Caitlyn Jenner gets a porn parody

This article contains explicit material and may be NSFW.

Brace yourselves, the Caitlyn Jenner porn parody is coming. 

It’s been a big year for Jenner: introducing herself to America, landing the cover of Vanity Fairand debuting her new E! reality series I Am Cait. And now, she’s getting the (highly predictable) XXX-spoof treatment. Transexual porn company Trans500 Studios is producing Kaitlyn Gender: Based on a Not so True Story

Self-described “Southern Belle Transsexual Pornstar” Jonelle Brooks is playing Kaitlyn Gender, with the plot — er, “plot” — telling her story of finding her identity while of course getting laid along the way. “Kaitlyn Gender” also features a slew of other porn performers such as Duncan Black as Juice Gender (Bruce Jenner) and Angelina Castro as Kimmie (Kim Kardashian), the woman who looks to be in the explicit scenes with Brooks. (Reminder, IRL, Kim is Caitlyn’s step-daughter. Hey, we didn’t promise this film would be classy.)

Kaitlyn Gender

Alas, as Jamie Peck from Death and Taxes points out, on closer look “Kaitlyn Gender” doesn’t seem as offensive as it might on first glance. It has a trans actress playing a trans role, something that even Hollywood can’t seem to figure out. Brooks also appears to have a penis, challenging the idea that trans identity isn’t simply about genitalia. So, it could be much worse. At least it’s not depicting things like “ghetto gaggers” or “wild boars fucking women.” 

Will people be watching the film for the plot? Of course not, it’s a porn parody. Will they be trying to find it online out of curiosity? Yeah, most likely. But as Rule 34 states, if it exists there’s a porn version of it. This was inevitable. 

Kaitlyn Gender is slated to be released on September 24, but you can preorder a copy of the DVD for a mere $29.99. 

H/T Death and Taxes | Photo by KaitlynGender/Twitter

Gabe Bergado

Gabe Bergado

Gabe Bergado is a Daily Dot alumnus who covered dank memes, teens, and the weirdest corners of the Internet. One time, Ted Cruz supporters turned him into a meme—or at least tried to. In 2017, he started reporting for Teen Vogue's entertainment section.