For a woman who broke the internet with her nude photos on Paper magazine, this topic could be a wrong choice but Kim has all the answers.
Leave it to her to strip off her clothes for just anything... whether its for her reality show, her 'Selfish' book or on social media but Kim Kardashian knows all about the objectification of women.
In a question and answer session held in the Castro Theatre in San Francisco on Tuesday night, June 30, the pregnant reality star told more than 1,300 fans (mainly young women) that young people have to work hard to achieve anything in life...emphasizing that good looks can't get you everything.
"There is this generation of young people - girls - that are beautiful but don't have a strong work ethic. People sometimes think that with looks, things will come easy with modeling jobs here and there. But I really just encourage people to put in the work," said the self-proclaimed workaholic.
After hearing the host, retired state judge LaDoris Cordell read out a definition of 'objectification,' Kardashian readily agreed that the media depicts women in degrading images. But she feeds off the power from voluntarily objectifying herself.
"I think there's power in that, and I think I have the control to put out what I want and I'm proud of that. So even if I'm objectifying myself, I feel good about it," she said, adding: "I do what makes me happy and what I need to get done.”