Caitlyn Jenner: I Just Had to Comment

Caitlyn Jenner is a transgender woman who was born male but identifies as female. She’s made headlines recently with her transition from male to female. Her story has been covered extensively by media outlets such as the New York Times, People Magazine, Vanity Fair, and many others.

The fact that she’s transgendered has generated debate among those who support her right to live life as she sees fit. On the other hand, there are those who believe that it’s wrong for someone like Jenner to have transitioned at all. Some argue that it’s not appropriate for a person to change their gender identity or sexual orientation without medical intervention, which would include hormone therapy and/or surgery. Others say that if Jenner wants to live as a woman, then she should just go ahead and do so.

What does Caitlyn Jenner want? Is it really necessary for her to undergo any sort of treatment? Shouldn’t society accept her decision to live as a woman? What are your thoughts on these issues?

Let us know in the comments section!

Caitlyn Jenner: I Just Had to Comment

Caitlyn Jenner has been in the news all year ever since she came out as a trans woman in an interview with Diane Swayer last April. The former olympian has been making headlines ever since. She has continued to meet with Ms. Swayer and has been getting a lot of media coverage. It is clear that she is very serious about her gender change.

I have to admit that I admire her decision to live her life as a woman. I grew up in a family that was never very open-minded, and I think that’s why I turned out the way I did. I just had to comment on issues I thought were important to me and my world outlook.

In any case, I think Caitlin has a lot of guts. A lot of people won’t agree with her life choices, but I think that she is doing what’s right for her. In this day and age, it’s hard to be different from the crowd, and I tip my hat to her courage. I have some friends who identify as trans and one who has undergone gender reassignment surgery.

From my understanding, it’s not an easy life.

You face adversity every day, but if that’s what makes you happy then why should anyone stand in your way?

It takes a strong person to live as a transgender, especially in this day and age, and that’s why I have to say that she inspires me. Despite the criticism and the negativity, she has lived her life on her own terms.

For me, that’s a very powerful thing. I just had to share my thoughts.

Thank you for taking the time to read my comment. Have a great day!

More Information: Cailtyn’s story is a tragic one. I think many people look at her success story and overlook the fact that she was not always a happy woman. Born in 1950, she grew up in a different time period, when the world was not as understanding of the LGBTQ community as it is today.

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I am not that Caitlin: a critique of both the transphobic media reaction to Caitlyn Jenner’s Vanity Fair cover shoot and of passing by SG Pillow – 2016 – digitalcommons.hollins.edu

The following sample Sociology essay is 2260 words long, in MLA format, and written at the undergraduate level. It has been downloaded 313 times and is … by SC O’Shea – Culture and Organization, 2019 – Taylor & Francis

‘Caitlyn Jenner “likes” Ted Cruz but the feeling may not be mutual’: Trans pedagogy and I Am Cait by C Jenner – writer.tools

How Pictures Make Bodies and Bodies Make PicturesGender as a Scopic System in Annie Leibovitz’s Photographs of Caitlyn Jenner for Vanity Fair and Pedro … by A Brady – European Journal of Cultural Studies, 2017 – journals.sagepub.com

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The framing of Caitlyn Jenner: a textual analysis by ML Williams – Celebrity Studies, 2020 – Taylor & Francis