It’s no secret that Caitlyn Jenner doesn’t have many fans in the trans community and she likely just lost the support of anyone who was still on her side.
The 71-year-old former Olympic athlete, who recently announced that she’s running for Governor of California, has taken a stance on trans athletes in schools.
TMZ caught up with the reality star and asked her for her opinion on legislation that bans trans girls from competing in girls sports in school.
Click inside to find out what she said…
“This is a question of fairness. That’s why I oppose biological boys who are trans competing in girls sports in school. It just isn’t fair and we have to protect girls sports in our schools,” Caitlyn said.
The TMZ cameraman followed up and asked, “If someone transitions and now identifies as a girl, isn’t it de-legitimizing their identity to prevent them…”
Caitlyn then cut of the cameraman from finishing the question and said, “Have a good day.” You can watch the full encounter below.
California’s former governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has shared his thoughts on Caitlyn‘s chances of winning the position.