With the world's recent introduction to Caitlyn Jenner via this month's issue of Vanity Fair, other transgender men and women have decided to follow suit, creating and sharing their own magazine covers on Twitter with the hashtag #MyVanityFairCover.

It started when trans roommates Crystal Frasier and Jenn Dolari first asked Twitter, "Where's my Vanity Fair cover?" before posting similar, equally liberating magazine covers, like Caitlyn's. Frasier was inspired by Jenner's message of self-acceptance, titling her own cover "Call Me Crystal" and encouraging others to do the same. When the trend went viral, Frasier and Dolari decided to create a Tumblr blog as another forum for trans individuals to proudly post their images.

"I've felt frustrated and useless and overwhelmed by opinions on transgender women and how we're ‘supposed’ to look if we want to be taken seriously," Frasier wrote in a Tumblr post. "Not all of us adhere to those standards."

Not only is Jenner furthering the conversation on transgender rights in the United States, she is helping many begin to accept themselves for the first time. To this day, the life of a transgender individual is far from easy, as those who identify as trans are more likely to develop anxiety and depression than their cisgender counterparts. Over 41 percent of transgender individuals have also reportedly attempted to commit suicide, but hopefully this is beginning to change.