Kendall Jenner issued a warm and tender Father’s Day tribute to Caitlyn Jenner on Sunday via social media – where all moments of genuine intimacy and tenderness occur in the modern era – as she shared a collection of heartwarming “throwback” photos.
The 24-year-old Kendall captioned the post, ‘love you’ in which she and pre-gender transition Caitlyn were seen bonding.
Caitlyn responded, ‘My Angel. I love you so much. You made today so special for me.’
The “throwback” photo angle would generally be acceptable in most circumstances – unless, of course, your father is now a woman. Overly hyped-up SJWs, however, weren’t having it, and they slammed Kendall Jenner for her “insensitivity.”
This is the second time that one of Caitlyn’s kids has taken heat for not following transgender-approved guidelines for communicating via social media with your father who is now a woman.
In 2018, Kylie Jenner came under fire for posting pre-Caitlyn photos of her dad on Twitter because all of the pictures featured Caitlyn Jenner before her transition.
So what are the official rules on this now? Because like all liberal principles of goodness and decency, they appear to change on the hour.
The Chicks on the Right discussed the drama in today’s edition of Speedround.