Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Caitlyn Jenner

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Caitlyn Jenner

Bruce Jenner, the former Olympic gold medalist, decided to become a woman named Caitlyn Jenner. Now reports say Caitlyn Jenner is having second thoughts about being a woman and is thinking about “transitioning” back to Bruce.

Wow. The end must be near!

Caitlyn’s biographer and those close to her are saying she is having a hard time being a woman. Jenner’s publicist denies these claims, but there are numerous reports of people closest to Caitlyn saying she wants to switch back in the next few years.

Reports are saying that Caitlyn still is interested in women and for some reason is having a hard time finding the right one. Really?

This is the man/woman that decided to bring the transgender issue front and center and is now having thoughts of changing? That just makes this whole thing even more laughable. Honestly laughable.

We have an Olympic star who becomes a female on national TV and sparks a pro- transgender movement that has reached a point where we are changing our bathroom laws to account for the sliver of transgenders in the population.

Now after causing all that mess, Caitlyn wants to go back? Do we get to go back to actually having a male and a female bathroom?

Can we go back to not having confused kids in first grade learning about how some men like to dress up like women and head to the docks on a Saturday night?

Can we get back some of our soul that we lost during this discussion?

Will Bruce Springsteen play in North Carolina again?

This whole thing is a mess and there is no going back.

No matter what Caitlyn does to “transition” back to Bruce, she will still have parts of a she, when she is a he. She is going to make him wear a bra for the rest of his life. So when he is no longer a she and back to being who he was, is he no longer transgender? Sorry, we’re just confused, like every other rational person in America.

One thing we are not confused about is the direction of this country and it isn’t looking good.

Are you confused? Let us know in the comments.

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Gay Vote

Well, that was easy.

Despite Bruce (now Caitlyn) Jenner stumping for Ted Cruz as the constitutional leader that could put our nation back on track, the Texas senator managed to lose the vote of the LGBTQ community in a record-breaking six seconds.

Pastor Kevin Swanson took to a stage to introduce Ted Cruz at a recent rally, but before doing so, called for the execution of homosexuals:

Swanson: “Yes, Romans Chapter 1 verse 32, the Apostle Paul does say that homosexuals are worthy of death. His words not mine. And I am not ashamed of the Gospel of Jesus Christ! And I am not ashamed of the truth of the word of God. And I am willing to go to jail for it!”

Where’s Bruce Jenner now?

Watch and comment below:

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Caitlyn Jenner was named the most fascinating person of the year—according to Barbara Walter’s annual “10 Most Fascinating People of 2015,” special, which aired last week.

According to the octogenarian news anchor, Jenner caused a “seismic shift in the gender universe” this year when she transitioned from a man named Bruce to a woman named Caitlyn.

“The transformation of Bruce Jenner, who performed heroic feats of endurance in winning the Olympic gold medal for the decathlon, into Caitlyn Jenner, who performed heroic feats involving hair extensions and eye makeup, was fascinating,” said Walters.

She added: “Caitlyn’s celebrity brought new attention to the grim reality of life for many transgendered people.”

Despite Jenner quickly becoming—by far—the most famous transgender person on the planet and giving new visibility to the nascent transgender-rights movement, she’s faced a backlash of criticism from a number of other, less famous transgender women.

Their biggest complaint is that, while many of them have been thrown out of their homes and face poverty and employment discrimination, Jenner is wealthy—and is, thus, free to get plastic surgery to make herself look more feminine and buy designer clothes, all while documenting her experiences on a reality show.

Jenner’s also faced criticism from old-school feminists, who are angered at the idea that a “privileged man” could decide to become a woman—as is becoming a woman is just a matter of getting some hair extensions and pretty dresses.

And, of course, Jenner’s also faced a backlash from many on the right—who don’t believe it’s possible for Jenner (or anyone) to change her biological makeup to become anything but a man in a dress.
But, whether loved or hated, it’s clear that Jenner has been a major point of discussion in 2015—and Walters is sticking by her decision to honor the transgender sports hero.

“She became a champion for people who had long been pushed to the margins of society,” Walters explained. “Famous and familiar, she raised awareness and acceptance of transgendered people. Through her own transformation, Caitlyn Jenner transformed society this year.”

She added: “And that, for us, makes her the most fascinating person of 2015.”

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As Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, and Martin O’Malley debated on Saturday in Des Moines, Iowa, one celebrity watched it on TV—after being denied entry to the event.

Caitlyn Jenner—the reality star, former Olympian, and transgender icon—happened to be in Des Moines visiting her alma mater, Drake University, which housed Saturday night’s debate. As Bruce Jenner, she was a Drake track-and-field champion while attending in the 1970s.

Thinking it would be fun to see the event in person, Jenner had her team reach out and request tickets to the event.

She was denied.

Even though her request personally went up to the David Rhodes, the president of debate host CBS News, the Democrats refused to budge.

“Our person told her person that we don’t have any tickets left, which happens to be factual,” Rhodes later explained.

It’s strange that the Democrats, who have bent over backwards in recent years to cast themselves as the party of contemporary civil rights fights, on gay issues and transgender issues, would eject the world’s most famous transgender person from the event—because, theoretically, that’s the kind of “diversity” they should love having in the audience.

However, there’s been chatter since that Jenner being denied entry wasn’t a result of no available tickets, or her celebrity, or even because she’s transgender—rather, it could be a result of her party affiliation.

Despite being transgender, Jenner is actually well-known as a conservative Republican, and reiterated those beliefs in a recent interview earlier this year, even after she had announced her transition to a woman.

Jenner, who apparently stayed in the same Des Moines hotel as the Democratic candidates, instead watched the debate on TV with a group of Drake University students.

When asked by reporters what she thought of the Democratic choices, Jenner replied that she still planned to vote Republican in 2016.

“They didn’t convince me,” she added.

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The liberal Left is flipping out–after a prominent “liberation feminist,” Germaine Greer, is being accused of “transphobic” comments.

Though Greer has a long history of making comments that run against the liberal Left’s narrative about transgenders, she’s again under fire after taking aim at Caitlyn Jenner–the former Olympian once known as Bruce Jenner, who came out as transgender earlier this year.

Greer took aim at Jenner winning Glamour magazine’s “Woman of the Year” award. She thinks, because Jenner was born a man, she isn’t a woman.

Being the radical feminist that she is, Greer also saw misogynistic overtones in Jenner’s fight for transgender rights.

“I think it’s misogynist. I think misogyny plays a really big part in all of this, that a man who goes to these lengths [to become a woman] will be a better woman than someone who is just born a woman…It seems to me that what was going on there is that he/she wanted the limelight that the other, female, members of the family were enjoying and has conquered it, just like that.”

Greer’s comments mesh with her previous stances on transgenders. In 2009, she authored a controversial column where she wrote:

“Nowadays we are all likely to meet people who think they are women, have women’s names, and feminine clothes and lots of eyeshadow, who seem to us to be some kind of ghastly parody, though it isn’t polite to say so. We pretend that all the people passing for female really are. Other delusions may be challenged, but not a man’s delusion that he is female.”

Greer, for her stance, has been largely disavowed by the Left. A petition from Cardiff University, created with the goal of getting a lecture from Greer cancelled, accused her of “misogynistic views towards trans women.”

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It’s not every day a rapper quotes the Bible to strike at the heart of liberal pop culture–but that’s exactly what Waka Flocka Flame did.

During an interview with a New York City radio station on Saturday, Flocka talked about the changing role of families in America–and how the media contributes to people refusing to be adults:

“You know what the world is today? Women are afraid to be a wife. Young males are afraid to be men. It’s not cool,” said Flocka.

He continued: “They’re not marketing that. They’re not marketing young families and husbands and wives anymore. They’re marketing young girls and transgenders. They’re marketing evil.”

Which brought up the cause of Caitlyn Jenner–and Flocka had some choice words for the transgender Olympiad.

“God ain’t put them feelings in you, man. That’s the devil playing tricks with your mind. That’s a test from God.”

Flocka has also announced a run for President as a Democrat back in April–with a strange launch via Twitter that said, “I’m dead ass running for president in 2016.”

While Flocka’s political ambitions may seem to be going nowhere, it’s refreshing to see a member of the music industry standing up for family values.

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Caitlyn Jenner, the “female” face of Olympian and ex-male Bruce Jenner, would seem to be wishy-washy on more than just the meaning of gender.

In an interview with Ellen Degeneres, the openly gay talk show host and loud proponent of the gay agenda, Jenner was less than enthusiastic about the topic of gay “marriage”. She said that while her views have “changed” she identifies not only as a woman but as a Republican Conservative. Pretty sure that a shock ran through the studio audience at that particular pronouncement.

To quote Jenner:

“I have to admit that I remember 15 years ago, 20 years ago, whenever it was the whole gay marriage issue came up at first, I was not for it, I thought, I’m a traditionalist. I’m older than most people in the audience. I like tradition; and it’s always been between a man and a woman, and I’m thinking, I don’t quite get it.”

Considering Jenner’s efforts to advocate for other transexual people and her placement in the LGBTQ community, Degeneres was not impressed by the answer she got. What is more confusing is how someone who has changed their entire identity and body through hormones and surgeries to suit a mental preference could consider themselves a “Traditionalist”.

She goes on to dig herself into hole and discuss how though she is not rallying support for gay “marriage” she does not, “…ever want to stand in front of anybody’s happiness.’ That’s not my job, okay? If that word – ‘marriage’ – is really, really that important to you, I can go with it.”

Just like how being a woman is really, really that important to you, so we should just go with it?

Though the full interview is set to air Tuesday, gay celebrities have been quick to criticize Jenner and point out the irony. Degeneres spoke on Jenner’s lukewarm support during a Howard Stern interview. She makes note of the fact that she doesn’t think Jenner should be having “judgement” against gays and “marriage” if she is going to parade around as a woman. The gay star who has been married to her wife, Portia de Rossi, for seven years, said that marriage is more than just a word and that the gay community wants, “the same thing”, as traditional marriage.

“The same thing”, Ellen, would be marriage between a man and a woman. You do not want the same thing.

Caitlyn Jenner’s E! Reality series which premiered on July 26th of this year already has plummeting ratings despite the outrage concerning the unisex Halloween costume of Jenner made available this summer.

The public’s opinion of Jenner seems to be as wishy-washy as her views on gender and marriage. It is doubtful that the reality TV star and Transgender Activist will be going anywhere out of the public eye any time soon.

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Caitlyn Jenner, at the time Bruce Jenner, struck a car in California man in a three car pile up on February of this year that killed a woman. Jenner was allegedly on her phone at the time of the accident and is being sued by multiple people injured in the crash and the family of the deceased. Worse for Jenner, she might be charged with vehicular manslaughter.

If charged, Caitlyn Jenner could serve a full year in prison. This begs the question, will Jenner go to male or female prison?

Federal law confers the right of Jenner to select which gender of prison she wishes to go to. This is according to a regulations mandated by the Department of Justice in 2003, which is only recently enforced, called Prison Rape Elimination Act or PREA. This law allows inmates to determine which gender they sexual identify with and in which population they wish to serve their sentence. The stipulation is that any transgender potential inmate must have legally amended their birth certificate to show the gender with which they identify.

This is not the only potentially controversial transgender prison issue of recent note. Bradley Manning, now known as Chelsea Manning, responsible for leaking confidential government documents to Julian Assange, the founder of Wikileaks, is serving time in Army prison. While the prison is for males, Chelsea is having her controversial hormone treatments paid for by the United States Army – otherwise known as the American taxpayer.

With roughly 700,000 transgender people in the United States it’s inevitable that some will find their way into the justice system. But with many transgender people lacking the ability to change their birth certificate there’s room for even more controversy. Will future inmates be allowed to change their prison gender preference at will regardless of stated sex on a birth certificate?

The culture is now accepting of transgender individuals, but penal policy has not caught up. The local controversies about young people who believe they are transgendered using the “wrong” middle school bathroom is difficult enough, but what fate awaits a transgender in a prison situation as once again, pop culture bolts way ahead of government policy and universal social acceptance.

Perhaps only a Supreme Court case will tell.

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Caitlyn Jenner’s new reality series, “I Am Cait,” may be in trouble–in just its second week.

Though the series premiere garnered about 3 million viewers, only 1.3 million people watched this week’s episode.

That’s about a 53% decrease between weeks–a tremendous ratings collapse.

The documentary show depicts Jenner–who was once known, as a man, as 1976 Olympic hero Bruce Jenner–and her journey as transgendered woman. (And, as she admitted last week, a Republican woman at that.)

Jenner announced she would be transitioning into female earlier this year, in a sit-down interview with Diane Sawyer, and made her first public appearance as “Caitlyn” on the cover of Vanity Fair magazine, posing in skimpy lingerie.

The low ratings come along with tepid critical response–with the New York Post calling the show an “unwatchable mess.”

The Post went on to criticize it for falling in a gray area between a serious documentary and cheap reality television, which “leaves viewers unsure what exactly they’re watching.”

“I Am Cait” has just six episodes remaining–and it’s unclear whether or not the show will (or intends to) continue with a second season.

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In Caitlyn Jenner’s new documentary series, “I Am Cait,” she shocked her friends–by talking about mainstream conservative economic beliefs.

The Olympic great–formerly known as Bruce Jenner–was discussing the issues and challenges transgender people face, namely their high levels of homelessness and unemployment.

Jenner’s friends quickly began talking about the need for government programs to help these people.

“It’s going to take a lot more,” said one friend, referring to government programs geared specifically towards transgender people. Another friend added, “I think if I was to focus on one area, it would be entry-level jobs…”

Jenner, who announced she “loved the Constitution” a few months ago in an interview with Diane Sawyer, wasn’t having any of these failed liberal economic policies.

“Don’t a lot of times [Americans] can make more not working with social programs than they actually can with an entry-level job?” she asked. “You don’t want people to get totally dependent on [welfare]. That’s when they get in trouble. ‘Why should I work? I got a few bucks, I got my room paid for.'”

Another friend of Jenner’s, later in the episode, tells the camera: “Now I’m worried” about Jenner’s political beliefs.

While Caitlyn Jenner is undoubtedly the highest-profile transgender person in the country, it’s clear that she’s not going to fall into the liberal Left’s tidy idea of what a transgender activist “should” be.


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