Khloe Kardashian opens way up in the latest issue of Complex.
And, no, we're not actually referring to Khloe's racy cover photo for the publication. At least not only to that...
The reality star poses in a number of sultry ways, but it's her response to a question about Kylie Jenner that is receiving the most attention.
See, Kylie is 17 years old. She's dating Tyga, who is 25.
This age difference between the stars has created quite the stir online, but Khloe contrasts her own experience with that of her half-sister.
"I think at 16 I was probably f–king someone that was in their 20s, for sure. I wouldn’t say I was even dating, probably just sleeping with them."
Give Khloe points for honesty here... and then deduct them for all the questions this statement raises.
She doesn't even know whether she was getting it on with a much older man at 16 years old?!?
Heck, she was having regular sex at 16 years old?!?
But Kardashian's larger point is that Kylie is ... unique.
"Kylie is not a normal 17-year-old," Khloe says.
"You’re not gonna say, 'Hey, so what are you doing this weekend?' and have her say, 'Having a slumber party at my girlfriend’s' or 'Going to prom.'"
"That’s not what Kylie does."
"Kylie is taking business meetings and bought her first house, or she’s going on a private plane with Karl Lagerfeld to take a meeting.
"That’s not even what people do in their 30s. It’s a rare circumstance, so let’s treat this as a special case."
That actually is a fair point, though it's also a sad one: Kylie herself, after all, recently lamented how fast she's grown up.
Khloe also touched on her feud with Amber Rose, which also arose because of Kylie and Rose's comments about her age.
"I just feel like it was unnecessary for her to say anything, and I used her own quote back," Kardashian says.
"It was from her talking about when she became a stripper so I’m like, 'How are you judging and saying Kylie should have a curfew?'"
"What I thought was crazy was she was telling my sister to act a certain way or have a curfew, but [she wasn’t] doing the same."
"So just don’t comment. How was I slut-shaming by saying don’t throw stones at glass houses? There was no slut-shaming."
"I am not one to slut-shame, I have done slutty behavior myself."