Bruce Jenner “Lust List” Of Celebrity Men He Would Like Date Is Made Up By Tabloid

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Bruce Jenner Lust List

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Bruce Jenner Lust List

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The National Enquirer claims to have Bruce Jenner’s “Lust List,” an alleged group of names of “men he’d like to pursue once he becomes a woman.” It’s a shameful, disgusting piece from an outlet that routinely attempts to capitalize on celebrities’ trials and tribulations through sensational and speculative stories like this one.

According to the supermarket tabloid, Jenner “is dreaming of hot hunks to seduce into becoming a Tinseltown power couple,” and claims to have obtained his “Hollywood Lust List” from a so-called “friend” of the Olympian. Among the names mentioned are Adam Sandler, Frank Gifford, and Ryan Seacrest. The National Enquirer fills out its story with quotes from its alleged tipster explaining why Jenner is supposedly interested in each star.

The National Enquirer and its snitch conveniently tie Jenner’s supposed interest to personal interactions he’s had with the men over the years. For example, the tabloid’s source says Jenner fell for Sandler “when he filmed a cameo in Adam’s 2011 movie Jack and Jill.” Of course, no real person would actually say in a normal conversation a phrase like, “Adam’s 2011 movie Jack and Jill,” but that’s the least of the magazine’s problems.

“Bruce wants to get closer to the men he’s lusted after in Hollywood for years, and he’s prepared to lay his cards on the table,” claims the National Enquirer “source.” What the magazine fails to mention, though, is that not all transgender people start dating members of their (originally born) sex after transitioning, and there’s been no indication that Jenner will begin seeing men. People even reported in last week’s issue that Jenner “remains attracted to women.” Oh, and one more thing: Some of the men, like Gifford and Sandler, with whom the National Enquirer alleges Jenner wants to become a “power couple,” are actually already married.

Interestingly, the National Enquirer’s story hit newsstands on the same day that Patricia Arquette, who has a transgender sister, slammed tabloid coverage of Jenner’s transition while appearing on “The Meredith Vieira Show.” As Gossip Cop reported, Arquette said, “These newspapers, these magazines that are being so disrespectful, they should be ashamed because, really, they’re on the unforgivable side of history, and what they are doing is pathetic and immature and repulsive.” The National Enquirer should take note.


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