"I feel for people that don't have that support. There's such a high suicide rate in the transgender community," says Kardashian West
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Caitlyn Jenner‘s family has been dealing with her transition from male to female in varying ways – Kendall Jenner is keeping herself busy while Kylie is working through her emotions solo.

However, the Kardashian-Jenner clan has made it very clear that they support the former Olympian’s new identity wholeheartedly – none more so than Kim Kardashian West, who Jenner has said was the most accepting of her coming out.

“No matter what, we love [Caitlyn],” Kardashian West, 34, tells Glamour. “I know [she] feels great that [her] whole family does support [her].”

However, not everybody is as lucky as Jenner: “I feel for people that don’t have that support,” added the reality star. “There’s such a high suicide rate in the transgender community, which is heartbreaking.”

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Kardashian West wanted to make sure that Jenner’s true self made a splash upon her official debut. “I was like, ‘If you are going to do this, you cannot look a mess.’ I went shopping. I’m helping [her] pick glam teams. [She] has to look good.”

Added Kardashian West: “I’m prepping her to have the best wardrobe and hair and to feel really good about herself. I know she would want that.”

Jenner’s debut came sooner than many – including her family – may have thought: Legendary photographer Annie Leibovitz shot Jenner for Vanity Fair‘s July issue, which will hit newsstands June 9 – the cover of which is now online.