Sure, you've seen Kylie Jenner semi-nude on countless occasions, but now the 19-year-old reality star has now stripped down completely for a fully topless photo shoot with Complex magazine.
Okay, so she's wearing gloves, but they're long, latex, dominatrix gloves that somehow make this pic even racier.
Check it out for yourself:
Kylie is 19, and obviously she's free to do whatever she pleases with her body.
But the interview that accompanies her latest photoshoot serves as a reminder that the girl still has a lot of growing up to do.
First, there's the portion in which Kylie discusses her relationship with Tyga.
Though they've broken up multiple times in the past year, Kylie seems proud to say that she and her 26-year-old beau are uncomfortable spending even short periods of time apart.
"We need to be together at all times," Kylie tells the magazine after instructing her handlers not to let Tyga leave during her shoot.
"We never get mad at each other, we just figure things out."
She confirms that she broke up with Tyga as recently as May of this year, but says their breaks only ever lasted a few weeks
Sounds like a teenager's version of a stable relationship, but T-Raww should be mature enough to recognize that according to her description, he and Kylizzle are in an unhealthily co-dependent situation.
She confirms that she broke up with Tyga as recently as May of this year, but says their breaks only ever lasted a few weeks.
"I just needed to see what it was like not being with him," she tells Complex, adding, "We realized that wasn't what we wanted."
Kylie goes on to say that despite the despite the fact that she constantly posts racy selfies, she's actually no great fan of stripping down for the camera.
"I'm comfortable with my body, but not that comfortable," she tells the magazine after instructing everyone but Tyga to leave the room.
"I'm not going to be walking around like that with a bunch of guys there."
From there, Kylie opens up about her lip injections, and her controversial decision to lie to fans and claim she'd never had any work done (despite loads of evidence to the contrary).
"What if I came out and said, 'Oh, yeah, I got my lips done'? What are all those moms going to think about me?" Kylie says.
These kids, my fans, they're going to think I'm crazy. I didn't want to be a bad influence."
Ah, the old "I wanted to be a good influence, so I lied my ass off" excuse.
It's a pretty lame justification for a number of obvious reasons, and it illustrates how Kylie misses the point when fans encourage her and her sisters to be more open about the cosmetic procedures they've undergone.
We expect the Kardashians to lie about their plastic surgeries, but that doesn't make it any less troubling.
By denying getting work done, Kylie and company leave their millions of young impressionable followers with unrealistic standards of beauty.
Clearly, Kylie feels some sense of obligation toward her fans, but some of the grownups in her life should be there to advise her that misleading them is the worst thing she can do.
She caps her most nonsensically Palin-esque interview since the time she famously declared that 2016 is the year of "realizing stuff" with this head-scratcher:
"At the end of the day I have to live with everything I do."
So in conclusion, Kylie Jenner is ... a human being?
We know Kylie and her sisters aren't known as the most down-to-earth set of siblings, but they are aware that non-famous people suffer consequences, too, right?
On second thought, we might not want to know the answer to that question.