Kendall Jenner Took A Major Step Against Cyberbullying In New Magazine Cover

Kendall Jenner might have one of the most famous faces on the internet, but that doesn't mean she wakes up in a cloud of self-confidence every morning.

In fact, being a key player in the Kardashian-Jenner media saga means cameras on you at all times. It means enduring insults from strangers and growing a thick skin instead of crying every time somebody insinuates you're not a real supermodel.

Cyberbullying sucks, whether you're 20 years old or 10.

If you like that picture or you feel good in that outfit, [fuck] it.

Jenner doesn't often come out in support of causes, but she's changing her tune.

In the newest issue of Garage magazine, both Jenner and Willow Smith back the organization Be Cool Be Nice (BCBN).

Launched by songwriter Gerry DeVeaux, BCBN aims to teach victims how to beat their bullies online. The effort is already backed by the fashion world, including models like Emily Ratajkowski and makeup artist Pat McGrath.

So, how does a superstar model keep her cool online?

Jenner explained,

Best advice I have is to realize just that, everyone's always going to be saying something and if you concern yourself with that, you're in for a giant headache. What matters is how you feel. If you like that picture or you feel good in that outfit, [fuck] it. Gaining perspective does wonders.

Want to try out Jenner's positive attitude for yourself? Her Garage magazine edition comes with its own Snapchat filter. Hust scan the Snapchat logo with your phone, and you'll have access to a secret BCBN devil-angel filter.

They have Millennials pegged because we'll do almost anything for a really good Snapchat filter. And while you're thinking about being kind online, follow Kendall's go-to advice for being a nice person.

She said,

I aim to treat others as I want to be treated.

Hm, I think I've heard that somewhere else. Still, it's a great credo.