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Sunday, 26 February 2017

Jazz (the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender teenage girl, not the music genre) was born in 2000 or 2001, somewhere along then. Supposedly, she's a "YouTube personality," whatever that means. She's best known for wearing rainbow-colored clothing and being a Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender teenage girl.

Ba Ba Wa Wa interviewed her on 20 Ditto, a television news magazine, whatever that is, broadcast on ABC TV, whatever that is. As a result, Jazz got her own YouTube channel and began hosting I'm Jazzed, which focuses on her life, to date, as a Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender teenage girl.

Due to the fact that she was born with male genitals, Jazz was designated a male on her (then his) birth certificate, although, when he became able to speak, he said he was a girl, and his or her birth certificate was revoked.

In order to earn a living, Jazz began to make television appearances to complain about the "challenges" of life as a Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender teenage girl. Her story was so engrossing Rosie O'Donald "just had to have her" on her show, The Rosie O'Donald Show, alongside Chaz Boner, the daughter of Sonny and Cheer, who later became their son.

One of Jazz's greatest accomplishments was harassing the United States Soccer Federation into changing its rules to allow her to play with girls. Her next-greatest accomplishment was writing her children's book, Jazzed: The Life and Times of a Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Teenage Girl. Having sold fifteen copies, it is the all-time bestseller in its category, Children's Books Written by a Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Teenage Girl.

She has threatened to write a sequel, Still Jazzed To Be A Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Teenage Girl, if she can find a publisher.

In 2015, Jazz appeared on the cover of Timeout Magazine, as The Most Influential Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Teenage Girl of the Year. Two years later, Robb Toner, of the Toner Doll Company, announced plans to reproduce a Jazz doll.

Although Jazz says she "likes boys," she self-identifies as a "pansexual person" who loves others for their personalities, not their "packages." She hopes somebody will make her a mother when she finishes puberty and her hormone therapy and sex-change operations. "I want a little Jazz," she said.

Maybe Toner will make a doll of Jazz's Little Jazz.

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