Kim Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian and Khloe Kardashian will arrive at an important conclusion this Sunday night.
On the next episode of their family's reality show, the sisters will visit a Los Angeles-based Planned Parenthood and come to the realization that the organization actually does a lot of good.
Contrary to what some politicians or people may tell you.
"The perception of Planned Parenthood is that it's like this abortion clinic, that's nothing like what it's like," Kim explains in the following footage, adding:
"Hearing that firsthand really made it real for me."
Not only does Planned Parenthood help women with MANY health issues, but it does not take government funding for abortions.
Just stating some facts here.
One of the stories the soon-to-be-VERY-rich siblings heard came from a woman named Kelly, who said she and her boyfriend chose to get tested there after having unprotected sex.
Within 15 minutes of getting their finger pricked, the couple learned they were both HIV positive. Scary stuff.
"Planned Parenthood, they were compassionate and understanding and they told me you know you're life isn't over. This is manageable," Kelly said.
"You can live a normal life with this. Planned Parenthood basically kept me alive."
This certainly isn't the sort of serious topic Keeping Up with the Kardashians takes on.
But good for the show for doing so.
The trip left Khloe especially altered when it came to her thoughts towards the organization, which has become a hot button topic for conservatives.
Many politicians on that side of the aisle want to cut off funding to it entirely.
"I'm a big fan of Planned Parenthood now," Khloe says below.
"Meeting all the girls and hearing their stories and seeing how many women have been helped by some of the services they have to offer.
"I think people need to be more educated before they form opinions and that's what I'm grateful that I had the opportunity to do today."
Watch the interesting clip below:
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