Bruce is reportedly in the process of becoming a woman and if it’s true, I think his daughters should one thousand percent be there for their dad during this confusing time.
Kendall Jenner, 18, and Kylie Jenner, 16, you only get one dad and one life, so make the most of it. If this means supporting your father while he navigates the possibility of undergoing a sex change, then you have to do it. It will be confusing and difficult for both of you, but imagine what your dad must be going through!
Kendall & Kylie Jenner: You Should Support Bruce Jenner’s Sex Change
There are numerous reports that claim Bruce wants to become a woman. If that’s indeed the case, then I say good for him! Kendall, Kylie, is hard enough being teenagers, it’s sad dealing with your parents separation and now this news may make your head feel like it’s going to explode.
I know Bruce allegedly hasn’t told you his plans yet but there’s a report on RadarOnline.com that claims your friends are teasing you based off all the attention this is getting in the press. First of all, if any of your “friends” are giving you a hard time about this, they are not your friends. Secondly, who cares what anyone thinks, just go spend time with your dad.
Your father has six kids, but he needs each and every one of you by his side. If he’s considering gender reassignment surgery, this is not something to be taken lightly. Hanging out with your dad, grabbing coffee, going shopping or playing with his toy planes is the best thing you can do for him.
The whole world has made fun of Bruce’s plastic surgery for years but the world is having a field day with the notion of Bruce becoming a woman. It’s hard enough to read about it but he would hate for his daughters to abandon him at the moment when he needs you the most.
Although both your mom, Kris Jenner has denied he going through with the sex change, it’s obvious Bruce is going through a lot. Regardless, stand by your stand, defend him to the end and all will be okay.
HollywoodLifers, do you think Kylie and Kendall should support their dad?
— Chloe Melas