Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Caitlyn Jenner Named Glamour Magazine's Woman of (Part of) the Year

Caitlyn Jenner -- who came out as transgender seven months ago -- was recognized for her LGBT advocacy work at Glamour magazine's 25th annual Women of the Year awards last night at Carnegie, being hailed "The Trans Champion."
"I am so blessed I have family. And not one of them has abandoned me; they've all been support of me. It's incredible," Jenner said in a video collage before taking the stage. "Of all the things I've done in my life, Caity is why God put me on this earth: to tell my story; to be honest with myself about who I am. And in doing that, making a difference in the world. And I'm very happy to be living on the other side."
Keep up the good work, gurl!

Read about all of the magazine's other women of the year HERE.


dishy said...

she's a fucking Kardashian. 'Nuff said.

Bob K said...

I applaud the fact that Caitlyn has helped understanding for the general public and made it a bit easier for trans people. I would have preferred a role model who was not so into fancy restaurants, designer dresses, self-promoting TV shows, and BEING A REPUBLICAN. If she endorses a republican presidential candidate (any of whom would badly hurt our interests, particularly with the Supreme Court), I hope one of her implants drops to her waist.

Leah said...

FYI, Judith Light introduced her and got really weepy, which I found interesting. And CJ's best line was something like "I never in a million years thought I'd be here—and I bet you didn't either!"

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