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Published On: Thu, Jun 4th, 2015

Blaze writer calls Bruce Jenner ‘disgusting’ ‘attack on feminism’ over Caitlyn conversion

Expect an attack of “transphobia” over at The Blaze as writer Matt Walsh blasted for Olympic superstar Bruce Jenner over his “profoundly disturbing” conversion to ‘Caitlyn’ which was glorified on the cover of Vanity Fair.

“The picture is plastered right on the cover of the next Vanity Fair issue, and it shows Bruce dolled up in makeup and hair extensions, posing in a corset, with parts of his face, forehead, and throat shaved off for cosmetic reasons, and his chest enhanced by hormone pills, Photoshop, and silicone. The idea is to make the 65-year-old grandfather look like a college girl, but the effect is that he looks like a distorted version of neither,” is how Walsh begins.

photo Marcus Werthmann

photo Marcus Werthmann

Jenner now looks like the ugly step-sister to his famous Kardashian family members and Walsh notes that “Cassandra, Bruce’s daughter, says that the two of them finally have a relationship. They ‘can just be girls together,’ she reported. Cassandra apparently gave up on having a father, and has settled for a girlfriend to gossip with.”

Tolerance and free speech will be a tough road to hoe over the Jenner situation. Indeed, as Walsh notes, even Jenner has verbalized a shock and regreat when seeing his transformation.

Walsh points to Jenner’s glorified conversion as a disturbing reflection of society with “ESPN has even announced plans to give him the Courage Award” and…

 the feminists who take down the “transgender” narrative. If they ever figure out that “transgenderism” is a direct assault on their entire worldview, maybe it will prompt a full fledged civil war in the progressive ranks.

After all, according to mainstream feminist wisdom, there is no such thing as a “female brain” or a “female soul” or “feeling like a female.” By the words of every liberal who has ever said anything on the subject of women’s rights in the past four decades, how you dress, look, think, and feel have nothing to do with your womanhood. Usually it would be offensive and sexist to accuse a woman of acting like, thinking like, or feeling like a woman.

Truly a remarkable turn of events worth watching. Check out the full article by Walsh here

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- Writer and Co-Founder of The Global Dispatch, Brandon has been covering news, offering commentary for years, beginning professionally in 2003 on Crazed Fanboy before expanding into other blogs and sites. Appearing on several radio shows, Brandon has hosted Dispatch Radio, written his first novel (The Rise of the Templar) and completed the three years Global University program in Ministerial Studies to be a pastor. To Contact Brandon email [email protected] ATTN: BRANDON

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