Caitlyn Jenner, Formerly Bruce Jenner, Wears A Silk Bodysuit For First Public Appearance As A Woman

Now that’s what we call breaking the Internet.

Caitlyn Jenner, formerly Bruce Jenner, has debuted “her” on the June cover of Vanity Fair.

In her first public appearance as a woman since coming out as transgender, the cover, shot by Annie Leibowitz, features a smiling Caitlyn in a white silk strapless bodysuit.

Watch the full behind the scenes video from the photoshoot here. 


Meet my little brother Jamie, he’s 8 years old and loves to wear dresses. Tonight was the first night I’ve ever put makeup on him. This is the happiest I’ve ever seen him. His dad (my stepdad) doesn’t allow him to wear clothes like this, even if he’s just playing in the house. He says that dresses are made for girls and gay men. But my sister and I strongly disagree. Wearing dresses doesn’t mean Jamie is gay, it means that he likes wearing dresses. I want my brother to grow up knowing that it’s okay to dress however you want. The only thing I want is for my brother to be happy, like he was tonight, for the rest of his life. I just want him to be able to be himself 24/7.

(Also, thanks to haily-haley-hailey and ly-ss-a for helping me.)


From GLAAD: “Please consider the following guidelines when covering Caitlyn Jenner’s announcement that she is now living publicly as her authentic self. This style guide will help you create respectful, accurate stories while avoiding common mistakes and clichés.”

See the guide here

My dad on Caitlyn Jenner
  • Me:*is packing my school bag* oh dad by the way never say Christian (my brother) or anyone looks like Drake bell. Unless you hate them.
  • Dad:why?
  • Me:well,you know how Bruce Jenner came out as Transgender?
  • Dad:yeah?
  • Me:she now goes by Caitlyn and *explains the tweets drake posted*
  • Dad:who cares what anyone thinks? If she is Caitlyn let her be Caitlyn.
  • Me:yeah *keeps backing my bag*
  • Dad:you know he was an amazing athlete. *immediately corrects himself* I mean she was an amazing athlete. She was also a pretty good actor.
  • Me:*cries because my dad understands*

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