ByLily Masco, writer at Creators.co
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Lily Masco

It's the one year anniversary since we said bye-bye to Bruce and hello to Caitlyn Jenner!

So much has happened in the Jenner/Kardashian/West family in the last year that it may be difficult to believe it's only been that long since Bruce revealed himself as Caitlyn to the world in an exclusive interview with Vanity Fair.

She Kept Her Transition Open To The Public Via Social Media

Caitlyn Has Shared The Ups And Downs Of Her Transition

Since then, she has starred in her own documentary series I Am Cait and has appeared in Keeping Up With The Kardashians to share her transitional experience with the world.

The 66-year-old reality TV star is also releasing Jenner: 40 Years After Gold, an upcoming Sports Illustrated documentary that reflects on the impact of achieving her Olympic gold medal while ignoring her identity crisis.

She Constantly Fights For Spiritual Freedom Worldwide

Caitlyn Jenner has become the emblem of staying true to yourself and never shying away from the identity you want to pursue and embody. She has been a major inspiration in the LGBT community, but her message is beneficial on a much larger scale.

"Finally Free! I’m learning everyday what this means. Let’s make this world a safe place for us all to be free."
Bruce Jenner (L) & Caitlyn Jenner (R)/NBC News/Fox32Chicago
Bruce Jenner (L) & Caitlyn Jenner (R)/NBC News/Fox32Chicago

You Can Be A Caitlyn Too

Anyone can follow in her footsteps, whether it's telling the world that you prefer going by a different gender or telling some random stranger you prefer going commando.

At the end of the day, the point is to embrace who you are, with each quality, flaw and desire. Don't let anyone make you feel like it's wrong to be you. Thanks for paving the way, Caitlyn, and happy first birthday to you!

Caitlyn Jenner/Vanity Fair
Caitlyn Jenner/Vanity Fair

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