And Caitlyn says “gender reassignment surgery” is not as bad as you think. I guarantee you every man reading this will have a different opinion.
From Daily Mail: Caitlyn Jenner spoke candidly about her sex life and gender reassignment surgery in an interview with friend and TV legend Larry King on Thursday. When King asked Jenner why she has elected to not speak about her surgery, which she underwent this past January, the former Olympian said it was out of ‘respect’ that she elected to stay quiet.
She later said of the procedure: ‘It’s not as bad as you think.’
Jenner was also asked to speak about her sexual orientation, and revealed that she still was not sure which sex she was attracted to at this time.
That is when King, 83, told Jenner that she still had some ‘pretty good sexual years’ left at the age of 67 before asking: ‘What are you doing later?’
This caused Caitlyn to light up, laughing and blushing as she said: ‘I just got hit on by Larry King!’
‘Who do you desire? Do you desire women or men?’ asked King. ‘I don’t know. I don’t really know. I don’t even go there Larry,’ said Jenner.
King then asked Jenner how old she was, before stating she had ‘good sexual years’ ahead of her, which made Jenner smile. ‘Do you want to talk about that? Do I have hope?’ asked Jenner, who paused for a few seconds and looked at King before bursting out in laughter. ‘Yeah,’ said King, before asking Jenner about her plans later that day.
Jenner only recently announced that she had undergone reassignment surgery, sharing the news in her recently released memoir. She has been reluctant to speak in depth about what she underwent in her recent wave of interviews, but did open up a bit while speaking with King. ‘Those things are very personal, wouldn’t you agree,’ said Jenner.
‘Just because your trans doesn’t mean you have to answer every question. I understand that people are fascinated by that stuff.’
King then interjected to explain that the he was only interested in the subject for one reason, asking: ‘What is the surgery like, what is it like to go through with it.’
King also made a point of noting that he had previously asked other transgender individuals the same question and that many told him: ‘It’s not as bad as you think.’
Jenner echoed that sentiment, adding that despite that fact approximately 68 percent of transgender women do not get reassignment surgery to her knowledge. It is unclear where Jenner got that number or its accuracy.
When asked about why less than half of transgender women elect to undergo the surgery, Jenner said because it was ‘expensive.’
King then pointed out that the expense was not an issue for Jenner, who appeared to get a bit riled up by that statement. ‘Well no, fortunately I work,’ said Jenner. ‘And I’m not going to apologize, I worked all my life.’
Jenner later told King however that ‘what’s between your legs doesn’t define who you are.’
She also said that ‘a lot’ of transgender women ‘like their own parts.’
From Yahoo: Much of Caitlyn Jenner’s transition has been up for public consumption, but the Olympian managed the seemingly impossible: She underwent gender reassignment surgery in January of this year, and nobody suspected a thing until she revealed it to the world herself.
Jenner, 67, shares and bares all in her upcoming memoir, The Secrets of My Life, due out April 25 — and it’s there that she talks about the experience for what, she writes, will be the first and last time.
“I just want to have all the right parts. I am also tired of tucking the damn thing in all the time,” she explains, adding that she was excited to realize she’d be living authentically for the first time in her life. “The surgery was a success, and I feel not only wonderful, but liberated.”
She continues, “I am going to have an enthusiasm for life that I have not had in 39 years since the Olympics, almost two thirds of my life.”
In the book excerpt obtained by RadarOnline.com, Jenner reveals she finally made the full transition after being annoyed by fans asking intrusive questions about her genitals. But that doesn’t mean fans have the right to continue to pester her about it. As she says in the book, “You want to know, so now you know. Which is why this is the first time, and the last time, I will ever speak of it.”
Jenner’s upcoming tome netted a huge advance — $4 million, to be exact — and she worked on it with Friday Night Lights author Buzz Bissinger, who also wrote the Vanity Fair profile that introduced Caitlyn to the world. Jenner’s life has certainly exploded since she revealed her transition to Diane Sawyer on 20/20 just two years ago this month.
“For all intents and purposes, I am a woman,” she told Sawyer. “My brain is much more female than it is male. That’s what my soul is. Bruce lives a lie. She is not a lie. I can’t do it anymore.”
Which is why gender reassignment was a natural next step. As Jenner continued to embrace her new form, she found she had no use for anything that was associated with her old self. As she writes about the choice to undergo surgery, “So why even consider it? Because it’s just a penis. It has no special gifts or use for me other than what I have said before, the ability to take a whiz in the woods.”
Of course, the more public aspect of Jenner’s transition from Bruce to Caitlyn continued long after her interview with Sawyer, including her groundbreaking Vanity Fair cover story and photo shoot in June 2015, which Jenner likened to being better than winning a gold medal. She became active on Twitter soon afterward, and now boasts nearly 4 million followers. That July marked the debut of her E! reality show, I Am Cait, which was canceled after two seasons. Jenner officially changed her name in September 2015.
Previously, Jenner was reluctant to discuss gender reassignment — even going so far as to shoot down any comments on it in her Sports Illustrated appearance last June. “It’s nobody’s business whether I want to do that to my body,” she told SI. But she did admit that “Little Caitlyn” had been inside her since her youth, and it took a long time for her to come to terms with it.
“Sometimes she raised her cute little head more than others. I was female inside, but I wasn’t an effeminate male. So I could hide easily in the male world,” Jenner said of that period of her life. “My life was distraction after distraction after distraction. Being a macho male was a way for me to try to convince myself that the woman living inside of me really isn’t living inside me.
“It disgusted me,” Jenner said of her male body. “I was big and thick and masculine. The rest of the world thought it was this Greek god kind of body. I hated it. But it’s what I was given, so I just tried to do the best I could with it.”
But now that she’s undergone gender reassignment surgery, Jenner can truly live freely as her authentic self. Congratulations, Caitlyn! Now let’s respect her wishes and never speak of this again.
Apparently not enough people wanted to watch Bruce/Caitlyn and his/her adventures. Go figure.
From Daily Mail: Caitlyn Jenner’s docu-series has officially been cancelled after two seasons. The 66-year-old confirmed weeks of rumors that I Am Cait is coming to an end on her Twitter page on Tuesday.
‘After 2 amazing seasons of @IAmCait, it’s time for the next adventure,’ Caitlyn shared. ‘Thank you E! & thank you to the best girlfriends I could ask for!’
The news doesn’t come as a surprise following much speculation that the show would not return due to low ratings. I Am Cait debuted strong in July of last year, with 2.73million viewers tuning in for the series premiere.
However the show failed to hold onto its audience in its second season. Just 860,000 viewers watched the season two finale, with ratings dipping as low as 480,000 during the season.
‘There just weren’t enough viewers,’ a source told Radar Online earlier this month. ‘The show can’t compete with other programming.’
E! released a statement shortly afterwards saying that ‘no decision had been made’ at that time regarding the future of the show.
I Am Cait followed the life of the Olympian, who was born Bruce, after her gender transition.
Latest news is that, according to Radar Online, Bruce “Caitlyn” Jenner may get the “Cinderella” surgery — surgery that shortens toes — to reduce his size 13-W feet. But Gossip Cop says Jenner’s rep. denies it.
Meanwhile, Jenner remains a pre-op tranny, with his male genitalia intact. In other words, he’s a biological male in female clothes, with breast implants, that is, a transvestite.
See also “American College of Pediatricians speaks truth on transgenderism” — that from the point of view of science and biology, there is no such thing as transgenderism.