Yesterday, the Internet was apparently broken because Kim Kardashian decided to show us her very shiny bare ass. Well, things are getting a little more serious today, as it turns out the shoot actually included full frontal nudity for her feature in Paper Mag.
Pics are below the cut as they’re very NSFW, but it’s nothing you haven’t seen before if you’ve followed the trajectory of Kim Kardashian’s career up to this point. Everyone keeps talking about how good she looks, and how happy, but why wouldn’t she be happy? She made a name for herself naked, and she’s still naked and riding the wave of that success, so to speak.
I mean, look, you wanna get naked? Do your thing. The woman likes getting her bits out – so what? I just kinda wonder what the point is. Like, the point of this entire thing. We all know what Kim Kardashian’s various bits and bobs look like – we’ve all seen things going in and out of her various crevices and what she looks like with and without varying levels of clothing for yers – but how on earth does this have anything to do with anything? What’s it got to do with her the accompanying interview, which contains passages like the following?:
I ask her whether Kim Kardashian would exist without social media. “I don’t think so…” she says, slowly, then reconsiders. “I don’t think social media was that heavy when we started our show, but I think we really evolved with social media.” The next day, as I scroll through Instagram, I come across a photograph of her, taken the night of our interview, wearing the champagne getup at a restaurant in Venice. I also find two photos of North toddling around the pumpkin patch in a tiny fringed cape and Baby Vans. One of these pictures has more than a million likes. “I love sharing my world with people,” Kardashian tells me, and I detect no hint of falseness. “That’s just who I am.” No more, no less.