Vanderpump Rules: Billie Lee was Depressed as a Result of Bullying (S6, E9) | After Show | Bravo



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30 thoughts on “Vanderpump Rules: Billie Lee was Depressed as a Result of Bullying (S6, E9) | After Show | Bravo

  1. She is actually from my home town. Proud of her and her story. The only thing is,  just because we are from the Midwest does not mean we are small minded people. I am sure it was rough for her, however please don't make it out that we are a town of hateful people. Not that it matters but we have LGBTQ night club in our town as well. Everyone just needs to be themselves and stop worrying how others live their lives. As long as your actions do not hurt anyone, it shouldn't matter how you live your life!

  2. I admire Billie's struggle and where she is today but it is clear that she is only on the show because she is transgender. I find it to be an incredibly tacky move for Bravo. She isn't an authentic member of the group.

  3. I think she is a beautiful sweetheart and I know bravo is pushing the trans agenda, I see past it and hopefully see more of who Billie is and her story next season.

  4. Can i just say that i do like billie, and no being trans isnt ones identity in todays world, but lets not forget that in some countries even states being gay isn't okay, so being trans is like woooooh.

    Id say shes new its not her fault that the show only focused on that i do feel she can contribute to the show. Better than scheana. Lol

  5. I'd recommend to anybody with non medical depression to take the spiritual path to Jesus to bring forth inner peace. That's what i did anyway and the end result was an inner peace that was not there before. Even when life's difficulties come my way i don't have that downward spiral as before…If anybody is interested, the bible teaching site, teachingfaith com is a good resource to teach you all the ins and outs of starting and maintaining your saving relationship with Jesus. Start with a series titled, 'change of mind'…all the content there is free…

  6. So its okay to promote femininity, but its considered a mental health issue to be masculine???? Im all for u living the life u see fit, and i think youre gorgeous.. but its pissing me off with the level of hypocrisy these days

  7. Being transgender doesn’t make you interesting. Don’t you have anything else to offer? Like do you do anything else other than complain lol..?

  8. Hey Billie you gotta have something else going for you than being transgender. It's not enough to make you interesting!

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