It's been an interesting few weeks for Kylie Jenner.
It all began last month when Kylie turned 18.
Thus, far she's wasted no time crossing items off her Legal Adult Bucket List.
No, she hasn't voted or joined the military, but she did get a tattoo (if you can call a microscopic red dot a tattoo) and go public with her relationship with Tyga (by making out with the 25-year-old rapper in his latest video).
But being a member of the Kardashian-Jenner clan is like being a fraternity:
You can't just party 'round-the-clock, or you'll get kicked off campus like Rob or Scott Disick.
No, you have to put in time to do some good for the community and show people that you actually have a heart. That's why Kim drags Kanye to the occasional charity event.
Fortunately, Kylie chose a cause with which she has plenty of firsthand experience. No, she's not organizing a fundraiser for people who got caught lying about lip injections.
Instead, she's working to raise awareness of bullying and the effect that it can have on the lives of its victims.
Kylie launched the campaign by posting the following message in her Instagram page last night:
"For the next six days, I will be sharing stories of 6 incredible people who have become heroes in their own way by taking #bullying and turning it into something positive.
I’ve gotten to talk and bond with all of these people whose stories you will see on my page. I think you will all fall in love with them just like I did.
I want to encourage you, my fans, to share something positive about yourselves. I'll be reading as much as I can so that some of you can be apart of this as well! Let's do this."
We crack the occasional joke at the Kard clan's expense around here, but in all seriousness, it's cool to see Kylie taking up such an important cause, particularly considering the amount of influence she has over millions of teens.
We'll keep you updated on the stories and insights that she shares on her page.