Caitlyn Jenner feels like she's "constantly on eggshells" when talking about being a trans woman, and admitted even she has found it "tough" to know what to say without offending some members of the LGBTQI+ community.
The reality TV star - who was known as Bruce Jenner before transitioning into life as a woman in 2015 - admitted she worries about whether she will say something to offend some members of the LGBTQI+ community.
Appearing as a guest panellist on ITV's 'Loose Women' on Thursday, she said: "I said something that it was important to me that personally, I didn't want to look like a man in a dress.
"If I was going to do this, I think like everybody you want to be able to do a good enough job that at least you're passable. It just blew up, like, 'Oh my god, what about the ones out there that want to look like a man in a dress?' I'm constantly on eggshells.
"I mean, I've learned a lot. They have this thing called the internet. It's kind of frightening because everything you do is scrutinised by a lot of people, and it gives even the smallest majority in any community a big voice. The media's looking for that, they're looking for controversy."