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Khloe Kardashian isn't one to worry about saying something bluntly. We've learned to love her ability to go there without blinking an eyelash, but it seems like she wasn’t always like that. When she was younger, Kardashian, 28, admits she was too nervous to ask embarrassing questions to her older sisters Kim and Kourtney, and now she's come up with a way to make sure no one else has to feel that way again.
She's partnered with Generation Know, a campaign that encourages girls to ask the questions they might be too embarrassed to ask their peers or parents. Kardashian says she has always tried to be an open book for her younger sisters Kendall and Kylie Jenner, and she encourages them to check out the site if they have something they won't ask her. Watch Khloe talk about this new venture on Good Morning America:
"When I was a teenager, I really didn't have anybody to go to to ask the things you're embarrassed about or that you feel uncomfortable asking anybody," she tells GMA's Elizabeth Vargas. "When you're 10, and one's 15, you're still kind of embarrassed!"
It seems fair to assume that all women have been in this position at least once in their life, and we love that Kardashian is using her celebrity power for good. Not only does she exemplify a gorgeous woman who is comfortable with her own body, but she also is promoting other females to have the same confidence. From their shows to their fashion lines, the Kardashians reach a tremendous amount of people and we're proud that Lamar Odom's wife is using that platform to do a lot of good.
During the interview, Kardashian also opened up about her fertility issues. Though she doesn't seem to be pregnant like it had been rumored, Kardashian did say Kim has pushed her to go visit doctors to see if they can figure out why she and Odom can't have a child.
"I've always been really open about and honest about it, and that is one of the best things," she says. "Kimberly is actually the one who made me go to the doctor and check my body and figure out what was wrong if anything."
That doesn't mean the Odom couple is in a rush to have a child, though. Khloe, who gushed about being an aunt again -- "I'm excited to have another niece or nephew!" -- has The X Factor to worry about and Lamar has his basketball career, and that seems enough to keep them satisfied for now.
"Right now Lamar and I, we've only been married three years, we're still enjoying the newlywed stage," Kardashian admits. When Vargas says she thinks the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star would make a good mom, Kardashian responds, "I think so, too!" Fingers crossed for you, Khloe.