The Kardashians Went to Planned Parenthood, and the Reason Why Is So Important

The family is standing up for what's right.

Kim, Khloe, Kourtney Kardashian at Planned Parenthood
(Image credit: Backgrid)

A future episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians will be about more than just family drama. Instead, it'll be promoting an important cause for women everywhere. TMZ reports (opens in new tab) that Kim, Khloe, and Kourtney all visited a West Los Angeles Planned Parenthood on Thursday, and cameras were there filming for their E! reality show.

While they were there, they reportedly spoke with leaders about women's healthcare and the threat of the Trump administration. And the sisters asked what they can do to help them out in the future. (Chances are, putting them on a popular reality show doesn't hurt.)

In paparazzi photos, the three are seen holding hands and walking in together. They're also shown meeting with staffers outside the building.

Kim Kardashian at Planned Parenthood

(Image credit: X17)

Kim, Khloe, Kourtney Kardashian at Planned Parenthood

(Image credit: Backgrid)

Kim Kardashian at Planned Parenthood

(Image credit: Backgrid)

According to X17 Online (opens in new tab), the sisters wanted to use their platform to make a difference. "The girls felt that since they have such a huge audience, they could really make a difference and shed some light on just how important Planned Parenthood is for those who can't afford the services they provide elsewhere (opens in new tab)," a source told the site.

Whether or not you're a fan of the Kardashian family, this is a pretty standout way to speak out. And they were silent when paparazzi asked Kim if this was a statement, but come on. It totally is, and that's awesome.

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Megan Friedman is the former managing editor of the Newsroom at Hearst. She's worked at NBC and Time, and is a graduate of Northwestern's Medill School of Journalism.