Kim Kardashian just wants to "be a MILF," duh
Kim Kardashian is so over being the girl every guy wants to do. Since having her daughter, North, 13 months ago, her priorities have shifted, and now all she wants in the whole entire world is to be a mother guys want to eff.
In a new interview with Lucky magazine the 33-year-old reality star opened up about how her style has changed now that she's become a mother. "I am definitely way sexier ever since having my daughter," Kim explained, but she insisted her style is "definitely more simple."
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Kim's sister Khloe disagrees. "I think your style's the same, really--you've just amped up the sexiness," observed the younger Kardashian, to which Kim responded: "I know. I just want to be a MILF!"
The "MILF" comment aside, I can't actually fault the woman for wanting to feel sexy after having a baby. After all, pregnancy does strange things to your body. Though some women feel sexy throughout their pregnancy, others considerably less sexy. Obviously, Kim is part of the latter group. Only, it seems like Kim has got a personal vendetta against her pregnant body, and she's far from over the ridicule she "suffered" at the mercy of the tabloids and paparazzi.
While celebrating the sisters' Babies "R" Us partnership with Operation Shower this week, Kim was asked to share a few maternity style tips, to which she basically answered: Hide yo' hips. Hide yo' thighs!
Okay, she didn't actually say that. Her actual advise is much, much worst.
"I recommend hiding for a good year and having no pregnancy style," Kim explaiend to an Elle reporter. "That's what I recommend. If you can do it, hide. Never leave the house." And when Kim's sister Khloe reminded her that hiding out for a year isn't very practical, Kim suggested wearing "a huge blanket."
It's clear Kim is suffering from sort of paparazzi-induced post-traumatic stress disorder. During her pregnancy with North, Kim became the butt of everyone's joke. Tabloids and legitimate news sites alike took aim at Kim, making fun of weight-gain and maternity style. Kim was, by all accounts, bullied throughout her pregnancy, and for no other reason than she'd gained some weight--as women do, by the way, when we're pregnant.
But that being said, Kim's disparaging comments aren't doing pregnant women (or women, in general) any favors. What she's done is insinuate that pregnant women--or larger women--should hide their large bodies until they're able to slim down. That's not the message we should be sending. We should not be telling women that, unless they're deemed sexy by men and women everywhere, they should hide in solitude.
I know Kim has a track record of being about as shallow as a puddle in the Sahara, but I guess I hoped that having a baby girl would have changed that somehow. #KanyeShrug.
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