We hate to admit this, but...
... the Kardashian might not be entirely terrible.
They are mostly terrible, don't get us wrong.
They mislead young fans into thinking that waist training is actually an effective thing... they think that posing naked on social media is a lot of work... and they brought Tyga into our lives.
But still. Consider the following:
On Friday, Kim, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian - along with Kris and Kendall Jenner - attended a private lunch with men and women who have lost relatives due to gun violence.
The event was organized by Moms Demand Action and Everytown.
Both are organizations that push for various gun control measures to be passed in Congress.
“Having lunch with the families of loved ones who were killed by gun violence. I learned a lot from listening to their stories,” Kim wrote as a caption to the above image.
“Life is so precious! What will it take for this to stop? #NotOneMore #Everytown #MomsDemand.”
Gun control appears to be one real issue that Kim takes seriously.
After the massacre inside an Orlando nightclub that killed 49 patrons in June, Kim Tweeted:
"Under current federal law people on terror watch lists can legally buy guns – this is called the Terror Gap," Kim tweeted yesterday.
"We have repeatedly called on Congress to close this loophole that makes it easy for dangerous people to get guns & kill.
"Nothing has changed!!!! People continue to senselessly die. When will these gun laws be changed?!?!?!?!!!!?????"
Those who watch Keeping Up with the Kardashians online will see footage from this luncheon on a future episode, so of course the family used the occasion as a fodder for their TV show.
If they made any difference at all in helping to get some common sense gun control laws passed in this country, we can't say anything negative about them at this time.
Erica Smegielski, whose mother was killed in the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School, also shared a picture she took with Kendall and Kourtney on Twitter, writing along with it:
“Awesome to hang with these gun sense champs.”
Also, Khloe posted the following on Instagram:
“Was able to spend the afternoon with the families of victims of gun violence. Today was so very moving and impactful.
"I learned so much and i’m so grateful to everyone who was brave enough to share their very traumatic stories.”
In late June, Kim Kardashian went on a rant against the government after four new gun control measures failed to get passed.
“So terrorists on fbi’s wanted lists can legally still buy guns. Oh & mentally ill people can buy guns without a background check too," she wrote, adding:
"The fact that anyone can so easily access guns is so scary & after all of the devastating loss the Senate should have not failed us!!!"
Again, we shudder to write it, but...
She makes some good points.
We're sort of frightened here. We're not sure how to react to this.
Here. Let's post some Kim Kardashian nude selfies so everyone feels nice and normal again about these reality stars: