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Caitlyn Jenner attacks & misgenders trans woman in tweet to Republican Senator

Caitlyn Jenner, Republicans, California
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Caitlyn Jenner has joined the chorus of conservatives denouncing transgender TikToker Dylan Mulvaney, who recently had a chance to ask President Joe Biden a question at a forum.

Anti-LGBTQ Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) posted a video from Mulvaney’s TikTok account where Mulvaney told her followers not to stare at trans women’s crotches in public. In the video, Mulvaney was celebrating her “day 74 of girlhood” and talked about wearing tight shorts and why she doesn’t want to tuck.

“Dylan Mulvaney, Joe Biden, and radical left-wing lunatics want to make this absurdity normal,” the Christian senator tweeted.

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“Marsha Blackburn thank you for speaking out and having a backbone – one of the best senators we have,” Jenner chimed in. “Let’s not ‘normalize’ any of what this person is doing. This is absurdity!”

One cisgender woman on Twitter responded to Jenner saying that she has “a naturally plump vagina” and that people have bullied her about it.

“It is very hard to find clothing that doesn’t accentuate my large bulbous crotch region,” the woman wrote. “Please delete this hateful tweet immediately.”

“He is talking about his penis!” Jenner replied, referring to Mulvaney, who is a trans woman who uses she/they pronouns.

Jenner herself has spoken out about how she was the subject of jokes about her transition, even getting Jimmy Kimmel to apologize to her for making jokes about it.

But since she started her run for governor of California, Jenner has moved further to the right, even on transgender issues. She made opposition to transgender girls participating in school sports the first issue her campaign took. She retweeted images mocking Democratic transgender women’s appearances. She called for a “commission” to determine who is “truly trans” and, therefore, eligible to play sports.

After she lost her election – getting only 1% of the vote – she didn’t back off her attacks on transgender people not named Caitlyn Jenner. She defended Florida Republicans after they passed the Don’t Say Gay bill, which was primarily motivated by attacks on transgender youth in that state. She attacked University of Pennsylvania swimmer Lia Thomas for participating in school sports and celebrated a ban on trans athletes.

Mulvaney has been getting attacked by the right this past week because she appeared on a make-up company’s podcast and then got to ask Biden a question about transgender equality. The latter led Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) to accuse Democrats of “child abuse.”

On Twitter, Jenner faced criticism on Twitter for her attack on Mulvaney.

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