It doesn't get any more hypocritical than Kim and Khloe Kardashian.
We have no problem with the talentless reality stars taking advantage of society's obsession with celebrities, shilling for various products and posing for magazines. But we do ask for a semblance of consistency in their stances, especially when they affect young girls across the country.
Earlier this month, Kim posed naked for Harper's Bazaar because it offered her lots of money she wanted to send a message: "Embrace your curves and who you are."
But this is the same woman that touts the unregulated weight loss supplement QuickTrim at every opportunity.
The Kardashians celebrated Kourtney's 31st birthday in Vegas... by sending terrible messages to every female fan.
It's also the same woman who told Us Weekly over the weekend that "my sister weighs less than I do, and she just had a baby... that's kind of fascinating to me."
When Kourtney said breastfeeding new son Mason was a significant reason behind her rediscovered bikini body, Khloe chimed in:
"If that's all it takes... then someone breastfeed off of me! I don't care!"
Was Khloe joking? Of course. But do millions of teenage girls actually suffer from body weight issues and look to people such as the Kardashians for advice and self-esteem? Sadly, yes.
It would be refreshing if these sisters actually took that responsibility seriously.
[Photos: Splash News]