Tell me more, tell me more!
On Tuesday, Caitlyn Jenner spoke at the 2016 Makers Conference, opening up about feeling excluded from “girls nights” when she was pre-transition. She admitted that she always wanted an invite, but for obvious reasons she never got the go-ahead.
“You have no idea. My entire life when they said, ‘Girls’ Night,’ they would say, ‘Outta the room, you’re gone.’ I would always go, ‘I can’t believe they kicked me out.”‘
That’s why Cait took matters into her own hands and made….wait for it…her OWN girls night!
“So, two years ago, I started Girls’ Nights. I started with my daughter-in-law [Leah Jenner], a couple close friends. Nobody knew. We had it at my house. We used to have themes, dress-up parties, all that kind of stuff. They were really great. The group started growing.”
They even established an initiation ceremony!
“I made them for Christmas a little over a year ago… Little Girls’ Nights bracelets and you had to be voted in. It was fabulous! You had to be voted in to get a bracelet and then you were officially in the Girls’ Night!”
Sounds a little mean girls-y, but hey at that point she had to keep her transition under wraps. Now that she’s out, maybe she’ll let some more ladies into her squad!