Earlier this year, Caitlyn Jenner took a job pushing anti-trans talking points, despite being one of the most famous transgender women on the planet.
Many were shocked when Caitlyn promoted the segregation of trans students. Many activists had been warning of this for years.
Recently, Cait fell to a new low point: she attacked, stigmatized and even confused the gender of another trans woman.
Caitlyn claims that someone who works for her attacked the transgender TikToker… but she defends anything but gender confusion.
Caitlyn Jenner addresses her fans in a precisely tagged ad on Instagram.
In the last days of October, Caitlyn Jenner’s Twitter account went after a trans TikToker named Dylan Mulvaney.
Dylan has been cataloging her experiences as a woman, documenting the days since her transition.
What got a number of political miscreants, like Cait, after Dylan was one post in particular about body positivity. Well, and the fact that Dylan is trans. For too many people, that alone is enough.
So, in a TikTok video from May, Dylan spoke candidly about how strangers will stake out trans women’s bodies.
Specifically, she discussed how skirts and some pants can inadvertently “come off” trans women who haven’t had butt surgery. Long story short, just like with men’s clothing, you sometimes notice when someone has a penis.
“Normalize the bulk. We are normalizing the bulge,” Dylan said. “Women can have lumps, and that’s okay.”
What she talks about is both the internalized stigma some trans women feel and the way people might react.
Trans women who have not yet undergone genital surgery, or who do not intend to, may feel compelled to dress differently.
But wearing pants or a skirt as a trans woman is no more obscene than wearing it as a cis man. People have bodies and we can all see the shapes of those bodies through the fabric. That goes for boobs, butt cheeks, dongs, and elbows.