Farrah Abraham Has No Idea What "Feminist" Means, Thinks it's Like a Lesbian

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Asked if she considers herself a feminist, Teen Mom-turned-adult film star Farrah Abraham recently revealed that ... she has no idea what that means.

And we thought asking "who is Trayvon Martin" was bad.

Like many in her new profession, Farrah Abraham is making appearances at strip clubs across the country, raking in cash and dropping pearls of wisdom.

Ahead of a trip to a South Florida establishment next week, she spoke with Miami New Times and reiterated her version of how her sex tape came to pass.

The interviewer notes that Abraham's version of events - that she dated James Deen and their sex tape was intended to be private - is hard to believe.

Just the same, she's sticking by her story that she decided to cash in only after the video "leaked." At which point the following exchange took place:

Miami New Times: Do you consider yourself a feminist?

Farrah Abraham: I'm pretty feminine. I think so.

MNT: Not feminine, feminist.

Farrah Abraham: What does that mean, you're a lesbian or something?

MNT: No, that's not what I'm asking at all.

Farrah Abraham: What context are you saying it in?

MNT: It's a complicated concept, but I guess at its most basic, it means that women are equal to men.

Farrah Abraham: Oh, I definitely feel that women are equal to men. No doubt about that. I mean women should have equal rights to men, every day.

Good to know, Farrah. Good to know.

These days, Abraham is busy exercising her right to model with corpses, troll sugar daddy websites, write erotic novels and fight with Myla Sinanaj.

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I felt some pain, but I was a sex warrior and I moaned louder to get Jimmy more aroused. I knew I shouldn't have been tricking myself into not feeling pain, what with my period and incisions.

I don't really pay attention to much online. Listen, I was, like, the most popular girl growing up and I had women do the same thing to me then as now. And I overcame it.