Caitlyn Jenner says being with a man would make her feel more feminine

2015-08-03 13:16

Los Angeles  - Caitlyn Jenner "appreciates the male form".

The 65-year-old reality star has revealed she has been struggling with her femininity and suggested dating a man could help her feel more lady-like.

In a teaser for the next episode of I Am Cait, she confessed: "You would feel more feminine if you were with a guy.

"I can appreciate the male form."

Earlier this year, Caitlyn - then known as Bruce - said she had never been romantically involved with men and would continue to date women.

Speaking in her sit-down interview with Diane Sawyer, she said: "I am, as far as I know, heterosexual.

"As far as I know, I've never been with a guy. I've always been married, raising kids."

Meanwhile, the former Olympian is believed to have grown close to transgender actress Candis Cayne in recent months and described her as "beautiful" in the latest I Am Cait episode, amid rumours the pair have started dating.

While planning a road trip to San Francisco, Caitlyn's pal Ronda Kamihira teased she would need a "sexy" outfit for the blonde beauty, to which Ronda's daughters questioned who the mysterious woman was.

Blushing, she replied: "We're not going there.

"[She's] a girl that's going on the trip with us."

When pressed if she finds her attractive, she admitted: "She's a very attractive lady."

However, later on in the episode the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star insisted she was unsure about her feelings towards Candis.

She added: "These girls won't give up. Candis is a beautiful woman, but as far as far as dating in the future, I have absolutely no idea."

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