It seems like it's been years since Rob Kardashian posted "The Instagram Rant Seen Around The World," leaking various sexual and graphic images of his ex, Blac Chyna.
After a messy relationship and even messier Fourth of July, Kardashian was set off by a video Chyna allegedly sent him, and took out his frustrations by posting a revenge porn series on his social media account.
Since then, Chyna has received a restraining order against her daughter's father and is speaking out about what it's been like for her.
In an interview with People, Chyna explains that her biggest focus is on her children and making herself happy. She said,
I'm not going to take something that happened to me in the past into my future. First and foremost, I'm going to make myself happy because once I'm happy, then Dream can be happy and then King can be happy and then everybody else around me can be happy.
Dream is the 8-month-old daughter Chyna had with Kardashian earlier in 2016, and King is the 4-year-old son she had with rapper, Tyga.
Chyna is also hoping that her experience will ultimately help the fight against revenge porn, and further clarify the distinction between choosing to post sexual photos yourself and when another human being takes it upon themselves. She said,
Words are words, but once you start posting actual pictures, then that's just not right. It's actually against the law. If I was to go and do a very artsy, high-end photo shoot exposing my breasts, that's my choice. This is my body. It's my right. Once somebody else does it, it's just not right. I'm hoping that somehow, some way, this will let [more people] know, 'Don't do it.'
Since Kardashian's rant, Chyna says she has been consistently approached by women in person and through social media who have been inspired by her. She said,
I just want to voice my story — voice what's real — because at the end of the day, the person next to me could possibly be going through the same thing. For people to actually look up to me really means a lot. These types of things, they happen every day. A lot of women, they don't address it. See it, recognize it — but don't be tainted by it. Just be strong and positive.
Be strong. Be positive.