Caitlyn Jenner and Rachel Dolezal, though years and miles apart, have something in common – both have felt unable to wear their original identity.
Caitlyn transitioned from the very masculine Olympic athlete Bruce, to a very feminine Caitlyn; Rachel, born to Caucasian parents, presented herself in adult years as an African American.
They just were not comfortable being the person they were identified with at birth.
Their very public stories have opened up a much more honest and challenging conversation about identity. What is it? Where does it come from? Can you fundamentally change it, and do you need to if you are unhappy with it?Continue Reading