Kim Kardashian added another string to her bow when she gave a lecture at Commonwealth Club in San Francisco.
Kanye West’s wife was doing a Q&A to discuss the topic of objectification of women in the media.
Discussing whether the media did see woman as sexual objects, Judge LaDoris Cordell asked her whether the amount of selfies she takes objectify her.
Kim said: “Yes. I don’t think it’s a bad thing.
“I think there’s power in that and I think I have the control to put out what I want so even if I’m objectifying myself, I feel good about it.”
She added: “Sometimes the media exploit me but I don’t care, as long as I’m happy and I like the photographer then I don’t care.”
She added that she had no regrets about getting her kit off for her infamous Paper magazine shoot.
“I always learn from my mistakes but something like a photoshoot, I never regret. I would so do them over,” she said.
“Something like the Paper magazine, I loved that shoot. It was so empowering to me, I was trying to get pregnant, I had put on so much weight but it was my, ‘I’m confident again.'”
Kim added that despite her complaining, she was happy about the paparazzi. She said: “I’m still a realistic person, without them people wouldn’t have taken much notice of me so I give credit where it’s due.”