As a model and part of the reality show/franchise Kardashian family, Kendall Jenner has her share of unwanted attention. As sister Khloe Kardashian puts it "She just feels really unsafe. She says she has literally a different stalker outside of her house every few days. She's a single girl who lives alone, like, someone's already broken into her home, what if she was there?" On a recent preview for Keeping up With the Kardashians, she says that she wants to be empowered to protect herself by getting a gun:
"I'd want to know about these things and be knowledgeable, and how to protect myself, handle a gun."
Her sister Kim Kardashian-West, who herself was robbed in Paris during a home invasion, says she isn't comfortable with it, but Khloe seems to be onboard. Kendall's openly conservative, then-dad Bruce (now Caitlyn) Jenner indicated in 2013 that he was getting a gun for protection, and mom Kris has one, too. It's great to see the young women empowering themselves, too.
There are a lot of things one could complain about with the Kardashian clan, but their embrace of their Second Amendment right isn't one of those things.