The awards and accolades keep pouring in for cross-dresser Bruce Jenner. Vogue magazine, which is slowly falling out of favor as a fashion staple, just named Jenner Best Dressed Woman of the Week.
On the list of 9 biological woman and one man, Jenner (the man) was #2.
The 65-year-old former Olympian wore an off-white, floor length Versace frock to accept his Arthur Ashe Courage award at the ESPYs last week.
But despite the liberal media’s misguided attempts to normalize Jenner’s mental disorder, he is still unhappy.
In his weekly blog post on WhoSay.com, Jenner said the sound of his voice irks him.
“While I felt like I looked great and that the gown looked fabulous, I still have a voice issue,” he wrote. “It’s not quite right compared to my feminine appearance. That bothers me a little bit. However, I hope that people don’t listen to the pitch of my voice, but listen to what I have to say. That’s important to me.”
In the past, transsexuals and transvestites took the female hormone Estrogen to feminize their male voices. But Estrogen has fallen out of favor in the T community lately because of its cancer-causing agents. Another reason the Ts stopped taking Estrogen is because elevated Estrogen levels (if higher than testosterone) tends to kill the male sex drive which depends on testosterone.
OITNB cast member Laverne Cox finally met Jenner in person at the ‘I Am Cait’ private screening.
Cox said it’s “insane” that Jenner is forced to “transition” while being “hounded” by the paparazzi.
Cox told James Cordon on Monday’s Late Show that he couldn’t imagine going through what Jenner is going through.
“My experience as a black transgender woman who was working-class and struggling to make it in New York City is completely different from Caitlyn’s very public experience. Just thinking about the paparazzi life she has, I don’t want that life,” he said.