BTInsiders know full-well that the #15 FCIL often speaks its mind, save the times when he or she is running for office. In those cases, each and every word is carefully planned, orchestrated, and delivered with precise execution. Sure, they’ll have mishaps, but compared to the teleprompter-reliant #13 FCIR (ala Barak Obama), there’s no comparison.
Bob Costas has been one particular #15 to speak his mind. Last year during a football halftime show Costas gave his frank opinion regarding the murder-suicide committed by Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher, saying “If Jovan Belcher didn’t possess a gun, he and Kasandra Perkins would both be alive today.” Recently, Costas gave a piece of his mind again regarding ESPN’s decision to award Caitlyn Jenner with the Arther Ashe Courage Award, calling it a “crass exploitation play.”
“In the broad world of sports, I’m pretty sure they could’ve found someone — and this is not anything against Caitlyn Jenner — who was much closer actively involved in sports, who would’ve been deserving of what that award represents,” Costas said on The Dan Patrick Show (another rare media #15 where they usually rise to the top). “I think this is just a play to pump up the audience, the way lots of things are put on television to attract eyeballs — not because of the validity but because of whatever the kind of gawker factor is.” While Costas clarified that Jenner’s recent actions have taken some “measure of personal courage,” he stated that ESPN’s decision to award Jenner was merely to “attract eyeballs.”
Bruce Jenner, now known as Caitlyn, is yet another #15 FCIL. While the entire issue could be discussed from a million standpoints, we will approach it from one in particular … Jenner’s brain. Jenner actually told Diane Sawyer, another #15 FCIL, in their famous interview months ago that, “My brain is much more female than it is male.” We guarantee you, physiologically, such is not the case.
A man can undergo hormone treatments, alter their physical anatomy, etc., but changing his God-given brain (as well as Brain Type) is an entirely different matter. For one, the male brain is typically about ten percent larger than the female brain. The parietal region is also thicker in the female brain, making it harder for them to mentally rotate objects. “Women often report difficulty with spatial tasks, both on tests and in real life.” Thirdly, men rely heavily on the amygdala in the right hemisphere of the brain, while the female has a greater inborn capacity to engage both amygdalae. Males also have more gray matter, while female brains have more than 9.5 times as much white matter, the ‘stuff’ that connects various parts of the brain. “The frontal area of the cortex and the temporal area of the cortex are more precisely organized in women, and are bigger in volume.”
We actually could go on and on regarding the slight to large differences between male and female brains. All to say, Caitlyn will forever have the brain of Bruce no matter what he/she does. In terms of his hard-wiring, he will always see as a man and think as a man, simply because Bruce Jenner is a man.
Written by: Staff
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