Jazz Jennings looks into ‘bottom surgery’ and dating transgender people in new series of I Am Jazz Elizabeth Adetula Friday 31 Mar 2017 5:05 pm Share this article via facebook Share this
Greg and Jazz attempt to surprise Jeanette with a wedding vow renewal ceremony; Jazz gets an unexpected gift on her 17th birthday; Dr. Volker makes a decision about Jazz’s therapy letter; Dr. Bowers has one final ultimatum regarding Jazz’s surgery.
Season 4 of I am Jazz premieres Tuesday, Jan. 2 at 10 p.m. ET on TLC, and later moves to 9 p.m. ET on Jan. 23.
A new trailer for the third season of I Am Jazz, the TLC reality show documenting the 16-year-old’s life as a trans teen and LGBTQ activist, shows Jennings expressing her eagerness to get “bottom
But Jennings is much younger than these women — only 14 years old. She is the subject of a new docu-series on TLC called I Am Jazz.
Jazz: I love you, too. She is my mom, so it’s kind of like she’s overreacting, but it’s okay, ’cause I do understand it. She’s nervous about me, and that’s a good thing, but hopefully, she’ll realize that everything went well and that there was no reason to get upset.
In 2015, the picture book I AM JAZZ, by Jessica Herthel and Jazz Jennings, about a transgender girl, was No. 3 on the American Library Association’s Top Ten Banned Books. Now Jazz Jennings gives voice to her story in a new way by narrating what she calls her memoir on growing up transgender.
I Am Jazz (announced as All That Jazz) is an American reality television series on TLC about a transgender girl named Jazz Jennings. The series features Jazz and her family “dealing with typical teen drama through the lens of a transgender youth.” I Am Jazz premiered on …
Original network: TLC