Caitlyn Jenner Is Asking Too Much

I have a vestibular disorder — that is, my inner ear malfunctions. I have, spontaneously and uncontrollably, vomited in a supermarket.

If you do a Google search of the words “vestibular disorder vomit supermarket,” you will see that getting sick in supermarkets is routine for people with vestibular disorders. The supermarket design affects us. High, narrow, aisles jam-packed with lots and lots of items overwhelm our damaged systems of balance.

How many of us are there? According to the Archives of Internal Medicine sixty-nine million Americans have some vestibular dysfunction. Not all of those people are in such bad shape that any given visit to a supermarket might result in uncontrollable vomiting, but plenty are.

  • DD_Austin

    In California they take mental illness and feed it money
    until it grows into the Jacksons, Jenners and other wantabe honeys
    and all the Sideshow freaks of the streets
    are now victims and and become the elites
    And if you don’t like the new darlings of the media
    then you got a problem, just check wikipedia

  • mauser 98

    ….legal bestiality is next
    betchya a buck

    • The Butterfly

      What I don’t understand is, why do the muslims keep raping me, now that I’m a beautiful butterfly and not a goat?

      • Frau Katze

        They’re just h8trs!

  • BillyHW

    All the lazy, stupid, airhead, cake-inhaling, Justin Trudeau-voting ladies (forgive all the redundancies) at my work can do nothing but talk about this pervert on their lunch hours and they keep referring to it as a she.

  • kkruger71

    Had one of the opposites at a job I left last year, in that it was a girl that, after a couple years with the company decided she was now a guy named Doug. I was fine with the name change as many people change their name or have nicknames, but I absolutely refused to change the pronouns. She was still a she and I would always use the word her when referencing her. Though I must say that even though I used the name Doug I couldn’t help but laugh every time I did, much like I would if I was requested to use a nickname like T-Dog or something equally as goofy. Thankfully our area coordinator was friends with me and scheduled us to mostly be at different locations and never worked directly together after her change, or it is likely I would have ended up before some labour board or human rights commission.
    I am amazed that at this point, this would be the bit from Top Secret that would be likely deemed the most offensive.

  • Clink9

    Good article. It’s like forcing us to call the McGuire twins slim and svelte.

    Not gunna happen.

  • El Martyachi

    …. a Caitlyn too far.

  • tom_billesley
    • Minicapt

      It is now below the norm.


  • Excellent commentary.

    Unfortunately it requires an IQ higher than the average liberal to understand.

  • lolwut?