Caitlyn Jenner is in hot water with the LGBTQ communities once again. Don’t get us wrong. We respect her journey, of course. Still, she’s got some issues. The 67-year-old Republican trans reality star first earned the ire of her trans brothers and sisters for her logic-defying support of Trump during the 2016 presidential election. Last week she finally spoke out against 45 after he tweeted a proposed ban on trans people serving in the military. Jenner seemed to be the only human on the planet surprised by the decision. She told TMZ on Friday that she now detests him and “What he’s doing to our community is absolutely fucking awful.” Better late than never, girl.
Then she was photographed wearing one of those g.d. red “Make America Great Again” caps. As Fragrant readers surely know, this is code for bringing bigotry in America back to the forefront. Even those hard-core fans of Can’t Stop The Music, the 1980 gay cult musical, in which the then-Bruce Jenner appeared, have had their fill of Caitlyn’s lackluster ability of discernment. However, Jenner admitted her wrong-doing, saying “I apologize to all of the trans community. I made a mistake. I will never do it again and I’m getting rid of the hat.” She claims she mistakenly put on the hat after grabbing the first one she could find while rushing off to a golf club. Then upon closer look, she realized her sartorial gaffe and immediately felt horrified that she’d inadvertently supported the anti-trans president. Um, sure, girl. Don’t let it happen again, CJ!
Check out the offending pic below.
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) August 5, 2017