Caitlyn Jenner has firmly rejected claims that she hasn't done "enough" to support the transgender community. The 73-year-old former Olympic athlete, previously known as Bruce Jenner before her gender transition in 2015, has clarified her stance, emphasizing that she never aspired to be seen as a savior for the community.
Caitlyn, who shares daughters Kendall and Kylie with TV matriarch Kris Jenner, expressed her frustration at the backlash she received despite establishing the now-discontinued Caitlyn Jenner Foundation and making substantial donations of $2.5 million to transgender organizations. In an interview with the Evening Standard newspaper before the release of the new Sky documentary series, 'House of Kardashian,' Caitlyn stated, "I started a foundation, gave away millions, $2.5 million to trans organizations. And honestly, I got so much hate for that."
She clarified that her objective is not to be a trans activist but to serve as a role model. Caitlyn wishes to leverage her fame to inspire others grappling with gender dysphoria, a condition where individuals experience discomfort between their biological sex and gender identity, to embrace their authentic selves.
Caitlyn affirmed, "I wanna be an example of any person that's suffering from gender dysphoria because gender dysphoria is real: it does happen, it’s very rare but it does happen. I want to be an example that you can be, whoever you may be right now, and you can go through with it, and your life can be good, and my life is good. The best part of my life today is I wake up in the morning and I just be myself all day long. I don’t have to lie to anybody. I don’t have to keep secrets. I felt that my whole life, I don’t have to sneak around nothing."
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