Judge the Jenner girls all you want for their nipple selfies or butt Snapchats or whatever combination of skin and tech sums up their brand of self-promotion, but — credit where credit's due — one of them is using her nationally recognized beauty to get young people to the polls.
In a short clip by the Independent Journal Review and Rock The Vote, Kendall Jenner poses in three different looks highlighting major turning points in history for young voters.
First up, Kenny models a flower child ensemble a la 1971 in honor of the 26th Amendment. The constitutional change gave 18-year-olds the right to vote.
The 20-year-old grunges it up and slaps on a pair of Vans just in time for the change of tide in 1992 that saw an increase in candidates appearing on programs like MTV and, as a result, an increase in the young voter turnout at elections.
Over 20 million young voters cast the deciding votes in both the 2008 and the 2012 presidential elections, a stat Kendall stands behind proudly in a suit none of us own or probably wear but would like to, someday.
Point is, if you want to be hot and cool like Kendall Jenner, be smart first and vote for the next president of the United States. It doesn't matter whom you vote for (actually, it VERY much does, but I'm not here to preach), just vote.
It's an amazing right to have, no matter how broken the system.