Caitlyn Jenner Lauds Parents For Standing Up To ‘Woke World’

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Caitlyn Jenner lauded parents for standing up to the “woke world” after an incident involving a California school. Jenner shocked many as the former Olympian took a bold and unexpected stance.

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Caitlyn Jenner (Credit: YouTube)

Caitlyn Jenner, the former California gubernatorial aspirant and Olympic athlete, shared her views on Sean Hannity’s Fox News show, where she blasted and blamed the “woke world” of gender identity. “I can’t even figure it out,” she lamented. Jenner was speaking amid reports alleging that fifth-grade girls, who were students at California’s Los Alamitos School District, were sleeping in the same cabins as biologically male counselors at a school-organized science camp.

The counselors identified as nonbinary, but that didn’t sit well with Jenner, who’s transgender. “We are living in such a woke world right now, I can’t even figure it out,” Jenner said. “This is a terrible story. And Los Alamitos, their fifth-grade class, they went to this camp and when they came back, they were talking to their parents about gender, this and that.” The “good news,” Jenner added, “is that parents now … – especially moms – are standing up.”

Young girls entering a cabin (Photo Credit: Screenshot)

“It’s absolutely a mess out here in California,” Jenner continued. “And it’s a shame because I know so many people in the LGBT community are such wonderful human beings and just do it right. It’s a shame that this fringe is out there ruining it, honestly, for everybody.”

According to parents of children at the school, biologically male counselors at Camp Pali in the San Bernardino Mountains slept in cabins that matched the gender of their personal choice. One parent, Rachel Sandoval, told Fox News, “My 11-year-old daughter had told me that there were multiple counselors that expressed that they identified as they/them. They also had a group of kids that were lectured on the inappropriate misgendering of counselors.”

Pali Camp cabin (Credit: Screenshot)

According to Daily Mail, the school district didn’t mention gender policy or specify counselors would be separated by gender but said that an investigation into the complaints has been launched.

In a statement obtained by the Mail, an attorney for Pali Institute said, “To our knowledge, there have been no biologically male counselors in shared cabins with female students at Pali Institute. While counselors may have used the pronouns, they/them, the use of these pronouns is not restricted to biological males. Biological females also use those terms.”

5th-grade mom Rachel Sandoval spoke out against the Los Alamitos School District (Credit: Screenshot)

Fox News contributor Tammy Bruce agreed with Caitlyn Jenner, saying that the “fringe really right now are the people who are running California.” She also recalled how performing a background check used to be suggested for adults who would be alone with children. “But now we’re limited based on what someone simply says to us, no matter how they appear, not giving us enough information even to know necessarily exactly who they are,” she claimed.

“And they are then to allow them to do what they want, effectively. This has nothing to do with people wanting to live their lives authentically, honest people are not going to move their way into that environment. It is not OK, and a genuinely authentic person would know that and not ask to be in that position or put themselves there. That is not a normal dynamic,” Tammy Bruce continued. “Not for anyone.”

Caitlyn Jenner has six biological children: Burt Jenner, Cassandra Marino, Brandon Jenner, Brody Jenner, Kendall Jenner, and Kylie Jenner.  Jenner also has three step-children, Kim Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, and Khloe Kardashian.

Speaking about the choice to transition to female, the former Olympic gold medalist declared, “People become more accepting and it just got to the point in my life at the age of 65, I had raised all my children, had done everything I could,” adding, “It was down to me and I made the decision to do this and maybe I can make a difference as doing this gives me a great platform in a very marginalized community.”