Caitlyn Jenner graced the cover of Vanity Fair today and people welcomed her into their arms.
But not Rolling Stone Magazine. No, they went and said “Bruce Jenner debuted as woman named Caitlyn in Vanity Fair.”
People aren’t happy about that. They aren’t happy with how it’s been phrased.
Bruce Jenner debuts as woman named Caitlyn in Vanity Fair: http://t.co/pIn9fgCRmD pic.twitter.com/JmzluIV8gc
— Rolling Stone (@RollingStone) June 1, 2015
@RollingStone her name isn't Bruce….
— Isabella (@Bella_Guarn) June 1, 2015
@RollingStone Be professional and rewrite this.
— merrill (@HeyMerrill) June 1, 2015
@RollingStone this isn't some alter ego or fictional persona, this is who she is. Poor choice of language.
— david (@Daveyofthedead) June 1, 2015
@RollingStone THERE IS NO BRUCE ANYMORE. SHE IS CAITLYN. STOP. YOU'RE MISGENDERING AND IT'S UGLY.
— rikka 🌱 (@RikkaPTX) June 1, 2015
@RollingStone wow. RS, I expected better from you.
— CataMurphy again (@CatamurphysBack) June 1, 2015
@RollingStone this is the worst headline you've ever written
— theresa (@theresa_kal) June 1, 2015
@RollingStone such a badly worded and/or ill – informed tweet. Please rewrite. She IS Caitlyn, not debuting as someone 'named' that.
— Lucy (@Loobeeloo1980) June 1, 2015
What are your thoughts?