Feminism and fashion? Yes, please! This 20 year old has been living the dream since she was 12, having been on Hollywood as an actress and a fashion blogger. Since then, she used her platform to create content that strives to inspire and motivate positivity to her fellow teens.
If you're a huge fan of the Hunger Games movies, you would know this 17-year-old as Rue. But beyond her characters on screen, the young actress has been very vocal on issues such as cultural appropriation and racism both in and outside of the industry. She has been continuously calling for people's support, especially the youth, to be more active in issues involving equality, making powerful statements on police brutality and the Black Lives Matter movement.
From her roles in young adult book-to-film adaptations such as Fault In Our Stars and Divergent, Shailene Woodley has also proven that she can take on bigger causes and initiatives beyond her teen heroine roles. The Divergent star has been very vocal about political and social issues, even joining protests against the North Dakota pipeline project in support of the Native American legacy which the land stands for, leading to her arrest and overnight jail time. Still, the actress stood firm on her convictions even after the release, using her fame as a platform to voice out her advocacies.
The 16-year-old YouTube personality, born a boy, has been living as a girl since she was 5 years old. Known as one of the youngest people in the public eye to identify as a transgender, Jazz used her platform to advocate for LGBTQ rights, and inspire her audience to embrace their 'real selves' more. She and her family have also been very active in providing support for children and families who are dealing with 'transitioning' and gender dysphoria.