Farrah Abraham, reality star, singer, non-porn-star porn star and erotica author, says if MTV really fires her, it shouldn't be because she's sexually open.
The 23-year-old is launching a trilogy of books based on her own life in the adult industry. The first, Celebrity Sex Tape: In the Making will launch in July.
It's the graphic Farrah sex tape she loosely bases the books on that may cost her a job with the network that first gave her a taste of reality stardom.
Reports leaked this spring that the other stars of the show that put Farrah on the map want Abraham fired from Teen Mom or else they won't return.
"I don't think MTV should hold people back on account of (being sexually open)," Abraham said. "They have many kinds of sexual behaviors on their shows."
"I would hope if they cut me out, it would be for other reasons," she adds, noting "I keep in touch with reality TV because that's my roots. I enjoy reality."
Whatever her future holds with MTV, she is focused on her new career as a best-selling author - with hilarious Celebrity Sex Tape quotes to prove it.
It wasn't as titillating as I thought it would be with someone as attractive as Kim. If I ever did a sex tape, I'd want better quality footage for sure.
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"Being 20-something now and exploring my sexuality in a healthy way, I found writing was a therapeutic process for me," she told the N.Y. Daily News.
Farrah hopes to help her fans through their "sexual journeys" and to "open minds about sexual behaviors so that people are less close-minded, sexually."
Next up on her must-write list? A paranormal book about her late boyfriend, Derek Underwood, who passed away when she was eight months pregnant.
You can't make this stuff up. "Lots of people fantasize that their loved ones are still there," she said. "I want to do fantasy in fiction. I like a challenge."
Abraham, who has also written a memoir and a children's book (obviously), is also planning a Christian parenting book. But through it all, she's a mom first.
She hopes her experiences will help daughter Sophia, too.
"I think when it comes to birds and bees, talking about my mistakes will help her lead a better life," Farrah says. "I want her to take a different path from mine."
One can only, desperately hope.