Another day, another Kardashian/Jenner lawsuit — but this one is a biggie.
Kylie Jenner's makeup line is being sued by a woman who claims the brand's website is inaccessible to blind people.
Kylie Cosmetics is an online retailer — meaning that if you can't access the site, you can't buy Jenner's beauty products. Though there have been Kylie pop-up shops IRL, the brand exists primarily on the internet.
Which is a problem for people like Antoinette Suchenko, who has filed this suit. Suchenko has been legally blind for 20+ years, and uses the internet with the help of special screen reader software.
"In the suit she says Kylie's cosmetics site isn't compatible [with the software]. As a result, she's having a hard time bagging any of Kylie's uber-popular makeup products," TMZ reports.
It's also important to note that the lawsuit names Kylie Jenner Inc., Jenner's business, and not Kylie Jenner The Human Person.
Suchenko isn't suing Kylie Inc. for money — she just wants the makeup site brought up to the standards required by the Americans with Disabilities Act.
This makes perfect sense, after all — EVERYONE deserves equal access to the internet, and everyone deserves to buy Kylie Lip Kits, if that's what they want.
If Kylie wants to grow her makeup brand even more, she needs to make sure her site is available to everyone — including those who use accessibility software. Inclusion is a basic right — hopefully ALL the Kardashian/Jenner businesses take that into account.