Caitlyn Jenner Shares a Smooch With Candis Cayne, Protests Houston's Anti-LGBT Ordinance on 'I Am Cait' Season

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Caitlyn Jenner isn't holding back.

During the powerful (and very emotional!) I Am Cait season two finale Sunday night, the 66-year-old former Olympian was fearless when it came to kissing her co-star and enacting change.

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While on a ski trip with her gal pals, Ella Giselle dared Caitlyn to kiss Candis Cayne -- and they accepted! Though a little hesitant at first, Caitlyn finally went in for the kiss full-force, which appeared to be quite passionate despite her clarification that they're just "good friends."

"You're a good kisser!" Candis told Caitlyn following the smooch.

But on a much more serious note, Caitlyn and her squad's real courage was proven when they took their tour bus to Houston to "do something" about hatred towards the transgender community.

"We came to Houston to do something about this city's response to the hatred, especially of five pastors, who turned an entire Human Rights Ordinance into a lie about bathrooms," Kate Bornstein explained. "Caitlyn's idea was, 'I'll go see them and talk with them face to face.'"

Wearing stickers that read, "Houston, we have a problem!" the brave ladies attended two church services in hopes of making a statement.

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At one point, Caitlyn even called out a reverend for his "highly offensive" comments regarding the transgender community.

Here are three more must-see moments from the finale:

1. The girls weigh in on Caitlyn's political comments.

During another scene, the women got candid about politics, specifically Ted Cruz, who previously stated that supporting equal treatment to transgender students is "lunacy.” Caitlyn has made plenty of headlines for her comments in support of the Republican presidential candidate, and the girls were not afraid to challenge her reasoning, bluntly telling her, "you need to think before you speak."

Caitlyn was all ears, and the girls all agreed that having that conversation with her was a "huge step."

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2. Ella has a heartfelt conversation with her father.

While chatting over lunch, Ella confronted her dad, Peter, about their troublesome past. She shockingly revealed that she almost became emancipated from him because things were "so terrible" during the beginning of her transition.

As tears rolled down his face, he apologized and gave her a hug, saying , "Through this transition, I [have seen] my daughter blossom like a flower."

3. One last meal.

The entire squad got a little teary-eyed toward the end of the episode, where the girls all reflected on the good times they've shared while filming the docu-series' second season.

Candis couldn't stop gushing over how far Caitlyn has come since her transition.

"You're living proof that it's never too late to make a change in the world," she said. "And you're really just a sweet person on top of that."

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Caitlyn's remarks to her gal pals were just as sentimental.

"We spent a lot of time together," Caitlyn shared. "We poured our hearts out, we spoke with passion, hopefully some respect. Have I made mistakes? Yeah but that's OK, you learn from it and you move on."

"And I so appreciate your love and support, it's been overwhelming, you know we did good," she added. "I love you all."

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