Welp. He Did It. 'Caitlyn' Jenner Finally Cut It Off
Former Olympic athlete Bruce Jenner, who now goes by Caitlyn, has been emasculated, and he's going public about it.
"The surgery was a success, and I feel not only wonderful but liberated," Caitlyn Jenner wrote in his new memoir, The Secrets of My Life, which comes out April 25. A report from Radar Online released the scandalous details.
“So why even consider it? Because it’s just a penis. It has no special gifts or use for me other than what I have said before, the ability to take a whiz in the woods,” Jenner wrote. “I just want to have all the right parts. I am also tired of tucking the damn thing in all the time.”
The surgery reportedly took place in January of this year, the 67-year-old former Olympic gold medalist announced. He said he is going public in order to stop fans from asking the most embarrassing question.
"I am telling you because I believe in candor," the reality TV star wrote. "So all of you can stop staring. You want to know, so now you know. Which is why this is the first time, and the last time, I will ever speak of it."
Jenner called the surgery a "complex decision," due to the health risks associated with the operation. But he ultimately decided to accept the risks in order to have "all the right parts."
It is, after all, just a penis, right?
Jenner already underwent breast augmentation and facial feminization surgery on March 15, 2015.
"I am going to live authentically for the first time in my life," the star reportedly said, after "an initial freak-out" following the surgeries. "I am going to have an enthusiasm for life that I have not had in 39 years since the Olympics, almost two thirds of my life."
Jenner won the gold in the men's Olympic decathlon in 1976. He is the father of six children from three separate marriages, and he became a reality TV star as the husband of Kris Kardashian, the mother of Kendall and Kylie. He announced his transition in September 2015.
All too often lost in the debate about transgender issues is the bare fact that "transitioning" involves the physical mutilation of healthy body parts, the minimization of biological sex, and the elevation of an internal sense of identity.
Much like the ancient religion of Gnosticism, transgender ideology relies on the belief that the inner mind is more important than the physical body, which allegedly imprisons people in a foreign chunk of flesh. In pursuit of this idea, people pay large amounts of money to voluntarily damage their bodies.
Many former transgender people have shared their stories online. "I am a real, live 22-year-old woman, with a scarred chest and a broken voice, and five o'clock shadow because I couldn't face the idea of growing up to be a woman, that's my reality," admitted Cari Stella on YouTube. Her decisions to undertake hormone and surgical "treatments" have left her scarred, even after she realized that she did not really want to be a man.
Ultimately, it is impossible to change from one sex to the other, because sexuality is written into human DNA. Even if Caitlyn Jenner looks like a woman, gets all the necessary physical alterations, and even has the right hormonal cocktail pulsing through his veins, he will still be a man, genetically. He will still have achieved great things as a man — becoming a father and winning the Olympic gold.
One of the many problems with the transgender pseudo-Gnostic idea is it encourages people to think so far outside the box, they want to shrug off their humanity — and they think they can do it, too! One transgender man in Los Angeles, Vinny Ohh, has decided to undertake surgery to become an extraterrestrial. Another transgender man, Richard Hernandez, has had costly surgery to become a dragon.
No, this is not The Onion. This is the real-life consequence of encouraging transgenderism.
Most LGBT activists push transgenderism because they are concerned transgender people will commit suicide, and they think that by encouraging this unhealthy behavior, societal acceptance will drive down suicide rates. There is no evidence for this, and our culture is about to undertake an experiment to test it.
People on both sides of this issue condemn violence against transgender people, and those who oppose transgender ideology would argue that it is not truly compassionate to encourage false ideas of sexual identity.
Caitlyn Jenner may think "it's just a penis," but even this highly public man — whose courage pushed him to the Olympic gold — had a "freak-out" about this procedure and feared its negative health effects. Going forward, it might not be surprising to hear that "tucking the damn thing in" is the least of his worries.