Perhaps we should expect it. Or at least not be surprised.
If we have transgendered persons now serving in our military, for example, what would prevent them for serving in Congress? Obviously, nothing, if the voters choose to elect them.
The sexual revolution of the 1960s is still in progress today.
What began as an alleged liberation from the restraints that nature and society placed on the sexes and their respective roles has become an exploration to determine if there are any boundaries at all when it comes to sexual matters.
The question now is whether or not we’re prepared for transgendered congressmen and senators.
And if she makes the decision to run, Caitlyn Jenner might give us a very concrete answer to that question.
“In an interview with AM 970’s John Catsimatidis Sunday, the I Am Cait star and former Olympic gold medalist said she was in the ‘process of determining’ whether to run for public office or not.
‘The political side of it has always been very intriguing to me,’ Jenner said. ‘Over the next six months or so, I gotta find out where I can do a better job. Can I do a better job from the outside?
Kind of working the perimeter of the political scene, being open to talking to anybody? Or are you better from the inside, and we are in the process of determining that.'”
‘I would look for a senatorial run,’ Jenner added.”
Working “from the outside” is something that Jenner is already doing. Having historically identified as a Republican, the former Olympic gold-medalist has already been working within Republican circles to promote the LGBT agenda.
“It was not immediately clear under which political Party Jenner might launch a Senate run, though she has previously identified as a Republican.
In an appearance on The View this week, Jenner said she had been working ‘behind the scenes’ with GOP lawmakers on LGBT policy issues.”
Jenner has also discussed using a run for public office as a Republican in order “to help bring Republicans around on LGBT issues.”
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It is now a very different world, fellow Americans.
Since the 1940s and 50s, our society has been overwhelmed by wave after wave of changes to our social fabric and the norms to which older generations were accustomed.
Senator Caitlyn Jenner? Again, we shouldn’t be surprised.
But as a Conservative, would you vote for Jenner? She says she’s Republican but there’s no doubt she straddles the fence on a variety of issues…and we doubt staunch Conservatives will like that.
What’s your take?