Female impersonator Bruce Jenner, aka "Caitlyn", canceled his upcoming speaking tour amid reports of slow (or no) ticket sales.
The five-city speaking tour was set to begin in Vancouver in February and end in Seattle, but the dates "conflicted with another work commitment," his publicist Alan Nierob told USA Today.
According to USA Today, the tour, which was booked by Unique Lives & Experiences, was billed as "North America's foremost women's lecture series."
But Jenner's previous speaking tour in 2015 was marred by protests organized by transsexuals who objected to Jenner representing them. The transexuals despise Jenner's Republican values and white male privilege.
Unique Lives & Experiences scrubbed Jenner's page from its website on Wednesday.
Jenner sparked controversy when he told Time magazine that some in the transgender community were struggling to present themselves as feminine.
Jenner, who was named "Person of the Year" by TIME, said "If you look like a man in a dress, it makes people uncomfortable."
Jenner later apologized, saying "I still feel like I have so much to learn."