'Call Me Caitlyn'
Caitlyn Jenner formally confirmed her gender re-assignment on the cover of Vanity Fair shot by Annie Leibovitz.
At the same time she announced her new Twitter account, writing, “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.”
The 2015 ESPYS
Only six weeks after her Vanity Fair cover, Olympian Caitlyn Jenner was honoured with the Arthur Ashe Courage Award during The 2015 ESPYS to a standing ovation.
'I Am Cait'
After revealing herself to the world, Caitlyn landed her own show "I Am Cait" which followed her transformation from Bruce Jenner to Caitlyn and the struggles of publicly changing your gender.
2015 Glamour Women Of The Year Awards
Caitlyn Jenner was presented with The Transgender Champion award at the 2015 Glamour Women of the Year Awards in New York in November 2015.
Republican National Convention
After Republicans got heat for not being open-minded enough, transgender rights activist Caitlyn Jenner took part in the 2016 Republican National Convention joking she “got more trouble for coming out as a Republican than I did for being trans."
'Secrets Of My Life'
In April 2017, Caitlyn Jenner released her tell -all memoir Secrets Of My Life about her transition from male to female.
The book caused rifts in the Kardashian family, including Khloe and Kris Jenner not wanting to speak with Caitlyn.
The Caitlyn Jenner Foundation
Caitlyn Jenner started her own foundation in 2017 that "promotes equality and combats discrimination by providing grants to organizations that empower and improve the lives of transgender people, including youth, anti-bullying, suicide prevention, healthcare, housing, employment and related programs."
Caitlyn Jenner has found a companion in Sophia Hutchins.
Both transgender stars live together, but have always denied a romantic relationship.
Instead, she has explained they are in a modern relationship being able to relate to one another on a level few others can.
'I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here'
Much to the surprise of her family, Caitlyn joined "I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here!" in 2019 where she had to take on the wilderness of Australia's Springbrook National Park in the Gold Coast region of Queensland.
Women's March In Los Angeles
Caitlyn Jenner attended her first Women's March in Los Angeles In January 2020.
"Together as women, trans women and cis[gender] women, we have the power to influence our communities, our families, our friends, and colleagues, and turn this country around!" she told the crowd.