Bruce Jenner Awarded “Woman of the Year”

The following correspondence originally took place upon the Facebook wall of family…

Bruce Jenner awarded "Woman of the Year"

Bruce Jenner awarded “Woman of the Year”

GenaireThey Named Bruce Jenner “Woman of The Year”, This Marine’s Response? LEGENDARY:

Rayn: To the author of the article, I’d say, “you make a good point, but foreign occupiers don’t deserve awards any more than war criminals deserve Nobel Peace prizes!”

Jenner, of course, doesn’t deserve the Woman of the Year Award, by any measure, as his only accomplishment, thus far, is having a penis! He hasn’t even “identified” himself as a woman for a solid year, yet, for crying out loud!

Damion S.: Rayn, your insights are priceless! And your pronouns are to die for!

Rayn: Thanks, Damion! 🙂

From Transgenderism to Transethnicism

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

The Two Faces of Rachel Dolezal

The Two Faces of Rachel Dolezal

Local NAACP Leader Outed as White By Parents:

My Commentary: Insanity… I’m especially puzzled by the fact that this woman is duly labeled as a fraudster and a perpetrator for concealing her true ethnicity with nothing more than a delusional mind, a tan, and a perm, and yet, Bruce Jenner, on the other hand, is called “heroic” and “courageous” by the mainstream media for concealing his true gender with a pathological level of delusion, extensive self-mutilating plastic surgery, breast enhancement surgery, and a regular regiment of synthetic hormones. He even gets treated to an award and a magazine spread!

Is permanence what legitimizes these sorts of delusions? Or, is it the level of hormonal dedication involved? Or, is it simply a statement about being in the wrong body that’s required to gain acceptance? Would this woman be better received if she were to tattoo pigmentation on her skin, or take hormones to achieve the results she seeks? Need she only declare herself to be of African descent on the inside in order to be embraced for her “transethnicity”? It’s all very mind-boggling, to me!