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Tuesday, June 2, 2015

"Dude (Bruce Jenner) Looks Like a Lady!"

The tragic charade that is Bruce Jenner continues. It seems that the photo-shop and make-up experts at Vanity Fair are so talented that they can turn an Olympic gold medal decathlon winner into a "Cover-Girl." I wonder what they'll do for an encore, perhaps paint Michael Jordan as an effective NBA executive?

Bruce Jenner Poses as a Woman and the Left Wants Us All to Celebrate

The bosomed Bruce Jenner in a dress is not the saddest spectacle in this tragedy. (Do you think he split the shot he used in 1976 for the implants?) What's worse is the rush by so many to gush over Jenner's perversion. Accolades of "courageous" (by no less that Fox's Megyn Kelly), "hero," and "brave," were quickly directed at Jenner. ESPN has gone so far as to honor Jenner by giving him (yes, HIM) the Arthur Ashe Award for Courage at this year's ESPY awards.

Any athlete with any real courage should refuse to attend the ESPYs in protest of the recognition of such perverseness. "Transgenderism" is a mental illness that needs truth and treatment, not acceptance and awards. In spite of the propaganda from the left, men don't magically become women simply because enough liberals (or those corrupted by liberalism) tell us this is the case. In fact, a man CAN NEVER become a woman, no matter what surgeries are performed, or how many liberals say it is so!

We are literally living a fairy tale. This is nothing more than the modern real-world version of Hans Christian Anderson's The Emperor's New Clothes. Of course, the left is playing the role of the crooked tailors trying to convince the world that anyone who refuses to recognize Jenner as a woman is simply too stupid to see it, or unworthy bigots that should be shunned by the culture at large.

"During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act," said George Orwell. Let us see who is really brave when it comes to seeing Bruce Jenner for what he really is.

Copyright 2015, Trevor Grant Thomas
At the Intersection of Politics, Science, Faith, and Reason.
Trevor and his wife Michelle are the authors of: Debt Free Living in a Debt Filled World


  1. Ehhh... part of me thinks they should place the old photo of Bruce Jenner as the Olympian on the side of a milk carton. "Have you seen this missing person?"

    The other part of me thinks maybe it was all an illusion from the beginning. Perhaps Jenner was born a genetic hermaphrodite, and became an Olympic success at least partly because he was taking prescribed testosterone supplements to make his body "more male". It wouldn't be the first time. Remember testosterone supplements are what initially made Lance Armstrong a bicycle racing success after he was treated for testicular cancer. Maybe it's none of our business. No one would have cared one way or the other if not for Jenner's Olympic celebrity.

    The worst part is how the Kardashian crowd is playing this for money and fame. I'll never forget how Kim Kardashian had a fake wedding to some black guy and sold the broadcast rights to the story for like 2 million dollars. Then she filed for divorce so she could marry some other guy and (I think) had to pay off the first husband to make it work.

  2. Oh yeah, the money is certainly part of Jenner's motivation. How sad he would go to these lengths.

  3. It's rather odd how you latched onto Jenner regarding the money. It is the Kardashian crowd that has a track record of playing for money and facebook fame. Until this story came up, Jenner had a high public opinion rating that approached Tim Tebow. We never heard stories about Jenner cheating or beating his wife. From available recorded evidence, Jenner never had any ego or anger management problems like those that plague some professional athletes. In fact, "he" was a model athlete.

    So... you have no comments at all on the possibility that Jenner may have become a physical and athletic success years ago as a result of testosterone supplements prescribed for sexual identification treatment? I really don't have any facts here, but the theory seems to fit the known timeline of events.

  4. If Jenner was born a genetic hermaphrodite, I imagine that such information would have been presented from the beginning of this circus. Of course, that would probably create even more of an outcry that Jenner be stripped of his medals, so...

  5. Regarding the outcry to strip Jenner of the Olympic medals awarded to "him", is that something that you support? That whole notion seems primarily vindictive and spiteful. Jenner is not like Lance Armstrong, who became the leader of a conspiracy to cheat by many means including use of human growth hormone and "blood doping".

  6. I don't support stripping him of the medals. That was the real Jenner. If nothing else, as we face the circus he is currently thrusting upon us, we can always point to that as when he was being what he was created to be.

    As for my implant remarks, "childishness" is (pretty-much) exactly what absurdity deserves.

  7. I agree that the demand to strip medals goes too far. As for the rest...

    "That was the real Jenner."

    Ummm... how do you really know?

    As long as you're on a childish kick, I'll say I think you may "know" Jenner like you know and remember Peter Pan. We all remember Peter Pan from the Disney movie(s) and from theater performances of the original play by J. M. Barrie. That character of a young boy was originally (and is traditionally) portrayed on stage by an actress. Robin Williams portraying the adult Peter in the 1991 film adaptation "Hook" directed by Steven Spielberg was an exception of necessity.

  8. Interesting. I don't think I've ever heard that about the Wizard of Oz before.

  9. Surely you jest. However, just in case, I'll include the wiki link below.

    As a literary figure whose work significantly influenced the world, i'd say L Frank Baum is every bit as interesting as Mark Twain or Ian Fleming.

    Baum (a republican) wrote two editorials about US policy toward indigenous American Indians. These editorials are widely debated as to whether he intended their elimination (genocide) or whether he was making use of subtle sarcasm to mock and shame the policy. This treatment of the issue is similar to discussions of the recent Clint Eastwood film American Sniper.

    The Oz story and subsequent franchise never made Baum a great deal of money during his lifetime, but 1st editions of his original book "The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz" can fetch between $14,000 and $100,000 today. I have a copy of the reprint of that book that was published in 1939 with the release of the film. Unfortunately it would only be worth a couple of hundred dollars in mint condition, which it isn't. This was a hand-me-down from grandparents, and our favorite bedtime story reading as children. The original illustrations by W. W. Denslow are still breathtaking.


    (Same article) Baum's personal and political beliefs:

    (Same article) Political imagery in The Wizard Of Oz:

    (Different article) Link to the wider discussion of political imagery in Baum's work, including the Yellow Brick Road as the Gold Standard: