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Caitlyn Jenner: "My Path to Womanhood Was Very Different." Can't Argue That!
Caitlyn Jenner is back. Yesterday was "International Women's Day," so naturally our favorite man who thinks he's a woman had to mark the occasion by mansplaining the woman's journey. Excuse me as I reach for the tissues to dab my watery eyes.
@theashleygraham “Women are brought up to kind of be a second-class citizen” says @Caitlyn_Jenner #IWD2018… https://t.co/VlyKYFDRZ7— CNN (@CNN) 1520529830.0
"My path to womanhood was very different and through that process, I feel like I learned a lot about women. Women are brought up to kind of be a second-class citizen. Emotionally weaker. Physically weaker. I've always been inspired by strong women."
His path was different because he came fully equipped with a dangle. Y-chromosome. The ability to grow hair on his big man face. Plus the insatiable need to explain what it feels like to be a woman, to many people who've always been women. Otherwise known as patronizing arrogance. A practice recently condensed into "mansplaining."
When ladies, feminists or non-feminist alike, complain about "mansplaining" this is a decent reference. A guy telling the world what it's like to be a lady. While getting some things wrong: most notably not being a biological woman. Not now, not then, not ever. But saying it with so much authority, if you dare question him, the force of the transgender "patriarchy" will come crashing down on you. He did, after all, surrender his "white male privilege" when maiming himself for a set of brand new breasticles. Ergo he's a hot pink member of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood.
Caitlyn then has the temerity to say "Women are brought up as second-class citizens. Emotionally weaker." Am I the only Uterus-American who sees how problematic that statement is? Or are my emotional weaknesses interfering with his superior male logical skills, ruled entirely by reason (obviously, because man=reason), to see it? A man just said women are emotionally weaker, but we're not allowed to call men who think they're ladies "he." Cute.
Secondly, if women are second class citizens, why did Jenner race to the plastic surgeon to do his best to get sliced and diced so he might appear more like a shemale?
Caitlyn Jenner is a dude. Maybe he should shut his testosterone-fueled face flapper about "what it's like to be a lady." Sorry if he gets too emotional.