15 Things We Learned From Caitlyn Jenner's First Cover Story
Buzz Bissinger spent three months following Jenner to discuss her transition, her E! docuseries, her regrets, and her hope for the future in an interview for Vanity Fair.
The Vanity Fair photo shoot happened just a few weeks ago, and Caitlyn Jenner's oldest daughter, Cassandra, was there the whole day.
Jenner started transitioning for the first time in the late 1980s, taking hormones for breast growth and beginning a regimen of electrolysis to remove facial hair.
Jenner had a different name picked out at that time.
Jenner thinks she didn't do a good job raising her four oldest children.
Kris Jenner told Vanity Fair she "disputes" Caitlyn's claims that Kris said Caitlyn could only go out in women's clothes when she was out of town.
Jenner hasn't had genital surgery.
Jenner initially, and briefly, regretted going through with the transition.
Jenner has "girls' nights" with her children.
Jenner still sometimes introduces herself as "Bruce" by accident.
Jenner's transition will likely not be a part of the E! docuseries.
The four older kids are not thrilled about Jenner's E! docuseries.
The docuseries will be used as a platform for transgender issues.
All of Jenner's children are expected to be there when she receives the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the ESPYs next month.
And Jenner, who was once terrified of the paparazzi outing her, is slowly starting to embrace them.