Kylie Jenner Launches Anti-Bullying Campaign on Instagram, Proudly Keeps Posting Sexy Selfies

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Kylie Jenner is putting some good out into the world.

The 18-year-old reality star launched her new Instagram campaign called "#IAmMoreThan" on Monday, in which she plans to share stories of people who have taken bullying and turned it into something positive over the next six days.

"I've gotten to talk and bond with all of these people whose stories you will see on my page," Kylie wrote. "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 a part of this as well! Let's do this ❤️ #IAmMoreThan #StopBullying."

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True to her word, Kylie shared her first #IAmMoreThan post on Tuesday, focusing on 21-year-old college student Renee DuShane, who was born with Pfeiffer syndrome. Pfeiffer syndrome is a rare genetic disorder that prevents further growth of the skull and affects the shape of the head and face, and also affects bones in the hands and feet.

"Renee is so strong willed and a super intelligent girl who told me that while growing up she never had many issues with bullying," Kylie initially explained, but Renee started to get anxious about having to explain her condition to all the new people she would meet in college. After going on Tumblr and being inspired by profiles of "positive, confident people," Renee started sharing photos of herself even with her own insecurities.

"I love you Renee! She is so awesome & inspiring," Kylie gushed. "Renee taught ME that #IAmMoreThan the negative comments that I read."

Bullying is obviously a personal issue for Kylie. In June, she shared that she's been a victim of bullying since she was a child, in a series of Snapchat messages.

"I've been bullied since I've been nine. From the whole world, it feels like sometimes... and I think that I've done a really great job in handling all this," Kylie said in one of her selfie videos. "I'm not here to try and encourage people/young girls to look like me or to think this is the way they should look. I want to encourage people/young girls like me to be yourself and not be afraid to experiment with your look."

"So, this was just a little, like Snapchat, to tell whoever with their own bullies, that the only opinion that ever really matters is yours and to never change,” she added.

Kylie has also admitted to physical insecurities in the past, particularly, when it comes to her much-talked about lips. In May, she finally admitted to using lip fillers on an episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians.

"I have temporary lip fillers, it's just an insecurity of mine and it's what I wanted to do," she said. "I'm just not ready to talk to reporters about my lips yet because everyone always picks us apart."

Still, Kylie has no problem still showing a whole lot of skin to her social media followers. She shared a cleavage-baring shot of herself on Instagram on the same day she launched her #IAmMoreThan campaign, and another one showing off her butt in workout pants on Tuesday.

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Check out Kylie's super-revealing MTV VMAs after-party dress in the video below.

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