Transgender Actress Shauna Brooks Suggests Caitlyn Jenner’s Olympic Achievements Be Stripped

Transgender Actress Shauna Brooks Suggests Caitlyn Jenner's Olympic Achievements Be Stripped

Caitlyn Jenner has made headlines since announcing she would run for governor of California last week. Some of her recent comments on the trans community got people talking again, particularly transgender model and actress Shauna Brooks.

Recently, Caitlyn stated that she disagreed that trans women born men should be allowed to participate in girls’ sports in school. While Caitlyn said she believes girls need to be protected while exercising, Shauna responded with an interesting suggestion for Caitlyn.

“If @Caitlyn_Jenner is in favor of BANNING TRANS YOUTH by playing in FEMALE sports, SHE should lead by example and ALL ‘YOUR’ Olympic successes are STRIPPED cus TBH & fair … ‘Bruce’ gave them awards, didn’t Cait. #DoWut, “Shauna tweeted.

In the caption, Shauna stated that, in her opinion, Caitlyn had always been a part of Bruce, even though he was a man who competed in men’s sports at the time.

“I don’t care if you think ‘BRUCE’ deserves it ‘THEN’ fairly and honestly,” she said. “CAITLYN was ALWAYS there whether he chose to CONFIRM before puberty or ONLY [cross] dress behind closed doors. BRUCE is CAIT, CAIT is EXBRUCE and S-HE then issues SIE & AS NOW. The only difference is that SHE is now PUBLIC herself, but they were always ONE together in tandem. “

As we previously reported, Caitlyn answered a question last week about new laws that would prohibit transgender athletes from participating in sports based on their gender identity after TMZ caught up with them.

“It’s about fairness. That’s why I dislike biological boys who trans-compete in girls’ sports in school, “Caitlyn said. “It’s just not fair and we have to protect girls’ sports in our schools.”

Caitlyn later doubled down on her comments on Twitter, saying that protecting girls’ sports was a major issue and only fairness was an issue.

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