Caitlyn Jenner, you mean. She wants to be called Caitlyn, and showing tolerance to her would be respecting her wishes (even if you don't agree with her lifestyle.)
I meant no offense; I merely called her "Bruce", since I was summarizing an article which did so.
I have a question, though. How far back do you go, when referring to Caitlyn Jenner? I'm asking, because this came up in a Nancy Drew book review I did in February, long before Jenner's sex change operation. Specifically, I made the joke at Bruce Jenner writes Nancy Drew books, since multiple Nancy Drew books refer to the 1976 Olympics.
Do I have to redo my review and change that line to Caitlyn Jenner? Or is it okay to keep the reference to Bruce Jenner, since we're talking about things done long before his sex change operation? I don't want to offend anyone.
EDIT: I originally wrote something here about my wife Katie. I thought it was relevant, because she's also a Cate/Kate making a name change right now. People thought it was a backhanded insult, so I'm deleting it at their request.