The Kardashian-Jenners, with their popularity and fame, are no strangers to bullies who shame them for expressing their sexuality. This has not discouraged them from being their authentic selves, be it bold outfit choices or revealing photographs.
When a woman takes control of her body she breaks free of the confinement of the male gaze. She uses it to express herself. Why should the Kardashian-Jenners be any different? But they are mocked, humiliated, and repeatedly bashed for it by the double standards that exist in society. They refuse to succumb to the superficial standards of the beauty and fashion industry that celebrities are often held to. Their experiences show that a woman's body is forever changing, be it by sharing their personal anxieties about it, or Kourtney Kardashian famously stating that she's proud of her body; tiger stripes and all.
Is speculating and dissecting the sensual aspect of their bodies not objectification? They have chosen to rise above such hate as a family and inspired many to not just embrace their bodies, but also boldly use it to display their truth.