Caitlyn Jenner Claims She Was Disinvited to an LGBTQ Kids Camp
As a transgender woman and a Republican, Caitlyn Jenner feels she’s not very welcomed in a lot of places.
Most famously, the Olympic medalist was called out by Ellen DeGeneres for initially being “not for” gay marriage despite wanting acceptance as a transgender woman. In Caitlyn’s memoir, The Secrets of My Life, she claimed Ellen’s comments “alienated me from members of the LGBTQ community” and she was persecuted for her opinions.
This subject was brought up again when Caitlyn appeared on The View Thursday (July 13th). While co-hosting the talk show, the 67-year-old recalled the time she was disinvited to an LGBTQ kids camp when organizers found out about her political views.
“We’re Disinviting You”
“They said, ‘Would you like to come to this thing?’ and I said, ‘Sure, I would love to,’ ” she remembered. “There was a fee involved, they had some corporation that was going to put the fee in there and this and that.”
After the debut of Caitlyn’s docu-series I Am Cait, in which she voiced her support for the Republican party, the camp took back their invitation.
“They called up and said that we’re disinviting you,” she recalled.