Jenner, 67, formerly Olympic Decathlete Bruce Jenner, came out as transgender in April 2015 well after she had begun exhibiting growing signs of feminization.
IM reported that Caitlyn didn’t necessarily feel gay, although she deeply identified as female for most of her life.
She said at the time, she still planned to date women and would eventually undergo transgender surgery to create a vagina. But she said sex wasn’t a priority and called herself “asexual.”
Since then, she’s continued the transition, marked by a change in feelings about her penis and dating, although she still seems baffled by it all.
“Of the most important things in my life, sex is beyond the bottom; it has been that way for a long time,” she writes in her tell all book, excerpted by radaronline.
“A future female companion? Yes, I do think about that. A future female sex companion? Not happening, at least for now, and perhaps not ever.”
So what about sex with a man? It remains a distinct possibility.
“Maybe removing the last physical appendage of my maleness… will make me feel differently,” she writes.
“There’s two different things here,” she explained. “Sexuality is who you personally are attracted to – who turns you on – male or female.”
“But gender identity has to do with who you are as a person and your soul, and who you identify with inside, OK?” she added.
Her surgery was reportedly performed successfully this passed January. “I feel not only wonderful but liberated,” she writes in “The Secrets of My Life.”
As for her penis, well, it had lost all meaning for her.
” [It] has no special gifts or use for me other than what I have said before, the ability to take a whiz in the woods. I just want to have all the right parts. I am also tired of tucking the damn thing in all the time,” she said.
Caitlyn has vowed never to discuss the subject again outside of the book.
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