British Journalist has just established its list of the 25 most influential teenagers in the world. A ranking which combines, as seniors, persons of all stripes: actors and actresses, son and daughters, singers, activists, experts and experts in social networks etc.
Next to Yousafzai and the Jenners, actress Chloe Grace Moretz, Sasha and Malia Obama, star Nash Grier, singer Austin Mahone, Vine Vlogger and “Dancing With the Stars” participant Bethany Mota were taken on the list.
Why they first? Because together they squat red carpet, they have launched their own clothing line and nail polish, they wrote a novel, Rebels: City of Indra (which critics have described as “ridiculous, mundane, horrible” ); because they are also able to do things independently of each other: Kendall is a model, Kylie has created its line of hair extensions. Enough to be “influential”? Looks.
The choice of Time can (somewhat) understand (they are known, they are rich, they are portrayed in the media so they fulfill all the criteria that allowed the magazine to establish its list), but their presence has nevertheless what aback some users. Who have not bothered to share their misunderstanding?
“When I see names like Jenner sisters are on the list of Time’s most influential teenagers, I understand better what is wrong with this world.”