Caitlyn Jenner
Pictured: Caitlyn Jenner attending the Face Forward’s 10th Annual ‘La Dolce Vita’ Themed Gala at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills, California on Sept. 22, 2018. Doherty/Getty Images

As the founder of an organization that seeks to promote gender equality and combat discrimination in the workplace, Caitlyn Jenner is once again spreading the word about the LGBTQ community and she’s doing so by educating doctors about trans people.

In celebration of pride month, Jenner recently did an interview with GIBLIB, a medical education streaming service for doctors. Since the full interview is available only on the medical platform, Caitlyn shared a snippet on her Instagram account for her followers to see.

“Medical care for trans people is really one of the number one issues out there … Doctors have to realize that this is not a sexual issue. Being trans is about identity. [It’s] about who you are in your soul,” the former Olympian said in the excerpt.

Jenner also revealed in the clip that the LGBTQ community has the highest suicide rate, with 51 percent of those who are below 21 attempting suicide. She then quips that she wants to change this and see more trans doctors, trans lawyers and trans businesspeople, knowing that there are so many smart LGBTQ members.

In her caption, Jenner revealed that she’s proud to be part of GIBLIB’s transgender-focused series. “I am proud to be part of and support GIBLIB”s effort to educate doctors worldwide on how to best care for transgender patients from mental health topics to the final surgery,” she wrote.

The “I Am Cait” star is no stranger to spreading awareness about trans people and the LGBTQ community as a whole. She founded The Caitlyn Jenner Foundation, which seeks to promote equality for all and stop the discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer people.

Jenner’s partner, Sophia Hutchins, who is also trans, serves as the executive director of the foundation. Together, the two of them have been exerting a lot of effort in inspiring other members to bravely come out and fight for their rights.

Late last month, Kendall Jenner’s father also spoke about the portrayals of mental health problems in film and on TV shows when she served as one of the panelists for the presentation of a new study by USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and The David and Lura Lovell Foundation.

According to the research, there is a lack of representation for the LGBTQ community members who struggle with mental health issues in mainstream media even though a huge number of LGBTQ members are battling mental conditions in real life.