Caitlyn Jenner Partners with MAC for Finally Free

by Kristen Heinzinger


Caitlyn Jenner and MAC are in business! They’ve launched a rose-colored lipstick, called Finally Free, which caters to “All Ages, All Races, and All Sexes.” All proceeds will benefit the MAC AIDS Fund Transgender Initiative, which helps improve transgender communities countrywide. The I Am Cait star hinted she had something up her sleeve yesterday on Twitter: “Some days I just gotta say…I love that I’m finally free to be me. #TransIsBeautiful” following up today with, “Oh, and another thing. I’m excited that I’m finally free to talk about my next adventure… #staytuned.” The 66-year-old has been a champion of the transgender community ever since her revealing Vanity Fair cover last year, which won an FMA for Scoop of the Year. Last year, Jenner nabbed an award herself, the ESPY Arthur Ashe Courage Award. We’ll be keeping an eye on her Twitter—this surely isn’t the last collab we’ll be seeing.

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Liliyanna February 27, 2016 - 6:36 AM

Caitlyn is not a champion of the trans community Carolen Crowley is a champ she help start the move ment in the 80’s when Bruce was Bruce . I’m TRANS and will say in order to represent me you have to have lived in the real world with the rest of us.

Emma February 28, 2016 - 12:59 PM

Yeah, & deadnaming Caitlyn is really nice of you! As a trans person you may not support her, but you should at least know what a no no that is! If we can’t at least show respect to each other, how can we expect the wider community to show it?


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