Khloe Kardashian: Women are unfairly criticised
Khloe Kardashian thinks women are unfairly criticised for having relationships.
The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star says she is constantly being attacked for hanging out with different guys and it then becomes a "negative headline about how many guys I'm dating".
She wrote on her official website: "The most annoying thing about tabloid rumors is the double standard. If I'm 'spotted' hanging with a guy at a party - even if I'm just saying hi for a quick second - it immediately becomes a negative headline about how many guys I'm dating or how I'm getting into a new relationship. Men don't get that reputation! They get a pat on the back. It irritates me.
"People have taken pictures of me and say they're proof of something concrete. Pictures are just moments in time. They never show the whole truth. In Hollywood, you could go out on a first date and it could spiral into this huge thing. The headline the next day is 'Khloé's Getting Married!' LOL. It's so weird. That stuff definitely makes it difficult to take it slow and see how things go. That kind of gossip affects how people see me. A guy could assume I'm dating someone and not approach me, when I'm actually single. (sic)"
Meanwhile, the 32-year-old television personality previously revealed she is wishing for "internal happiness" this year.
She shared: "I love other people's birthdays, but to be honest, I get more sad for my birthday. They've been so negative in the past that I'm always like, 'What's going to happen this year?' I had the best birthday last year because it was the first time someone did something for me that I didn't ask for. It was the first time I felt like I knew what birthdays were supposed to be like. There were only twelve of us, but it was so nice. Look, I'm not all 'woe is me,' and I don't need to do much. But then that's why we don't do much. No one takes charge.
"My wish for myself this year is internal happiness. I'm big on peace and happiness, and that's all I want. The rest will come. I think as I've gotten older, I feel more secure and settled with who I am, but at the same time, I'm more open to changing myself for the better. I'm not as stubborn as I was when I was younger."