Kim Kardashian Shows Us the Effects of Victim Blaming

By Courtney Enlow | Celebrity | October 6, 2016 | Comments ()

By Courtney Enlow | Celebrity | October 6, 2016 |


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Kim Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint. She thought she was going to be raped. And the entire internet, even those who consider themselves otherwise against this type of thing, has listed all the reasons she isn’t to be believed, she brought this on herself, she should not be pitied or defended.

And it’s worked.

“Kim’s in shock and blaming herself. She’s tearing herself up that she Snapchatted the ring so much and wore it all the time. This incident is making her question everything. How she dresses, what she does. Kanye wants to buy her the ring again but she just says she doesn’t want to think about it. He says he wants everything to go back to normal and for the incident to not affect their lives.

It’s amazing how we can beautifully and powerfully decry the notion of the “perfect victim” and lament implying a victim is responsible for what has happened to her.

Unless that victim is Kim Kardashian. And then fuck her, right?

Here’s an entire article in the New York Post listing all the reasons she’s lying about this, why her story doesn’t add up. This is fine, because she’s so unlikable, right?

The intruders gagged and bound Kim and tossed her in a marble tub while they robbed her of $11 million worth of jewelry and escaped on bicycles, which she may or may not have seen from her balcony, where she ran screaming after freeing herself in an ordeal lasting six minutes.

Skepticism spread online.

“It’s all bogus. I hope she goes to jail,” said one commenter.

“Their dumb show is about to be cancelled for low ratings,” said another. “No act or stunt is too vile.”

Given the Kardashians’ history of manipulating people and truth for profit and fame, it’s a karmic reaction.

This is totally acceptable, right? Because she’s such an attention whore. I mean, she brings this all on herself, right?

You know. Asking for it.

Do we all hear how this sounds? Is this person *that* deserving of hatred that this is acceptable?





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