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Kim Kardashian is getting political!
While speaking at The Commonwealth Club of California in San Francisco last night, the 34-year-old Keeping Up With the Kardashians star was asked for her thoughts on gun control.
"If there was gun control...[guns] scare me so much," the pregnant star said (via The Mirror). "I'm not the type to have them in my house—the security at the front of my house might but not in my house. I truly honestly believe we don't have strict enough gun control laws and it would change a lot."
Kim also praised the Supreme Court's ruling to legalize gay marriage across the country. "It was about time, I was proud of the decision. Proud of Obama and proud to be an American," Kanye West's other half said.
Kim opened up on a variety of other topics, including Caitlyn Jenner's very public transition. "The response has been overwhelmingly so positive," Kim gushed. "I hope people understand it, or have compassion. I hope people are non-judgmental...People have been so amazing and Caitlyn appreciates that so much."
"We showed everyone in the show because everyone has a different emotional transition of their own to accept this. Sometimes I think it's about Caitlyn, but it's the family around," she added. "We go to group therapy together. Caitlyn has taught me to be less judgmental. I'm just so happy that people have been so open to this change."
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The Rolling Stone cover girl also revealed her family as encountered racism.
"I did have an awful experience on a plane once, she was slurring racial things at me. North was less than one so she didn't know. I was about to go over and say something then an Indian man stopped me and said it just isn't worth it," Kim said. "So I have experienced it but Kanye and I together are so open, he is so vocal about race, so I think we'll be really helpful for our children. We will talk to our children the way our dad spoke to us."