April 19, 2017

"I mean, I'm a girl and I like being a girl, but I've just never been into it like they have. I think I get that from my dad."

"I'd say I'm more of a Jenner than a Kardashian... I was a huge tomboy... I had a phase where I wore boys' clothes. I was always hanging out with guys. I've always connected with guys more."

21 comments:

traditionalguy said...

Personality wise, here are very few pure females and very few pure males. God mixes them up pretty good, like he does DNA and fingerprints.

Unknown said...

Most tomboys suddenly discover that they like being a girl at some point, I've noticed. And then they turn into beautiful, gorgeous girls with a great set of skills like knowing how to run a chop saw.

I think of Kari Byron, ex female host of Mythbusters. She's definitely a tomboy... she does guy things better than most guys. But she's all girl too, and very proud of it.

The world needs more Kari Byrons, and a lot less SJWs and Oberlin grads.

--Vance

Birches said...

How transphobic of her! Her father is a very feminine woman!

Gahrie said...

Kendall sounds fairly normal...she needs to run away from the rest of that family as fast as she can.

Hammond X. Gritzkofe said...

An obvious Photoshop job. Mushroom topped with a Kardashian upper body.

madAsHell said...

What's going on with the eyebrows??

I mean....It worked for Groucho, but he was a comedian.

I clicked through to the Armani web site. It appears that mental illness is fashionable. All the models have that I-hear-voices look.

Michael K said...

"she needs to run away from the rest of that family as fast as she can."

Yes.

David Baker said...

We need another term for dad.

Gahrie said...

We need another term for dad.

Splooge stooge has been suggested.

Sammy Finkelman said...

Theer was an interesting op-ed piece in the New York Times today. (this woman's daughter is a tomboy, but teachers and other adults keep on thinking she must be transgender)

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/04/18/opinion/my-daughter-is-not-transgender-shes-a-tomboy.html

Gahrie said...

Theer was an interesting op-ed piece in the New York Times today

Scroll down, Althouse has already posted on it.

n.n said...

They need to restrict transgender classifications to the homosexual/bisexual orientations, with or without drug-simulated crossover and medical corruption.

BDNYC said...

She's not in any way a Kardashian. Robert was not her father. Kris stopped being a Kardashian when she divorced Robert and married Bruce. Kendall is either a Jenner or a whatever-Kris-was-before-she-got-married.

Kendall's half-siblings are Kardashians.

jaydub said...

My wife grew up a tom boy and it continued well into college where she played all the intermural sports and quartebacked the women's flag football team. When she graduated and went to work, she was the first player chosen in the mixed sexes softball leagues, even ahead of the men because a woman who could play with the men was the most valuable commodity on the diamond in a mixed league. But, she's also a mathematician and IT specalist, and she holds her own very well in male dominated professional areas, too. She can also fix just about anything - I remember a neighbor lady several years back whom I overheard talking to another neighbor lady about something or another that had broken, and she said "give it to Carol. That bitch can fix anything." I'll always remember that because that sort of sums her up (the fix it part, not the bitch part.) She's the primary reason I have so little use for whining feminists. She beats men at their own game, but also commands respect from our female friends. She's not the most feminine woman, but she is also very attractive and compelling in her late sixties. Any way, I'm a lucky man who's thankful no one tried to redirect her in her childhood years when she was beating up the boys.

Known Unknown said...

For one thing, Kendall hasn't ruined herself like her sister with surgery and implants. She's still relatively fresh-faced and normal looking.

n.n said...

There is a time and place for everything. Context matters. Men and women can share common interests and roles in traditionally and popularly conceived gendered things without losing their sex.

Saint Croix said...

A former tomboy shares her story here

Gretchen said...

While I generally lean libertarian I'd vote for any candidate who promised to outlaw all media coverage of the Kardashian/Jenners. I am so sick of them. They are all nasty attention whores, and some are actual whore whores.

Craig Howard said...

They need to restrict transgender classifications to the homosexual/bisexual orientations, with or without drug-simulated crossover and medical corruption.

Why should "they" do that?

Most transgender men are heterosexual.

n.n said...

Most transgender men are heterosexual.

Women who become men seeking women? Or men who become women seeking men?

Joe said...

My oldest daughter was a tomboy, but still collected more shoes than is reasonable.

Funny thing is that she tried to raise her oldest daughter a tomboy and her daughter refused. My oldest granddaughter is independent as hell and can be very rough-and-tumble, but has always been the girliest girl you can imagine.

(And Kendall Jenner is, by far, the best looking of the bunch.)