After Caitlyn Jenner announced that she’d be transitioning back in April, she’s kind of taken the world by storm. She received the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the ESPY’s this year and was also named as Glamour’s Women of the Year last month. The Olympian has been inundated with compliments about how brave she is for transitioning in the public eye, however, the average trans person is not impressed at all by what many are championing as bravery.
On Thursday night, Caitlyn Jenner attended a luncheon for the Chicago House, which is a charity that provides services for people effected by HIV/AIDS and the LGBT community. Jenner gave the keynote address to the more than 1,000 attendees, but upon leaving, she was met with trans protesters who feel that her wealth does not allow her to properly identify with the trans community. In the video, you can hear the protesters in the background.
The group called ‘I Ain’t Cait’ (lol) released a statement that explained why they feel that Jenner is a misrepresentation of all women. “Caitlyn Jenner… lives in a mansion and has a net worth of millions of dollars,” they said, “while the average trans person has a 41 percent chance of experiencing homelessness and a nearly 50 percent chance of living off less than $10k per year.”
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