The journey of Caitlyn Jenner has been (and will likely continue to be) a remarkably progressive event in mainstream culture, effectively thrusting issues forward in a way that likely never would have happened without Caitlyn's hyper-public spotlight shifting its aim. I Am Cait, the E! docuseries which follows Caitlyn as she grows into the woman she's always been, succeeds mainly because it allows the matured formation of two parallel narratives: Caitlyn's personal journey toward her true self and the long-in-progress journey of the entire transgender community.

That said, you haven't fully arrived until you're the subject of a porn parody, the unofficial stamp of mainstream ubiquity that's previously given the decidedly naked nod of approval to The Simpsons, Harry Potter (entitled, as you could have guessed, Hairy Twatter), The Walking Dead, and even Lena Dunham's HBO gem Girls. Dubbed Kaitlyn Gender: Based on a Not So True Story, Jenner's parody doubles as both a predictable parody and an enthusiastic tribute to the continued need for acceptance in all facets of art and entertainment.

Clarifying in a press release that they are "in no way making fun" of the trans community's daily struggles, Trans500 Studios simply wants to honor the profundity of this cultural breakthrough in the best way they know how: a high-quality comedic parody with a stacked roster of porn stars. Kaitlyn Gender is portrayed by Jonelle Brooks, billed as "a Florida conservative transsexual with glamorous looks and perfect comedic timing." Brooks is joined by Duncan Black, Angelina Castro, Toby Springs, and many more.

Kaitlyn Gender: Based on a Not So True Story arrives on September 24.

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