Kim Kardashian really did sit down for a Q&A Tuesday night in the Castro Theatre in San Francisco to talk about the objectification of women.
And some attendees really did pay as much as $220 for a ticket.
And a retired state judge named LaDoris Cordell really did take the stage across from Kim in order to lob softball questions her way.
Among the many topics touched on during this ridiculous event, Kim explained that she has a clothing line, a reality TV show and many perfumes named after her… all achieved after dropping out of college.
Considering husband Kanye West doesn't have a degree, either, Kardashian said daughter North West will only go to college if "really wants to go."
Because why should a wealthy child stand on her own or learn any kind of trade when she can just live off the royalties of the Kim Kardashian sex tape for life?!?
Elsewhere during the discussion, Kardashian shared her thoughts on...
- Women succeeding in a male-dominated universe: "There is this generation of young people - girls - that are beautiful, but don't have a strong work ethic. People sometimes think that with looks, things will come easy with modeling jobs here and there. But I really just encourage people to put in the work.”
- How she and her relatives have responded to Caitlyn Jenner: "As a family, we just literally prayed that people would understand it. Everybody has their own transition to accept and support this."
- How to take a good selfie: The key is "lighting" and knowing one's "angles."
- That whole objectification of women thing and all those Kim Kardashian nude photos: "I think there's power in that, and I think I have the control to put out what I want and I'm proud of that. So even if I'm objectifying myself, I feel good about it… I do what makes me happy and what I need to get done."
Kardashian was invited as a guest in this case by the Inforum speaker series of the city's Commonwealth Club of California.
This heretofore-respected club previously hosted such guests as Bill Gates, Hillary Rodham Clinton and the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
We'll let you decide whether or not Kim Kardashian belongs in this company.