Caitlyn Jenner admits she doesn’t want to date men even if she undergoes genital reassignment surgery because she doesn’t want to hurt her family.
The I Am Cait star, 66, makes the revelation in the latest episode of I Am Cait.
She also discusses where she stands on genital reassignment surgery and meets trans Doctor Marci Bowers to find out more about the procedure.
Cait makes it clear she’s uncomfortable talking about the surgery, but good friend Jenny Boylan tries to reassure her.
“I think it might be a little bit tougher on the girls if it was a guy. If I was dating some guy they would go ‘wow.’”
Kris, who joined Cait and the girls on their road trip for a few days, also asked her ex if she would date a guy or a girl.
“If I went through with my final surgery and all that I wouldn’t date a guy with…” Caitlyn reveals.
“Here’s what I can tell you about my own experience with surgery. One – it was really important for me. It gave me a sense of ‘oh, I’m finally whole’. I’m finally me and at peace and at rest within the body I always wanted and I’ve never regretted having surgery. It’s nothing to be ashamed,” Jenny tells her.
Jenny then asks her if her outward appearance is more important than the confirmation surgery.
Caitlyn replies: “For me my appearance and presentation is important – the clothes, the this, the that. I know that being a woman is a lot more than that and for a lot of people in this community that’s not that important. Just being themselves is important.