A funny destiny’s lesson taught Caitlyn Jenner’s critic to be more patient

A funny destiny’s lesson taught Caitlyn Jenner’s critic to be more patient

Caitlyn Jenner, formeкly known as Bruce Jenner, the Olympic champion in athletics in 1976, has become a target of critics after his transgender surgery.

Caitlyn Jenner, formeкly known as Bruce Jenner, the Olympic champion in athletics in 1976, has become a target of critics after his transgender surgery.

Getting a new status of woman, Bruce was not ashamed to pose for Vanity Fair in a quite intimate manner. The new publication is the first Caitlyn’s appearance on media after “risking to be brave for changing the gender”. Bruce told the publicity, that he hoped “to help all those others who hesitates to make this step” by making all his emotional and surgery details known for society. However, a big number of critics appeared as far as Bruce finally risked to make the last step towards his dream. One of them, the Facebook user Terry Coffer, was especially intolerant.

Caitlyn Jenner

Caitlyn Jenner

He derided Caitlyn’s bravery, she emphasized on so much, by posting the picture of World War’s II soldiers during fighting, while one of them is carrying the other, who is shooting. Terry wrote that he would like to remind all of us how the real bravery, courage and heroism look like, in contrary to Caitlyn’s sufferings.The post quickly got thousands of sharings till the next day when Terry decided to mention the photographer’s name. He searched for the picture he attached and surprisingly found out that those soldiers were just figurines. The most incredible thing is that the photo was made by someone, named Mark Hogancamp, who had been beaten by 5 strangers almost for death for dressing in woman clothes.

Tha photo that became such a fuss

Tha photo that became such a fuss

After such a stunning discovery, Terry hurried to bring explanations in his next post on Facebook. He said that made a quick search and wanted just to depict his main idea, stated in the post. Nevertheless, he began to exculpate himself, saying, that Mark, the photographer, created his own imaginary world to deal with post-war emotions. Moreover, he mentioned Mark as being not a man, wearing woman clothes, but as a cross-dresser.

At the end of his post, Terry invoked everyone not to be haters because it helps nothing.

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