Bruce Jenner has Kanye West to thank for making his stepdaughter Kim Kardashian West understand why the athlete decided to undergo a gender transition.

Kanye helped Kim Kardashian understand Bruce Jenner's transition

Bruce Jenner has Kanye West to thank for making his stepdaughter Kim Kardashian West understand why the athlete decided to undergo a gender transition.
The 65-year-old Olympian, who confirmed he had transitioned into a woman, recalled the conversation the ‘Bound 2′ rapper had with his wife Kim, which he says helped her come to terms with his transition, reported Female First.
“They were talking about it and (Kanye) says to Kim, ‘Look, I can be married to the most beautiful woman in the world, and I am. I can have the most beautiful little daughter in the world, and I have that. But I’m nothing if I can’t be me. If I can’t be true to myself, they don’t mean anything.’ Since then, Kimberly has been by far the most accepting, and the easiest to talk to about it,” Jenner said. 

 

Bruce Jenner has Kanye West to thank for making his stepdaughter Kim Kardashian West understand why the athlete decided to undergo a gender transition.

Kanye helped Kim Kardashian understand Bruce Jenner's transition

Bruce Jenner has Kanye West to thank for making his stepdaughter Kim Kardashian West understand why the athlete decided to undergo a gender transition.
The 65-year-old Olympian, who confirmed he had transitioned into a woman, recalled the conversation the ‘Bound 2′ rapper had with his wife Kim, which he says helped her come to terms with his transition, reported Female First.
“They were talking about it and (Kanye) says to Kim, ‘Look, I can be married to the most beautiful woman in the world, and I am. I can have the most beautiful little daughter in the world, and I have that. But I’m nothing if I can’t be me. If I can’t be true to myself, they don’t mean anything.’ Since then, Kimberly has been by far the most accepting, and the easiest to talk to about it,” Jenner said. 

 
 
 

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Bruce Jenner has been dubbed inspiring and heroic for his very public transition, but his stepdaughter Kim Kardashian has admitted that it hasn’t been easy for the family.

Jenner was the subject of rumours about his gender identity for almost 18 months before he broke his silence in an interview on Friday.
Speaking to ABC News’ Diane Sawyer, he said: “The only real true story of the family was the one that I was hiding and nobody knew it. The one thing that could make a difference to people’s lives was in my soul and I couldn’t share it.”

Kim Kardashian admits adjusting to Bruce Jenner's life as a transwoman has been 'hard'Bruce Jenner was interviewed by Diane Sawyer

He added that his step-daughter Kardashian and her husband Kanye West were a great support, adding that she had given him fashion advice.
In a preview of the Today Show, Kardashian said that the family had struggled with the change, and with the attention: “I think there is still an adjustment, and there’s family therapy, and we’re really close,” she said “I see reports that say: ‘This one doesn’t support him’ and: ‘This one’s over here, and [Kris Jenner] feels this way,’ and it’s all really so made up,” Kardashian says.

“We all really support him. Is it a hard adjustment? Yes.”
The full interview is due to air on Monday.Jenner admitted that some members of his family were struggling with the change, saying it’s “tough on all the girls, I understand that and wouldn’t rush the issue.”
Jenner’s ex-wife Kris dismissed “reports” that she didn’t support her ex-husband’s new gender identity.
@PerezHilton fuck you Perez no one asked me to comment ….and I’m sitting with Bruce now watching this show so let’s keep it real…LOL….Kris Jenner (@KrisJenner) April 25, 2015
Katie Glover, editor of transgender lifestyle magazine Frock told The Independent that families often find it hard to adjust to a “new” member, and that speculation makes it much harder for the person in question.
“Coming out as transgender and then transitioning to the opposite gender is something which very difficult to do,” she says. “Often, as soon as people come out, they lose their jobs, their homes and they are shunned by their families and friends.”
In the interview, Jenner said that Kanye West gave him inspiring advice. He said: “I can be married to the most beautiful woman in the world, and I am; I can have the most beautiful little daughter in the world, and I have that; but I’m nothing if I can’t be me, if I can’t be true to myself.”
Jenner and Kardashian mostly referred to Jenner using the male pronoun, and The Independent has followed their example.
Read more: Why speculation of Bruce Jenner’s sex change is harmfulBruce Jenner: Suicidal thoughts, rejection by family members Bruce Jenner’s real journey: From athletics to transphobic storm

 

Bruce Jenner has been dubbed inspiring and heroic for his very public transition, but his stepdaughter Kim Kardashian has admitted that it hasn’t been easy for the family.

Jenner was the subject of rumours about his gender identity for almost 18 months before he broke his silence in an interview on Friday.
Speaking to ABC News’ Diane Sawyer, he said: “The only real true story of the family was the one that I was hiding and nobody knew it. The one thing that could make a difference to people’s lives was in my soul and I couldn’t share it.”

Kim Kardashian admits adjusting to Bruce Jenner's life as a transwoman has been 'hard'Bruce Jenner was interviewed by Diane Sawyer

He added that his step-daughter Kardashian and her husband Kanye West were a great support, adding that she had given him fashion advice.
In a preview of the Today Show, Kardashian said that the family had struggled with the change, and with the attention: “I think there is still an adjustment, and there’s family therapy, and we’re really close,” she said “I see reports that say: ‘This one doesn’t support him’ and: ‘This one’s over here, and [Kris Jenner] feels this way,’ and it’s all really so made up,” Kardashian says.

“We all really support him. Is it a hard adjustment? Yes.”
The full interview is due to air on Monday.Jenner admitted that some members of his family were struggling with the change, saying it’s “tough on all the girls, I understand that and wouldn’t rush the issue.”
Jenner’s ex-wife Kris dismissed “reports” that she didn’t support her ex-husband’s new gender identity.
@PerezHilton fuck you Perez no one asked me to comment ….and I’m sitting with Bruce now watching this show so let’s keep it real…LOL….Kris Jenner (@KrisJenner) April 25, 2015
Katie Glover, editor of transgender lifestyle magazine Frock told The Independent that families often find it hard to adjust to a “new” member, and that speculation makes it much harder for the person in question.
“Coming out as transgender and then transitioning to the opposite gender is something which very difficult to do,” she says. “Often, as soon as people come out, they lose their jobs, their homes and they are shunned by their families and friends.”
In the interview, Jenner said that Kanye West gave him inspiring advice. He said: “I can be married to the most beautiful woman in the world, and I am; I can have the most beautiful little daughter in the world, and I have that; but I’m nothing if I can’t be me, if I can’t be true to myself.”
Jenner and Kardashian mostly referred to Jenner using the male pronoun, and The Independent has followed their example.
Read more: Why speculation of Bruce Jenner’s sex change is harmfulBruce Jenner: Suicidal thoughts, rejection by family members Bruce Jenner’s real journey: From athletics to transphobic storm

 

Bruce Jenner shocked everyone on Friday night when he told ABC’s Diane Sawyer, “I am a woman.” In her recent interview, Bruce’s step-daughter Kim Kardashian has now broken her silence on her dad’s gender change and called it an “adjustment” that her family has to undergo. She also revealed that the Kardashian-Jenner family has sought therapy to help them get used to the new changes.
 
Bruce’s children showed support for him on social media by writing positive messages for him and telling him how brave he was to come out as a woman. Bruce told Sawyer on the show that Kim showed maximum support to his decision of gender change. But for Kim and other members of the family, it is a big change in their lives and the family is dealing with it in their own way.
 
“I think there is still an adjustment and there’s, you know, family therapy,” Kim is quoted as saying in an exclusive interview with TODAY’s Matt Lauer, “And we’re really close. You know, I— I see reports that say, you know, ‘This one doesn’t support him,’ and, ‘This one’s over here,’ and my mom, ‘feels this way.’ And it’s all really so made up,” she added, referring to various media reports on Bruce and her mom Kris Jenner.
 
The 37-year-old reality star also said that they really support Bruce in his decision to change his gender but said the Kardashian-Jenner family will need “hard adjustment.” Kim’s full interview with Matt will air on TODAY Monday morning. On Friday evening, Kim posted several positive messages for Bruce on her Twitter account after the “Bruce Jenner: The Interview” was aired on ABC News. The reality star wrote on Twitter that “Love is the courage to live the truest, best version of yourself” and her dad has just done so, so she is a “proud daughter.”
 
Kim also called Bruce her “hero” and said she respected him; and his revelation has “opened the doors for others to be courageous and live an authentic life.” In his candid interview with Diane Sawyer, Bruce also recalled an incident when Kim accidentally saw him dress as a woman. She rushed out of the house and did not confront Bruce on it. However, Bruce said that he discussed his state of mind with his daughter and she listened to it patiently. Her rapper husband Kanye West helped Kim understand what Bruce was going through and she became more receptive of her step-dad, said Bruce during his interview.
 
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Kim Kardashian has admitted the family are receiving therapy after Bruce Jenner spoke for the first time about his transition into a woman.
In the wake of Olympic gold medalist and reality TV star Bruce’s Diane Sawyer interview where he admitted to dressing as a woman throughout all three of his marriages, daughter Kim said he revelation was a “hard adjustment” but that she supported Bruce completely.
Speaking on NBC’s Today Show, she said: “I think there’ still an adjustment and there’s, you know, family therapy.
Today Kim Kardashian admits Bruce Jenner's transition has been a 'hard adjustment' for the family
“And we’re really close. You know, I see reports that said ‘This one doesn’t support him and my mum ‘feels this way’. And it’s all really so made up.”
Bruce bravely admitted on Friday night: “Yes, for all intents and purposes, I’m a woman. I have the soul of a female and my brain in much more female than it is male, as of now I have all the male parts.”
Kim, along with sisters Khloe, Kourtney, Kendall and Kylie, and well as mum Kris, have all expressed their support through social media following Bruce’s brave interview, in which it was revealed he still wanted to be referred to by male pronouns.
Bruce also revealed Kim had been the most “accepting” of the change, saying her husband Kanye West had been instrumental in helping her to come to terms with it.
Today Kim Kardashian admits Bruce Jenner's transition has been a 'hard adjustment' for the family
In two tweets yesterday, Kim wrote of her love for Bruce and how his revelation would impact the lives of others.
She said: “Love is the courage to live the truest, best version of yourself. Bruce is love. I love you Bruce. #ProudDaughter.”

Love is the courage to live the truest, best version of yourself. Bruce is love. I love you Bruce. #ProudDaughter pic.twitter.com/7ZJ6FuMHfU
— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) April 25, 2015
Kim continued: “Your honesty has opened the doors for others to be courageous and live an authentic life! #respect #hero #family”
Jenner, 65, was supported by his family who all watched Bruce’s interview with American chatshow queen Diane Sawyer, together, and he was labelled a “hero” by those closest to him.
kyliejenner/instagram Kim Kardashian admits Bruce Jenner's transition has been a 'hard adjustment' for the family
During the show, which was aired on US network ABC, former decathlete Jenner told how he hopes he can do “some good” by speaking so openly about his desire to become a woman.
He admitted that he is “asexual” after Sawyer asked if he was a lesbian, and pulling on his hair defiantly he said: “I’m me, I’m a person. I’m not stuck in anybody’s body. Bruce Jenner has always been confused with my gender identity.”
Bruce admitted to thinking he was a girl when he was a young child, and said he would dress up in female clothes. And he confessed it was reality sensation Kim who was the first of the children who knew he was cross-dressing.
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Bruce said: “Kim walked in on me wearing womens’ clothes, she just went for a drive. Then we didn’t speak about it for ages. Kim said she didn’t think she could talk about it.”
Jenner said it was rapper Kanye West who talked Kim around to thinking that what he was doing was okay.

Bruce said: “They were talking about it. He said to Kim, ‘I can be married to the most beautiful woman in the world, I am, I could have the most beautiful daughter in the world and I do, but I’m nothing if I can’t be me, if I can’t be true to myself.’
“From Kanye, yes, since then Kimberley has been by far the most accepting.”

For Bruce though, it has been tough. He did say that at one point he was tempted to commit suicide, saying: “I thought wouldn’t the easiest thing right now … just go in the room, get a gun, boom. Pain’s over, it’s done, go to a better place, but then I thought I wanted to see how the story ends.”
But in a more upbeat frame of mind later in the interview, Bruce said: “If this is the only problem I have in life, I’ve got it made, if it’s only this then I’m okay. I’ve got my health, my family and seven grandchildren. I hope I’m going to be okay, 2015 is going to be quite a ride.”
Towards the end of the show Bruce showed Sawyer his “glam room” – a walk-in wardrobe where he had one section for womens’ clothes and the other for mens’
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He held up a short, black frock with sheer sleeves and Sawyer said he looked “really great and happy in it.”
Finishing the interview, he told Sawyer he wasn’t saying farewell to Bruce, but to how others view him.
He said: “I’m saying goodbye to people’s perceptions of me and who I am but I’m not saying goodbye to me.
“Please be open minded. Have an open mind and an open heart. I’m not this bad person, I’m just doing what I have to do.”
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