Variety recently published a cover story on the Kardashian family, with a focus on their upcoming reality show on Hulu. While Kim Kardashian’s comments about the challenges of work in modern times made headlines, the article also included extensive interviews with Khloe Kardashian, Kris Jenner, and Kourtney Kardashian.
In her interview, Khloe addressed various topics, including motherhood, criticism from the media, and the upcoming show. However, her comments on infidelity have garnered significant attention.
Kardashian Addresses Infidelity Blame Game
In the interview, Khloe Kardashian opened up about how she feels when the blame is placed on women for their partner’s infidelities.
She stated “I’m very vulnerable and very transparent and I’ve had my relationships in the public eye. If your significant other is doing something wrong, for the woman to be blamed, that’s always been really hurtful for me. I’ve never quite understood that instead of there being some sympathy or like, “Wow, that must really suck to have to go through that.” And not only go through it, but then go through it so publicly. I don’t even care if people have sympathy. I just don’t understand why there’s so much finger pointing – like it must be me. That’s a heavy thing to carry.”
Khloe also spoke about how she feels that society is quick to blame women for their partner’s actions.
She said, “Everyone has their problems, so you don’t have to point the finger at anyone, but to make it the woman’s responsibility, it’s really sad. And it says a lot about our society that people would rather spew venom, as opposed to some sort of sensitivity or compassion, or just nothing at all. There is also a way to report something that’s happening without making somebody that reason why it happened. You don’t have to point the finger really at anyone. I just think the media has to be more responsible, but they’re so desperate click bait, I guess. It’s sad and it puts so much on the women’s shoulders emotionally.
Khloe’s Views on Motherhood and Parenting
Khloe also talked about her experiences as a mother and how she prioritizes her family. She revealed that she and her sisters are very hands-on mothers and that their families come before everything else.
Khloe said, “We’re really hands-on moms. We are very present and active with our kids. Family comes before everything – that’s always been who we are since we started on TV in our 20’s, and now, we’ve all evolved and have our own little families within our big family umbrella.”
Khloe Addresses Tristan Thompson Situation
One topic that has been the subject of much media attention is Khloe’s relationship with Tristan Thompson, who has been unfaithful multiple times. In the interview, Khloe stated that the situation would be addressed in the upcoming show. She acknowledged that they try to protect the privacy of their significant others, but if something is public knowledge, it would be odd not to address it.
Khloe said, “Viewers will almost feel slighted, like we aren’t sharing things and it’s not as real. So yes, we do address it. I always try to be as respectful as possible, but it is reality.”
What is the new reality show that the Kardashians are premiering on Hulu?
The Kardashians are premiering a new reality show on Hulu, which has not been named yet.
Will the Tristan Thompson situation be addressed on the show?
Yes, the Tristan Thompson situation will be addressed on the show.
Why does Khloe Kardashian feel hurt when women are blamed for a man’s infidelity?
Khloe Kardashian feels hurt when women are blamed for a man’s infidelity because she believes that it is unfair to put the burden on the woman and not show any sympathy or compassion towards her.
Did Khloe Kardashian blame the other women for Tristan Thompson’s infidelities?
Yes, Khloe Kardashian did blame the other women for Tristan Thompson’s infidelities in the past.
Has Khloe Kardashian altered her face and body?
Yes, Khloe Kardashian has altered her face and body to the point where she has been unrecognizable for years.