Kim Kardashian to Speak About Objectification of Women During Lecture in Oakland

The TV star and businesswoman will also talk about her new book, millennials and more

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Kim Kardashian West has a lot of money, family members and social media followers, and will share her many thoughts about all of that – plus the objectification of women in media – in an appearance later this month.

Kardashian West, 34, will host “Kim Kardashian West Live!” at the Paramount Theatre in Oakland, California, on June 30. The evening is billed as a “lecture/seminar” where the reality TV star will discuss how she “monetized” everything from taking selfies to sexuality, according to organizers.

“Join Kim Kardashian West at INFORUM for a public interview to dish on her new book Selfish, the Kardashian Jenner clan, the business of millennial culture, the objectification of women in media, and more,” the event description reads.

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Now the audience of 3,000 (tickets are still on sale, starting at $40!) may get to hear how Kardashian West feels about her own success.

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