All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘gender identity’

Chrystie Crownover Says Bruce Jenner’s Struggle ‘Didn’t Threaten Me’, Divorced Him For Other Reasons

Chrystie Crownover, Bruce Jenner’s first wife, was the first to know about the decathlete’s struggle with his identity. During Jenner’s 20/20 interview with Diane Sawyer, the 65-year-old former Olympian revealed that Crownover was the first person he ever told about his struggle and his desire to become a woman. Crownover confirmed this during an interview with Good Morning America’s George …

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Linda Thompson Tried To ‘Fix’ Bruce Jenner, Admits To Being Ignorant About Transgender Issues

Bruce Jenner’s 20/20 interview with Diane Sawyer about his struggle with his gender identity has hopefully opened more than a few eyes and minds. Now, his ex-wife Linda Thompson has also opened up about her life and marriage with the Olympic athlete. Thompson wrote a compelling piece about her relationship with Bruce on the Huffington Post and said that she …

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Google+ Now Offers ‘Infinite’ Gender Options

Google+, not Facebook, has just become the best place for people to express their gender identities. “For many people, gender identity is more complex than just “male” or “female.” Starting today, I’m proud to announce that Google+ will support an infinite number of ways to express gender identity, by giving you the option to customize the way your gender is …

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Bruce Jenner Gets Dissed By Wendy Williams, Questions His Sexuality

Talk show host Wendy Williams is getting flak yet again for making insensitive transgender-related comments—this time, over her comments regarding Bruce Jenner and his recent change in appearance. Bruce Jenner, the former Olympian and ex-spouse of Kris Jenner, became the subject of the “Hot Topics” segment in Wendy Williams’ talk show. Williams zoned in on a recent picture of Jenner …

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Chelsea Manning to Begin Gender Treatments

Chelsea Elizabeth Manning, born Bradley Edward Manning, the United States Army soldier convicted last July of violations of the Espionage Act and other offenses, is set to start a basic treatment for her gender identity condition. Manning was sentenced to 35 years imprisonment after being found guilty of 17 espionage-related charges, and is eligible for parole after eight years served. …

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