WOGPNews - A recently erected billboard in Auckland New Zealand has made light of Caitlyn Jenner's recent sex change and angered members of the transgender community.
It featured the photo from her Vanity Fair cover shoot wearing a Santa hat and the words; "I hope your sack is fuller than mine this Christmas. Merry Christmas from Cranium".
Rebecca Jones, the mother of a 9-year-old transgender boy, said the billboard was transphobic.
"I find this absolutely disgusting."
She said the director of the company seemed not to take a complaint made about the billboard seriously and was "quite insulting".
An email from the director, Phillip Garratt, indicated the billboard would be removed.
He said there was no way he'd discriminate against anyone and that the words on the billboard were "referring to a Santa sack" and nothing else.
A post on his company's Facebook page also issued an apology and indicated the billboard had been taken down.
"It was not our intention to offend any people in the community ... Cait is more then [sic] welcome to stay at my house with my family anytime. I will have a wine or a beer with her quite happily and it would be an honour."
There's been a mixed response on social media with some taking the opportunity to make light of Ms Jenner, while others have been quite critical.
Jesse Evenblij said the billboard was "seriously horrible".
"The company should be ashamed. People just have no clue how Caitlyn has literally saved lives by making transgender 'normal'. Young people can look up to Caitlyn and realise they aren't alone."
WOGPNews: According to TMZ actor/director Peter Berg went all transphobic over Wednesday nights ESPY Awards to the notion that Caitlyn Jenner was not the person of the deserving kind of praise over a prestigious award for 'Courage'.
Berg even went as far as posting an online Meme with a disable soldier and Caitlyn in the opposite image with his view of the award given to Caitlyn.
WOGP News - Well you decide? Do you think Timbaland's (Timothy Zachery Mosley) meme posted yesterday to his Facebook wall was in anyway transphobic?
Since the media release this week about Caitlyn Jenner (a.k.a Bruce Jenner) covered the mainstream fashion magazine 'Vanity Fair' the bigots and haters didn't take long to have a go at Caitlyn's new way of life being who she wants to be and that is to be a women.
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