Ima Gonna Slap Someone

In March 2015, Bruce Jenner transitioned over to the person he always felt to be the real person within thanks to the wonders of plastic surgery. This past week, the world got to look on a very lovely Caitlyn Jenner thanks to Vanity Fair. I was stunned by the feminine charisma she emulated. Simply gorgeous and finally confident.

I cheered. Some of my friends cheered with me. Happiness in anyone’s life is something everyone should hope another gets out of life. We should strive to keep the little green monster at bay. To see someone that was a prominent sports figure in US history boldly make the transition from male to female.

Then there was the ‘friends’ the jeered. Posting things like “If Bruce wants to be called Caitlyn, that’s fine but Caitlyn is a he, not a she.” Oookay. I guess even though that ‘friend’ doesn’t’ have one, they are a massive dick so maybe I should call them a ‘he’. The biggest face palm has been the one that fell for something that wasn’t true and doesn’t care that it was proven otherwise. Read on to find out what that was:



Someone thought it would be a good ha-ha to circulate a story that Noah Galloway was the runner up for the Arthur Ashe Courage Award. I find Noah so inspirational for what he’s overcome with his injuries. Yet the story had a flaw–News flash: there is no runner up. If other people are considered, they aren’t even mentioned in any way. Would Lauren hill been a good candidate? Sure! There are plenty of people in this world that could have won. In any case, those who don’t seek out the truth and like to start mass hysteria for their own hate-filled agenda, took the ball and ran with it. I’m sure the person who started the meme is cackling in a corner over this. Me? Not so much.

Snopes debunked the internet story but the hate continued so much that I walked away from the conversation. I don’t have time narrow-minded jackasses in my life. I believe it’s not so much who could have won more than the person who did. I mean Caitlyn embodies what the Arthur Ashe Courage Award is all about.

The Arthur Ashe Courage Award is an award that is part of the ESPY Awards. Although it is a sport-oriented award, it is not limited to sports-related people or actions, as it presented annually to individuals whose contributions “transcend sports”.

Your know who won in 2014? Michael Sam, an openly gay athlete that frankly I think the NFL didn’t really give a chance. He plays in a Canadian league now. How about 2015? Robin Roberts. Again, openly gay. Maybe I missed the hate march on these two great people. Then again, I’m not into goose stepping against the LGBT community either.

So many people could have won this award but isn’t that the case with a lot of awards? Kanye West incident, anyone?

Caitlyn Jenner his female parts now. Total transformation. Nothing male remains so get over it, haters. She’s free–something that was a dream for so long. All the former wives knew what Caitlyn wanted to be. We’ve made so many strides in our world with equality for all.

Baby Jesus is crying again. All that work he did to help the poor, the suffering. He didn’t judge. Harlots and criminals were in his midst. Fear is a terrible thing and I believe this is what makes people point their fingers all judgey-like.

Fuck, fuck, FUCK. I loathe having to toss out the Jesus card. I know preachers way less douchey about this stuff than those who don’t don the cloth to shepherd their flock.

So you go girl! Rock that new body Caitlyn and fuck the haters. They be jelly without the peanut butter. Peace out.


2 responses

  1. Thanks for voicing this. I’ve seen a lot of people voicing snide comments about Caitlyn Jenner somehow being more of a hero than combat soldiers. Just because she’s a hero – and she is; to become your true self in the face of so much hatred takes a ton of courage, and she’s bringing attention to the issues trans folk face – doesn’t in ANY way imply that veterans aren’t heroes. It’s comparing apples to oranges though. And anyone celebrating Caitlyn’s victory isn’t denigrating what vets have gone through.

    Sheesh. Heroism isn’t a zero-sum game, people.

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