In the spring of 2019, the world was buzzing about Caitlyn “Cait” Jenner’s rumored transition to a woman, and it looked like the world would never see her again.
But the “Glamor” magazine is making that transition official.
The publication, the latest of many, is publishing an excerpt of Caitlyn’s “Transition” memoir, which will be available for the first time in the magazine’s October issue.
“Transitions are not a matter of being male or female.
They are a matter to be embraced and understood, and they should be embraced,” the excerpt reads.
“Cultural and societal expectations of women’s bodies should be reflected in our public discourse.”
It’s a stunning and moving piece of work that speaks to the incredible work of the transgender community in the last 10 years, as well as the importance of “Transformation” to the wider society.
But what’s most amazing about it, and the most inspiring, is that Caitlyn is willing to share her own life with the world.
The article in question, titled “From the Shadows,” was written in June 2018.
It’s Caitlyn first full memoir since her announcement in 2014 that she would be transitioning.
As it’s being written now, there’s not a lot of context for the book’s actual contents, which are only a small part of Caitlin’s life.
The interview itself was done in April 2018.
In the past, Caitlyn has talked about the transition as an emotional process, with a heavy dose of therapy.
Now that the book is out, she’s saying that it’s an “unfortunate” book that has been misunderstood.
“It is a memoir, but it’s also a statement, and I’m trying to say, ‘I’m not a woman.
I’m not transgender.
I can’t change what I am.
I’ve been in this business for 35 years,'” Caitlyn told Diane Sawyer in a 2017 interview.
Caitlyn also recently said that the transition was not something that she felt comfortable sharing in public, since it had taken so much away from her life.
“The fact that people are so obsessed with what Caitlyn looks like and what she’s doing and what it’s like for people in the world, I mean, that’s really hurtful.
I don’t know if it’s for me.
I really don’t,” she said in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter.
“People want to know what I look like.
They want to see me and hear about me.
That’s not what I want.
It just makes me so unhappy.”
“I have to say that my journey and my journey is a reflection of me, not me being trans,” Caitlyn continued.
“I don’t want people to see what I’m going through, because that would just make me feel worse.
And I don.
And the worst thing that can happen is to have people see me as a woman who wants to be a woman.”
The interview also revealed that Caitlin has suffered from a number of mental health issues throughout her career, including depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder.
The excerpt itself is a long, thoughtful and honest piece, but Caitlyn goes into some detail about how she came to be diagnosed with depression, and how she has been trying to work through that.
Caitlin told Sawyer that she started feeling like she was “not who I was supposed to be,” and that it was only after going through therapy that she was able to fully accept herself.
“At the time, I was really angry with myself for not being able to get over it,” Caitlin said in the interview.
And that was the first real time that I was able actually to say to myself, ‘Hey, this is not how I’m supposed to feel.'” “
But I was in therapy for a year and a half.
And that was the first real time that I was able actually to say to myself, ‘Hey, this is not how I’m supposed to feel.'”
Caitlyn revealed that her therapy sessions have helped her “to heal a lot.”
“The most important thing that I learned is that I can really heal,” she told Sawyer.
“So I can heal by myself.
And it’s helped me.
It has helped me heal so much.”
Caitlyn will be appearing on “The View” on Tuesday, September 30.