She also has some choice words for people who say that being transgender is wrong, citing religious reasons.“Those who condemn transgender men and women use religion as a cudgel, a saw and machete,” Jenner writes.In one passage, Jenner makes a distinction between herself and cisgender women, those assigned female at birth, one that is often controversial. Nor will I ever be,” she writes, emphasizing that she cannot bear children and has experienced the privilege of being a white man much of her life. There is a difference.” Yet at several other points in the book she writes “I am a woman” without qualification, saying that “gender is embedded within you from birth” and hoping that one day the words .Jenner has no regrets about leaving that life behind.But she also dismisses rumors that she has regrets about transitioning today, which she has heard parents use to try to talk teenagers out of their own feelings about gender identity: “I have never been happier. She emphasizes time and again that gender and sexuality are distinct, though there is a misperception that people transition for sexual reasons. Jenner confirms in the book that she has had gender reassignment surgery, as well as many other medical treatments.And she says that the public’s “obsession over my sex life, whether I will or won’t, is annoying” to her. But she emphasizes that while it was important for her, that’s not the case for all transgender people. “Which is why this is the first time, and the last time, I will ever speak of it.” While Jenner goes into detail about how she dressed as a woman in private before coming out, as well as her first stint on hormones, many of her transition stories are about how hard it was to maintain a private life while being hounded by paparazzi and a gawking public who treats the process as “ghoulishly funny.” There’s also something for Kardashian fans.
This happened just recently to daughters Kylie Jenner, 17, and Kendall Jenner, 18, when the sisters were named to Mom brushed aside the backlash."I'm really proud of those two," she said, "because they are amazing kids with great hearts. They've got that great work ethic that they've picked up probably from their older siblings...can tell you, Brody Jenner definitely knows a thing or two about sex — and isn’t afraid to say so. But that may be different now, because Jenner's ex just took shots at the reality TV star and beauty influencer in a new song, released Friday on Soundcloud and featuring rapper Vince Staples."Playboy" is perhaps a typical rap brag track, were it not for some pointed lyrics: "Super freak in my passenger / She a superstar and got it bad for me / If I hang up she call right back to me / You cut her legs off she crawl right back to me." (The verse gets nastier, fast.), "Tyga does really make Kylie happy, and when they break up it makes Kylie super sad.He's her first big love and they still speak every day."This may have changed, as Jenner appears to have moved on with fellow rapper Travis Scott.