Caitlyn Jenner is still out there promoting her new book, The Secrets of My Life -- she's doing interviews, she's making statements, she's getting intimate.
And the Kardashians are still not cool with it.
But although Caitlyn's former family has made it clear that they don't approve of all of her stories, she's not about to stop anytime soon.
In fact, she may have just given her shadiest interview yet!
She spoke with Australia's Today show, and she seemed to respond to the statement Kim Kardashian made during her appearance on Ellen -- the one where she said that she doesn't respect Caitlyn right now.
"I love Kimberly," Caitlyn began, "I think she's a wonderful person. But, well, to be honest with you, I really haven't talked to her in a long time."
For what it's worth, Kim said it had been a couple of weeks since she'd spoken to her, so either someone is fibbing or Caitlyn doesn't have a strong grasp on the concept of time.
"I've kind of let everything calm down," Caitlyn continued. "So I kind of stay, you know, I keep my distance."
"I'm out there trying to make a difference in the world."
Get it, because the Kardashians don't make a difference? They just take selfies and manufacture drama and then take more selfies?
Yeah, you get it.
Caitlyn said that while "There's a lot of drama in the Kardashian family," and no kidding, "This is my book about my opinions on things that happened with me and my family."
"Any time I express my opinion, you know, with my family, there's always challenges in doing that."
She definitely has a point -- she's allowed to tell her story, and it's obviously very important to her that she does -- but she could still manage to show a little more tact when it comes to her stepchildren.
She could perhaps even stand to be a little kinder to her wife of 23 years, Kris Jenner -- but as we see in another interview Caitlyn did, this one with The Talk, she's not interested in doing that, either.
When asked if she regretted anything she wrote about Kris in her book, she said "I regret nothing, OK? I have no regrets. I got over regrets a long time ago.
"I don't want to hurt anybody, especially family members," she went on, "but, um ... if you saw the show over the last ten years, eleven years or whatever, my opinion was never really brought forward."
"It was everybody else's opinion, I was with a lot of very strong women, which is fine, I love them all, but this book is about my story."
Caitlyn said that she was "so nice to Kris" in the book, but that obviously they have different interpretations of what happened in their marriage.
"We're not talking as much as we used to, but I'm sure that'll change when everything calms down," she added, and she said the same thing for the Kardashians.
For everyone's sake, we hope that's the case.