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originally posted by: Shamrock6
1) the medal belongs to Bruce Jenner, not Caitlyn.
2) vanity fair can put whomever they like on their magazine cover. It's their magazine.
3) same answer as 2, except change vanity fair to ESPN
4) everything that family does is completely calculated so yes. It also helps with ratings and money.
5) probably about the same level of impact that white kids had in the 60s when they learned that black people don't inherently carry diseases and white folks can share a water fountain with them
7) you don't seriously think you can murder somebody as a man, declare yourself a woman, and get away with it...do you?
4) Do you think the current campaign in favor of Jenner's right to change of gender in the Media is creating a Smog curtain around the fatal wreck in which he was involved in February of 2015 and being sued since May of 2015? ( There is any difference to be judged as a man or as woman in court ? ).
quoted from Napoleon Hill, in his last book Your Right to be Rich,
You want to be rich. You deserve to be rich. Now claim your RIGHT to be rich!
Henry David Thoreau from the Paradox of self sufficiency,
I think that I cannot preserve my health and spirits, unless I spend four hours a day at least—and it is commonly more than that—sauntering through the woods and over the hills and fields, absolutely free from all worldly engagements. You may safely say, A penny for your thoughts, or a thousand pounds. When sometimes I am reminded that the mechanics and shopkeepers stay in their shops not only all the forenoon, but all the afternoon too, sitting with crossed legs, so many of them—as if the legs were made to sit upon, and not to stand or walk upon—I think that they deserve some credit for not having all committed suicide long ago.
originally posted by: The angel of light
By the way I am pretty sure the photos of Mr or Mrs Jenner in the Vanity fair magazine were not taken against his or her will, so how is that to ask questions in private for acts that were performed in public?
Does Bruce Jenner must retain his Athlete Gold medal of the Montreal 1976 Olympic games, he gained as a man?
Did Catlyn Jenner deserve to be portrayed in the Cover of Vanity fair Magazine
Does Caitlyn Jenner deserve to receive ESPN's Arthur Ashe Courage Award?
.. to try to find negative connotations In the use of a so simple verb like to deserve sounds to me extremely negative and hypersensitive.
the Transgender experience genuinely part of the Sexual diversity of a free and democratic society or it is perhaps a problem self image and therefore possibly of mental health?
May I ask when to formulate a simple question became a sin or a crime in this world?
How a society can be it and not become a Jungle when there are who claim that it is correct to put the rights of the individual over the rights of the group? is not that an extremely egotistic and anarchist perspective?
Don't you think many women in this country can ask why a man is on the cover of one of their most emblematic magazines?
? how about a boy interested in athleticism?
) Does Bruce Jenner must retain his Athlete Gold medal of the Montreal 1976 Olympic games, that He gained as a man?
we are just discussing the ethical implications of the change of gender in the modern society