Conservative Twitter reacts to #CallMeCaitlyn as horribly as you'd expect

Unfortunately, there are people who use public moments of bravery as opportunities to further their own agendas

By Joanna Rothkopf
Published June 1, 2015 9:15PM (EDT)
Ben Shapiro, Caitlyn Jenner on the cover of "Vanity Fair"
Ben Shapiro, Caitlyn Jenner on the cover of "Vanity Fair"

When Vanity Fair released photos from the Annie Leibovitz-Caitlyn Jenner photo shoot, marking Jenner's first major public appearance after her transition, Twitter took a break from being snark garbage dump and became a receptacle for an outpouring of really lovely messages of support.

Wouldn't it be wonderful if that sentence was the whole article?

Unfortunately, there are people who use public moments of bravery as opportunities to further their own agendas. Here are a few examples of the cowardice that lurked beneath today's celebration:

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