Complexity in the Transgendered Space

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Transgendered ComplexityFormer Olympic gold medalist and reality TV star Bruce Jenner (Keeping up with the Kardashians) recently confirmed that he is in a transition to become a woman. Kim responds to this recent news and touches on former Navy Seal Chris Beck (now Kristen Beck), who she invited to the show in 2014 but who was unable to partake.

This is a short but robust commentary about aspects of the transgendered gestalt that have not been addressed. Because of the controversial nature of this domain, Kim introduces a very different perspective to the world at large. The listening public is invited to make comments that deepen and expand the conversation.

The photo above was taken in 1979, at Cal Berkeley, where Kim played a mixed doubles tournament with Bruce Jenner. She thought she would share this with you. Photo taken by Don Melandry in Berkeley, California.

1 comment… add one
  • Judith Feb 4, 2015 @ 12:33

    I appreciate how direct, honest and real you are with serious and thought provoking issues.
    I know a transgender person and I wonder if he, who has transitioned to she, would have given serious consideration to the principles you mentioned.

    I think the issue lies in “knowing yourself”. This is a metaphysical person, who understands the implications of Soul’s life lessons and the impact of the chakra system, but I truly doubt these influences were considered. Now that the surgery is complete and the hormones administered there is nothing left but to live.

    I wonder if the female hormones in soy based formulas have some influence in this transgender situation.

    Your thoughts maybe appreciated by others who are considering a change.

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