"I was so afraid of getting pregnant. I mean, my parents would scare the s**t out of me and would show me like, 'This is herpes,' and would show me photos," Khloé shared alongside Kourtney Kardashian on The Ellen DeGeneres Show’s "Lady Parts" miniseries with Sarah Hyland. "I had to look at all these visuals and if I had sex, that was going to happen to me."
Kourtney explained that their parents approached talking to them about sex with abstinence and fear tactics and told them not to have sex before marriage.
"Khloé and I have different memories. We're only five years apart," Kourtney recalled.
After seeing the stomach-churning photos, Khloé went to a gynecologist when she was 14 or 15 to go on birth control, which made her feel safer. "I didn't want to be a teen mom, I didn't want to get pregnant before I was ready to really get pregnant and understand those responsibilities fully," the 36-year-old said.
However, as the youngest Kardashian sister, Khloé had the advantage of learning about the birds and the bees from her older sisters.
"I think I had it easier because of Kourtney and Kim. Like when you're the third child, they've already heard it all," Khloé recalled. "I think the shock of their daughters having sex before marriage already went out the window."
"In my head, when I was going to have kids, I never ever imagined having an only child," Khloé said in a preview for the final season of Keeping Up With The Kardashians. "And especially being in quarantine with her, I felt bad. She had no friends. She had nobody."