Life Tips From Caitlyn Jenner: Don’t Look Like A “Man In A Dress”

December 12, 2015 / Posted by:

Number 7 on TIME magazine’s Person of the Year” list and runner-up on the Kardashian Korporation’s Excellence In Publicity Kount Down (the winner of course is Kim – it’s always Kim) Caitlyn Jenner spoke to TIME about her transition (via Cosmopolitan), and she gave a little advice to others going through the same situation. Technically, the best advice Caitlyn Jenner could ever give to anyone would be how to pry Kris Jenner’s life-sucking claws off your soul and the speed at which to run far, far away from the Kardashian Khompound, aka two things Caitlyn Jenner is an expert at. But instead, she talked about presenting a “good image” by not looking like a dude in a dress:

“One thing that has always been important for me, and it may seem very self-absorbed or whatever, is first of all your presentation of who you are. I think it’s much easier for a trans woman or a trans man who authentically kind of looks and plays the role. So what I call my presentation. I try to take that seriously. I think it puts people at ease. If you’re out there and, to be honest with you, if you look like a man in a dress, it makes people uncomfortable. So the first thing I can do is try to present myself well. I want to dress well. I want to look good. When I go out, as Kim says, you’ve got to rock it because the paparazzi will be there.”

She says “man in a dress” like it’s a bad thing. Excuse you, Caitlyn, but some people have made a very respectable career out of looking like a man in a dress.

To be honest, I’m not surprised Caitlyn is all about “presentation” and “image“; I’m pretty sure that’s the main message of the Pledge of Fame Whore Allegiance that Kris Jenner makes them all recite every morning. “I pledge allegiance to the glam, and to the ass which made our family famous, one selfie under Kim, with money and Botox for all.

Speaking of looking good because the paps will be there, here’s Caitlyn Jenner’s rich teenage daughter proving that she’s totally not a shit doggy mommy by taking her dogs “shopping” (ie. posing for the paps in front of the window with the least-obstructed view) yesterday.

Pics: Splash

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