It looks like there might be a Love and Hip Hop Atlanta feud brewing between two long-time cast members and one new addition. Over the past few weeks, Lil Scrappy has said some pretty insensitive things about D. Smith, who’s making headlines and winning praise as the show’s first transgender cast member. And, though her comments weren’t about the transgender community, Momma Dee waded into the fray during last week’s episode, leading some viewers to believe that a war of words might be about to explode.
9/11 hero’s husband returns ‘Woman of the Year’ award to Glamour because Caitlyn Jenner also got one
Moira Smith was a 9/11 first-responder who rescued more than 100 people from the Twin Towers before the second buiding collapsed and killed her. She was given one of Glamour magazine’s “Woman of the Year” awards for 2001…but, now, her husband has returned Glamour‘s award, and done so with fervor. Why? According to James Smith’s open letter, he is offended by the magazine’s decision to grant Caitlyn Jenner the same award for 2015. Read on for Smith’s full statement, plus Glamour‘s reaction.
Jazz Jennings was just a toddler when she first identified verbally as a girl. By age five, she was one of the youngest people diagnosed with Gender Identity Disorder, a qualification that allowed her and her parents to decide to fully commit to a gender transition.
Caitlyn Jenner to recieve Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the ESPYs, ahead of Iraq War veteran Noah Galloway
ESPN announced that Caitlyn Jenner will recieve the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the upcoming ESPY ceremony. But not everyone is pleased–several other athletes, including Iraq War veteran Noah Galloway had been expected to recieve the honor, and many are crying foul over the network’s selection. See what athletes, celebrities, and Twitter are saying about the controversy…
Laverne Cox took to Tumblr to heap praise upon Caitlyn Jenner, pointing to her courage in standing up for trans rights. But, Cox warns, there’s much more work for the transgender community to do. Read on to see Cox’s full statement.
Esther Jenner, the 88-year-old mother of newly-female Caitlyn Jenner, admits that it’s difficult for her to not call her former son by his former name. But Esther had only positive things to say about the transition overall–read on to find out what she thinks!
Bruce Jenner’s plan to go ahead with Facial Feminization Surgery has drawn praise from some and outrage from others. But what is the little-used procedure, and how will it change the reality star’s appearance? Find out about some of the social reasons that male-to-female transgendered people have the procedure done, and how, specifically, it will affect Bruce’s look.
VIDEO Kris Jenner opens up about Bruce’s transition: “I have these memories of this life and I feel…like it didn’t exist.”
Kris admits some difficult truths in the upcoming special Keeping Up With the Kardashians: About Bruce. E! won’t air the special until May 17th, but the tears are already flowing in a just-released teaser.