a minor story.

I was trying to find a way to segue this into a fitness thing… what could the point be?

Be your own person?

Take care of yourself because you never know when you will be on a magazine cover?

Hmmm…

I guess the only real point is that people can show strength under a multitude of difficult situations. Just keep going and you will eventually find the support you need.

Good luck Caitlyn.

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The Caitlyn Question: Will Advertisers Embrace Her?

The media world is ready for Caitlyn Jenner — but are fashion and beauty advertisers?
As Vanity Fair relishes the flood of media coverage from its cover story on the transformation of Bruce Jenner to Caitlyn, brands are beginning to ponder whether to tap her as one of its faces. A potential one is MAC Cosmetics — long known for edgy advertising — which reportedly is in talks with Jenner about an ad campaign. Sources said the idea is being considered within the halls of parent the Estée Lauder Cos. Inc., but no approach has been made. The company said, “MAC is a brand that embraces all ages, all races and all sexes and is a longstanding supporter of the LGBT community. We are inspired by Caitlyn Jenner and her personal journey and we admire her courage and beauty. We have not signed Caitlyn as a spokesperson for MAC.”
While Jenner is seen as a natural fit for MAC — whose past faces range from RuPaul to Dame Edna and Lady Gaga — she might not work quite as well as the face for fashion designers and retailers, where there are few brands known for risk-taking, thought-provoking ad campaigns. Even Benetton, one

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As Caitlyn Jenner is Learning, Trans Equality is a Many-Layered Undertaking, Riddled with Paradox

Can a trans woman in the process of becoming authentic advance trans equality while simultaneously setting back women’s equality in the broader sense?

Eric Sasson, writing in The New Republic, put it well, with the headline mimicking Neil Armstrong from Tranquility Base, Luna – “One step forward for Caitlyn Jenner, one step back for womankind.” Six weeks after her coming-out interview with Diane Sawyer we now have the authentic Jenner for the world to see – Caitlyn on the cover of Vanity Fair. Her boudoir cover girl pose, recalling the starlets of the 30’s and 40’s. Introducing her new name, Caitlyn, disconcertingly more characteristic of millennials than Medicare recipients. The rollout set a new record for the Twitterverse, generating more new followers per unit time than anyone before her, including President Obama. Clearly she knows how to market herself well.

There’s been a lot of chatter in the trans community about this coming-out event, with many vociferously defending her right to do it her way. I agree – none of us gets a veto, and few have any input at all. Feminists who believe in full women’s empowerment, as I do, cannot honestly deprive her of her agency in this matter. I also imagine many of us would kill to be shot by Annie Leibovitz, showing us our 30-year-old (photoshopped) selves that never were, and it’s hard to begrudge an American icon that privilege.

Where we can weigh in, though, is on the potential consequences of her actions. She humbly stated in April that she is not a spokesperson for the trans community, and that she hopes she can make a positive contribution. Like it or not, however, she is now the world’s most recognizable trans woman, with no one else close in second place. That stature brings with it a great responsibility.

My concern, and my disappointment with her coming-out profile, was her doing so in a boudoir, pin-up girl pose. Yes, she’s gorgeous. Not bad for an old lady, and we should all look as good when we obtain our Medicare cards. But she could have, as the professional she is, presented herself in a manner that did not slide in so smoothly with the routine sexual objectification of the American woman, and that opens her, and by extension the rest of us, to the claim that she’s playing out an erotic fantasy.

There are those, such as Drs. Michael Bailey and Ray Blanchard, about whom I’ve recently written, who believe just that. This presentation, even when it succeeds as a marketing bonanza, plays right into their hands. We saw the pre-transition Bruce Jenner back in April; now in June we’re treated to a sex kitten.

We all know that Jenner, like most of us, were all once children who understood our transgender selves. That her struggle, as narrated to Diane Sawyer, began as a child in Tarrytown, New York, and was carried out in secret for nearly six decades. Facts like that get lost, however, when people who have never known anything about the transgender experience see Bruce one day in a shlumpy oversized polo shirt and then Caitlyn in a merry widow. Explaining the years it takes for a woman to fully transition gets lost in this rapid “now you see me, then you didn’t” sleight of hand.

This is not to say that trans women aren’t sexual beings with erotic feelings. Just as the gay community needed to bury their sexuality to present the full spectrum of the complexity of gay men and women, so have trans women needed to publicly subsume their sexuality to change the terms of the debate. Cisgender straight men and women don’t have the same problem, though all women have to deal with oversexualization, commodification and objectification. Keeping in mind that not only is she a woman but a part of the greater community of women might bring sufficient understanding to her to consider the larger ramifications. Rhonda Garelick puts it well in today’s New York Times:

The French writer Simone de Beauvoir famously wrote that “one is not born a woman, one becomes one.” She was referring to the innumerable embellishments, codes of behavior and self-censoring acts required by femininity, the turning of the self into a prestige commodity. In becoming a woman before our eyes, Caitlyn Jenner proves that little has changed since 1949, when de Beauvoir wrote those words. To be admired in the public eye, to be seen, a woman must still conform to an astonishingly long, often contradictory list of physical demands — the most important being that she not visibly age.

Trans women, uniquely among all women, have had to fight for recognition as females from a culture averse to scientific reality. In that atmosphere it is all the more important that we navigate the cultural shoals of gender expression and the codes of femininity with greater awareness of the impact of our actions.

When trans persons were finally included in the consideration of sex discrimination under Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, I proudly stated that while I was no longer a 4th class citizen, I remained a 2nd class one with all my sisters. However important the battles against transmisogyny are, they are only a small part of the still overwhelming misogyny prevalent in American culture that impacts all women.

We’ve seen the same trans self-centeredness when a group of trans men demanded that women’s reproductive rights groups amend their language to exclude “women” in order to be more inclusive, ignoring the far greater impact of right-wing hostility on the reproductive autonomy and health of women. Similarly we’ve seen a small number of trans men trying to change the language used by women’s colleges, even though, arguably, as self-identified men, they shouldn’t have been accepted in the first place. Such behavior is particularly egregious when many of those women’s schools hadn’t even been willing to accept trans women at that time.

People have been calling Jenner a hero, a champion, and a role model. I haven’t heard anyone call her a leader, a title which she has wisely to date refused to embrace. But the reach of her public exposure, even before the Kardsashian machine goes into full gear, makes her a de facto leader, and that necessitates a strenuous effort on her part to put the community’s needs over her personal ones. This is understandably not an easy thing to do during her second puberty, but she owes it to the community to temper her behavior with some mature self-awareness.

It has been said that Jenner, being white, privileged, Christian, Republican, wealthy and old, is disqualified for this role. Clearly she can’t easily relate to those who don’t have her blessings, but at the end of the day the best she can be is herself. Truly recognizing that her personal needs take priority only when she’s out of the public eye is critical, and that the leadership that is being thrust upon her by her public persona necessitates full consideration for all those less fortunate whenever she speaks out or comes forward. The more beautiful she is, the more people pay attention, and the greater the responsibility. If this is too much of a burden she can do what she described as her future plans – spend her retirement with her children and grandchildren. While there will probably always be paparazzi around, such activities are worlds apart from an Annie Leibovitz spread in terms of their impact on the public. I can only hope that she has at least one confidant who can assist her as she ventures out into the full glare of the reality show universe. Much of our future progress towards equality may depend on it.

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An Open Letter to Caitlyn Jenner

Where do I begin? As the mother of gender non-conforming children, I just do not know where to begin.

Thank you just doesn’t seem to be enough. But it’s a start.

Thank you for having the courage to be who you have always felt you were meant to be. Thank you for breaking the gender norms that so many were too afraid to break.

Thank you for paving the way for my children to be who they truly feel they were meant to be. Because of you, my children will not have to live a lie. Because of you, my children will struggle less. Because of you, my children will be happier.

Thank you for showing the world that this is real. It really is possible to be born into the wrong body. It is possible to live an entire life too afraid to be who you feel you were really meant to be.

Thank you for being the world’s most awesome athlete. Thank you for being a sex symbol. Thank you for being such a man’s man. It just makes your transition all the more amazing.

Thank you for giving my children a voice. Thank you for putting my mind at ease. Before you, I was terrified at what the future held for my children. Now I know they will be okay.

Thank you for doing all of this so publicly. It had to be a difficult decision to make. But as I mother I can’t thank you enough for making it.

Thank you to your family for being supportive. Thank you for showing the realness of it all. It’s a very hard thing to come to terms with a family member struggling with gender issues. No matter who you are.

Thank you for starting this conversation.

I now have a person my children can look up to. I have a person my children can look at and think, I can be whoever it is I feel I was meant to be.

Thank you for single-handedly paving the way for my children and children everywhere. Thank you for being a new type of role model. Thank you for having the courage to do all of this.

A man transitioning into a woman is not the end of the world. It’s just the beginning.

Thank you for being Caitlyn.

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An Open Letter to Caitlyn Jenner

Where do I begin? As the mother of gender non-conforming children, I just do not know where to begin.

Thank you just doesn’t seem to be enough. But it’s a start.

Thank you for having the courage to be who you have always felt you were meant to be. Thank you for breaking the gender norms that so many were too afraid to break.

Thank you for paving the way for my children to be who they truly feel they were meant to be. Because of you, my children will not have to live a lie. Because of you, my children will struggle less. Because of you, my children will be happier.

Thank you for showing the world that this is real. It really is possible to be born into the wrong body. It is possible to live an entire life too afraid to be who you feel you were really meant to be.

Thank you for being the world’s most awesome athlete. Thank you for being a sex symbol. Thank you for being such a man’s man. It just makes your transition all the more amazing.

Thank you for giving my children a voice. Thank you for putting my mind at ease. Before you, I was terrified at what the future held for my children. Now I know they will be okay.

Thank you for doing all of this so publicly. It had to be a difficult decision to make. But as I mother I can’t thank you enough for making it.

Thank you to your family for being supportive. Thank you for showing the realness of it all. It’s a very hard thing to come to terms with a family member struggling with gender issues. No matter who you are.

Thank you for starting this conversation.

I now have a person my children can look up to. I have a person my children can look at and think, I can be whoever it is I feel I was meant to be.

Thank you for single-handedly paving the way for my children and children everywhere. Thank you for being a new type of role model. Thank you for having the courage to do all of this.

A man transitioning into a woman is not the end of the world. It’s just the beginning.

Thank you for being Caitlyn.

Eileen O’Connor is an amazingly talented woman, wife, and mother living on the mean streets of Chicago’s south side with her equally adorable family.

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An Open Letter to Caitlyn Jenner

Where do I begin? As the mother of gender non-conforming children, I just do not know where to begin.

Thank you just doesn’t seem to be enough. But it’s a start.

Thank you for having the courage to be who you have always felt you were meant to be. Thank you for breaking the gender norms that so many were too afraid to break.

Thank you for paving the way for my children to be who they truly feel they were meant to be. Because of you, my children will not have to live a lie. Because of you, my children will struggle less. Because of you, my children will be happier.

Thank you for showing the world that this is real. It really is possible to be born into the wrong body. It is possible to live an entire life too afraid to be who you feel you were really meant to be.

Thank you for being the world’s most awesome athlete. Thank you for being a sex symbol. Thank you for being such a man’s man. It just makes your transition all the more amazing.

Thank you for giving my children a voice. Thank you for putting my mind at ease. Before you, I was terrified at what the future held for my children. Now I know they will be okay.

Thank you for doing all of this so publicly. It had to be a difficult decision to make. But as I mother I can’t thank you enough for making it.

Thank you to your family for being supportive. Thank you for showing the realness of it all. It’s a very hard thing to come to terms with a family member struggling with gender issues. No matter who you are.

Thank you for starting this conversation.

I now have a person my children can look up to. I have a person my children can look at and think, I can be whoever it is I feel I was meant to be.

Thank you for single-handedly paving the way for my children and children everywhere. Thank you for being a new type of role model. Thank you for having the courage to do all of this.

A man transitioning into a woman is not the end of the world. It’s just the beginning.

Thank you for being Caitlyn.

Eileen O’Connor is an amazingly talented woman, wife, and mother living on the mean streets of Chicago’s south side with her equally adorable family.

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There has been a din of voices — many of them cisgender — weighing in on Caitlyn Jenner’s Vanity Fair reveal. The majority of commentary has been support and praise. Aside from the usual string of transphobic comments from Internet trolls, most reactions have been positive, revolving around Jenner’s bravery, beauty and “realness” — concepts that the cis mainstream often clings to when embracing trans women. So when Laverne Cox posted a Tumblr blog yesterday celebrating Jenner, but also unpacking the politics of beauty surrounding Jenner’s warm reception, it was an interesting moment to gain real perspective from a trans woman.

“Yes, Caitlyn looks amazing and is beautiful,” Cox wrote, “But what I think is most beautiful about her is her heart and soul.”

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Cox argued that the emphasis on trans women’s beauty can be dangerous, writing, “There are many trans folks because of genetics and/or lack of material access who will never be able to embody [cisnormative beauty standards]…we should be seen as ourselves and respected as ourselves.”

Too often, mainstream acceptance is based on how traditionally feminine a trans woman can look, and often, a lack of material access, or a lack of desire to appear traditionally feminine makes it harder to achieve that acceptance. There’s no denying that wealth and whiteness inform Jenner’s positive and groundbreaking public reception.

What is perhaps most interesting about Cox’s commentary, is how just beneath the surface it seems to address (and maybe even critique) the parallels and differences between her own journey and Jenner’s.

“I have always been aware that I can never represent all trans people,” Cox writes, a sentiment she’s expressed before to address the criticism she’s received surrounding her celebrity.

Cox has an enthusiastic following, but she’s been called out in the past for being a “bad” feminist or a “bad” trans activist. In 2010, She got flack for allegedly perpetuating patriarchal ideals of womanhood on the reality series “TRANSform Me,” where she and two other trans women instilled cis women with confidence via feminizing makeovers that included getting rid of “boy clothes that women should not wear.”

In April, she appeared nude in Allure magazine, and the photo shoot was both praised as an empowering moment for trans women of color, and drew ire from feminist critics, most notably the blog feministcurrent. Blogger Meghan Murphy wrote: “So we are to believe that…achieving a ‘perfect’ body, as defined by a patriarchal/porn culture, through plastic surgery, then presenting it as a sexualized object for public consumption equates to ‘radical self-acceptance?”

At her talk at The New School last October with bell hooks, the feminist author praised Cox as a “goddess for justice,” but in the same breath accused her of conforming to Eurocentric and patriarchal ideals of beauty with her high heels, designer dresses and signature blonde wigs.

Jenner, on the other hand, has not received nearly as much criticism about her traditionally feminine appearance. Some have suggested that there’s a double standard in the way Jenner has been accepted vs. how Cox has been, that as a white woman Jenner has been afforded less scrutiny and more accolades, and that her cover photo (as Marc Lamont Hill put it on Twitter) has “smuggled in the same old cis/Eurocentric narratives about womanhood.”

Of course, the overwhelmingly positive reaction to Jenner’s transition is ultimately a good thing, and it makes sense. She’s older, she was once a beloved Olympian who represented the epitome of hypermasculinity, and has been a reality TV star connected to one of the most talked-about families in America for the last nine years.

But whether intentional or not, the image of Cox’s Time magazine cover beside Jenner’s Vanity Fair cover, speaks volumes. The timing of Cox’s blog post, and its simultaneously celebratory and critical tone, sparks questions about how the narratives of visible trans women are constructed. The Jenner buzz has a lot to do with celebrity culture and the current conversation around trans people, but it also brings up questions about race and privilege that have yet to be addressed in a meaningful way.

And yet, it’s difficult to know where and when it’s right to leverage these kinds of critiques. Did Cox’s essay detract from Jenner’s history-making moment? As it critiqued the beauty-conscious culture that informed support for Jenner, was it also critiquing her glamorous look? It’s hard to say.

Defending herself last year against bell hooks’ accusations that her feminism is compromised by her highly feminine presentation, Cox said: “This is where I feel empowered, ironically, and comfortable. I think it’s important to note that not all trans women are embracing this, but this trans woman does. And this trans woman feels empowered by this.”

Jenner’s Vanity Fair cover, similarly, is an empowering moment — even as we complicate its implications. That, perhaps, is the biggest takeaway from Cox’s essay. The expectations put on the current group of visible and successful trans women, both white and WOC, are becoming increasingly unrealistic.

Why is it the responsibility of trans women, as they knock down doors, to also subvert gender norms, to smash the patriarchy, and to defy deep-seated standards of beauty? It isn’t, and it shouldn’t be. Cox, Jenner, and all trans women should have the freedom and the agency to make their own decisions, and to walk in their own truths. There’s a larger conversation to be had, of course, about what Jenner’s Vanity Fair spread means going forward: how it will trickle down to less privileged and visible trans people, and if it will in fact effect political change. Caitlyn Jenner has cited Laverne Cox as an inspiration to her, and in spite of everything, there’s a power in that. Today, Jenner has not only graced the cover of a respected mainstream magazine and garnered the support of millions of people. Finally, she is being seen, and heard, on her own terms.

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Caitlyn Jenner’s Impact Is More Than Skin-Deep

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A day after Caitlyn Jenner broke the Internet with the release of her Vanity Fair cover, there’s more to talk about than her gorgeous portrait. After shattering Twitter records and revealing her true self to the world, Jenner’s officially become one of the most famous transgender people in the world. In a video released today for Vanity Fair, Jenner thanked those who came before her.

“There [are] a lot of very intelligent women,” she said. “You look at some of the people, the pioneers trying to get the message out: Laverne Cox, Janet Mock, Geena RoceroCarmen Carrera. Back in the eighties I was alone. I’m kind of following in their footsteps. They made it easier for me. I hope with my honesty, I can make it easier for somebody else down the line.”

It’s a carefully worded acknowledgement of transgender pioneers that couldn’t be better timed. Orange Is the New Black star Laverne Cox applauded Jenner Tuesday morning in an open letter that also offered a nuanced reaction to the Vanity Fair cover, tapping into an ongoing conversation about the conflict of traditional beauty standards and transgender identity. “Yes, Caitlyn looks amazing and is beautiful,” she wrote, “but what I think is most beautiful about her is her heart and soul, the ways she has allowed the world into her vulnerabilities.”

As Cox explains, she and Jenner are both celebrated very publicly for their feminine looks, which align neatly with Americans’ predisposed ideas of what the definition of beauty is. But for many trans people, looking like Cox and Jenner is an unobtainable goal. “Most trans folks don’t have the privileges Caitlyn and I have now have,” Cox wrote. “It is those trans folks we must continue to lift up, get them access to healthcare, jobs, housing, safe streets, safe schools and homes for our young people. We must lift up the stories of those most at risk, statistically trans people of color who are poor and working class.”

Popular author and transgender rights activist Janet Mock echoed the sentiment, tweeting that there are important tasks still at hand:

This is something Jenner, too, has acknowledged publicly. In her sit-down interview with Diane Sawyer in April, she said that although she “is not a spokesman” for the community—she wants to work with the community to “get this message out.” “The suicide rates, murder rates, the difficulty—for especially black female trans women—I would like to think that we can save some lives here,” she told Sawyer. For Jenner, a famous, affluent, white female, it was a forthright acknowledgement of her privilege.

According to the Vanity Fair article, Jenner’s forthcoming docu-series on E! will feature an episode in which Jenner and “several transgender women will take an R.V. from the Los Angeles area to San Francisco to visit a center for transgender youth.” Although Jenner does not want to be a spokesperson, it seems she understands her role as a trailblazer, and the responsibilities it will carry.

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Caitlyn Jenner Talks Breaking The Kardashian Tradition Of ‘K’ Names

NEW YORK (AP) — Choosing between a “C” and a “K” for her new name was no small task for Caitlyn Jenner, considering her famous K-heavy family of Kardashians.

In new material from Jenner’s Vanity Fair interview teased Monday online, she said coming up with a new name had her looking in a variety of places.

“It’s one of the hardest things in life — choosing your own name,” she said. “One way she attempted to come up with ideas was by watching the Miss America pageant.”

She also liked Heather and Cathy, but Caitlyn was a front-runner when her assistant, Rhonda, independently suggested it, Jenner said.

She responded: “I love that name, too!” and the coincidence helped seal the deal, according to Vanity Fair.

But Jenner went back and forth about how it would be spelled, deciding it was best to break the Kardashian tradition.

Jenner was married to Kris Jenner and is step-parent to the Kardashian clan. Her daughters are also named K-names — Kylie and Kendall.

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Caitlyn Jenner, formerly known as Bruce Jenner, introduced herself to the world today in her Vanity Fair cover story. Soon after, Twitter flooded with praise for Jenner, including tweets of support from her family and celebrities. Jenner also broke President Obama’s Twitter record on Monday, gaining over one million followers within four hours of her first tweet.

After debuting on the cover of Vanity Fair in a photo shot by Annie Leibovitz, the Internet began saying that Jenner resembled other famous women. While some made comparisons to Geena Davis and Rene Russo, the general consensus was that Jenner looked a lot like Jessica Lange. The comparison even began trending on Twitter.

While The Daily Beast was interviewing Lange on Monday for an unrelated story, they asked the “American Horror Story” actress if she’d heard about the trending comparison. First, they gave Lange a quick explanation of what exactly “trending” meant — “Trending on Twitter because Caitlyn Jenner [is] on the cover,” Lange said. “You see, I don’t do any of this stuff, the Internet.”

Then Lange said she hadn’t yet seen the cover. “Oh, really?” she said in response to the comparison. “That’s so wonderful. Well, now I’m going to have to look for that picture.”

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Drake Bell Says He’ll Still Call Caitlyn Jenner ‘Bruce’

Caitlyn Jenner, formerly Bruce Jenner, has received widespread support online after publicly coming forward with her new identity on Monday, but at least one celebrity fired off a transphobic comment on Twitter.

Drake Bell, the former Nickelodeon star, indicated he would refuse to acknowledge Jenner’s new identity.

“Sorry…still calling you Bruce,” he tweeted.

This set into motion all the usual stages of a Twitter meltdown.

There was an attempt at rationalization, in which Bell suggested it was a sign of respect.

“I’m not dissing him!” he wrote, using the pronoun that Jenner no longer uses. “I just don’t want to forget his legacy! He is the greatest athlete of all time! Chill out!”

There were insults directed at those offended:

“Calm down children” he wrote.

An attempt to brush it off:

“Good thing social media has no effect on real life,” he wrote.

And finally, of course, the final stage: deletion. However, the tweets have been preserved in a number of places, including Page Six, Perez Hilton and Billboard.

Bell’s reaction not withstanding, Jenner’s revelation has been met with widespread acceptance and respect, and her new twitter account already has nearly 1.7 million followers, prompting this tweet:

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