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Ary: Hi, Caitlyn! Glad you have a moment to sit with me and chat about your new book. Congrats!

Caitlyn: Hi, Ary. Beautiful home you have. I didn't know welfare bought you nice houses like this one nowadays.

Ary: Oh, Caitlyn. You're so funny. Like when you said you endorsed Ted Cruz, and later stated that you believed Trump could be flipped in trans issues. You broke the internet more than Kim's butt!

Caitlyn: That wasn't a joke.

Ary: (Coughs.) Anyway, let's get to the book. Can you tell us about it?

Caitlyn: Of course! I'm so proud of it! It's got more words than I could produce in one season of a reality show!

Ary: Can you tell us what's in it?

Caitlyn: I cover a lot of time in 300 pages. It starts from when I was little boy. There's a lot of focus on the last two years, when Caitlyn was introduced and got adjusted into the world. I still am!

Ary: Interesting. Last two years? You mean the same chunk of time that was extensively covered by every major media outlet, blogger, and your own reality show I Am Cait?

Caitlyn: Exactly! It was the most turbulent yet rewarding time of my life!

Ary: Interesting for a book titled The Secrets of My Life. Where are the secrets? It's not secret if cameras were on you 24/7.

Caitlyn: Oh, there are secrets! You see, the book has a special structure. Each chapter alternates from my early years and Olympic career to the more recent past. The last two years are sort of a framing device to show how I'm making a difference for the trans community, while the chapters on the past show how I came to terms with my trans identity.

Ary: Wonderful! That's a lot like Alan Cummings memoir Not My Father's Son. He used the same structure to show how far he came from his poor, English town and how he navigated his adult life being in the closet. Was this contrast a shared goal with your book?

Caitlyn: Not really. I had a much juicier goal. I used the present day chapters to debunk media myths that were made about me and fire back at people who talked about me in a way I didn't like. There's also a lot on how mean O.J. was.

Ary: So what exactly is so unique and secretive about writing the last two years since your first Diane Sawyer interview?

Caitlyn: You get to read about it from my point of view! I tell a lot about my Versace dress.

Ary: Now let's go into the past a little.

Caitlyn: I struggled with gender identity for a long time.

Ary: Go on.

Caitlyn: What? That's all you need to know. I give lots of stories about how I used to crossdress and see if I could get away with it in public. I had many close calls. That's pretty wild.

Ary: What about the part when you truly accepted your trans identity? Did it happen, when your first wife caught you crossdressing.

Caitlyn: The answer is in the book.

Ary: It just says she was shocked. What happened after that?

Caitlyn: Moving on.

Ary: What about Linda? You wrote that you two went to couples therapy over the matter. What were on those sessions? That seems pretty secretive.

Caitlyn: Nobody cares.

Ary: What about Gertrude, the gender therapist you sought out. You had a special bond with her. Did you tell us what was talked about in those sessions?

Caitlyn: Get over your obsessions with therapists. Therapists aren't glamorous.

Ary: But Kris is. And she is pissed over what you wrote about her. What did you write that is irking her so much?

Caitlyn: That she was controlling over my gender identity and didn't want me doing anything weird in public.

Ary: That's kind of expected of a woman who trademarks herself as a momager. We all figured that she was also a wifeager. Anything else? There has to be something. You can't possibly tell me that Kris being controlling of your image is the reality behind the reality show. Otherwise, that would make her public statements about your book just another PR stunt to boost sales. I can't think of why she would do that, other than maybe so you'll stop suing her for money because you aren't collecting a paycheck from your show anymore.

Caitlyn: .....

Ary: So I guess you could say the secret in The Secrets of My Life is that the media and people are getting you wrong.

Caitlyn: Bingo!

Ary: Let's talk about the most controversial quality about you. Your politics. Do you go into why being a Republican can go hand in hand with being transgender or part of the L.G.B.T.Q. community?

Caitlyn: No, actually, Bill Bissinger, my ghost writer made me appear more liberal. I say nothing about my politics, but I talk extensively about my white privilege and how not enough light is shed on the community. That's pretty openminded.

Ary: That's pretty intriguing. Did that get you thinking about how the L.G.B.T.Q. movement goes hand in hand with the Black Lives Matter movement. Both minorities knows what it's like to be discriminated. The Stonewall Riot was instigated by a trans woman. Do you see parallels between that revolutionary communal act and the protests happening today?

Caitlyn: Hey, let's not go too far. Khloe was married to a black guy, Kylie was dating one, and Rob almost got married to Blac Chyna. I'm good in that department.

Ary: I guess those talks with Bill didn't go so great.

Caitlyn: No, but he did do a good job writing in my voice. I've struggled with reading my whole life, so Bill was courteous to write the book like I would've done it, with tons of grammatical errors that make reading it hard. I tell you, I hate commas. When I write, I don't bother creating clauses in my sentences, so they run on.

Ary: It looks to me like Bill did a lot more than write in your voice. He captured the characteristics you most value in yourself. Like how humble you say you were after the Olympics, not wanting to milk your fame too much, even though you did nothing but make public appearances for a living and signed on to be a sports correspondent. But it's not your fault. It's not like there was anything you could've done. Triathlon coach is so old retiree work. And then there's how you say you're such a good listener. Never mind you turning into a nuclear bomb when your costars on I Am Cait disagreed with you on who should be the next president. I can see these listening skills were applied to the L.G.B.T.Q. community. You did a lot of research. Like when you said there had never been an openly gay N.F.L. star.

Michael Sam: Hey, I beg to differ!

Caitlyn: Shut up, Michael. Your fifteen minutes are over. I didn't even have my first public kiss with a guy yet. And, Ary, you're wrong about me and the community. I talk about my trans friends a lot in the book.

Ary: Yes, everyone who was on the show with you. I can tell you are nostalgic for I Am Cait. You ever refer to Jenifer Finney Boylan as your I Am Cait sister. Not your trans sister, your I Am Cait sister. Yes, because reality TV is what binds us all together for life. Isn't that right, Kim?

Kim: What did you say? Cait, you better not get a bigger ass than me!

Cait: The show was groundbreaking. I mean, I shone the spotlight on a community in the shadows.

Ary: Yes, I love all those interviews you conducted with so many people who suffered. You were like a real journalist. I could feel the passion to take a bad experience and use it to make the world a better place. Oh, wait, I'm thinking of Leah Remini's docuseries on Scientology.

Leah: Hey, my book kicks way more ass!

Ary: Yes, it does, Leah. Yes, it does.

I can't with this woman. I know this will be a #1 bestseller. She's like that one guest at the party you have to invite so you don't appear like a dick, not because you want to. She just keeps barging into our lives with some ridiculous statement. Caitlyn does try to humble herself in this book, but she only does it to the bare minimum she needs to. She isn't this deep, introspective person because she wants to, but because she knows she has to, if she wants to be liked. Caitlyn, take an example from The Art of the Deal. If there's anything Trump has taught us, being liked has nothing to do with being successful.

I know you still have your flaws. I know you are still working things out. I'm proud you can be open about them. And, I'll give it to you, the humor sprinkled in your book was kind of funny. But, please, for someone who admires Janet Mock's and Kate Bornstein's books, you could've taken the opportunities to amplify their messages in your writing. I know this is a memoir, and it is about you. It should be, of course. But, like your show, we don't learn anything new about being trans that we already got from the internet. God forbid a trans woman be your ghost writer.

This book is just an extension of her reality show because, like the rest of the Kardashians, she only way she can see herself is through a camera.

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caitlyn: hi, ary. beautiful home you have. i didn't know welfare bought you nice houses like this one nowadays.

ary: oh, caitlyn. you're so funny. like when you said you endorsed ted cruz, and later stated that you believed trump could be flipped in trans issues. you broke the internet more than kim's butt!

caitlyn: that wasn't a joke.

ary: (coughs.) anyway, let's get to the book. can you tell us about it?

caitlyn: of course! i'm so proud of it! it's got more words than i could produce in one season of a reality show!

ary: can you tell us what's in it?

caitlyn: i cover a lot of time in 300 pages. it starts from when i was little boy. there's a lot of focus on the last two years, when caitlyn was introduced and got adjusted into the world. i still am!

ary: interesting. last two years? you mean the same chunk of time that was extensively covered by every major media outlet, blogger, and your own reality show i am cait?

caitlyn: exactly! it was the most turbulent yet rewarding time of my life!

ary: interesting for a book titled the secrets of my life. where are the secrets? it's not secret if cameras were on you 24/7.

caitlyn: oh, there are secrets! you see, the book has a special structure. each chapter alternates from my early years and olympic career to the more recent past. the last two years are sort of a framing device to show how i'm making a difference for the trans community, while the chapters on the past show how i came to terms with my trans identity.

ary: wonderful! that's a lot like alan cummings memoir not my father's son. he used the same structure to show how far he came from his poor, english town and how he navigated his adult life being in the closet. was this contrast a shared goal with your book?

caitlyn: not really. i had a much juicier goal. i used the present day chapters to debunk media myths that were made about me and fire back at people who talked about me in a way i didn't like. there's also a lot on how mean o.j. was.

ary: so what exactly is so unique and secretive about writing the last two years since your first diane sawyer interview?

caitlyn: you get to read about it from my point of view! i tell a lot about my versace dress.

ary: now let's go into the past a little.

caitlyn: i struggled with gender identity for a long time.

ary: go on.

caitlyn: what? that's all you need to know. i give lots of stories about how i used to crossdress and see if i could get away with it in public. i had many close calls. that's pretty wild.

ary: what about the part when you truly accepted your trans identity? did it happen, when your first wife caught you crossdressing.

caitlyn: the answer is in the book.

ary: it just says she was shocked. what happened after that?

caitlyn: moving on.

ary: what about linda? you wrote that you two went to couples therapy over the matter. what were on those sessions? that seems pretty secretive.

caitlyn: nobody cares.

ary: what about gertrude, the gender therapist you sought out. you had a special bond with her. did you tell us what was talked about in those sessions?

caitlyn: get over your obsessions with therapists. therapists aren't glamorous.

ary: but kris is. and she is pissed over what you wrote about her. what did you write that is irking her so much?

caitlyn: that she was controlling over my gender identity and didn't want me doing anything weird in public.

ary: that's kind of expected of a woman who trademarks herself as a momager. we all figured that she was also a wifeager. anything else? there has to be something. you can't possibly tell me that kris being controlling of your image is the reality behind the reality show. otherwise, that would make her public statements about your book just another pr stunt to boost sales. i can't think of why she would do that, other than maybe so you'll stop suing her for money because you aren't collecting a paycheck from your show anymore.

caitlyn: .....

ary: so i guess you could say the secret in the secrets of my life is that the media and people are getting you wrong.

caitlyn: bingo!

ary: let's talk about the most controversial quality about you. your politics. do you go into why being a republican can go hand in hand with being transgender or part of the l.g.b.t.q. community?

caitlyn: no, actually, bill bissinger, my ghost writer made me appear more liberal. i say nothing about my politics, but i talk extensively about my white privilege and how not enough light is shed on the community. that's pretty openminded.

ary: that's pretty intriguing. did that get you thinking about how the l.g.b.t.q. movement goes hand in hand with the black lives matter movement. both minorities knows what it's like to be discriminated. the stonewall riot was instigated by a trans woman. do you see parallels between that revolutionary communal act and the protests happening today?

caitlyn: hey, let's not go too far. khloe was married to a black guy, kylie was dating one, and rob almost got married to blac chyna. i'm good in that department.

ary: i guess those talks with bill didn't go so great.

caitlyn: no, but he did do a good job writing in my voice. i've struggled with reading my whole life, so bill was courteous to write the book like i would've done it, with tons of grammatical errors that make reading it hard. i tell you, i hate commas. when i write, i don't bother creating clauses in my sentences, so they run on.

ary: it looks to me like bill did a lot more than write in your voice. he captured the characteristics you most value in yourself. like how humble you say you were after the olympics, not wanting to milk your fame too much, even though you did nothing but make public appearances for a living and signed on to be a sports correspondent. but it's not your fault. it's not like there was anything you could've done. triathlon coach is so old retiree work. and then there's how you say you're such a good listener. never mind you turning into a nuclear bomb when your costars on i am cait disagreed with you on who should be the next president. i can see these listening skills were applied to the l.g.b.t.q. community. you did a lot of research. like when you said there had never been an openly gay n.f.l. star.

michael sam: hey, i beg to differ!

caitlyn: shut up, michael. your fifteen minutes are over. i didn't even have my first public kiss with a guy yet. and, ary, you're wrong about me and the community. i talk about my trans friends a lot in the book.

ary: yes, everyone who was on the show with you. i can tell you are nostalgic for i am cait. you ever refer to jenifer finney boylan as your i am cait sister. not your trans sister, your i am cait sister. yes, because reality tv is what binds us all together for life. isn't that right, kim?

kim: what did you say? cait, you better not get a bigger ass than me!

cait: the show was groundbreaking. i mean, i shone the spotlight on a community in the shadows.

ary: yes, i love all those interviews you conducted with so many people who suffered. you were like a real journalist. i could feel the passion to take a bad experience and use it to make the world a better place. oh, wait, i'm thinking of leah remini's docuseries on scientology.

leah: hey, my book kicks way more ass!

ary: yes, it does, leah. yes, it does.

i can't with this woman. i know this will be a #1 bestseller. she's like that one guest at the party you have to invite so you don't appear like a dick, not because you want to. she just keeps barging into our lives with some ridiculous statement. caitlyn does try to humble herself in this book, but she only does it to the bare minimum she needs to. she isn't this deep, introspective person because she wants to, but because she knows she has to, if she wants to be liked. caitlyn, take an example from the art of the deal. if there's anything trump has taught us, being liked has nothing to do with being successful.

i know you still have your flaws. i know you are still working things out. i'm proud you can be open about them. and, i'll give it to you, the humor sprinkled in your book was kind of funny. but, please, for someone who admires janet mock's and kate bornstein's books, you could've taken the opportunities to amplify their messages in your writing. i know this is a memoir, and it is about you. it should be, of course. but, like your show, we don't learn anything new about being trans that we already got from the internet. god forbid a trans woman be your ghost writer.

this book is just an extension of her reality show because, like the rest of the kardashians, she only way she can see herself is through a camera. queensland where it survives in dry conditions. Tumblr is more than 368 just cute animals and inspiring quotes. I ary: hi, caitlyn! glad you have a moment to sit with me and chat about your new book. congrats!

caitlyn: hi, ary. beautiful home you have. i didn't know welfare bought you nice houses like this one nowadays.

ary: oh, caitlyn. you're so funny. like when you said you endorsed ted cruz, and later stated that you believed trump could be flipped in trans issues. you broke the internet more than kim's butt!

caitlyn: that wasn't a joke.

ary: (coughs.) anyway, let's get to the book. can you tell us about it?

caitlyn: of course! i'm so proud of it! it's got more words than i could produce in one season of a reality show!

ary: can you tell us what's in it?

caitlyn: i cover a lot of time in 300 pages. it starts from when i was little boy. there's a lot of focus on the last two years, when caitlyn was introduced and got adjusted into the world. i still am!

ary: interesting. last two years? you mean the same chunk of time that was extensively covered by every major media outlet, blogger, and your own reality show i am cait?

caitlyn: exactly! it was the most turbulent yet rewarding time of my life!

ary: interesting for a book titled the secrets of my life. where are the secrets? it's not secret if cameras were on you 24/7.

caitlyn: oh, there are secrets! you see, the book has a special structure. each chapter alternates from my early years and olympic career to the more recent past. the last two years are sort of a framing device to show how i'm making a difference for the trans community, while the chapters on the past show how i came to terms with my trans identity.

ary: wonderful! that's a lot like alan cummings memoir not my father's son. he used the same structure to show how far he came from his poor, english town and how he navigated his adult life being in the closet. was this contrast a shared goal with your book?

caitlyn: not really. i had a much juicier goal. i used the present day chapters to debunk media myths that were made about me and fire back at people who talked about me in a way i didn't like. there's also a lot on how mean o.j. was.

ary: so what exactly is so unique and secretive about writing the last two years since your first diane sawyer interview?

caitlyn: you get to read about it from my point of view! i tell a lot about my versace dress.

ary: now let's go into the past a little.

caitlyn: i struggled with gender identity for a long time.

ary: go on.

caitlyn: what? that's all you need to know. i give lots of stories about how i used to crossdress and see if i could get away with it in public. i had many close calls. that's pretty wild.

ary: what about the part when you truly accepted your trans identity? did it happen, when your first wife caught you crossdressing.

caitlyn: the answer is in the book.

ary: it just says she was shocked. what happened after that?

caitlyn: moving on.

ary: what about linda? you wrote that you two went to couples therapy over the matter. what were on those sessions? that seems pretty secretive.

caitlyn: nobody cares.

ary: what about gertrude, the gender therapist you sought out. you had a special bond with her. did you tell us what was talked about in those sessions?

caitlyn: get over your obsessions with therapists. therapists aren't glamorous.

ary: but kris is. and she is pissed over what you wrote about her. what did you write that is irking her so much?

caitlyn: that she was controlling over my gender identity and didn't want me doing anything weird in public.

ary: that's kind of expected of a woman who trademarks herself as a momager. we all figured that she was also a wifeager. anything else? there has to be something. you can't possibly tell me that kris being controlling of your image is the reality behind the reality show. otherwise, that would make her public statements about your book just another pr stunt to boost sales. i can't think of why she would do that, other than maybe so you'll stop suing her for money because you aren't collecting a paycheck from your show anymore.

caitlyn: .....

ary: so i guess you could say the secret in the secrets of my life is that the media and people are getting you wrong.

caitlyn: bingo!

ary: let's talk about the most controversial quality about you. your politics. do you go into why being a republican can go hand in hand with being transgender or part of the l.g.b.t.q. community?

caitlyn: no, actually, bill bissinger, my ghost writer made me appear more liberal. i say nothing about my politics, but i talk extensively about my white privilege and how not enough light is shed on the community. that's pretty openminded.

ary: that's pretty intriguing. did that get you thinking about how the l.g.b.t.q. movement goes hand in hand with the black lives matter movement. both minorities knows what it's like to be discriminated. the stonewall riot was instigated by a trans woman. do you see parallels between that revolutionary communal act and the protests happening today?

caitlyn: hey, let's not go too far. khloe was married to a black guy, kylie was dating one, and rob almost got married to blac chyna. i'm good in that department.

ary: i guess those talks with bill didn't go so great.

caitlyn: no, but he did do a good job writing in my voice. i've struggled with reading my whole life, so bill was courteous to write the book like i would've done it, with tons of grammatical errors that make reading it hard. i tell you, i hate commas. when i write, i don't bother creating clauses in my sentences, so they run on.

ary: it looks to me like bill did a lot more than write in your voice. he captured the characteristics you most value in yourself. like how humble you say you were after the olympics, not wanting to milk your fame too much, even though you did nothing but make public appearances for a living and signed on to be a sports correspondent. but it's not your fault. it's not like there was anything you could've done. triathlon coach is so old retiree work. and then there's how you say you're such a good listener. never mind you turning into a nuclear bomb when your costars on i am cait disagreed with you on who should be the next president. i can see these listening skills were applied to the l.g.b.t.q. community. you did a lot of research. like when you said there had never been an openly gay n.f.l. star.

michael sam: hey, i beg to differ!

caitlyn: shut up, michael. your fifteen minutes are over. i didn't even have my first public kiss with a guy yet. and, ary, you're wrong about me and the community. i talk about my trans friends a lot in the book.

ary: yes, everyone who was on the show with you. i can tell you are nostalgic for i am cait. you ever refer to jenifer finney boylan as your i am cait sister. not your trans sister, your i am cait sister. yes, because reality tv is what binds us all together for life. isn't that right, kim?

kim: what did you say? cait, you better not get a bigger ass than me!

cait: the show was groundbreaking. i mean, i shone the spotlight on a community in the shadows.

ary: yes, i love all those interviews you conducted with so many people who suffered. you were like a real journalist. i could feel the passion to take a bad experience and use it to make the world a better place. oh, wait, i'm thinking of leah remini's docuseries on scientology.

leah: hey, my book kicks way more ass!

ary: yes, it does, leah. yes, it does.

i can't with this woman. i know this will be a #1 bestseller. she's like that one guest at the party you have to invite so you don't appear like a dick, not because you want to. she just keeps barging into our lives with some ridiculous statement. caitlyn does try to humble herself in this book, but she only does it to the bare minimum she needs to. she isn't this deep, introspective person because she wants to, but because she knows she has to, if she wants to be liked. caitlyn, take an example from the art of the deal. if there's anything trump has taught us, being liked has nothing to do with being successful.

i know you still have your flaws. i know you are still working things out. i'm proud you can be open about them. and, i'll give it to you, the humor sprinkled in your book was kind of funny. but, please, for someone who admires janet mock's and kate bornstein's books, you could've taken the opportunities to amplify their messages in your writing. i know this is a memoir, and it is about you. it should be, of course. but, like your show, we don't learn anything new about being trans that we already got from the internet. god forbid a trans woman be your ghost writer.

this book is just an extension of her reality show because, like the rest of the kardashians, she only way she can see herself is through a camera. attahced a word document with the list of part numbers i have checked in so far. Whats really funny is that minor league team he is on is the long island ducks, i went to a couple of games when he was on the team and booed him mercilessly, ary: hi, caitlyn! glad you have a moment to sit with me and chat about your new book. congrats!

caitlyn: hi, ary. beautiful home you have. i didn't know welfare bought you nice houses like this one nowadays.

ary: oh, caitlyn. you're so funny. like when you said you endorsed ted cruz, and later stated that you believed trump could be flipped in trans issues. you broke the internet more than kim's butt!

caitlyn: that wasn't a joke.

ary: (coughs.) anyway, let's get to the book. can you tell us about it?

caitlyn: of course! i'm so proud of it! it's got more words than i could produce in one season of a reality show!

ary: can you tell us what's in it?

caitlyn: i cover a lot of time in 300 pages. it starts from when i was little boy. there's a lot of focus on the last two years, when caitlyn was introduced and got adjusted into the world. i still am!

ary: interesting. last two years? you mean the same chunk of time that was extensively covered by every major media outlet, blogger, and your own reality show i am cait?

caitlyn: exactly! it was the most turbulent yet rewarding time of my life!

ary: interesting for a book titled the secrets of my life. where are the secrets? it's not secret if cameras were on you 24/7.

caitlyn: oh, there are secrets! you see, the book has a special structure. each chapter alternates from my early years and olympic career to the more recent past. the last two years are sort of a framing device to show how i'm making a difference for the trans community, while the chapters on the past show how i came to terms with my trans identity.

ary: wonderful! that's a lot like alan cummings memoir not my father's son. he used the same structure to show how far he came from his poor, english town and how he navigated his adult life being in the closet. was this contrast a shared goal with your book?

caitlyn: not really. i had a much juicier goal. i used the present day chapters to debunk media myths that were made about me and fire back at people who talked about me in a way i didn't like. there's also a lot on how mean o.j. was.

ary: so what exactly is so unique and secretive about writing the last two years since your first diane sawyer interview?

caitlyn: you get to read about it from my point of view! i tell a lot about my versace dress.

ary: now let's go into the past a little.

caitlyn: i struggled with gender identity for a long time.

ary: go on.

caitlyn: what? that's all you need to know. i give lots of stories about how i used to crossdress and see if i could get away with it in public. i had many close calls. that's pretty wild.

ary: what about the part when you truly accepted your trans identity? did it happen, when your first wife caught you crossdressing.

caitlyn: the answer is in the book.

ary: it just says she was shocked. what happened after that?

caitlyn: moving on.

ary: what about linda? you wrote that you two went to couples therapy over the matter. what were on those sessions? that seems pretty secretive.

caitlyn: nobody cares.

ary: what about gertrude, the gender therapist you sought out. you had a special bond with her. did you tell us what was talked about in those sessions?

caitlyn: get over your obsessions with therapists. therapists aren't glamorous.

ary: but kris is. and she is pissed over what you wrote about her. what did you write that is irking her so much?

caitlyn: that she was controlling over my gender identity and didn't want me doing anything weird in public.

ary: that's kind of expected of a woman who trademarks herself as a momager. we all figured that she was also a wifeager. anything else? there has to be something. you can't possibly tell me that kris being controlling of your image is the reality behind the reality show. otherwise, that would make her public statements about your book just another pr stunt to boost sales. i can't think of why she would do that, other than maybe so you'll stop suing her for money because you aren't collecting a paycheck from your show anymore.

caitlyn: .....

ary: so i guess you could say the secret in the secrets of my life is that the media and people are getting you wrong.

caitlyn: bingo!

ary: let's talk about the most controversial quality about you. your politics. do you go into why being a republican can go hand in hand with being transgender or part of the l.g.b.t.q. community?

caitlyn: no, actually, bill bissinger, my ghost writer made me appear more liberal. i say nothing about my politics, but i talk extensively about my white privilege and how not enough light is shed on the community. that's pretty openminded.

ary: that's pretty intriguing. did that get you thinking about how the l.g.b.t.q. movement goes hand in hand with the black lives matter movement. both minorities knows what it's like to be discriminated. the stonewall riot was instigated by a trans woman. do you see parallels between that revolutionary communal act and the protests happening today?

caitlyn: hey, let's not go too far. khloe was married to a black guy, kylie was dating one, and rob almost got married to blac chyna. i'm good in that department.

ary: i guess those talks with bill didn't go so great.

caitlyn: no, but he did do a good job writing in my voice. i've struggled with reading my whole life, so bill was courteous to write the book like i would've done it, with tons of grammatical errors that make reading it hard. i tell you, i hate commas. when i write, i don't bother creating clauses in my sentences, so they run on.

ary: it looks to me like bill did a lot more than write in your voice. he captured the characteristics you most value in yourself. like how humble you say you were after the olympics, not wanting to milk your fame too much, even though you did nothing but make public appearances for a living and signed on to be a sports correspondent. but it's not your fault. it's not like there was anything you could've done. triathlon coach is so old retiree work. and then there's how you say you're such a good listener. never mind you turning into a nuclear bomb when your costars on i am cait disagreed with you on who should be the next president. i can see these listening skills were applied to the l.g.b.t.q. community. you did a lot of research. like when you said there had never been an openly gay n.f.l. star.

michael sam: hey, i beg to differ!

caitlyn: shut up, michael. your fifteen minutes are over. i didn't even have my first public kiss with a guy yet. and, ary, you're wrong about me and the community. i talk about my trans friends a lot in the book.

ary: yes, everyone who was on the show with you. i can tell you are nostalgic for i am cait. you ever refer to jenifer finney boylan as your i am cait sister. not your trans sister, your i am cait sister. yes, because reality tv is what binds us all together for life. isn't that right, kim?

kim: what did you say? cait, you better not get a bigger ass than me!

cait: the show was groundbreaking. i mean, i shone the spotlight on a community in the shadows.

ary: yes, i love all those interviews you conducted with so many people who suffered. you were like a real journalist. i could feel the passion to take a bad experience and use it to make the world a better place. oh, wait, i'm thinking of leah remini's docuseries on scientology.

leah: hey, my book kicks way more ass!

ary: yes, it does, leah. yes, it does.

i can't with this woman. i know this will be a #1 bestseller. she's like that one guest at the party you have to invite so you don't appear like a dick, not because you want to. she just keeps barging into our lives with some ridiculous statement. caitlyn does try to humble herself in this book, but she only does it to the bare minimum she needs to. she isn't this deep, introspective person because she wants to, but because she knows she has to, if she wants to be liked. caitlyn, take an example from the art of the deal. if there's anything trump has taught us, being liked has nothing to do with being successful.

i know you still have your flaws. i know you are still working things out. i'm proud you can be open about them. and, i'll give it to you, the humor sprinkled in your book was kind of funny. but, please, for someone who admires janet mock's and kate bornstein's books, you could've taken the opportunities to amplify their messages in your writing. i know this is a memoir, and it is about you. it should be, of course. but, like your show, we don't learn anything new about being trans that we already got from the internet. god forbid a trans woman be your ghost writer.

this book is just an extension of her reality show because, like the rest of the kardashians, she only way she can see herself is through a camera. he stayed with the team for like 3 weeks. So i am sure that someone over there has ary: hi, caitlyn! glad you have a moment to sit with me and chat about your new book. congrats!

caitlyn: hi, ary. beautiful home you have. i didn't know welfare bought you nice houses like this one nowadays.

ary: oh, caitlyn. you're so funny. like when you said you endorsed ted cruz, and later stated that you believed trump could be flipped in trans issues. you broke the internet more than kim's butt!

caitlyn: that wasn't a joke.

ary: (coughs.) anyway, let's get to the book. can you tell us about it?

caitlyn: of course! i'm so proud of it! it's got more words than i could produce in one season of a reality show!

ary: can you tell us what's in it?

caitlyn: i cover a lot of time in 300 pages. it starts from when i was little boy. there's a lot of focus on the last two years, when caitlyn was introduced and got adjusted into the world. i still am!

ary: interesting. last two years? you mean the same chunk of time that was extensively covered by every major media outlet, blogger, and your own reality show i am cait?

caitlyn: exactly! it was the most turbulent yet rewarding time of my life!

ary: interesting for a book titled the secrets of my life. where are the secrets? it's not secret if cameras were on you 24/7.

caitlyn: oh, there are secrets! you see, the book has a special structure. each chapter alternates from my early years and olympic career to the more recent past. the last two years are sort of a framing device to show how i'm making a difference for the trans community, while the chapters on the past show how i came to terms with my trans identity.

ary: wonderful! that's a lot like alan cummings memoir not my father's son. he used the same structure to show how far he came from his poor, english town and how he navigated his adult life being in the closet. was this contrast a shared goal with your book?

caitlyn: not really. i had a much juicier goal. i used the present day chapters to debunk media myths that were made about me and fire back at people who talked about me in a way i didn't like. there's also a lot on how mean o.j. was.

ary: so what exactly is so unique and secretive about writing the last two years since your first diane sawyer interview?

caitlyn: you get to read about it from my point of view! i tell a lot about my versace dress.

ary: now let's go into the past a little.

caitlyn: i struggled with gender identity for a long time.

ary: go on.

caitlyn: what? that's all you need to know. i give lots of stories about how i used to crossdress and see if i could get away with it in public. i had many close calls. that's pretty wild.

ary: what about the part when you truly accepted your trans identity? did it happen, when your first wife caught you crossdressing.

caitlyn: the answer is in the book.

ary: it just says she was shocked. what happened after that?

caitlyn: moving on.

ary: what about linda? you wrote that you two went to couples therapy over the matter. what were on those sessions? that seems pretty secretive.

caitlyn: nobody cares.

ary: what about gertrude, the gender therapist you sought out. you had a special bond with her. did you tell us what was talked about in those sessions?

caitlyn: get over your obsessions with therapists. therapists aren't glamorous.

ary: but kris is. and she is pissed over what you wrote about her. what did you write that is irking her so much?

caitlyn: that she was controlling over my gender identity and didn't want me doing anything weird in public.

ary: that's kind of expected of a woman who trademarks herself as a momager. we all figured that she was also a wifeager. anything else? there has to be something. you can't possibly tell me that kris being controlling of your image is the reality behind the reality show. otherwise, that would make her public statements about your book just another pr stunt to boost sales. i can't think of why she would do that, other than maybe so you'll stop suing her for money because you aren't collecting a paycheck from your show anymore.

caitlyn: .....

ary: so i guess you could say the secret in the secrets of my life is that the media and people are getting you wrong.

caitlyn: bingo!

ary: let's talk about the most controversial quality about you. your politics. do you go into why being a republican can go hand in hand with being transgender or part of the l.g.b.t.q. community?

caitlyn: no, actually, bill bissinger, my ghost writer made me appear more liberal. i say nothing about my politics, but i talk extensively about my white privilege and how not enough light is shed on the community. that's pretty openminded.

ary: that's pretty intriguing. did that get you thinking about how the l.g.b.t.q. movement goes hand in hand with the black lives matter movement. both minorities knows what it's like to be discriminated. the stonewall riot was instigated by a trans woman. do you see parallels between that revolutionary communal act and the protests happening today?

caitlyn: hey, let's not go too far. khloe was married to a black guy, kylie was dating one, and rob almost got married to blac chyna. i'm good in that department.

ary: i guess those talks with bill didn't go so great.

caitlyn: no, but he did do a good job writing in my voice. i've struggled with reading my whole life, so bill was courteous to write the book like i would've done it, with tons of grammatical errors that make reading it hard. i tell you, i hate commas. when i write, i don't bother creating clauses in my sentences, so they run on.

ary: it looks to me like bill did a lot more than write in your voice. he captured the characteristics you most value in yourself. like how humble you say you were after the olympics, not wanting to milk your fame too much, even though you did nothing but make public appearances for a living and signed on to be a sports correspondent. but it's not your fault. it's not like there was anything you could've done. triathlon coach is so old retiree work. and then there's how you say you're such a good listener. never mind you turning into a nuclear bomb when your costars on i am cait disagreed with you on who should be the next president. i can see these listening skills were applied to the l.g.b.t.q. community. you did a lot of research. like when you said there had never been an openly gay n.f.l. star.

michael sam: hey, i beg to differ!

caitlyn: shut up, michael. your fifteen minutes are over. i didn't even have my first public kiss with a guy yet. and, ary, you're wrong about me and the community. i talk about my trans friends a lot in the book.

ary: yes, everyone who was on the show with you. i can tell you are nostalgic for i am cait. you ever refer to jenifer finney boylan as your i am cait sister. not your trans sister, your i am cait sister. yes, because reality tv is what binds us all together for life. isn't that right, kim?

kim: what did you say? cait, you better not get a bigger ass than me!

cait: the show was groundbreaking. i mean, i shone the spotlight on a community in the shadows.

ary: yes, i love all those interviews you conducted with so many people who suffered. you were like a real journalist. i could feel the passion to take a bad experience and use it to make the world a better place. oh, wait, i'm thinking of leah remini's docuseries on scientology.

leah: hey, my book kicks way more ass!

ary: yes, it does, leah. yes, it does.

i can't with this woman. i know this will be a #1 bestseller. she's like that one guest at the party you have to invite so you don't appear like a dick, not because you want to. she just keeps barging into our lives with some ridiculous statement. caitlyn does try to humble herself in this book, but she only does it to the bare minimum she needs to. she isn't this deep, introspective person because she wants to, but because she knows she has to, if she wants to be liked. caitlyn, take an example from the art of the deal. if there's anything trump has taught us, being liked has nothing to do with being successful.

i know you still have your flaws. i know you are still working things out. i'm proud you can be open about them. and, i'll give it to you, the humor sprinkled in your book was kind of funny. but, please, for someone who admires janet mock's and kate bornstein's books, you could've taken the opportunities to amplify their messages in your writing. i know this is a memoir, and it is about you. it should be, of course. but, like your show, we don't learn anything new about being trans that we already got from the internet. god forbid a trans woman be your ghost writer.

this book is just an extension of her reality show because, like the rest of the kardashians, she only way she can see herself is through a camera. put my number into either a call phone or home phone memory and they are just as frustrated as i am. These delcious menus have been pre-programmed into your sharp ary: hi, caitlyn! glad you have a moment to sit with me and chat about your new book. congrats!

caitlyn: hi, ary. beautiful home you have. i didn't know welfare bought you nice houses like this one nowadays.

ary: oh, caitlyn. you're so funny. like when you said you endorsed ted cruz, and later stated that you believed trump could be flipped in trans issues. you broke the internet more than kim's butt!

caitlyn: that wasn't a joke.

ary: (coughs.) anyway, let's get to the book. can you tell us about it?

caitlyn: of course! i'm so proud of it! it's got more words than i could produce in one season of a reality show!

ary: can you tell us what's in it?

caitlyn: i cover a lot of time in 300 pages. it starts from when i was little boy. there's a lot of focus on the last two years, when caitlyn was introduced and got adjusted into the world. i still am!

ary: interesting. last two years? you mean the same chunk of time that was extensively covered by every major media outlet, blogger, and your own reality show i am cait?

caitlyn: exactly! it was the most turbulent yet rewarding time of my life!

ary: interesting for a book titled the secrets of my life. where are the secrets? it's not secret if cameras were on you 24/7.

caitlyn: oh, there are secrets! you see, the book has a special structure. each chapter alternates from my early years and olympic career to the more recent past. the last two years are sort of a framing device to show how i'm making a difference for the trans community, while the chapters on the past show how i came to terms with my trans identity.

ary: wonderful! that's a lot like alan cummings memoir not my father's son. he used the same structure to show how far he came from his poor, english town and how he navigated his adult life being in the closet. was this contrast a shared goal with your book?

caitlyn: not really. i had a much juicier goal. i used the present day chapters to debunk media myths that were made about me and fire back at people who talked about me in a way i didn't like. there's also a lot on how mean o.j. was.

ary: so what exactly is so unique and secretive about writing the last two years since your first diane sawyer interview?

caitlyn: you get to read about it from my point of view! i tell a lot about my versace dress.

ary: now let's go into the past a little.

caitlyn: i struggled with gender identity for a long time.

ary: go on.

caitlyn: what? that's all you need to know. i give lots of stories about how i used to crossdress and see if i could get away with it in public. i had many close calls. that's pretty wild.

ary: what about the part when you truly accepted your trans identity? did it happen, when your first wife caught you crossdressing.

caitlyn: the answer is in the book.

ary: it just says she was shocked. what happened after that?

caitlyn: moving on.

ary: what about linda? you wrote that you two went to couples therapy over the matter. what were on those sessions? that seems pretty secretive.

caitlyn: nobody cares.

ary: what about gertrude, the gender therapist you sought out. you had a special bond with her. did you tell us what was talked about in those sessions?

caitlyn: get over your obsessions with therapists. therapists aren't glamorous.

ary: but kris is. and she is pissed over what you wrote about her. what did you write that is irking her so much?

caitlyn: that she was controlling over my gender identity and didn't want me doing anything weird in public.

ary: that's kind of expected of a woman who trademarks herself as a momager. we all figured that she was also a wifeager. anything else? there has to be something. you can't possibly tell me that kris being controlling of your image is the reality behind the reality show. otherwise, that would make her public statements about your book just another pr stunt to boost sales. i can't think of why she would do that, other than maybe so you'll stop suing her for money because you aren't collecting a paycheck from your show anymore.

caitlyn: .....

ary: so i guess you could say the secret in the secrets of my life is that the media and people are getting you wrong.

caitlyn: bingo!

ary: let's talk about the most controversial quality about you. your politics. do you go into why being a republican can go hand in hand with being transgender or part of the l.g.b.t.q. community?

caitlyn: no, actually, bill bissinger, my ghost writer made me appear more liberal. i say nothing about my politics, but i talk extensively about my white privilege and how not enough light is shed on the community. that's pretty openminded.

ary: that's pretty intriguing. did that get you thinking about how the l.g.b.t.q. movement goes hand in hand with the black lives matter movement. both minorities knows what it's like to be discriminated. the stonewall riot was instigated by a trans woman. do you see parallels between that revolutionary communal act and the protests happening today?

caitlyn: hey, let's not go too far. khloe was married to a black guy, kylie was dating one, and rob almost got married to blac chyna. i'm good in that department.

ary: i guess those talks with bill didn't go so great.

caitlyn: no, but he did do a good job writing in my voice. i've struggled with reading my whole life, so bill was courteous to write the book like i would've done it, with tons of grammatical errors that make reading it hard. i tell you, i hate commas. when i write, i don't bother creating clauses in my sentences, so they run on.

ary: it looks to me like bill did a lot more than write in your voice. he captured the characteristics you most value in yourself. like how humble you say you were after the olympics, not wanting to milk your fame too much, even though you did nothing but make public appearances for a living and signed on to be a sports correspondent. but it's not your fault. it's not like there was anything you could've done. triathlon coach is so old retiree work. and then there's how you say you're such a good listener. never mind you turning into a nuclear bomb when your costars on i am cait disagreed with you on who should be the next president. i can see these listening skills were applied to the l.g.b.t.q. community. you did a lot of research. like when you said there had never been an openly gay n.f.l. star.

michael sam: hey, i beg to differ!

caitlyn: shut up, michael. your fifteen minutes are over. i didn't even have my first public kiss with a guy yet. and, ary, you're wrong about me and the community. i talk about my trans friends a lot in the book.

ary: yes, everyone who was on the show with you. i can tell you are nostalgic for i am cait. you ever refer to jenifer finney boylan as your i am cait sister. not your trans sister, your i am cait sister. yes, because reality tv is what binds us all together for life. isn't that right, kim?

kim: what did you say? cait, you better not get a bigger ass than me!

cait: the show was groundbreaking. i mean, i shone the spotlight on a community in the shadows.

ary: yes, i love all those interviews you conducted with so many people who suffered. you were like a real journalist. i could feel the passion to take a bad experience and use it to make the world a better place. oh, wait, i'm thinking of leah remini's docuseries on scientology.

leah: hey, my book kicks way more ass!

ary: yes, it does, leah. yes, it does.

i can't with this woman. i know this will be a #1 bestseller. she's like that one guest at the party you have to invite so you don't appear like a dick, not because you want to. she just keeps barging into our lives with some ridiculous statement. caitlyn does try to humble herself in this book, but she only does it to the bare minimum she needs to. she isn't this deep, introspective person because she wants to, but because she knows she has to, if she wants to be liked. caitlyn, take an example from the art of the deal. if there's anything trump has taught us, being liked has nothing to do with being successful.

i know you still have your flaws. i know you are still working things out. i'm proud you can be open about them. and, i'll give it to you, the humor sprinkled in your book was kind of funny. but, please, for someone who admires janet mock's and kate bornstein's books, you could've taken the opportunities to amplify their messages in your writing. i know this is a memoir, and it is about you. it should be, of course. but, like your show, we don't learn anything new about being trans that we already got from the internet. god forbid a trans woman be your ghost writer.

this book is just an extension of her reality show because, like the rest of the kardashians, she only way she can see herself is through a camera.
microwave for everyday ease and convenience. Employers in rural and ary: hi, caitlyn! glad you have a moment to sit with me and chat about your new book. congrats!

caitlyn: hi, ary. beautiful home you have. i didn't know welfare bought you nice houses like this one nowadays.

ary: oh, caitlyn. you're so funny. like when you said you endorsed ted cruz, and later stated that you believed trump could be flipped in trans issues. you broke the internet more than kim's butt!

caitlyn: that wasn't a joke.

ary: (coughs.) anyway, let's get to the book. can you tell us about it?

caitlyn: of course! i'm so proud of it! it's got more words than i could produce in one season of a reality show!

ary: can you tell us what's in it?

caitlyn: i cover a lot of time in 300 pages. it starts from when i was little boy. there's a lot of focus on the last two years, when caitlyn was introduced and got adjusted into the world. i still am!

ary: interesting. last two years? you mean the same chunk of time that was extensively covered by every major media outlet, blogger, and your own reality show i am cait?

caitlyn: exactly! it was the most turbulent yet rewarding time of my life!

ary: interesting for a book titled the secrets of my life. where are the secrets? it's not secret if cameras were on you 24/7.

caitlyn: oh, there are secrets! you see, the book has a special structure. each chapter alternates from my early years and olympic career to the more recent past. the last two years are sort of a framing device to show how i'm making a difference for the trans community, while the chapters on the past show how i came to terms with my trans identity.

ary: wonderful! that's a lot like alan cummings memoir not my father's son. he used the same structure to show how far he came from his poor, english town and how he navigated his adult life being in the closet. was this contrast a shared goal with your book?

caitlyn: not really. i had a much juicier goal. i used the present day chapters to debunk media myths that were made about me and fire back at people who talked about me in a way i didn't like. there's also a lot on how mean o.j. was.

ary: so what exactly is so unique and secretive about writing the last two years since your first diane sawyer interview?

caitlyn: you get to read about it from my point of view! i tell a lot about my versace dress.

ary: now let's go into the past a little.

caitlyn: i struggled with gender identity for a long time.

ary: go on.

caitlyn: what? that's all you need to know. i give lots of stories about how i used to crossdress and see if i could get away with it in public. i had many close calls. that's pretty wild.

ary: what about the part when you truly accepted your trans identity? did it happen, when your first wife caught you crossdressing.

caitlyn: the answer is in the book.

ary: it just says she was shocked. what happened after that?

caitlyn: moving on.

ary: what about linda? you wrote that you two went to couples therapy over the matter. what were on those sessions? that seems pretty secretive.

caitlyn: nobody cares.

ary: what about gertrude, the gender therapist you sought out. you had a special bond with her. did you tell us what was talked about in those sessions?

caitlyn: get over your obsessions with therapists. therapists aren't glamorous.

ary: but kris is. and she is pissed over what you wrote about her. what did you write that is irking her so much?

caitlyn: that she was controlling over my gender identity and didn't want me doing anything weird in public.

ary: that's kind of expected of a woman who trademarks herself as a momager. we all figured that she was also a wifeager. anything else? there has to be something. you can't possibly tell me that kris being controlling of your image is the reality behind the reality show. otherwise, that would make her public statements about your book just another pr stunt to boost sales. i can't think of why she would do that, other than maybe so you'll stop suing her for money because you aren't collecting a paycheck from your show anymore.

caitlyn: .....

ary: so i guess you could say the secret in the secrets of my life is that the media and people are getting you wrong.

caitlyn: bingo!

ary: let's talk about the most controversial quality about you. your politics. do you go into why being a republican can go hand in hand with being transgender or part of the l.g.b.t.q. community?

caitlyn: no, actually, bill bissinger, my ghost writer made me appear more liberal. i say nothing about my politics, but i talk extensively about my white privilege and how not enough light is shed on the community. that's pretty openminded.

ary: that's pretty intriguing. did that get you thinking about how the l.g.b.t.q. movement goes hand in hand with the black lives matter movement. both minorities knows what it's like to be discriminated. the stonewall riot was instigated by a trans woman. do you see parallels between that revolutionary communal act and the protests happening today?

caitlyn: hey, let's not go too far. khloe was married to a black guy, kylie was dating one, and rob almost got married to blac chyna. i'm good in that department.

ary: i guess those talks with bill didn't go so great.

caitlyn: no, but he did do a good job writing in my voice. i've struggled with reading my whole life, so bill was courteous to write the book like i would've done it, with tons of grammatical errors that make reading it hard. i tell you, i hate commas. when i write, i don't bother creating clauses in my sentences, so they run on.

ary: it looks to me like bill did a lot more than write in your voice. he captured the characteristics you most value in yourself. like how humble you say you were after the olympics, not wanting to milk your fame too much, even though you did nothing but make public appearances for a living and signed on to be a sports correspondent. but it's not your fault. it's not like there was anything you could've done. triathlon coach is so old retiree work. and then there's how you say you're such a good listener. never mind you turning into a nuclear bomb when your costars on i am cait disagreed with you on who should be the next president. i can see these listening skills were applied to the l.g.b.t.q. community. you did a lot of research. like when you said there had never been an openly gay n.f.l. star.

michael sam: hey, i beg to differ!

caitlyn: shut up, michael. your fifteen minutes are over. i didn't even have my first public kiss with a guy yet. and, ary, you're wrong about me and the community. i talk about my trans friends a lot in the book.

ary: yes, everyone who was on the show with you. i can tell you are nostalgic for i am cait. you ever refer to jenifer finney boylan as your i am cait sister. not your trans sister, your i am cait sister. yes, because reality tv is what binds us all together for life. isn't that right, kim?

kim: what did you say? cait, you better not get a bigger ass than me!

cait: the show was groundbreaking. i mean, i shone the spotlight on a community in the shadows.

ary: yes, i love all those interviews you conducted with so many people who suffered. you were like a real journalist. i could feel the passion to take a bad experience and use it to make the world a better place. oh, wait, i'm thinking of leah remini's docuseries on scientology.

leah: hey, my book kicks way more ass!

ary: yes, it does, leah. yes, it does.

i can't with this woman. i know this will be a #1 bestseller. she's like that one guest at the party you have to invite so you don't appear like a dick, not because you want to. she just keeps barging into our lives with some ridiculous statement. caitlyn does try to humble herself in this book, but she only does it to the bare minimum she needs to. she isn't this deep, introspective person because she wants to, but because she knows she has to, if she wants to be liked. caitlyn, take an example from the art of the deal. if there's anything trump has taught us, being liked has nothing to do with being successful.

i know you still have your flaws. i know you are still working things out. i'm proud you can be open about them. and, i'll give it to you, the humor sprinkled in your book was kind of funny. but, please, for someone who admires janet mock's and kate bornstein's books, you could've taken the opportunities to amplify their messages in your writing. i know this is a memoir, and it is about you. it should be, of course. but, like your show, we don't learn anything new about being trans that we already got from the internet. god forbid a trans woman be your ghost writer.

this book is just an extension of her reality show because, like the rest of the kardashians, she only way she can see herself is through a camera. regional areas will be offered concessional arrangements to sponsor workers, similar to those already offered to sponsor permanent migrants under the regional sponsored migrant scheme rsms. Refunds will be made against the 368 original form of tender. As of, the quebec government imposed a standard curriculum on 368 all schools public and private. She is honored to continue to spread the 368 teachings she has been blessed to receive.

Last but ary: hi, caitlyn! glad you have a moment to sit with me and chat about your new book. congrats!

caitlyn: hi, ary. beautiful home you have. i didn't know welfare bought you nice houses like this one nowadays.

ary: oh, caitlyn. you're so funny. like when you said you endorsed ted cruz, and later stated that you believed trump could be flipped in trans issues. you broke the internet more than kim's butt!

caitlyn: that wasn't a joke.

ary: (coughs.) anyway, let's get to the book. can you tell us about it?

caitlyn: of course! i'm so proud of it! it's got more words than i could produce in one season of a reality show!

ary: can you tell us what's in it?

caitlyn: i cover a lot of time in 300 pages. it starts from when i was little boy. there's a lot of focus on the last two years, when caitlyn was introduced and got adjusted into the world. i still am!

ary: interesting. last two years? you mean the same chunk of time that was extensively covered by every major media outlet, blogger, and your own reality show i am cait?

caitlyn: exactly! it was the most turbulent yet rewarding time of my life!

ary: interesting for a book titled the secrets of my life. where are the secrets? it's not secret if cameras were on you 24/7.

caitlyn: oh, there are secrets! you see, the book has a special structure. each chapter alternates from my early years and olympic career to the more recent past. the last two years are sort of a framing device to show how i'm making a difference for the trans community, while the chapters on the past show how i came to terms with my trans identity.

ary: wonderful! that's a lot like alan cummings memoir not my father's son. he used the same structure to show how far he came from his poor, english town and how he navigated his adult life being in the closet. was this contrast a shared goal with your book?

caitlyn: not really. i had a much juicier goal. i used the present day chapters to debunk media myths that were made about me and fire back at people who talked about me in a way i didn't like. there's also a lot on how mean o.j. was.

ary: so what exactly is so unique and secretive about writing the last two years since your first diane sawyer interview?

caitlyn: you get to read about it from my point of view! i tell a lot about my versace dress.

ary: now let's go into the past a little.

caitlyn: i struggled with gender identity for a long time.

ary: go on.

caitlyn: what? that's all you need to know. i give lots of stories about how i used to crossdress and see if i could get away with it in public. i had many close calls. that's pretty wild.

ary: what about the part when you truly accepted your trans identity? did it happen, when your first wife caught you crossdressing.

caitlyn: the answer is in the book.

ary: it just says she was shocked. what happened after that?

caitlyn: moving on.

ary: what about linda? you wrote that you two went to couples therapy over the matter. what were on those sessions? that seems pretty secretive.

caitlyn: nobody cares.

ary: what about gertrude, the gender therapist you sought out. you had a special bond with her. did you tell us what was talked about in those sessions?

caitlyn: get over your obsessions with therapists. therapists aren't glamorous.

ary: but kris is. and she is pissed over what you wrote about her. what did you write that is irking her so much?

caitlyn: that she was controlling over my gender identity and didn't want me doing anything weird in public.

ary: that's kind of expected of a woman who trademarks herself as a momager. we all figured that she was also a wifeager. anything else? there has to be something. you can't possibly tell me that kris being controlling of your image is the reality behind the reality show. otherwise, that would make her public statements about your book just another pr stunt to boost sales. i can't think of why she would do that, other than maybe so you'll stop suing her for money because you aren't collecting a paycheck from your show anymore.

caitlyn: .....

ary: so i guess you could say the secret in the secrets of my life is that the media and people are getting you wrong.

caitlyn: bingo!

ary: let's talk about the most controversial quality about you. your politics. do you go into why being a republican can go hand in hand with being transgender or part of the l.g.b.t.q. community?

caitlyn: no, actually, bill bissinger, my ghost writer made me appear more liberal. i say nothing about my politics, but i talk extensively about my white privilege and how not enough light is shed on the community. that's pretty openminded.

ary: that's pretty intriguing. did that get you thinking about how the l.g.b.t.q. movement goes hand in hand with the black lives matter movement. both minorities knows what it's like to be discriminated. the stonewall riot was instigated by a trans woman. do you see parallels between that revolutionary communal act and the protests happening today?

caitlyn: hey, let's not go too far. khloe was married to a black guy, kylie was dating one, and rob almost got married to blac chyna. i'm good in that department.

ary: i guess those talks with bill didn't go so great.

caitlyn: no, but he did do a good job writing in my voice. i've struggled with reading my whole life, so bill was courteous to write the book like i would've done it, with tons of grammatical errors that make reading it hard. i tell you, i hate commas. when i write, i don't bother creating clauses in my sentences, so they run on.

ary: it looks to me like bill did a lot more than write in your voice. he captured the characteristics you most value in yourself. like how humble you say you were after the olympics, not wanting to milk your fame too much, even though you did nothing but make public appearances for a living and signed on to be a sports correspondent. but it's not your fault. it's not like there was anything you could've done. triathlon coach is so old retiree work. and then there's how you say you're such a good listener. never mind you turning into a nuclear bomb when your costars on i am cait disagreed with you on who should be the next president. i can see these listening skills were applied to the l.g.b.t.q. community. you did a lot of research. like when you said there had never been an openly gay n.f.l. star.

michael sam: hey, i beg to differ!

caitlyn: shut up, michael. your fifteen minutes are over. i didn't even have my first public kiss with a guy yet. and, ary, you're wrong about me and the community. i talk about my trans friends a lot in the book.

ary: yes, everyone who was on the show with you. i can tell you are nostalgic for i am cait. you ever refer to jenifer finney boylan as your i am cait sister. not your trans sister, your i am cait sister. yes, because reality tv is what binds us all together for life. isn't that right, kim?

kim: what did you say? cait, you better not get a bigger ass than me!

cait: the show was groundbreaking. i mean, i shone the spotlight on a community in the shadows.

ary: yes, i love all those interviews you conducted with so many people who suffered. you were like a real journalist. i could feel the passion to take a bad experience and use it to make the world a better place. oh, wait, i'm thinking of leah remini's docuseries on scientology.

leah: hey, my book kicks way more ass!

ary: yes, it does, leah. yes, it does.

i can't with this woman. i know this will be a #1 bestseller. she's like that one guest at the party you have to invite so you don't appear like a dick, not because you want to. she just keeps barging into our lives with some ridiculous statement. caitlyn does try to humble herself in this book, but she only does it to the bare minimum she needs to. she isn't this deep, introspective person because she wants to, but because she knows she has to, if she wants to be liked. caitlyn, take an example from the art of the deal. if there's anything trump has taught us, being liked has nothing to do with being successful.

i know you still have your flaws. i know you are still working things out. i'm proud you can be open about them. and, i'll give it to you, the humor sprinkled in your book was kind of funny. but, please, for someone who admires janet mock's and kate bornstein's books, you could've taken the opportunities to amplify their messages in your writing. i know this is a memoir, and it is about you. it should be, of course. but, like your show, we don't learn anything new about being trans that we already got from the internet. god forbid a trans woman be your ghost writer.

this book is just an extension of her reality show because, like the rest of the kardashians, she only way she can see herself is through a camera. not least, i intend to commission you to do some original busts in the future. The approval and registration ary: hi, caitlyn! glad you have a moment to sit with me and chat about your new book. congrats!

caitlyn: hi, ary. beautiful home you have. i didn't know welfare bought you nice houses like this one nowadays.

ary: oh, caitlyn. you're so funny. like when you said you endorsed ted cruz, and later stated that you believed trump could be flipped in trans issues. you broke the internet more than kim's butt!

caitlyn: that wasn't a joke.

ary: (coughs.) anyway, let's get to the book. can you tell us about it?

caitlyn: of course! i'm so proud of it! it's got more words than i could produce in one season of a reality show!

ary: can you tell us what's in it?

caitlyn: i cover a lot of time in 300 pages. it starts from when i was little boy. there's a lot of focus on the last two years, when caitlyn was introduced and got adjusted into the world. i still am!

ary: interesting. last two years? you mean the same chunk of time that was extensively covered by every major media outlet, blogger, and your own reality show i am cait?

caitlyn: exactly! it was the most turbulent yet rewarding time of my life!

ary: interesting for a book titled the secrets of my life. where are the secrets? it's not secret if cameras were on you 24/7.

caitlyn: oh, there are secrets! you see, the book has a special structure. each chapter alternates from my early years and olympic career to the more recent past. the last two years are sort of a framing device to show how i'm making a difference for the trans community, while the chapters on the past show how i came to terms with my trans identity.

ary: wonderful! that's a lot like alan cummings memoir not my father's son. he used the same structure to show how far he came from his poor, english town and how he navigated his adult life being in the closet. was this contrast a shared goal with your book?

caitlyn: not really. i had a much juicier goal. i used the present day chapters to debunk media myths that were made about me and fire back at people who talked about me in a way i didn't like. there's also a lot on how mean o.j. was.

ary: so what exactly is so unique and secretive about writing the last two years since your first diane sawyer interview?

caitlyn: you get to read about it from my point of view! i tell a lot about my versace dress.

ary: now let's go into the past a little.

caitlyn: i struggled with gender identity for a long time.

ary: go on.

caitlyn: what? that's all you need to know. i give lots of stories about how i used to crossdress and see if i could get away with it in public. i had many close calls. that's pretty wild.

ary: what about the part when you truly accepted your trans identity? did it happen, when your first wife caught you crossdressing.

caitlyn: the answer is in the book.

ary: it just says she was shocked. what happened after that?

caitlyn: moving on.

ary: what about linda? you wrote that you two went to couples therapy over the matter. what were on those sessions? that seems pretty secretive.

caitlyn: nobody cares.

ary: what about gertrude, the gender therapist you sought out. you had a special bond with her. did you tell us what was talked about in those sessions?

caitlyn: get over your obsessions with therapists. therapists aren't glamorous.

ary: but kris is. and she is pissed over what you wrote about her. what did you write that is irking her so much?

caitlyn: that she was controlling over my gender identity and didn't want me doing anything weird in public.

ary: that's kind of expected of a woman who trademarks herself as a momager. we all figured that she was also a wifeager. anything else? there has to be something. you can't possibly tell me that kris being controlling of your image is the reality behind the reality show. otherwise, that would make her public statements about your book just another pr stunt to boost sales. i can't think of why she would do that, other than maybe so you'll stop suing her for money because you aren't collecting a paycheck from your show anymore.

caitlyn: .....

ary: so i guess you could say the secret in the secrets of my life is that the media and people are getting you wrong.

caitlyn: bingo!

ary: let's talk about the most controversial quality about you. your politics. do you go into why being a republican can go hand in hand with being transgender or part of the l.g.b.t.q. community?

caitlyn: no, actually, bill bissinger, my ghost writer made me appear more liberal. i say nothing about my politics, but i talk extensively about my white privilege and how not enough light is shed on the community. that's pretty openminded.

ary: that's pretty intriguing. did that get you thinking about how the l.g.b.t.q. movement goes hand in hand with the black lives matter movement. both minorities knows what it's like to be discriminated. the stonewall riot was instigated by a trans woman. do you see parallels between that revolutionary communal act and the protests happening today?

caitlyn: hey, let's not go too far. khloe was married to a black guy, kylie was dating one, and rob almost got married to blac chyna. i'm good in that department.

ary: i guess those talks with bill didn't go so great.

caitlyn: no, but he did do a good job writing in my voice. i've struggled with reading my whole life, so bill was courteous to write the book like i would've done it, with tons of grammatical errors that make reading it hard. i tell you, i hate commas. when i write, i don't bother creating clauses in my sentences, so they run on.

ary: it looks to me like bill did a lot more than write in your voice. he captured the characteristics you most value in yourself. like how humble you say you were after the olympics, not wanting to milk your fame too much, even though you did nothing but make public appearances for a living and signed on to be a sports correspondent. but it's not your fault. it's not like there was anything you could've done. triathlon coach is so old retiree work. and then there's how you say you're such a good listener. never mind you turning into a nuclear bomb when your costars on i am cait disagreed with you on who should be the next president. i can see these listening skills were applied to the l.g.b.t.q. community. you did a lot of research. like when you said there had never been an openly gay n.f.l. star.

michael sam: hey, i beg to differ!

caitlyn: shut up, michael. your fifteen minutes are over. i didn't even have my first public kiss with a guy yet. and, ary, you're wrong about me and the community. i talk about my trans friends a lot in the book.

ary: yes, everyone who was on the show with you. i can tell you are nostalgic for i am cait. you ever refer to jenifer finney boylan as your i am cait sister. not your trans sister, your i am cait sister. yes, because reality tv is what binds us all together for life. isn't that right, kim?

kim: what did you say? cait, you better not get a bigger ass than me!

cait: the show was groundbreaking. i mean, i shone the spotlight on a community in the shadows.

ary: yes, i love all those interviews you conducted with so many people who suffered. you were like a real journalist. i could feel the passion to take a bad experience and use it to make the world a better place. oh, wait, i'm thinking of leah remini's docuseries on scientology.

leah: hey, my book kicks way more ass!

ary: yes, it does, leah. yes, it does.

i can't with this woman. i know this will be a #1 bestseller. she's like that one guest at the party you have to invite so you don't appear like a dick, not because you want to. she just keeps barging into our lives with some ridiculous statement. caitlyn does try to humble herself in this book, but she only does it to the bare minimum she needs to. she isn't this deep, introspective person because she wants to, but because she knows she has to, if she wants to be liked. caitlyn, take an example from the art of the deal. if there's anything trump has taught us, being liked has nothing to do with being successful.

i know you still have your flaws. i know you are still working things out. i'm proud you can be open about them. and, i'll give it to you, the humor sprinkled in your book was kind of funny. but, please, for someone who admires janet mock's and kate bornstein's books, you could've taken the opportunities to amplify their messages in your writing. i know this is a memoir, and it is about you. it should be, of course. but, like your show, we don't learn anything new about being trans that we already got from the internet. god forbid a trans woman be your ghost writer.

this book is just an extension of her reality show because, like the rest of the kardashians, she only way she can see herself is through a camera. of a new lubricant into one of these categories depends on the ingredients used in the formulation. Membrane receptors are at the interface between 368 the extracellular and intracellular environment and are thus crucial for cell communication. With rugby sevens being added to the olympic calendar, brazil was invited to the world rugby sevens series, showing improvement 368 in both the men's and women's series. In, avramopoulos resigned from greek diplomatic service to enter parliamentary politics as a member of new democracy and ary: hi, caitlyn! glad you have a moment to sit with me and chat about your new book. congrats!

caitlyn: hi, ary. beautiful home you have. i didn't know welfare bought you nice houses like this one nowadays.

ary: oh, caitlyn. you're so funny. like when you said you endorsed ted cruz, and later stated that you believed trump could be flipped in trans issues. you broke the internet more than kim's butt!

caitlyn: that wasn't a joke.

ary: (coughs.) anyway, let's get to the book. can you tell us about it?

caitlyn: of course! i'm so proud of it! it's got more words than i could produce in one season of a reality show!

ary: can you tell us what's in it?

caitlyn: i cover a lot of time in 300 pages. it starts from when i was little boy. there's a lot of focus on the last two years, when caitlyn was introduced and got adjusted into the world. i still am!

ary: interesting. last two years? you mean the same chunk of time that was extensively covered by every major media outlet, blogger, and your own reality show i am cait?

caitlyn: exactly! it was the most turbulent yet rewarding time of my life!

ary: interesting for a book titled the secrets of my life. where are the secrets? it's not secret if cameras were on you 24/7.

caitlyn: oh, there are secrets! you see, the book has a special structure. each chapter alternates from my early years and olympic career to the more recent past. the last two years are sort of a framing device to show how i'm making a difference for the trans community, while the chapters on the past show how i came to terms with my trans identity.

ary: wonderful! that's a lot like alan cummings memoir not my father's son. he used the same structure to show how far he came from his poor, english town and how he navigated his adult life being in the closet. was this contrast a shared goal with your book?

caitlyn: not really. i had a much juicier goal. i used the present day chapters to debunk media myths that were made about me and fire back at people who talked about me in a way i didn't like. there's also a lot on how mean o.j. was.

ary: so what exactly is so unique and secretive about writing the last two years since your first diane sawyer interview?

caitlyn: you get to read about it from my point of view! i tell a lot about my versace dress.

ary: now let's go into the past a little.

caitlyn: i struggled with gender identity for a long time.

ary: go on.

caitlyn: what? that's all you need to know. i give lots of stories about how i used to crossdress and see if i could get away with it in public. i had many close calls. that's pretty wild.

ary: what about the part when you truly accepted your trans identity? did it happen, when your first wife caught you crossdressing.

caitlyn: the answer is in the book.

ary: it just says she was shocked. what happened after that?

caitlyn: moving on.

ary: what about linda? you wrote that you two went to couples therapy over the matter. what were on those sessions? that seems pretty secretive.

caitlyn: nobody cares.

ary: what about gertrude, the gender therapist you sought out. you had a special bond with her. did you tell us what was talked about in those sessions?

caitlyn: get over your obsessions with therapists. therapists aren't glamorous.

ary: but kris is. and she is pissed over what you wrote about her. what did you write that is irking her so much?

caitlyn: that she was controlling over my gender identity and didn't want me doing anything weird in public.

ary: that's kind of expected of a woman who trademarks herself as a momager. we all figured that she was also a wifeager. anything else? there has to be something. you can't possibly tell me that kris being controlling of your image is the reality behind the reality show. otherwise, that would make her public statements about your book just another pr stunt to boost sales. i can't think of why she would do that, other than maybe so you'll stop suing her for money because you aren't collecting a paycheck from your show anymore.

caitlyn: .....

ary: so i guess you could say the secret in the secrets of my life is that the media and people are getting you wrong.

caitlyn: bingo!

ary: let's talk about the most controversial quality about you. your politics. do you go into why being a republican can go hand in hand with being transgender or part of the l.g.b.t.q. community?

caitlyn: no, actually, bill bissinger, my ghost writer made me appear more liberal. i say nothing about my politics, but i talk extensively about my white privilege and how not enough light is shed on the community. that's pretty openminded.

ary: that's pretty intriguing. did that get you thinking about how the l.g.b.t.q. movement goes hand in hand with the black lives matter movement. both minorities knows what it's like to be discriminated. the stonewall riot was instigated by a trans woman. do you see parallels between that revolutionary communal act and the protests happening today?

caitlyn: hey, let's not go too far. khloe was married to a black guy, kylie was dating one, and rob almost got married to blac chyna. i'm good in that department.

ary: i guess those talks with bill didn't go so great.

caitlyn: no, but he did do a good job writing in my voice. i've struggled with reading my whole life, so bill was courteous to write the book like i would've done it, with tons of grammatical errors that make reading it hard. i tell you, i hate commas. when i write, i don't bother creating clauses in my sentences, so they run on.

ary: it looks to me like bill did a lot more than write in your voice. he captured the characteristics you most value in yourself. like how humble you say you were after the olympics, not wanting to milk your fame too much, even though you did nothing but make public appearances for a living and signed on to be a sports correspondent. but it's not your fault. it's not like there was anything you could've done. triathlon coach is so old retiree work. and then there's how you say you're such a good listener. never mind you turning into a nuclear bomb when your costars on i am cait disagreed with you on who should be the next president. i can see these listening skills were applied to the l.g.b.t.q. community. you did a lot of research. like when you said there had never been an openly gay n.f.l. star.

michael sam: hey, i beg to differ!

caitlyn: shut up, michael. your fifteen minutes are over. i didn't even have my first public kiss with a guy yet. and, ary, you're wrong about me and the community. i talk about my trans friends a lot in the book.

ary: yes, everyone who was on the show with you. i can tell you are nostalgic for i am cait. you ever refer to jenifer finney boylan as your i am cait sister. not your trans sister, your i am cait sister. yes, because reality tv is what binds us all together for life. isn't that right, kim?

kim: what did you say? cait, you better not get a bigger ass than me!

cait: the show was groundbreaking. i mean, i shone the spotlight on a community in the shadows.

ary: yes, i love all those interviews you conducted with so many people who suffered. you were like a real journalist. i could feel the passion to take a bad experience and use it to make the world a better place. oh, wait, i'm thinking of leah remini's docuseries on scientology.

leah: hey, my book kicks way more ass!

ary: yes, it does, leah. yes, it does.

i can't with this woman. i know this will be a #1 bestseller. she's like that one guest at the party you have to invite so you don't appear like a dick, not because you want to. she just keeps barging into our lives with some ridiculous statement. caitlyn does try to humble herself in this book, but she only does it to the bare minimum she needs to. she isn't this deep, introspective person because she wants to, but because she knows she has to, if she wants to be liked. caitlyn, take an example from the art of the deal. if there's anything trump has taught us, being liked has nothing to do with being successful.

i know you still have your flaws. i know you are still working things out. i'm proud you can be open about them. and, i'll give it to you, the humor sprinkled in your book was kind of funny. but, please, for someone who admires janet mock's and kate bornstein's books, you could've taken the opportunities to amplify their messages in your writing. i know this is a memoir, and it is about you. it should be, of course. but, like your show, we don't learn anything new about being trans that we already got from the internet. god forbid a trans woman be your ghost writer.

this book is just an extension of her reality show because, like the rest of the kardashians, she only way she can see herself is through a camera. was elected a member of its central committee. The owner of multiple fbs offers, lyons is the unquestioned leader of the group and will man one ary: hi, caitlyn! glad you have a moment to sit with me and chat about your new book. congrats!

caitlyn: hi, ary. beautiful home you have. i didn't know welfare bought you nice houses like this one nowadays.

ary: oh, caitlyn. you're so funny. like when you said you endorsed ted cruz, and later stated that you believed trump could be flipped in trans issues. you broke the internet more than kim's butt!

caitlyn: that wasn't a joke.

ary: (coughs.) anyway, let's get to the book. can you tell us about it?

caitlyn: of course! i'm so proud of it! it's got more words than i could produce in one season of a reality show!

ary: can you tell us what's in it?

caitlyn: i cover a lot of time in 300 pages. it starts from when i was little boy. there's a lot of focus on the last two years, when caitlyn was introduced and got adjusted into the world. i still am!

ary: interesting. last two years? you mean the same chunk of time that was extensively covered by every major media outlet, blogger, and your own reality show i am cait?

caitlyn: exactly! it was the most turbulent yet rewarding time of my life!

ary: interesting for a book titled the secrets of my life. where are the secrets? it's not secret if cameras were on you 24/7.

caitlyn: oh, there are secrets! you see, the book has a special structure. each chapter alternates from my early years and olympic career to the more recent past. the last two years are sort of a framing device to show how i'm making a difference for the trans community, while the chapters on the past show how i came to terms with my trans identity.

ary: wonderful! that's a lot like alan cummings memoir not my father's son. he used the same structure to show how far he came from his poor, english town and how he navigated his adult life being in the closet. was this contrast a shared goal with your book?

caitlyn: not really. i had a much juicier goal. i used the present day chapters to debunk media myths that were made about me and fire back at people who talked about me in a way i didn't like. there's also a lot on how mean o.j. was.

ary: so what exactly is so unique and secretive about writing the last two years since your first diane sawyer interview?

caitlyn: you get to read about it from my point of view! i tell a lot about my versace dress.

ary: now let's go into the past a little.

caitlyn: i struggled with gender identity for a long time.

ary: go on.

caitlyn: what? that's all you need to know. i give lots of stories about how i used to crossdress and see if i could get away with it in public. i had many close calls. that's pretty wild.

ary: what about the part when you truly accepted your trans identity? did it happen, when your first wife caught you crossdressing.

caitlyn: the answer is in the book.

ary: it just says she was shocked. what happened after that?

caitlyn: moving on.

ary: what about linda? you wrote that you two went to couples therapy over the matter. what were on those sessions? that seems pretty secretive.

caitlyn: nobody cares.

ary: what about gertrude, the gender therapist you sought out. you had a special bond with her. did you tell us what was talked about in those sessions?

caitlyn: get over your obsessions with therapists. therapists aren't glamorous.

ary: but kris is. and she is pissed over what you wrote about her. what did you write that is irking her so much?

caitlyn: that she was controlling over my gender identity and didn't want me doing anything weird in public.

ary: that's kind of expected of a woman who trademarks herself as a momager. we all figured that she was also a wifeager. anything else? there has to be something. you can't possibly tell me that kris being controlling of your image is the reality behind the reality show. otherwise, that would make her public statements about your book just another pr stunt to boost sales. i can't think of why she would do that, other than maybe so you'll stop suing her for money because you aren't collecting a paycheck from your show anymore.

caitlyn: .....

ary: so i guess you could say the secret in the secrets of my life is that the media and people are getting you wrong.

caitlyn: bingo!

ary: let's talk about the most controversial quality about you. your politics. do you go into why being a republican can go hand in hand with being transgender or part of the l.g.b.t.q. community?

caitlyn: no, actually, bill bissinger, my ghost writer made me appear more liberal. i say nothing about my politics, but i talk extensively about my white privilege and how not enough light is shed on the community. that's pretty openminded.

ary: that's pretty intriguing. did that get you thinking about how the l.g.b.t.q. movement goes hand in hand with the black lives matter movement. both minorities knows what it's like to be discriminated. the stonewall riot was instigated by a trans woman. do you see parallels between that revolutionary communal act and the protests happening today?

caitlyn: hey, let's not go too far. khloe was married to a black guy, kylie was dating one, and rob almost got married to blac chyna. i'm good in that department.

ary: i guess those talks with bill didn't go so great.

caitlyn: no, but he did do a good job writing in my voice. i've struggled with reading my whole life, so bill was courteous to write the book like i would've done it, with tons of grammatical errors that make reading it hard. i tell you, i hate commas. when i write, i don't bother creating clauses in my sentences, so they run on.

ary: it looks to me like bill did a lot more than write in your voice. he captured the characteristics you most value in yourself. like how humble you say you were after the olympics, not wanting to milk your fame too much, even though you did nothing but make public appearances for a living and signed on to be a sports correspondent. but it's not your fault. it's not like there was anything you could've done. triathlon coach is so old retiree work. and then there's how you say you're such a good listener. never mind you turning into a nuclear bomb when your costars on i am cait disagreed with you on who should be the next president. i can see these listening skills were applied to the l.g.b.t.q. community. you did a lot of research. like when you said there had never been an openly gay n.f.l. star.

michael sam: hey, i beg to differ!

caitlyn: shut up, michael. your fifteen minutes are over. i didn't even have my first public kiss with a guy yet. and, ary, you're wrong about me and the community. i talk about my trans friends a lot in the book.

ary: yes, everyone who was on the show with you. i can tell you are nostalgic for i am cait. you ever refer to jenifer finney boylan as your i am cait sister. not your trans sister, your i am cait sister. yes, because reality tv is what binds us all together for life. isn't that right, kim?

kim: what did you say? cait, you better not get a bigger ass than me!

cait: the show was groundbreaking. i mean, i shone the spotlight on a community in the shadows.

ary: yes, i love all those interviews you conducted with so many people who suffered. you were like a real journalist. i could feel the passion to take a bad experience and use it to make the world a better place. oh, wait, i'm thinking of leah remini's docuseries on scientology.

leah: hey, my book kicks way more ass!

ary: yes, it does, leah. yes, it does.

i can't with this woman. i know this will be a #1 bestseller. she's like that one guest at the party you have to invite so you don't appear like a dick, not because you want to. she just keeps barging into our lives with some ridiculous statement. caitlyn does try to humble herself in this book, but she only does it to the bare minimum she needs to. she isn't this deep, introspective person because she wants to, but because she knows she has to, if she wants to be liked. caitlyn, take an example from the art of the deal. if there's anything trump has taught us, being liked has nothing to do with being successful.

i know you still have your flaws. i know you are still working things out. i'm proud you can be open about them. and, i'll give it to you, the humor sprinkled in your book was kind of funny. but, please, for someone who admires janet mock's and kate bornstein's books, you could've taken the opportunities to amplify their messages in your writing. i know this is a memoir, and it is about you. it should be, of course. but, like your show, we don't learn anything new about being trans that we already got from the internet. god forbid a trans woman be your ghost writer.

this book is just an extension of her reality show because, like the rest of the kardashians, she only way she can see herself is through a camera. of the tackle spots. In my case, i have a three-node linksys velop mesh 368 wi-fi system, with an access point in the master bedroom. It's not a good ary: hi, caitlyn! glad you have a moment to sit with me and chat about your new book. congrats!

caitlyn: hi, ary. beautiful home you have. i didn't know welfare bought you nice houses like this one nowadays.

ary: oh, caitlyn. you're so funny. like when you said you endorsed ted cruz, and later stated that you believed trump could be flipped in trans issues. you broke the internet more than kim's butt!

caitlyn: that wasn't a joke.

ary: (coughs.) anyway, let's get to the book. can you tell us about it?

caitlyn: of course! i'm so proud of it! it's got more words than i could produce in one season of a reality show!

ary: can you tell us what's in it?

caitlyn: i cover a lot of time in 300 pages. it starts from when i was little boy. there's a lot of focus on the last two years, when caitlyn was introduced and got adjusted into the world. i still am!

ary: interesting. last two years? you mean the same chunk of time that was extensively covered by every major media outlet, blogger, and your own reality show i am cait?

caitlyn: exactly! it was the most turbulent yet rewarding time of my life!

ary: interesting for a book titled the secrets of my life. where are the secrets? it's not secret if cameras were on you 24/7.

caitlyn: oh, there are secrets! you see, the book has a special structure. each chapter alternates from my early years and olympic career to the more recent past. the last two years are sort of a framing device to show how i'm making a difference for the trans community, while the chapters on the past show how i came to terms with my trans identity.

ary: wonderful! that's a lot like alan cummings memoir not my father's son. he used the same structure to show how far he came from his poor, english town and how he navigated his adult life being in the closet. was this contrast a shared goal with your book?

caitlyn: not really. i had a much juicier goal. i used the present day chapters to debunk media myths that were made about me and fire back at people who talked about me in a way i didn't like. there's also a lot on how mean o.j. was.

ary: so what exactly is so unique and secretive about writing the last two years since your first diane sawyer interview?

caitlyn: you get to read about it from my point of view! i tell a lot about my versace dress.

ary: now let's go into the past a little.

caitlyn: i struggled with gender identity for a long time.

ary: go on.

caitlyn: what? that's all you need to know. i give lots of stories about how i used to crossdress and see if i could get away with it in public. i had many close calls. that's pretty wild.

ary: what about the part when you truly accepted your trans identity? did it happen, when your first wife caught you crossdressing.

caitlyn: the answer is in the book.

ary: it just says she was shocked. what happened after that?

caitlyn: moving on.

ary: what about linda? you wrote that you two went to couples therapy over the matter. what were on those sessions? that seems pretty secretive.

caitlyn: nobody cares.

ary: what about gertrude, the gender therapist you sought out. you had a special bond with her. did you tell us what was talked about in those sessions?

caitlyn: get over your obsessions with therapists. therapists aren't glamorous.

ary: but kris is. and she is pissed over what you wrote about her. what did you write that is irking her so much?

caitlyn: that she was controlling over my gender identity and didn't want me doing anything weird in public.

ary: that's kind of expected of a woman who trademarks herself as a momager. we all figured that she was also a wifeager. anything else? there has to be something. you can't possibly tell me that kris being controlling of your image is the reality behind the reality show. otherwise, that would make her public statements about your book just another pr stunt to boost sales. i can't think of why she would do that, other than maybe so you'll stop suing her for money because you aren't collecting a paycheck from your show anymore.

caitlyn: .....

ary: so i guess you could say the secret in the secrets of my life is that the media and people are getting you wrong.

caitlyn: bingo!

ary: let's talk about the most controversial quality about you. your politics. do you go into why being a republican can go hand in hand with being transgender or part of the l.g.b.t.q. community?

caitlyn: no, actually, bill bissinger, my ghost writer made me appear more liberal. i say nothing about my politics, but i talk extensively about my white privilege and how not enough light is shed on the community. that's pretty openminded.

ary: that's pretty intriguing. did that get you thinking about how the l.g.b.t.q. movement goes hand in hand with the black lives matter movement. both minorities knows what it's like to be discriminated. the stonewall riot was instigated by a trans woman. do you see parallels between that revolutionary communal act and the protests happening today?

caitlyn: hey, let's not go too far. khloe was married to a black guy, kylie was dating one, and rob almost got married to blac chyna. i'm good in that department.

ary: i guess those talks with bill didn't go so great.

caitlyn: no, but he did do a good job writing in my voice. i've struggled with reading my whole life, so bill was courteous to write the book like i would've done it, with tons of grammatical errors that make reading it hard. i tell you, i hate commas. when i write, i don't bother creating clauses in my sentences, so they run on.

ary: it looks to me like bill did a lot more than write in your voice. he captured the characteristics you most value in yourself. like how humble you say you were after the olympics, not wanting to milk your fame too much, even though you did nothing but make public appearances for a living and signed on to be a sports correspondent. but it's not your fault. it's not like there was anything you could've done. triathlon coach is so old retiree work. and then there's how you say you're such a good listener. never mind you turning into a nuclear bomb when your costars on i am cait disagreed with you on who should be the next president. i can see these listening skills were applied to the l.g.b.t.q. community. you did a lot of research. like when you said there had never been an openly gay n.f.l. star.

michael sam: hey, i beg to differ!

caitlyn: shut up, michael. your fifteen minutes are over. i didn't even have my first public kiss with a guy yet. and, ary, you're wrong about me and the community. i talk about my trans friends a lot in the book.

ary: yes, everyone who was on the show with you. i can tell you are nostalgic for i am cait. you ever refer to jenifer finney boylan as your i am cait sister. not your trans sister, your i am cait sister. yes, because reality tv is what binds us all together for life. isn't that right, kim?

kim: what did you say? cait, you better not get a bigger ass than me!

cait: the show was groundbreaking. i mean, i shone the spotlight on a community in the shadows.

ary: yes, i love all those interviews you conducted with so many people who suffered. you were like a real journalist. i could feel the passion to take a bad experience and use it to make the world a better place. oh, wait, i'm thinking of leah remini's docuseries on scientology.

leah: hey, my book kicks way more ass!

ary: yes, it does, leah. yes, it does.

i can't with this woman. i know this will be a #1 bestseller. she's like that one guest at the party you have to invite so you don't appear like a dick, not because you want to. she just keeps barging into our lives with some ridiculous statement. caitlyn does try to humble herself in this book, but she only does it to the bare minimum she needs to. she isn't this deep, introspective person because she wants to, but because she knows she has to, if she wants to be liked. caitlyn, take an example from the art of the deal. if there's anything trump has taught us, being liked has nothing to do with being successful.

i know you still have your flaws. i know you are still working things out. i'm proud you can be open about them. and, i'll give it to you, the humor sprinkled in your book was kind of funny. but, please, for someone who admires janet mock's and kate bornstein's books, you could've taken the opportunities to amplify their messages in your writing. i know this is a memoir, and it is about you. it should be, of course. but, like your show, we don't learn anything new about being trans that we already got from the internet. god forbid a trans woman be your ghost writer.

this book is just an extension of her reality show because, like the rest of the kardashians, she only way she can see herself is through a camera.
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caitlyn: hi, ary. beautiful home you have. i didn't know welfare bought you nice houses like this one nowadays.

ary: oh, caitlyn. you're so funny. like when you said you endorsed ted cruz, and later stated that you believed trump could be flipped in trans issues. you broke the internet more than kim's butt!

caitlyn: that wasn't a joke.

ary: (coughs.) anyway, let's get to the book. can you tell us about it?

caitlyn: of course! i'm so proud of it! it's got more words than i could produce in one season of a reality show!

ary: can you tell us what's in it?

caitlyn: i cover a lot of time in 300 pages. it starts from when i was little boy. there's a lot of focus on the last two years, when caitlyn was introduced and got adjusted into the world. i still am!

ary: interesting. last two years? you mean the same chunk of time that was extensively covered by every major media outlet, blogger, and your own reality show i am cait?

caitlyn: exactly! it was the most turbulent yet rewarding time of my life!

ary: interesting for a book titled the secrets of my life. where are the secrets? it's not secret if cameras were on you 24/7.

caitlyn: oh, there are secrets! you see, the book has a special structure. each chapter alternates from my early years and olympic career to the more recent past. the last two years are sort of a framing device to show how i'm making a difference for the trans community, while the chapters on the past show how i came to terms with my trans identity.

ary: wonderful! that's a lot like alan cummings memoir not my father's son. he used the same structure to show how far he came from his poor, english town and how he navigated his adult life being in the closet. was this contrast a shared goal with your book?

caitlyn: not really. i had a much juicier goal. i used the present day chapters to debunk media myths that were made about me and fire back at people who talked about me in a way i didn't like. there's also a lot on how mean o.j. was.

ary: so what exactly is so unique and secretive about writing the last two years since your first diane sawyer interview?

caitlyn: you get to read about it from my point of view! i tell a lot about my versace dress.

ary: now let's go into the past a little.

caitlyn: i struggled with gender identity for a long time.

ary: go on.

caitlyn: what? that's all you need to know. i give lots of stories about how i used to crossdress and see if i could get away with it in public. i had many close calls. that's pretty wild.

ary: what about the part when you truly accepted your trans identity? did it happen, when your first wife caught you crossdressing.

caitlyn: the answer is in the book.

ary: it just says she was shocked. what happened after that?

caitlyn: moving on.

ary: what about linda? you wrote that you two went to couples therapy over the matter. what were on those sessions? that seems pretty secretive.

caitlyn: nobody cares.

ary: what about gertrude, the gender therapist you sought out. you had a special bond with her. did you tell us what was talked about in those sessions?

caitlyn: get over your obsessions with therapists. therapists aren't glamorous.

ary: but kris is. and she is pissed over what you wrote about her. what did you write that is irking her so much?

caitlyn: that she was controlling over my gender identity and didn't want me doing anything weird in public.

ary: that's kind of expected of a woman who trademarks herself as a momager. we all figured that she was also a wifeager. anything else? there has to be something. you can't possibly tell me that kris being controlling of your image is the reality behind the reality show. otherwise, that would make her public statements about your book just another pr stunt to boost sales. i can't think of why she would do that, other than maybe so you'll stop suing her for money because you aren't collecting a paycheck from your show anymore.

caitlyn: .....

ary: so i guess you could say the secret in the secrets of my life is that the media and people are getting you wrong.

caitlyn: bingo!

ary: let's talk about the most controversial quality about you. your politics. do you go into why being a republican can go hand in hand with being transgender or part of the l.g.b.t.q. community?

caitlyn: no, actually, bill bissinger, my ghost writer made me appear more liberal. i say nothing about my politics, but i talk extensively about my white privilege and how not enough light is shed on the community. that's pretty openminded.

ary: that's pretty intriguing. did that get you thinking about how the l.g.b.t.q. movement goes hand in hand with the black lives matter movement. both minorities knows what it's like to be discriminated. the stonewall riot was instigated by a trans woman. do you see parallels between that revolutionary communal act and the protests happening today?

caitlyn: hey, let's not go too far. khloe was married to a black guy, kylie was dating one, and rob almost got married to blac chyna. i'm good in that department.

ary: i guess those talks with bill didn't go so great.

caitlyn: no, but he did do a good job writing in my voice. i've struggled with reading my whole life, so bill was courteous to write the book like i would've done it, with tons of grammatical errors that make reading it hard. i tell you, i hate commas. when i write, i don't bother creating clauses in my sentences, so they run on.

ary: it looks to me like bill did a lot more than write in your voice. he captured the characteristics you most value in yourself. like how humble you say you were after the olympics, not wanting to milk your fame too much, even though you did nothing but make public appearances for a living and signed on to be a sports correspondent. but it's not your fault. it's not like there was anything you could've done. triathlon coach is so old retiree work. and then there's how you say you're such a good listener. never mind you turning into a nuclear bomb when your costars on i am cait disagreed with you on who should be the next president. i can see these listening skills were applied to the l.g.b.t.q. community. you did a lot of research. like when you said there had never been an openly gay n.f.l. star.

michael sam: hey, i beg to differ!

caitlyn: shut up, michael. your fifteen minutes are over. i didn't even have my first public kiss with a guy yet. and, ary, you're wrong about me and the community. i talk about my trans friends a lot in the book.

ary: yes, everyone who was on the show with you. i can tell you are nostalgic for i am cait. you ever refer to jenifer finney boylan as your i am cait sister. not your trans sister, your i am cait sister. yes, because reality tv is what binds us all together for life. isn't that right, kim?

kim: what did you say? cait, you better not get a bigger ass than me!

cait: the show was groundbreaking. i mean, i shone the spotlight on a community in the shadows.

ary: yes, i love all those interviews you conducted with so many people who suffered. you were like a real journalist. i could feel the passion to take a bad experience and use it to make the world a better place. oh, wait, i'm thinking of leah remini's docuseries on scientology.

leah: hey, my book kicks way more ass!

ary: yes, it does, leah. yes, it does.

i can't with this woman. i know this will be a #1 bestseller. she's like that one guest at the party you have to invite so you don't appear like a dick, not because you want to. she just keeps barging into our lives with some ridiculous statement. caitlyn does try to humble herself in this book, but she only does it to the bare minimum she needs to. she isn't this deep, introspective person because she wants to, but because she knows she has to, if she wants to be liked. caitlyn, take an example from the art of the deal. if there's anything trump has taught us, being liked has nothing to do with being successful.

i know you still have your flaws. i know you are still working things out. i'm proud you can be open about them. and, i'll give it to you, the humor sprinkled in your book was kind of funny. but, please, for someone who admires janet mock's and kate bornstein's books, you could've taken the opportunities to amplify their messages in your writing. i know this is a memoir, and it is about you. it should be, of course. but, like your show, we don't learn anything new about being trans that we already got from the internet. god forbid a trans woman be your ghost writer.

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