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“Did he go to a big farm to live with a bunch of other grandpas, like Grandpa did?” he asked again. “Honey, Grandpa is dead,” I insisted. “No Mommy, he went to live on a farm with a bunch of other Grandpas.”Last night I sat my son down tried to explain it to him.
A decade later, Pejić looks back at her volatile childhood with gracefully little bitterness. She even credits her older brother for helping her to toughen up as a human being. “He showed me what it was like to live in a boy’s world,” she says. “I felt like an outsider – like an investigator or something. It definitely made me a strong woman today. He wasn’t successful in turning me into a boy, but he was successful in making me a really tough girl!”
“She’s thrilled she has raised awareness about how transgender people have long been discriminated against but I think there’s a chance she’ll de-transition in the next couple years,” the writer said. “I don’t think it would surprise anybody in her inner circle. It has been much harder than she anticipated. My heart goes out to her and I know her true friends will be there to support her on whatever path she chooses.”The biographer said Jenner is allegedly interested in transitioning back fo
“You can cry more if you want to.” “Why would cry, mama?” “Because Bruce Jenner isn’t a man anymore.” “Why would I cry about that?” “Becau- ugh.”