Published: Sat, May 13, 2017
Culture | By Antonia Gonzales

Caitlyn Jenner opens up about her transition

Caitlyn Jenner opens up about her transition

A Republican supporter who supported Mr Trump in last year's USA election, Jenner said she was disappointed the new president had overturned guidance allowing transgender students to use school toilets matching their gender identity.

Jenner continued, "It doesn't make me regret my vote yet, but it is very disappointing and I have been very verbal about that", adding that she would like to have "more conversation" with The Donald about LGBTQ issues.

Reality TV star Caitlyn Jenner says she is considering entering United States politics in a bid to promote transgender issues.

We've never seen her be so candid!

Jenner said some of her children were mourning the "loss of Bruce", the name she lived by before transitioning.

Caitlyn Jenner was anxious she was too "masculine" to ever get away with unveiling herself as Caitlyn and has credited her inner female for winning her gold medal in the 1976 Olympic games.

Jenner said that Caitlyn had existed inside her her whole life and said that she helped her through her years as Bruce.

"I don't want to be responsible for people going through this".

"I was never thinking how far I could go with it, but I guarantee it was that little Caitlyn living inside that was having me out training, because it was more important for me to prove myself". "Those are the things I'm evaluating".

"It has no special gifts or use for me other than what I have said before, the ability to take a whiz in the woods", she wrote.

Jenner was also asked to speak about her sexual orientation, and revealed that she still was not sure which sex she was attracted to at this time. And we thought about it and she thought, and I thought, we could deal with this.

"I had been on hormones, I had to be honest with her as there are lots of little changes that go on there".

And Caitlyn Jenner naturally timed her visit to coincide with the British LGBT Awards, attending the glitzy ceremony in London on Friday night.

"And at that time I thought "it is time to start talking", so I said "I'll come to your house tonight".

Asked if she feels content now, she said: "Oh, so peaceful".

This morning she appeared on the BBC1's Victoria Derbyshire program.

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