Caitlyn Jenner Helps an Aspiring Nurse Go to School and 5 Other Things from Last Night’s ‘I Am Cait’

Caitlyn Jenner continued her road trip on last night’s episode of I Am Cait, exploring the many facets of her new life, with the help of her new friends, of course.

Here’s 6 things we learned: 

1. Jenner helps an aspiring nurse, Blossom Brown, go to school and (hopefully) get her an appearance on The Ellen Degeneres Show to share her story.

Jenner and her girlfriends visited a LGBT center, and were moved by Brown, a student and HRC volunteer, who spoke about being rejected from nursing school six times because she was transgender. In the end, Caitlyn was so moved she revealed she was going to help pay for her schooling, and also send clips of Brown sharing her story to Degeneres (a big fan of Degeneres, Brown spoke about how her determination inspires her to keep pursuing nursing school).

Chandi Moore, trans health advocate, noted, “Cait, she has the biggest heart and she wants to help everyone. But she can’t save the world. She has to work on one person at a time.”

2. Still unsure of her sexuality, Caitlyn admits she won’t be dating until she has the “right parts” (referring to sex reassignment surgery).

As we previously saw in sneak peaks for the episode, Jenner, who has never been with a man, wasn’t sure if she was more attracted to men or women and ultimately said, “I got bigger things than an orgasm to worry about.” She does reveal, “You would feel more feminine if you’re with a guy. I appreciate the male form.”

3. Caitlyn worries about returning home to Los Angeles after her trip up North and at a villa in Sonoma.

She explained, “I’ve been comfortable by myself my entire life. But on this trip, I’ve been not in my house, I’ve been out feeling extraordinarily comfortable being myself. And to be honest with you, it’s scary. Because I’m already thinking, ‘I don’t want to go back [home].”

Jenner also reveals how hard it is to live in LA, given the constant presence of the paparazzi.

I am really enjoying the peace and quiet up here. It is so nice to be free. In L.A. I have the media coming after me, and there is no privacy… And, you know, I get it. I’m doing this very publicly, so I can understand that. But it also can drive you crazy.

4. Caitlyn faces her fears of wearing a bathing suit comfortably, and she rocks it.

“Putting on that bathing suit represents a lot to me,” she explained during her personal interview, noting, “[It’s] kind of scary because you’re exposing yourself.”

When she finally does it, she says, “Okay, I did it. I got the bathing suit on. It was nerve racking, but it felt very free.”

5. Longtime friend Ronda Kamihara (and ex Kris Jenner’s former assistant) confesses she misses her friendship with Caitlyn now that her public life is heavily in the spotlight. She reveals she had kept Caitlyn’s gender identity a secret for years and took her to doctor’s appointments, and now she feels more like an assistant than a confidante.

One of Jenner’s newest friends, LGBT activist Jenny Boylan, speaks with Caitlyn and says she’s maybe in the midst of what she calls the “pink cloud.”

[It’s] this place of euphoria and happiness. And that’s good. But it also means that you can be a little blind to things over than yourself… I’m just afraid that you’re kind of in the midst of this whirlwind, and you’re forgetting some of the people that you love.

In the end, Caitlyn and Ronda sit down and have a heart-to-heart.

6. Caitlyn starts to worry less about her voice.

I really love these girls, and we’re going to be friends forever, and I learned so much from them. I have realized that my voice is like the last thing to worry about. It’s about the words that come out, and the importance of those words — not about the pitch.

The road trip ends, and the ladies return home.