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Recently, the geniuses behind YouTube’s commercials (finally) accomplished us a favor and halted those annoyingly mouth-watering Olive Garden and Chili’s advertisements, then replaced them with a lot of Neutrogena and other face cleanser ads. I don’t know about you, but I loathe most ads. Generally, their contents are utterly inessential. The “With Dad” Super Bowl commercial and “Slap Her” were awesome, but I can continue my life not listening to every single song I hate mashed up, thank you very much. Thankfully, alongside those, some meaningful stories show up.
Clean & Clear released the campaign “See The Real Me” to introduce their new faces, all absolutely invincible girls and women. One that caught my attention the most was of Jazz Jennings, a transgender teen of fourteen. It was the first time ever that the transgender community received the proper and official representation that they deserve, and the fact that their representative is a teenager immediately restored my faith in this generation.[embedplusvideo height=”339″ width=”550″ editlink=”http://bit.ly/1CNCH15″ standard=”http://www.youtube.com/v/vyNZXQ136oI?fs=1&vq=hd720″ vars=”ytid=vyNZXQ136oI&width=550&height=339&start=&stop=&rs=w&hd=1&autoplay=0&react=1&chapters=¬es=” id=”ep5039″ /]
The smiley-eyed, tan brunette with a bright smile gives us a brief glimpse of her experience in the video: Born into this world as a boy, suffered from gender dysphoria, being called an “it,” but soon became an inspiration for so many people. Curious, I researched about her and discovered some interesting facts. Take a look!
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