By now, everybody's heard of the Kardashians. A reality TV family equivalent to marmite. You either love them or absolutely hate them.
But, man, that's a huge family. To make it clear who is who, Kylie and Kendall are Caitlyn's daugters, while Kris is her ex-wife.
It seems that Kardashians are always in the news. This time Caitlyn Jenner's in the spotlight with her incredible #10YearChallenge Instagram post.
Say what you want, but Caitlyn must be the most, if not the only, inspirational person in the Kardashian clan. At 65, when most would say it's a waste of money, Caitlyn went ahead with sex reassignment surgery to live the rest of her life being who she really is.
She's also an accomplished Olympics athlete. She has her own show. She fights for transsexual community rights. And she has even started the Caitlyn Jenner Foundation to support the transsexual community. Case in point.
To quote Evening Standard, "Social media has got pretty strange this year."After just two weeks we've already seen a stock image of an egg beat Kylie Jenner's photo of Stormi in the race for the new world record for most-liked Instagram photo of all time. We also watched people run around blindfolded once Bird Box was released.
This new viral challenge, called the #10YearChallenge, asks people to post a recent picture of themselves next to one from 10 years ago.
The challenge has several different names.
What's the point of it?To encourage self-love and show the world how in ten years you haven't aged a bit.
Some took the challenge seriously, while others added some humor to it.
Or Jameela Jamil who simply doubled one of her photos.
Miley Cyrus shared a sweet and goofy throwback photo of her and Liam in 2009.
But the most remarkable was Caitlyn Jenner's post.
She only revealed her identity as a trans woman in an April 2015 interview with Vanity Fair.The magazine also included Caitlyn's first pictures as a woman, which had been taken by photographer Annie Leibovtiz.
During the interview Caitlyn shared she finally felt free.
However, Belfast Telegraph reports that her sex reassignment surgery was only completed in 2017.Caitlyn released a memoir the same year, The Secrets Of My Life, in which she wrote that her procedure "was a success, and [she feels] not only wonderful but liberated."
Back when she was still known as Bruce, she was a decathlete and had won the gold medal at the 1976 Olympics.Daily Mail, Caitlyn lives in her Malibu mansion with her girlfriend and fellow transsexual Sophia Hutchins.
She used to star in Keeping Up With the Kardashians.
Caitlyn has also recently donated $50,000 to four LGBT+ charities in Arizona, Pink News reports.
Caitlyn Jenner donating thousands of dollars to a local non-profit today that works with at risk LGBTQ youth. Her f… https://t.co/ncIE20gjHc— Danielle Miller FOX10 (@Danielle Miller FOX10)1541200838.0