Kim Kardashian said many ridiculous things while taking center stage for a Q&A in San Francisco on Tuesday night.
The amateur sex tape star said she won't push for her kids to attend college, while also addressing the topic of feminism and claiming she encourages "people to put in the work" because they're under the false impression that good looks simply lead to modeling jobs.
And come on now.
We all know the key to success is really money and the willingness to let Ray J bang you on camera.
But Kardashian did touch on a couple of hot button issues as well, both of which have been in the news lately.
How does she feel, for example, about the Supreme Court voting to legalize gay marriage around the country?
"It was about time, I was proud of the decision. Proud of Obama and proud to be an American," Kim said.
And what about gun control, a debate tragically made relevant again due to last month's fatal shooting in Charleston, South Carolina?
"[Huns] scare me so much," the pregnant star said. "I'm not the type to have them in my house."
Kardashian added that she "honestly' believes "we don't have strict enough gun control laws" and that a lot would "change" if we did...
... while once again showing how out of touch she can be by concluding:
"The security at the front of my house might [have guns], but not in my house."
Well, sure. Everyone is all for well-trained, well-armed security guards outside of their mansions, right?