Kim Kardashian Talks Gun Control, Racism & Feminism

Reached your saturation point yet? Don’t think so, here’s another cover. Yep, Kim’s on the newest Rolling Stone issue and also spoke to the publication about a few different issues. Firstly, the topic of gun control. Kim plays it safe and just says she wishes there were tighter laws:

“If I could do something to change the world… I’m not really a gun person, and we do not have strict enough gun control laws.”

Kim says she’s a feminist although she doesn’t particularly like to use the label and instead goes with her personal intuition. She said:

“I guess people call me a feminist, but I don’t like to put labels. I do what makes me feel comfortable. I never think what I say is the right thing, but I believe you should do what makes you feel comfortable.”

When asked if she feels prepared to raise two biracial children, Kim says that she is aware of racial difficulties still present in the world and she believes her husband will also work to guide the kids:

“Kanye is very vocal and open with what’s occurred in his own life. And we’ll talk to our kids the way my father spoke to us. I think that when I was a teenager, my father knew or somehow put together that I was going to inevitably end up with a black guy and would make sure to tell me story after story about racial difficulties and how he always fought for the better. We always had friends of different races while growing up. Also, Kanye is very vocal, so I’m sure he’ll have a lot more to say to my kids.”

On her husband , Kim says she loves how he openly expresses himself, even when it’s controversial:

“I love most the way he loves, the way he creates, and the way he thinks. He’s such a good person and I love how he just stands up for whatever he believes in wholeheartedly and never backs down without a care for how it comes across. He’s taught me to just be me. I really used to care so much about how people thought of me, and he taught me to not care.”