Earlier this month, Kim Kardashian welcomed her third child.
You'd think someone with Kim's wealth and influence could enjoy a few weeks off to focus on her new baby, but no!
Possibly in a bid to cement her status as the living embodiment of American values, Kim is demonstrating that she doesn't believe in maternity leave!
Yes, that's Kim totally topless on Instagram.
It might not be your idea of work, but when you're a Kardashian this is what punching a clock looks like.
As usual, Kim is being shamed for posing nude by people who would apparently balk at showing of their flawless physiques in exchange for fame and fortune.
"Your a work of art but you should probably put on some clothes," wrote one conflicted and gramatically-challenged fan.
"After 3 kids you would think she would stop posting photos like this," commented one of the internet's many rabid mom-shamers.
It's the same nonsense every time Kim blesses us with a pic like this.
Fortunately, it doesn't like she'll be easing up on the racy selfies anytime soon.
This time, the haters even stepped their game up a notch and engaging in the truly repugnant behavior of chastising Kim for using a surrogate.
"Now I know the real reason why you hired someone to have your baby," wrote one follower who's clearly just the worst.
We're not even sure what that's supposed to mean, but we're 100 percent sure the person who wrote it has no friends.
Anyway, this is one of the rare occasions where we actually agree with Kim's critics on one thing.
But it has nothing to do with her appearance.
Kim posted this photo today with caption reading simply, "Muse."
For our younger readers, that's Anna Nicole Smith, a deceased model who's as well know for her tragic life and death as for her meteoric rise to stardom.
Unlike some of the commenters on the pic, we're not gonna shame a dead woman who struggled mightily throughout her life, but we are somewhat side-eyeing Kim's choice of muse.
It's one thing when a sullen teen idolizes a self-destructive blonde who checked out early, but it's a little weird coming from a 36-year-old mom and successful career woman like Kim.
Our culture is just now realizing it's pretty messed up to romanticize the premature death of Marilyn Monroe; let's not subject Anna to the same mistreatment, mmm-kay?