Kim Kardashian covers the February Glamour, and in an interview with Katie Couric she talks about her love life and career and goes back to not regretting her Playboy spread. Glamour's press release follows; scroll down for photos and read the whole thing here.
"It's easier to just be single and not have a relationship. How do you get to know someone on a reality show? Some people think that they can handle it, and then they really can't."
On being a sex symbol:
"It's definitely powerful. I don't find myself as sexy as everyone thinks. I'm a lot more insecure than people would assume, but with little stupid things. When I get dressed, I'm always so indecisive."
On being in Playboy:
"It was an independence thing for me. I was always by the book, such the straight arrow when it came to pleasing my parents and being a good daughter. I felt like this was one decision that only I could make. And I think it looks great. I'll have those pictures forever."
On having every aspect of her family's life recorded:
"If there's something that we're going through, it's going to get out anyway. It'll be on the cover of a tabloid, and it'll be twisted the completely wrong way. So why not tell our story?"
On women being comfortable with their body:
"It's a process. You have to learn to accept it. You have to learn to like what you see in the mirror. There are definitely times when I don't feel like myself, but you have to fake it until you make it."
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