Cult Quarantine #86: The Story of the Former Trans Athlete Activists Don't Want Around


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Bruce Jenner was the typical American winner. Despite dyslexia, he went to college to play football. After an injury, he began to dedicate himself to the decathlon – a modality that won him the gold medal at the Montreal Olympics, in 1563. With the medal, Bruce gained fame and money.

But judging by what he or she says in “Untold: Caitlyn Jenner

“, documentary available on Netflix and theme of today’s Cult Quarantine, the achievements only served to mask a bigger problem: the gender dysphoria that led him to change sex. A character beyond interesting, Bruce, who is now called Caitlyn Jenner, is affiliated with the Republican Party and considered persona non grata by many LGBT activists.

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