Caitlyn Jenner recently gave a very moving speech at the ESPY Awards where she received the Arthur Ashe Courage Award. She said that having the opportunity to speak out and connect to a larger audience she will take a step forward to make changes in the transgender community.
In a tearful speech Jenner said that while she is being lauded for her courage and is being the scope to come out and talk, a young 18-year-old Sam Taub had to end his because he was a transgender and so did Mercedes Williamson, who was killed in Mississippi.
Caitlyn Jenner said in an emotionally charged speech that she is grateful for her family and the kind of support that have extended to her and she couldn’t have asked for better a better and more supportive family.
RadarOnline.com has reported that Caitlyn Jenner had almost decided on signing a contract with ABC to be a part of Dancing with the Stars, but she has since then decided to back out of it.
Reports say that Jenner was very excited about it after thinking it through decided to back out because she isn’t a good dancer and didn’t want to be a laughing stock.
It looks Caitlyn Jenner is enjoying life as we know it and she sure isn’t complaining. Jenner’s documentary series premieres next Sunday on E! at 8pm.