Its been 10 long years since "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" aired on E!, pushing into the spotlight a group of really polarizing women who have undeniably made a business out of being themselves. At the head of the family is Kris Jenner, former wife to Bruce Jenner-turned-Caitlyn Jenner. There's already enough drama in that statement to fuel an entire reality series, but it doesn't end there. Kris is mom to five daughters, Kourtney, Kim, and Khloe from late husband Robert Kardashian, and two daughters Kendall and Kylie Jenner from the former athlete.

Together with their brother Rob Kardashian, they make up the multi-million empire that first took reality TV by storm before plunging themselves into the social media business. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the family's reality series was just the beginning, as each Kardashian sister now runs their own machine. Kim is married to rapper Kanye West and is mother to North and Saint, and is running her makeup business and earning from her app. Khloe is the founder of Good American jeans, while Kourtney reaps cash from endorsements. Kendall is the face of numerous luxury brands and often walks for high fashion designers, while Kylie is the girlboss of her own makeup line.

Is Kim Kardashian a feminist?

It would be easy to say that the Kardashians are the modern-day feminists of this era, proving once and for all that they don't need a man to run the household or their businesses. In a recent interview with Harper's Bazaar Arabia, Kim Kardashian opened up about how she is often misunderstood when she says she's a feminist.

According to E! News, Kardashian said during the #BlogHer16 Conference that she wasn't a feminist, but she now believes that "I do a lot more than people that claim that they're feminists."

For someone who is big on branding, Kim Kardashian explained, "I feel in my soul I'm a feminist. I just don't need labels to make me feel or know what I am inside." The 36-year old reality TV star also explained what it meant to be a feminist in this day and age.

She said, "Modern feminists are all the girls around us today. Every time you look on social media and there's someone standing up for themselves, to me that's a modern feminist."

Modern feminists are armed with their mobile phones

It's unsurprising that Kim Kardashian believes that today's "modern feminists" are armed with their mobile phones. A November 2016 report from Forbes revealed that Kardashian earned $71.8 million in 2015 from her mobile game alone. Today, Kardashian has amassed 55.2 million followers on Twitter and 102 million followers on Instagram, proving once and for all that her business model works, and will continue to work for her as a "modern feminist."