Last week during our discussion on race and gender we spoke about Caitlyn Jenner at one point. This reminded me about how Caitlyn won “Woman of the Year” by Glamour Magazine, there was a whole controversy on it considering that she wasn’t even a woman for a year. A widower of a 9/11 officer returned his late wife’s award because he thought it disrespected his wife. His wife had to die for our country in order to receive while Jenner just had to turn into a woman. In the article below it shows that Glamour magazine said that they recognized Jenner for being brave enough to come out and show her true self. http://www.cnn.com/2015/11/16/living/widower-911-officer-glamour-award-caitlyn-jenner-feat/
Do you think that Glamour Magazine was right to put Caitlyn Jenner as the “Woman of the Year”? Or was the widower right for returning the award?