Kylie Jenner Wakes Up Every Morning Terrified Of The Internet

Photo: Steven Klein/Interview.
We're willing to bet that Kylie Jenner's Steven Klein-lensed shoot for the December/January issue of Interview will raise many an eyebrow. That's mostly owing to some racy bondage gear, highly suggestive poses, and a questionable image which finds the reality star sitting in a wheelchair. Look beyond the provocative photos, though, and you'll discover an interview that sheds new light on the 18-year-old.

Though she appears to be a social media queen and a beauty chameleon, and recently became the creator of her very own Lip Kit, Jenner insists that, deep down, she's none of those things. They are just part of her public persona.

"There is absolutely a side of me that people don’t know," she shares in the magazine. "I’m not myself on Snapchat or Instagram. That’s totally not me. I’m way flashier on Instagram and Snapchat, because I feel like that’s what people want to see and that’s what I’ve always done, so I’m not going to stop. People want to see my cars and my purses. People love fashion. But that’s so not me.

"I would probably just never dress up," she adds when asked about her true preferences. "I would never wear makeup, because I honestly hate wearing makeup. Lately, I’ve just been so over it. I feel like I’m way too young to wear such heavy makeup all the time. It’s just bad for your skin, but I’m always doing photo shoots or red carpets and events, so I just obviously want to look good. And I don’t know, I like hiking. I used to do a lot of hiking when I wasn’t as busy. I had a lot of anxiety when I was younger, so I would just run to this hill path in the back of my mom’s house and listen to Jack Johnson. I would listen to Jack Johnson and stare at the sky until my anxiety went away. When I was 16, I was always outside. We always watched the sunset, the group that I was friends with."

Who knew? She also reveals her pretty simple plans for adulthood.

"When I’m, like, 30, I want to go off the map, have a family, and live in Malibu with a farm, and just raise my own chickens," Jenner admits. "My next goal for 2016 is to learn how to garden."

Is the world ready for Farmer Kylie? We kinda dig it. In the meantime, click through for more images from the shoot everyone will soon be talking about, plus quotes from Jenner on her anxiety and experience being bullied.
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Photo: Steven Klein/Interview.
On Anxiety:
"I wake up every morning with the worst anxiety. I don’t know why. I have, like, a problem. I wake up every morning at, like, 7 or 8 because I think that there’s a bad story about me, and I have to check. My worst fear is waking up and finding something bad about me on the internet."
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Photo: Steven Klein/Interview.
On Being Bullied:
"I feel like if I came out and just told my story about bullying, people wouldn’t have sympathy — and I’m totally okay with that, because people don’t need to understand; they just think I’m not a normal person and live this magical life. But I wanted to give other people who have been bullied, and who overcame it to do something amazing, the opportunity to use my platform to bring awareness, to inspire people.

"Pretty much ever since I was 9, since the show started, there’s been so much bullying towards me. Like, every single day I see something negative about me. And it’s just completely torn me apart. I feel like I’ve lost so many amazing traits because I’ve listened to stupid people, ignorant people who are bullies.

"[They were] just friends growing up. We were all young, and I always felt like people weren’t friends with me for the right reasons, and they would be like, 'You know everyone is just friends with you because you’re famous,' or just weird stuff. I had a lot of friend issues throughout the years. That took a toll, and now I have two really great best friends that are the only people I hang out with. I keep a close circle. But it doesn’t affect me anymore; I’m totally fine with it. It’s just when you’re young, like 9, 10. It’s just confusing and you don’t know why people are saying mean things about you."
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Photo: Steven Klein/Interview.
On Fame:
"I feel like I’m going to look back and be like, 'Damn, I wish I could’ve just been a kid and done normal teenage stuff that my friends get to do.' But it also is a blessing, and I’ve done so many things that most 35-year-old women still haven’t done. You can look at anything glass-half-full or whatever. Like, yesterday I realized that I’m 18, I’m a female, and I have accomplished so much. I live in a beautiful home and I work really hard, so I’m just grateful."