Kim Kardashian West: 'I'm not a feminist'
Kim Kardashian West is many things. It's just, feminist isn't one of them.
"I don't think that I am," she said on Friday at the BlogHer conference of bloggers.
"I don't like labels. I just think I do what makes me happy and I want women to be confident and I'm so supportive of women."
So, exactly, how would the reality star, queen of social media, Kanye West's wife, and mum-of-two define feminism?
"I love to support other women, but I'm not the 'free-the-nipple' type girl.
"Just, like, no hate. That's my thing," she said.
Elisa Camahort, co-founder of the annual conference, led the discussion and asked Kim why she likes to post nude photos of herself on social media.
"Because I feel good about myself. I mean after you have a kid, now if you have two kids, there is a feeling that ... I mean I lost 70 pounds!" she said.
The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star shares her life freely on the show, her app and social media, but she said she does strive for some privacy when it comes to Kanye and her kids.
"He's very private even though he's in the business and I'm very open.
"And so he's really taught me how to become a little bit more private and I've taught him how to be a little bit more open and it really works for us," Kim said.