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Kim Kardashian looked completely unrecognizable Tuesday in several photos she posted on Instagram showing her wearing a jock strap for her latest cover shoot for the September issue of Interview magazine.
The 41-year-old reality star really does bare all in the NSFW cover shot showing her with her back turned to the camera, wearing a jock strap with her pants down below her waist. At the time of this publication, the racy shot is still on Instagram on both “The Kardashians” star’s post and the magazine’s.
In several other photos and clips, the Kardashian sports a white jockstrap and several different pants. In one snap, the reality star wore a black leather jacket and red, white, and blue bikini bottoms. On top of the revealing images, the “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” star doesn’t even look like the same person fans are used to seeing, as her hair and eyebrows are bleached blonde, and her makeup is done differently.
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In the magazine’s September publication titled the “American Dream Issue,” Kardashian took on a series of questions. One included her thoughts on the overturning of Roe V. Wade, claiming that it now puts having children through surrogacy and same-sex marriage rights at risk. It comes months after the U.S. Supreme Court decision that led to the overturning of Roe v. Wade. The ruling recognizes that there is no constitutional right to an abortion and returns the issue to the states, as The Daily Wire previously reported.
“Just seeing how far our country has progressed, to then see it regress—it’s really scary to think that gay marriage is in jeopardy,” Kardashian explained. “If a court can decide what a woman does with her body, then it also puts having children through surrogacy, and things that I have been through, in jeopardy.”
“I always believed people should live their lives exactly how they want to, so it’s really scary to see all of this happening,” she added.
Kardashian also admitted later in the interview that she believes climate change is real, but she thinks a person has to pick and choose what works in their life to combat it.