For those who post online, whether it's on news stories, the Glamour magazine website or in forums, referring to Caitlyn in a derogatory manner, I recommend researching the work she has done and the struggle she has been through before passing judgement. Get the whole story before you critique it. Put yourself in someone else's shoes before you mindlessly put them down.
You may still disagree, that's fine. You may still be adamant that she's not heroic, that she's not a worthy winner. That's also fine. But one thing you must agree with is the fact that Caitlyn is a woman. She is not a 'man in a dress' or a 'man is disguise'. She identifies as a woman; therefore, she is a woman.
I guess my true issue here is with Glamour, this award alone generates a lot of exposure in the media, so Glamour have the opportunity to use this award to value the women in our society that are saving lives, overcoming tragic illnesses and poverties, inventing amazing things and dying for their country like Moira Smith. Instead of continuously acknowledging celebrities, this is a real chance to every now and then appreciate and bring to light the unsung heroes.