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'Real Housewives' Alum Tamra Judge

'Real Housewives' Alum Tamra Judge Shows Strong Support For LGBTQ Community

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By Clark Sparky

Former "Real Housewives of Orange County" star Tamra Judge took a break from throwing shade at current Bravo cast members to post a message about Pride Month on Instagram. She shared a video of herself walking up a flight of stairs wearing shoes that read "good vibes" with rainbows on the sides of them. “Steps you can take to support LGBTQ," she began the caption.

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“1. Educate yourself 2. Raise awareness 3. Be sensitive and respectful 4. Lead by example 5. Speak out about offensive verbal comments 6. Love All. The list can go on and on. Most of all just be a good human and let people be who they want to be," Judge added.

Of course, everything Judge does causes some level of controversy. A few followers pointed out that the message came off as phony after she showed support for a transphobic post her son made last year.


Her son, Ryan, posted a screenshot of an article about a British transgender family that revealed its five-year-old son was transitioning.

“LET’S BE FUCKKING REAL, THE WORLD IS FUCKED. COMPLETEDLY FUCKED," Ryan wrote. "The only thing that kid should be transitioning into is being a 6-year-old. Anything else is abusive brainwashing.”

Judge liked the post and commented, “Wow, that’s sad. 5-year-old cannot make a decision like that.” After intense backlash, she was quick to issue and apology and Ryan later deleted the post.


One her "steps" post on Saturday, she commented about the haters who were showing up in the comments. "When do we start the movement on stoping hate on social media !!! Huge problem on our world. Especially for our children," Judge said.

Two weeks ago, Judge made some comments that came off as xenophobic. She was talking about Season 12 cast member Peggy Sulahian, who was born in Kuwait to Armenian parents, so she spoke with an accent. At times, Bravo used closed captioning when she was talking.


Judge took issue with a cast member not being able to speak English well enough to not need subtitles.

“Anyone you have to subtitle should not be on the show. That’s what I feel,” Judge said while appearing as a guest on the "Behind the Velvet Rope with David Yontef" podcast. “If you can’t understand what they’re saying, that’s difficult. I think she was nice, but I just don’t think she was good TV. It does not mean you’re a horrible person, it just takes a certain personality.”

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