The whole world is taking about her, myself included.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock you must of heard that Bruce Jenner has announced that he is transgender and is in the process of transitioning into a woman. After what appears to have been an internal struggle for most of Bruce’s life it seems that now all has been revealed he can finally be happy and live the life that he wants to. On that note – I will finally stop referring to Bruce in a male sense and start embracing Caitlyn Jenner as the beautiful woman she is!
“That female side of me is part of me. It’s who I am. I was not genetically born that way.” – Bruce Jenner revealed in an interview with Diane Sawyer.
Unfortunately some people in this world we live in are very small minded and cannot see past the obvious but it gives me great pleasure and hope in today’s society that I have only heard/read positive responses to this very public transition. Transgender as a topic is not widely talked about or even fully understood by a lot of people, which is why Caitlyn’s transition is so brave and important so we can start to understand and accept peoples differences and most importantly treat everyone as equals whether they fit the ‘norm’ or not.
On Monday, Vanity Fair revealed the debut cover for Ms. Jenner and I have to say… she looks FANTASTIC.
“I’m not doing this to be interesting. I’m doing this to live.” #CallMeCaitlyn
The ivory corset from the American brand Trashy Lingerie is perfect for her big reveal, it left me with the thoughts of glamour, elegance and admiration. I have to admit that before this shoot I had never heard of Trashy Lingerie but after a bit a research it seems that they have a massive celebrity clientèle including all of the Kardashian clan.
I cannot wait to see Caitlyn at her first public appearance where she will be accepting an Arthur Ashe Courage Award in July. Jenner and her glam squad will most definitely have a tough choice making the decision on what to wear, I am sure every designer will be bombarding them with their best creations to make sure they are worn by the new ‘it’ girl.
Hopefully now the world can start embracing the differences between us and we can stop living in such a judgemental society.
What do you think of Caitlyn’s cover of Vanity Fair?