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Caitlyn Jenner Writes First Blog Post for WhoSay Partnership

Caitlyn Jenner Writes First Blog Post for WhoSay Partnership

Caitlyn Jenner has written her first full blog post as part of a new partnership with WhoSay.

The 65-year-old former Olympian will be releasing a series of editorials called “The Real Me” to talk about the LGBT community, according to People.

“Hi everyone. Caitlyn here. First of all, I want to thank you all for your support. The response to my new journey has been overwhelmingly positive, and I’m eternally grateful for all of your sweet messages, letters and gifts,” she started off the post.

“Up until now, I have totally isolated myself from the transgender community so I have a lot of catching up to do. I feel such a responsibility to this courageous group to try to get it right and tell all sides of the story. To me, that’s always the biggest question: Am I doing it right?” Caitlyn continued.

Click inside to read the rest of Caitlyn Jenner’s first blog post…

A few weeks ago, I had dinner with some of my new friends – a group of six trans women – and I went around the table and asked each of them how long it had been since their transitions. One said 20 years, the other one said 15 years ago … seven years ago … three years ago …. They came around to me and I said, “Two weeks.”

Flash forward a few weeks, and I’ve already learned so much about this community, the issues and the people involved. It’s been an eye-opening experience for me – mainly realizing how fortunate I am.

I’ve heard every horror story there is in the book. You wouldn’t believe the types of ordeals these people have had, how they have had to literally fight for their own survival. Many trans teens are bullied and abused in high school. It’s just horrendous. Then there’s the other dark side of this issue – did you know that nearly 25 percent of the women in high-end sex business are reportedly trans women?

Seeing how my new friends have overcome their adversities is such an inspiration. They are so well-adjusted and smart. I’ll be sharing their stories here in the coming weeks, and I can’t wait for you to get to know them. They are just like you and me.

This is the first in a series of editorials where I will discuss the serious issues and lessons that I am learning through this process. I have so much to discover and hope that you’ll join me on this adventure.

Let’s live our true selves and make a positive difference while doing it.

–Caitlyn

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  • Mental Floss

    Way to go Caitlyn! Perhaps some of these women could tour with you to tell their story. Give back!

  • Martha Bartha

    She’s Trans Jenner!

  • Cinderella

    Ha, ha, ha! Another instant self-appointed know-nothing trans activist and “leader” has emerged from his-her closet and become born again and sent him-herself to do God’s good work among us! Thanks but no thanks. Caitlyn Bruce Jenner is a future case of transgender regret waiting to happen, CBJ makes big bucks on the way up and will make big bucks on the way down and the rest of us will get screwed coming and going. I especially like the part about the implicit “ordeal” of high-end tranny shemale hookers who must endure those $200 / hh incalls armed only with a 9″ fully functional “tool” (thick and juicy!):- please give me a break, I weep a tear for them but only one because that’s one more than they have ever wasted on anyone else! As for the bullied “trans” teens the correct name for them is “gender variant” (or “effeminate” if they are nominally male). About 0.1% of people are born naturally gender-variant and only about 5% of those manifest full transsexuality during adolescence but regardless of whether they are “trans” or not, they get bullied for being effeminate and not for being “trans” per se.

    As for CBJ this is a delusional autogynephile suffering from “transvestic disorder” as per the DSM-5 (or really “false gender identity disorder”) who will lose interest as the big bucks stop rolling in once the public stops thinking of him as a big-name macho sports jock who became a “woman” and starts thinking of her as a dotty old lady who used to be a big-name macho sports jock (ala Renee Richards (nee Richard Raskind)) and then he will write a best-selling book exposing transgenderism for being a big delusional fraud which will earn him more money and screw the true transsexuals along the way. Transgenderism is not the same as transsexuality and those are two mutually exclusive categories and transgenderists like CBJ routinely invade the transsexual space and try to exploit us and subjugate us with their alien ideology. CBJ, running-dog lacky of the Hollywood capitalist exploiters of transsexual people, please fo! and go home to where you belong and leave us alone, I would much rather be a free citizen of the Gay Commonwealth than to be an abject subject of the Transvestite Empire, that’s my Independence Day Declaration of Independence!

  • Curt Noydb

    Go away freak show! Your 15 minutes were up last week. Why not do a porno like your step-daughter? This had nothing to do with freedom or equality but more PR for media Family.

  • Jenny from the flop

    Slay queen

  • Jenny from the flop

    Go away? Honey, she’s thousand of miles away from your face. You’re the one holding tight on to her 💅🏻

  • Kristen Cunningham

    Thousands miles away and yet reaching millions of homes… so yes go away

  • Kristen Cunningham

    Sorry you don’t like manhood, it doesn’t mean you can just ya know switch it up

  • Kristen Cunningham

    and if you were dressing up like a woman before that my guess is you just have a strange sense of humor that isn’t received well amongst your gender so it’s like idk stop me if i’m wrong easier to be gay/trans than a guy who thinks dressing up as a woman is a hobby

  • Kristen Cunningham

    hobby/tradition/pastime that basically makes you someone who probably shouldn’t be around children

  • Kristen Cunningham

    I mean the gov’t loves to let total wackos adopt children, so the lgbt community given that responsibility isn’t exactly mindblowing

  • Kristen Cunningham

    just don’t tell us how healthy the environment is ok? man engaging man in intercourse nope that’s not a healthy environment for any child my guess is their just learning how to suppress feelings

  • Kristen Cunningham

    oh so healthy lol

  • Kristen Cunningham

    bruce with all the money you have why not just buy a network or something, you know kris doesn’t even want that big house or can’t you sell it? I think you should buy a network and just put Caitlyn on full blast til you realize no one cares… other than they find you assaulting their sensibilities.

  • Kristen Cunningham

    here’s one way for a man to be faggot and not get called out for it, start sleeping with other men, then it’s just mean lol cause ya know he’s gay!

  • Kristen Cunningham

    in my opinion you are all just sexually confused, like sexual experimentation gone somewhat wrong. and now you are thinking you are owning it but in reality you are just shoving it down the throats of those who didn’t even blink an eye

  • Jenny from the flop

    Never muhahahaha

  • Renee Abrams Waltz

    Why is it that now that you have stirred up crap, that you disappear? You should bring your Cait self to NC of fix what you started. Let me guess you have no money left since the Kardashians and you are not together and nobody wants to watch “I am Cait”. Just asking?

  • Renee Abrams Waltz

    no, he/she needs to fix the shit the he/she has stirred up in the country.

  • Renee Abrams Waltz

    Here is the thing Bruce “Caitlin” now it is a Racist issue on transgenders. Every pervert like the one in Chicago because he went into a womans bathroom is being called a transgender. You started this, now fix it.