Multiple sources reported yesterday that Glamour magazine has named Reese Witherspoon and — believe it or not — Caitlyn Jenner as its “Women of the Year.” Okay then…
— The Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) October 22, 2015
EXCLUSIVE – Caitlyn Jenner And Reese Witherspoon Are Glamour Magazine's 'Women Of The Year' https://t.co/NVhbeB8d6x
— Gossip Cop (@GossipCop) October 22, 2015
Which has best-selling author and Twitchy favorite Brad Thor scratching his head and wondering if Galmour could name Jenner as a “Woman of the Year,” who might Ebony magazine name as its “African-American of the year.”
What's next? Ebony magazine to name Rachel Dolenz African-American of the year? https://t.co/iQ7MUhRCF3
— Brad Thor (@BradThor) October 22, 2015
He means Rachel Dolezal, but we get his point. Or maybe Shaun King will win. So many choices this year!
'Ur Native American now Shaun?': Montel Williams and Shaun King get into insult war over Redskins http://t.co/3cBktULnNn
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) October 11, 2015
But back to the Caitlyn Jenner news. We understand the need to sell magazines, but why not honor someone a little more deserving, heh? This is a great suggestion:
@BradThor I can name fifty women actually worthy of this title, none of whom are celebrities.Starting with any woman who has battled cancer.
— Julie Hill (@hjulesh) October 22, 2015