Ben Shapiro, Caitlyn Jenner on the cover of "Vanity Fair"

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



Joanna Rothkopf
June 2, 2015 1:15AM (UTC)

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?

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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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