specials, rare magazine interviews and multiple seasons of her reality TV show — but the tale of the world's "greatest athlete" and most famous transgender woman is laid out from head to toe in her new memoir.
Out April 25, Jenner struggled with identity from an early age and is still struggling with labels.
Though she describes Bruce as a person she mourned the loss of, someone left behind at moments like getting her new birth certificate, she writes that “You can’t simply blot out your past."Jenner has had lots of doubts: about whether she could transition in earlier decades, how family would react when she did decide to do it, whether people are truly accepting now or just being nice to her face. Jenner explains early on that she has only ever had sex with five women, three of whom she was married to, and that she's not interested in talking about having sex with anyone else.
But she also dismisses rumors that she has regrets about transitioning today, which she has heard parents use to try to talk teenagers out of their own feelings about gender identity: “I have never been happier. She emphasizes time and again that gender and sexuality are distinct, though there is a misperception that people transition for sexual reasons. Jenner confirms in the book that she has had gender reassignment surgery, as well as many other medical treatments.
, chimes in and tells the reality star, "I know for a fact you've said many times that you've only been attracted to women." RELATED: Caitlyn Jenner Nominated For Social Media Queen — But First, Let Her Take a Selfie The former Olympian quickly clarifies, "I've only been with women," adding, "I have bigger things than an orgasm to worry about.
I have bigger things to worry about than an orgasm." When her friends push her to answer the question, Caitlyn seems stressed and responds, "I don't know.
Jenner publicly came out as transgender in late April, and revealed herself as Caitlyn in an interview with Vanity Fair in early June. District Attorney announced in September they would not file charges.) In “Kardashian Dynasty: The Controversial Rise of America’s Royal Family” (Gallery Books) by Ian Halperin, the author quotes a “longtime friend of Jenner’s” as accusing Jenner of “misdirecting the serious offense by promoting his transition.” “Before Bruce got into the accident, he gave the world hints about his true sexuality,” Halperin quotes the friend as saying. I truly believe he was trying to misdirect the negative publicity he received after the car crash…was clear he was worried about being charged.” Halperin also spoke to an NCAA coach “who had known Jenner for years,” and had been in contact with Jenner recently.
During her interview, Caitlyn — who has been married to three different women — talked about how there's no correlation between one's gender identity and one's sexuality. Sexuality is who you personally are attracted to — who turns you on," she said at the time.
It’s safe to say that Travis Scott is pretty smitten with his new girlfriend Kylie Jenner.
The 25-year-old rapper posted a sweet yet cryptic message on Twitter and many fans are speculating that not only is it about his new, 19-year-old girlfriend — but that the two have taken their relationship to the next level!
In a new book about the Kardashian family, longtime friends of Caitlyn Jenner allege that the celebrity-formerly-known-as-Bruce went public with her gender transition when she did to distract from possible manslaughter charges – and that Kris Jenner spent years urging Bruce to pray away his desire for change.
The February 2015 crash – in which Jenner, then still Bruce, was alleged to be driving at an unsafe speed – led to the death of 69-year-old Kim Howe, and could have caused Jenner to be charged with manslaughter.