By Jessica Derschowitz
Updated July 01, 2015 at 04:15 PM EDT
Credit: Terry Richardson/Rolling Stone

Kim Kardashian is a lot of things — reality star, mom, selfie taker, attempted Internet breaker — and she says you can add feminist to that list, too.

“I’ve never really been one on labels, and I don’t like to push my view,” she said in the new issue of Rolling Stone, which comes out Friday. “If I feel something, it’s how I feel. I never say, ‘I feel this way, so you should feel that way.’ Not that there’s anything wrong with it, but I just am who I am.”

“But, yeah,” she continued, “I think you would call me a feminist.”

Kardashian, who was photographed by Terry Richardson for the magazine’s cover, also discussed her brother Rob’s exit from the spotlight, Kanye West, and how the public perceives her. “I believe that I am so much smarter than I’m portrayed,” she said.

In 20 years, Kardashian added, she wants be remembered as both a businesswoman and a sex symbol. “I think you can have both,” she told the magazine. “You can have it all.”

Head to Rolling Stone for more highlights from Kardashian’s interview. See the cover photo below.

Credit: Terry Richardson/Rolling Stone