Caitlyn Jenner talks up ‘working non-stop’ for transgender activism

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After Caitlyn Jenner attended a New York Gay Pride event in the Big Apple Sunday, she was overheard saying “the fight is far from over” — indicating that the Supreme Court decision making same-sex marriage nationwide, “is only the first step.”

At a party at the Dream Hotel in New York, the former Bruce Jenner and Olympic gold medalist, said she would be “working non-stop” to win equality rights for transgender Americans, plus work to ensure workplace rights for LGBT people in all 50 states.

Jenner was dressed in an all-white outfit at the event, but it was unclear whether she also attended the New York Gay Pride Parade on Sunday. Her New York appearance was one of her first publicengagements since the release of that widely-publicized cover story in Vanity Fair magazine.

While Jenner was extremely cordial to everyone at the party, she apparently did appear a bit embarrassed when several partygoers kept yelling “Caitlyn! Caitlyn!” throughout the afternoon.

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