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Bruce Jenner Breaks Free and Becomes “Caitlyn Jenner” at Vanity Fair Photoshoot


Caitlyn Jenner Is Finally “Free” on Vanity Fair’s Cover

Vanity Fair released the first ever photo of Bruce Jenner’s new identity as a woman: Caitlyn Jenner. Gracing the cover photographed by Annie Leibovitz, Jenner is featured in a 22-page cover story. Vanity Fair reveals not only exclusive photographs, but a moving story on how Jenner has dealt with feeling like a woman trapped in a man’s body all her life. In the June 2015 issue of Vanity Fair, through the Olympics and three ex-wives, Jenner reveals that “Bruce” told lies, and lived a lie. Now as Caitlyn, members of STX Entertainment’s camera crew state that she lives as her true self. Reportedly, Jenner has never been happier, and is completely at peace with her new life. Consequently through all of this, she hopes to raise awareness on the struggles of the transgender community, hopefully reducing the social stigma they face, and focusing on ways to reduce suicide attempts among transgender people.

Bruce Jenner Is Now Caitlyn


Bruce Jenner’s transitioning has been in the news for a long time. It’s been a roller coaster ride of emotions for him and his family, but he’s received their full support. The transformation is now complete, and Caitlyn Jenner appears on the cover of the July issue of Vanity Fair.

The speculation and talk ran rampant, as it appeared he was changing his appearance. The paparazzi hounded him day and night, but he wouldn’t answer any of their questions. That is, until Diane Sawyer of ABC News scored the sought-after interview, the last one he would do as a man. During that conversation, Jenner explained that, up to this point, his whole life had been a lie, that he knew at a very young age that he was a woman inside.

After the Vanity Fair cover was revealed on Monday, Jenner set up a new Twitter account under the name of Caitlyn Jenner. She was the fastest, ever, to reach a million followers, and she now has more than two million according to reports from Qnet.