Dr. Oz, now a GOP Senate candidate, had Jazz Jennings, transgender parents, transgender surgeon on his show
Dr. Mehmet Oz, a former surgeon and TV personality, has presented a conservative platform in the race for the Republican U.S. Senate nomination in Pennsylvania, but in spite of his conservative platform on social and transgender issues, he repeatedly gave a platform to transgender activists, transgender parents, and a surgeon who performs transgender surgery.
The 20-year-old wrote on Instagram that she struggles with binge eating, which causes her to be addicted to food and to eat in large quantities.
Transgender activist and reality star Jazz Jennings is opening up about her struggle with binge-eating disorder. In a post on Friday, the "I Am Jazz" star shared a side-by-side photo of herself in a sports bra and black shorts, compared to another undated photo that appears to be from a few years ago.
As Trans Day of Visibility approaches, reality TV star and activist Jazz Jennings is opening up again about a barrier she faced as a transgender child. On Monday, the 20-year-old star of TLC’s “I Am Jazz” recalled a period during her childhood in which she was not allowed to play girls travel soccer because of her trans identity. To illustrate the toll the discriminatory ruling took on her and her loved ones, Jennings tweeted a video of her father tearfully defending her rights.