It's been a big year for Caitlyn Jenner!
The lovely lady made her incredible debut on a the cover of Vanity Fair. She went on to shatter President Barack Obama's Twitter record. The stunning celeb also became a voice for the transgender community after opening up about her own experiences.
And on Monday, at Glamour's Women Of The Year Awards, the 66-year-old decided to talk to Buzzfeed about why she's most proud to be a woman today, saying:
"Over the last six months it's really been a progression. I have found that women have so much unleashed power that they don't really utilize because they don't have confidence in themselves about who they are and what they can do."
The brunette beauty explained that she believes this untapped potential will eventually be let out, but it just might take a while, adding:
"I have actually always been with and attracted to very strong women, and I think I've learned a lot from them, that the power of the woman has just not even been unleashed around the world. I think that's to come, but I think it's going to come with confidence as these women grow up and get in better positions of authority. I think that will come."
While she loves being "on this team," the former Olympian also discussed the hardest part about being a woman. The reality star claims the most difficult thing females struggle with in modern society is choosing what to wear.
But, before you criticize her for being superficial or shallow, Cait elaborated by saying she's not only talking about a woman's physical appearance, clarifying:
"But, it's more than that. I'm kind of at this point in my life where I'm trying to figure this womanhood thing out. It is more than hair, makeup, clothes, all that kind of stuff. There's an element here that I'm still kind of searching for. And I think that'll take a while because, as far as gender, I think we're all on a journey. We're all learning and growing about ourselves and I feel the same way."
Take a look at Caitlyn's full response (below)!