NOT Gay movement loses an ICON

In what is a definite blow to the NOT Gay movement, a movement started by our very own Kevin Jackson, one of America’s most iconic “man’s man,” will indeed become a “man’s former man”…I think.

Anyway, Bruce Jenner has openly admitted that he is on his way to becoming a woman.

What will his six kids call hihe…you?

Jenner’s changing appearance has been well documented by photographs and rumors, but now speculation appears to be confirmed. A source close to the Jenner family told People Magazine Friday, “Bruce is transitioning to a woman.”

“He is finally happy and his family is accepting of what he’s doing. He’s in such a great space. That’s why it’s the perfect time to do something like this,” the unnamed person said.

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Not to be outdone by the Kardashians, Bruce is said to be filming his transition and will release a docu-series about his new life some time this year when he is “comfortable.”

This is disturbing, when you consider how much Jenner represented the “all-American man.”

I asked founder of the NOT Gay movement, Kevin Jackson, for comment. He had this to say:


After a lengthy cry, Jackson was able to comment further,

“Let this be a warning to all the NOT Gay men out there; this could happen to you! Be careful out there. Avoid families with lots of semi-attractive, pretentious and egotistical women.”



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