Caitlyn Jenner was hailed as a hero when she came out on the cover of Vanity Fair last month, and it seems that she’s taking that role very seriously. (Photo by Michael Stewart/GC Images) Caitlyn Jenner in a sequin miniskirt in NYC Caitlyn Jenner at Gay Pride in New York.
It never ceases to amaze me how the biggest naysayers of social media are the individuals who rarely use it on a daily basis citing that is unsafe and/or destroys reputations. In her new post, Caitlyn said she’s learned a lot about general LGBT issues in a short period of time. She also wrote, “Happy 4th of July!” as told by E!
The 65-year-old toasts her new beginning, with them all saying: “To Caitlyn”.
The publication adds that she’s already been on a couple of dates which were set up by her friends, but there wasn’t enough chemistry for her.
As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Caitlyn keeps those memories close, even if they occurred when she was living her life in a man’s body, lying to the world (as she says).
However, it appears not everyone is on board with this idea quite yet. “I’ll be sharing their stories here in the coming weeks and I can’t wait for you to get to know them”, the post reads.
“The response to my new journey has been overwhelmingly positive”, she wrote, “and I’m eternally grateful for all of your sweet messages, letters and gifts”. They are just like you and me. No doubt helped by advice from Kim, she also showed off her newly minted style credentials in a series of elegant outfits.
Caitlyn Jenner’s mother felt like she had lost her son when the Olympian first revealed she was transgender. “I’m gaining, ‘” she said.
The youngsters then circled Caitlyn for a group hug and she said proudly: “We’re all lovely!” Network will premiere the hour-long first episode of the docu-series on 26 July 2015.