Caitlyn Jenner, formerly known as Olympic champion in decathlon and the father of Kendall and Kylie Jenner, was an outspoken fan of the American president Donald Trump. But she has an op-ed in The Washington Post indicated that they thought is changed.
During the presidential elections of 2016, it said Jenner openly her support for Donald Trump. She received much criticism from the LGBT community (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender, nsdc) in the United States. Jenner made in 2015 her transition known.
She wrote an op-ed in The Washington Post, in which she makes clear that the policy of the president no longer supports. “I have unfortunately been mistaken, I thought Trump and the Republican politicians together would work to transgender people to support. The reality is that the transgemeenschap is constantly being attacked by this president.”
Jenner thinks that Trump the humanity of transgender people to ignore their dignity offends. “He has of transgender people as political pawns made that he used to be the controversy over us still to knock, in an attempt to get the rightmost wing of his party to win’, she writes.
For Jenner was the drop of the news that the government has a strict definition would apply to gender. In the new proposal is ‘the status as male or female based on immutable biological characteristics at or before birth’.
For Jenner is ‘unacceptable and disturbing’. ‘It has me personally deeply hurt. I can not get behind someone who is against our community works. I support Trump. I need from my mistakes learn and continue again.’