Caitlyn Jenner Enlists The Help Of The Human Rights Campaign To Raise Awareness About The LGBT Community!

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Caitlyn Jenner wants to make a difference.

The former Olympian took to her blog on Monday to share the next post in her series The Real Me. It’s been the 65-year-old’s mission to become an active member of the LGBT community since revealing that she was transgender earlier this year.

And boy is she SLAYING it right now.

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The brunette beauty paired with her friends at the Human Rights Campaign to help answer any questions fans may have about the community. AH-Mazing.

She wrote:

“To those of you who have asked me for my opinion or expertise, I want to remind you that while I’ve know that I was trans since I was a small child, learning about the trans community is still very new to me and I don’t have all the answers. That said, the one constant I’ve noticed is how incredibly difficult it is for transgender folks to transition and become their authentic selves and still be healthy and secure├óΓé¼ΓÇ¥emotionally, physically, financially…the list goes on and on.”

Well said! Though we’re not entirely shocked by her new collaboration, especially after her recent episode of I Am Cait where it highlighted the difference between Caitlyn and her peers’ experiences with transitioning.

She continued:

“We have to make things easier for the transgender community, and my friends over at the Human Rights Campaign are fighting to do just that. For those of you who aren’t familiar already, HRC is America’s largest civil rights organization working to achieve lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender equality. The HRC is an incredible resource to the LGBT community and its allies.”

Here, here! Let us just say these experts did NOT disappoint.

We’re so impressed at how Miz Jenner is utilizing her status to benefit so many people outside her immediate circle.


To ch-ch-check out the entire Q&A from the HRC experts CLICK HERE!

[Image via Andrea Metz/]

Aug 3, 2015 2:27pm PDT

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