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At age 14, transgender activist Jazz Jennings is already an incredible role model for kids—and adults—everywhere. So far, she’s co-authored a semi-autobiographical children’s book, been named one of Time’s Most Influential Teens of 2014, and landed her own show on TLC that will air this summer.

Most recently, though, she was named one of the newest faces of Clean & Clear, the skincare brand owned by personal care behemoth Johnson & Johnson. As part of Clean & Clear’s #SeeTheRealMe campaign, Jennings shares her personal journey in a new ad, landing J&J on a growing list of companies sending a message of support for transgender people in the process.

"I've always known exactly who I am," she says in the video. "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.'"

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But according to Jennings, she isn't letting that stop her. “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.”

Jennings told The Huffington Post that she’s thrilled to be part of the campaign. “It's really amazing, as it helps many teen girls who are struggling,” she said. “It helps them to find themselves and be true to who they are.”

Jennings was assigned male at birth but began living as a girl at age 5. Ever since being featured in a 2007 interview with Barbara Walters, she's focused on fighting for transgender visibility.

While she is in every sense of the word, a special teenager the message behind Jennings' latest move is universal: being yourself is always beautiful.

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