There’s a Cajun restaurant in Allen, Texas that labeled their female/male toilets with two pictures of Caitlyn Jenner. Before and after her transition. This became quickly a hot topic since it angered the LGBTQ community who are describing the move as “transphobic.”
The pictures were first shared on Twitter by Dom DiFurio who was eating at the Dodie’s Place when he came across the pictures. He told the Daily Dot, Allen is not a liberally progressive area in the US state. And I agree with him.
What’s going on here Dallas? pic.twitter.com/CgllDKliE2
— D💀m (@DomDiFurio) October 30, 2017
“Collin County, where Allen, Texas is, as a whole is considered a conservative bastion in North Texas.
“I wouldn’t consider it a particularly great place to be LGBTQ.”
“I saw it as a bit of a physical manifestation of the wink and nod jokes told often to me when I see people from that part of town. The kind of jokes where you feel like the person telling the joke wants you to laugh to verify their inclinations, but doing so would perpetuate a terrible environment for anyone in the LGBTQ community.”
I don’t understand how this has assumedly been up for as long as it has.
— D💀m (@DomDiFurio) October 31, 2017
Meanwhile, Caitlyn Jenner just shared an Instagram post of her strolling along the beach. In the Instagram caption she wrote:
“40 years ago my therapist asked me what my fantasy is. I told her walking on the beach being my authentic self.”
The father of Kendall and Kylie wasn’t quite ready to “expose” herself in a swimsuit back in 2015. She didn’t want to rush things.
“I just don’t know if I’m ready to expose myself like that. Maybe down the line I’ll feel more comfortable with myself. For right now, I just can’t see myself doing it … To be honest with you, that’ll happen at some point. I’m in no rush. I’m in no rush.”
“It’s kind of scary because, you know, you’re exposing yourself. I’m about as nervous as can possibly be right now … Ok, I did it. I got the bathing suit on. It was nerve-racking, but it felt very freeing. And I did see my reflection in the glass door – looked pretty good …”
“I’ve been comfortable by myself my entire life. This trip, I’ve been not at my house, I’ve been out, feeling extraordinarily comfortable being myself – and to be honest with you, it’s scary, because I’m already thinking I don’t want to go back there.”
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