Bruce Jenner needs help more than anything else.
Caitlyn Jenner tearfully thanked her family while accepting the Arthur Ashe Courage Award on Wednesday at the ESPYs in Los Angeles.
The 65-year-old honoree made her first major public appearance at the awards show since announcing her transitioning to a woman during an April tell-all interview with Diane Sawyer.
Caitlyn got tearful toward the end of her 10-minute acceptance speech in which she gave a heartfelt appeal on behalf of trans youth.
‘Trans people deserve something vital,’ she said. ‘They deserve your respect.’
Her speech was preceded by a 15-minute video detailing her journey and featuring interviews with her mother Esther and model daughter Kendall that was narrated by Mad Men star Jon Hamm.
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