I've said it before and I will say it again; Individuality is a very difficult subject to cover because by the very nature of individuality it is hard to tell other people how to achieve it. I mean, how can one be individual if one is to follow someone else's advice? I'm a great advocate of finding what Aristotle called the golden meaning in life - in other words, to find the happy medium. In terms of individuality, it must be executed in exactly the right way. Too little individuality and you become a victim and a slave to things like trends, too much individuality and you might be seen as a bit of an eccentric oddball. But despite your beliefs, exceptions can be made. Many people will see her as an eccentric oddball but me, I think it is just fantastic. Go be as much as an oddball as you bloody like, just be yourself.
Caitlyn Jenner, formerly Bruce Jenner, took the internet by storm yesterday with her stunning 22 page feature in this months Vanity Fair. And what a coming out it was. I'm begging to get jealous of all these amazing coming out stories. *Runs back into the closet* In the gorgeous cover photo that dominated the web and social media, Caitlyn donned a chic, creamy corset, which helped her put her curves on full display. And that was only the beginning...
Shot by the legendary Annie Leibovitz, this story is inspirational. I wonder how many times Bruce sang Shania Twain's "Man, I feel like a woman" while he was growing up because I have actually lost count. There is no doubt that Caitlyn Jenner is well on her way to changing the face of gender dysmorphia. I honestly can't wait to see what else she has hiding in that wardrobe of her's, apart from Kris Jenner.