Trans Activist Hari Nef Calls Out Caitlyn Jenner

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Hari Nef just made some tea and she’s ready to serve it to Caitlyn Jenner.

The Transparent actress and trans activist called out Jenner in her latest interview with Elle U.K. Speaking about the Olympian, who previously stated that she’s Republican despite the party’s anti-LGBT policies, Nef questioned Jenner’s political views as a transgender woman with great influence.

“The question I have for Caitlyn is what does being a woman mean to you? I don’t feel that my politics are separable from my femininity, so dear Caitlyn, from where do you source your femininity?” the 23-year-old questioned. “As a woman, who is your community of women? Are the women from low-income houses who are disenfranchised by Republican politics — are those women your women? Are the women who have ovaries and wombs and who can’t get access to essential reproductive health care — are those women your women? Are the immigrant women who would get deported under a Republican administration — are those your women?”

Nef later tweeted about the hardships trans women face and how certain “allies” in the trans community aren’t helping those they claim to support. She wrote:

 

 

 

 

 

Previously, Jenner claimed that she’s only Republican because of her father’s military background, adding that she wants to help the party understand the trans community.

“I want to help the Republican party in so many ways,” she said. “I would tell Donald [Trump] that there are people out there that have been marginalized for so many years… It’s about the next generation coming up. We have to provide a safe environment for them.”

Earlier this year, Jenner, who’s also slated to appear on the upcoming season of Transparent, said that “Trump seems to be very much for women.”

“He seems very much behind the LGBT community because of what happened in North Carolina with the bathroom issue. He backed the LGBT community,” she said, referring to the fact that Trump was okay with her using the women’s bathroom in Manhattan’s Trump Tower. “But in Trump’s case, there’s a lot more unknowns. With Hillary, you pretty much know what you’re gonna get with the LGBT community.”