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Quoted: Cher on adjusting to Chaz Bono's gender reassignment


Chaz Bono, 2010. (Gregg DeGuire/PictureGroup)



"I still don't remember to call her 'him.'"



-- Cher on daughter Chastity Bono, now Chaz, after a sex-change operation last year. The singer tells Vanity Fair that she's proud but still gets confused: "She's a very smart girl -- boy! This is where I get into trouble. My pronouns are [screwed up.]"


By The Reliable Source  | November 3, 2010; 1:00 AM ET
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Gender identity shouldn't define us and/or box us in. How we relate to others, and what our beliefs are, are the important 'touchpoints' that connect us to the people that we care for. Nothing else should matter.

Posted by: tungjiii | November 2, 2010 10:57 PM | Report abuse

My God John Candy has come back from the dead!

Posted by: bandsposs | November 3, 2010 11:37 AM | Report abuse

My God John Candy has come back from the dead!

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