Caitlyn Jenner--formerly known as Bruce Jenner, prior to transitioning to a woman--was spotted wearing sexy knee-high black leather boots in Hollywood, on the set of her upcoming E! docuseries, I Am Cait.
Also wearing skinny jeans and a pretty red manicure, Jenner dodged raindrops with a large umbrella.
While in L.A., Caitlyn Jenner also stopped by the Los Angeles LGBT Youth Center to visit with some of the young people there.
Life has certainly been a whirlwind of activity for Caitlyn since appearing on the cover of Vanity Fair magazine earlier in June, as a woman for the first time. Shortly thereafter Caitlyn Jenner and a group of transgender girlfriends went on a road trip to Northern California. The group stopped in San Francisco at the Human Rights Campaign--the largest civil rights organization working on behalf of LGBT equality.
Caitlyn Jenner tweeted about her visit there.
Learned so much this week spending time in SF at the @HRC Human Rights Campaign. Unbelievably moving. Can’t wait to share more with you.
— Caitlyn Jenner (@Caitlyn_Jenner) June 6, 2015
Jenner hopes to empower LGBT people through her upcoming docuseries.
"So many people go through life and they've never had to deal with their own issues--no matter what those issues are," Caitlyn Jenner says in a look at an episode of I Am Cait. "Ours happen to be about gender identity, but how many people go through life and waste an entire life because they never deal with themselves? To be who they are?"
A production source says Caitlyn Jenner is currently appreciating many small freedoms never available to her before.
"The freedom to wear female clothes, to go for a coffee again and not have to hide," the source said. "Just simple things that most people never think twice about."
— Marie Claire (@marieclaire) June 12, 2015
There are no doubt many people excited to learn that production of I Am Cait is presently underway--and for reasons far deeper than getting to see Caitlyn Jenner wear sexy boots.
Caitlyn Jenner did something big when he became a she in the public eye--and there are likely bigger things to come.
Don't think so?
Ask any man or woman you know who is living in the wrong body.