Caitlyn Jenner says she'd like to 'have a guy treat me like a woman' BY Peter Sblendorio NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Thursday, August 27, 2015, 1:12 PM Can't embed the fuckin' thing http://www.eonline.com/shows/i_am_cait/videos/239729/caitlyn-jenner-struggles-with-feeling-normal Caitlyn Jenner wants to find a man who treats her like a “normal woman.” The reality star makes this ground-breaking revelation to her friend, Jenny Boylan, in a new sneak peek for Sunday’s episode of the E! docuseries “I Am Cait.” "It would be very attractive to me to have a guy treat me like a woman," Jenner said. When Boylan asked her what she meant, Jenner replied that she would like to “be treated like a normal woman." Boylan took offense to this, reassuring Jenner that she doesn’t need a guy to give her “self-worth.” “You are a normal woman, right now, today,” Boylan said. “A man is not ... You don't need a man to make you a woman. Now that you're in the sisterhood, you have gone to such trouble to be a woman,” she continued. “Don't be a stupid one. Be a smart one." Jenner also revealed a bit of her personal life on Wednesday, when she said in a blog post that she stores her Olympic gold medal — her “prized possession” — in the bottom drawer of her bathroom dresser. "I never wanted my kids to feel like they had to have a gold medal in order to be considered a success," Jenner said. "I didn't want them to constantly compare their own achievements to my time in the Olympics, so I haven't displayed my medal." The 65-year-old TV personality, who won the men's Decathlon at the 1976 Summer Games in Montreal, showed the hallowed medal to her 3.9 million Instagram followers with a video on Wednesday. Want to see where I keep my most-prized possession? Link in bio. #AskCait A video posted by Caitlyn Jenner (@caitlynjenner) on Aug 26, 2015 at 2:45pm PDT "I'm very proud of this," she said. "That was a great time in my life." But, she added, "To be honest with you, it's an even greater time in my life right now, and what I'm trying to accomplish with this." Jenner earned the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the 2015 ESPYs in July. ESPN executive producer Maura Mandt said Jenner showed the courage "to embark on a journey that may not only give comfort to those facing similar circumstances, but can also help to educate people on the challenges that the transgender community faces."