Jazz Jennings reacts to “misinformation” and harmful attacks on transgender community
Jazz Jennings, the star of “I Am Jazz”, recently responded to conservative commentators who have spread harmful attacks and misinformation about her and the transgender community.
She made a nearly 10-minute video addressing some of the comments and headlines that people have said and written about her.
She also aimed to educate viewers about transgender identities and issues and to create a world where everyone can live authentically and without fear of discrimination.
In her video, Jazz Jennings first debunked the claims that she “regrets” her early gender transitioning.
She asserted that she has no regrets and is happy being an out and proud woman. In response to conservative commentator Matt Walsh, who suggested that Jazz was unhappy with her life after her gender surgery, Jazz clarified that her mental health issues were not related to her transition.
She said that the surgery only brought her joy and happiness and that she was just having a moment of confusion when she spoke to her mom.
Jazz encouraged viewers to do their own research and educate themselves about transgender identities and issues.
She also hopes that her video can be a powerful message of resilience for anyone who has faced discrimination or bigotry based on their gender identity or expression.