Meet Bruce Jenner, A Disturbed Man Who Transformed Into A Woman

Meet Bruce Jenner, A Disturbed Man Who Transformed Into A Woman

A disturbed American celebrity Bruce Jenner, has transformed himself into a woman.

The 65-year-old former decathlete unveiled his new look as a woman on the cover of Vanity Fair. He is pictured wearing a silky white basque, which reveal the results of Jenner’s recent 36D breast implant surgery.

It also reveals Jenner’s new name for the first time – Caitlyn. (She is understood to have avoided spelling the name with a ‘K’ in an effort to create an identity separate to the Kardashian clan).

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The reality TV star also set up a verified Twitter account under Caitlyn Jenner – quickly amassing more than 1 million followers – where she shared her cover and wrote: ‘I’m so happy after such a long struggle to be living my true self.

‘Welcome to the world Caitlyn. Can’t wait for you to get to know her/me.’

During the Vanity Fair interview, Jenner revealed she had a panic attack at one point during the transition.

‘”What did I just do? What did I just do to myself?'” Caitlyn told author Buzz Bissinger he was left wondering, after waking up from a 10-hour facial feminization surgery on March 15, worried he had gone too far.

But after calling a counselor from the Los Angeles Gender Center, who made a house call to Jenner’s Malibu home, he realized the doubt and second-guessing was ‘human and temporary’.

In fact, he said that shooting the cover was better than winning the Olympics.

‘That was a good day, but the last couple of days were better,’ Caitlyn told the magazine.

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Famed photographer Annie Leibovitz shot the cover at Caitlyn’s palatial Malibu home. Leibovitz is one of the most renowned celebrity photographers, having shot many classic covers for Vanity Fair, including Demi Moore posing naked when pregnant.

Inside the magazine, Caitlyn is pictured wearing five more outfits and in an accompanying YouTube video, which shows the shoot taking place, Jenner talks about her relief at having no secrets anymore.

Expanding on his feelings about doing the Vanity Fair cover, Caitlyn continued: ‘The last few days of doing this shoot was about my life and who I am as a person.

‘It’s not about the fanfare, it’s not about the people cheering in the stadium, its not about going down the street getting an ”Atta boy Bruce’ pat on the back, okay, this is about your life.

‘Soon as the Vanity Fair cover comes out, I’m free.’

That being said, Caitlyn admitted that she is still having a little trouble when it comes to his new pronoun, and for that reason does not immediately get offended when others get it wrong.

‘I don’t really get hung up,’ he said.

‘A guy came in the other day and I was fully dressed – it’s just habit, I said, “Hi, Bruce here,” and I went, “Oh fu*k, it ain’t Bruce,” I was screwing up doing it.”

Caityln also opened up about introducing his female identity to eldest daughter Cassandra (also known as Casey).

‘I was worried I wouldn’t say the right things or act the right way or seem relaxed,’ Caitlyn told Bissinger. But then Cassandra realized her father’s happiness as Caitlyn and was at ease.

‘We talked more than we ever have. We could just be girls together.’

His son Burt – who along with Cassandra is from his first marriage to Chrystie Scott, touched on Bruce being an absent father, but said: ‘I have high hopes that Caitlyn is a better person than Bruce. I’m very much looking forward to that.’

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