Then, in addition to the launch of this campaign, USA Today reported that she will be starring in an 11-part TLC reality TV series with the working title of All That Jazz.
Jennings, who was assigned male at birth and began identifying as female shortly thereafter, has devoted her life to bring awareness to the transgender community. In fact, she was named one of Time magazine's 25 most influential teens in 2014, after appearing on countless talk shows, co-authoring a children's book about being trans, and speaking openly about being trans on her YouTube channel.
Her Clean & Clear video (below) gives us an intimate look into her daily life: "I've always known who I am. I was a girl trapped in a boy's body. Growing up has been quite a struggle being transgender — especially in middle school ... sometimes, I've even been called an 'it.'
"The real me is happy and proud to be who I am," she says. "And I'm just having fun being one of the girls."