Aside from a widely circulated magazine cover and the certain-to-be highly rated reality show “I Am Cait,” Caitlyn Jenner may have two more major opportunities on the horizon to discuss her story and the trans experience. It’s been reported that she recently signed as a speaker with CAA, a talents and sports agency, to create a platform to raise awareness and activism for trans causes.
And even though she deliberately chose not to spell her name with a “K,” she may be following in the Kardashians’ five-inch-heeled footsteps (or, at least, rival her daughter’s modeling career). There are rumblings that she will soon sign with MAC Cosmetics to head up their Viva Glam campaign, which promotes a charitable line of lipstick and lip gloss, all proceeds of which go to benefit the MAC AIDS Fund. If she signed on, Caitlyn would join the ranks of Lady Gaga, Nicki Minaj, RuPaul, Elton John and others as the face for Viva Glam.
Caitlyn Jenner made her debut to the world on Monday on the cover Vanity Fair. Upon the reveal of her new identity, she quickly broke the internet, amassing followers on Twitter quicker than Barack Obama did. And the first teaser for her eight-part docuseries on E! treated us to an intimate view of her daily life. When she was known to the world as Bruce, Caitlyn Jenner was the most underrated character on Keeping Up With The Kardashians. Oh, how the tables have turned.