Oct 14, 2014 10:44AM

Kendall & Kylie Jenner Named Most Influential Teens Of 2014

Along With the Obamas & Malala...
It's official, we're witnessing the end of days. TIME just released a '25 Most Influential Teens of the Year' list which proves that the world's best, brightest and most proactively humanitarian citizens are given equal weight with the world's famous for being famous.
 
 
You can't award one group without mentioning the other, because in the sphere of influence, the two are inextricably linked. Woe to the republic.
 
 
Sisters, selfie addicts and dystopian YA 'authors', Kendall and Kylie Jenner have just been listed among teens of excellence, Malia and Natasha Obama and Nobel Peace Prize-winning activist Malala Yousafzai — as the most influential teens on the planet.
 
 
And there's no denying their influence — what with Kendall's modelling career and Kylie's upcoming line of hair extensions, the pair are clearly affecting the lives of young girls everywhere. What exactly what ways, only ~the future~ knows.
 
 
Despite their (many) differences, the Jenners have grown up in abnormal, public circumstances and endured the pressure that comes with that, just like the Obamas and Malala. Can we arrange to have them all put them in a room together and eavesdrop on the conversation now? Imagine.