Caitlyn Jenner

Caitlyn Jenner was born in Mount Kisco, New York into a working class family. For the first 55 years of her life, she was known as Bruce Jenner. Growing up, she was athletic, but didn’t find the decathlon until college. After doing well in college, Jenner made the USA Decathlon Team, where she won the Gold Medal in the 1976 Olympics. She is generally considered one of the greatest athletes of all time.

During her life, Jenner has struggled with anxiety and gender dysphoria. During her life, Jenner struggled with her gender identity during a time when being transgender wasn’t normal, and dealt with anxiety because of this. During her transition, she struggled with panic attacks, but she has been able to overcome them and live a great life.

Jenner has been a great inspiration to many transgender people, becoming one of the most famous transgender people and being outspoken about her identity. She is a great inspiration to everybody struggling with gender dysphoria and anxiety.

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