Since Farrah Abraham loves to drag daughter Sophia to all of her adult parties, it's no surprise that she brought her along to an interview.
There, Farrah discussed what she's looking for in a man.
One, he needs to love Sophia, which is great. Two, he needs to sign an NDA. ... How romantic?
Reality television villain Farrah Abraham sat down with Us Weekly for a very, very lengthy interview alongside 10-year-old Sophia.
"What am I looking for in a partner?" Farrah begins. "I would say a partner who is well-rounded, loves my daughter, and loves dogs.”
She elaborates: “Just a good, fun, outgoing person."
"I’m sure all of us who are single, which there are so many of us, are looking for a great human being," she suggests.
"But there’s very few," she admits, without acknowledging that she is not one of those few.
"Sophia really hopes that she gets a brother or sister," Farrah says when it comes to growing her family.
Sophia then interjects very firmly that she wants a brother. There's no or sister on her wishlist.
"I just hope I meet a human who’s great enough to do that with,” the former Teen Mom villain expresses.
“But," Farrah insists. "I’m in no rush."
"I’m OK being married to myself at this point," she says.
Farrah shares that giving Sophia a younger sibling doesn't necessarily involve her giving actual physical birth.
"I’m OK with adopting," she announces.
But she's not hurrying off to some agency, either.
"Sophia is my one and only right now," Farrah affirms.
'We have a happy family," she claims. "We’re great right now."
"When it comes to dating now, especially after all my therapy and relationship therapy, I’ve just seen some really nasty things in men,” Farrah says.
Farrah may not be one of our favorite people, on the grounds of her nastiness and her racist attacks, but she's not wrong about that.
She expresses: “I definitely don’t need anyone dating me anymore because I’m famous or I’m a celebrity."
"I take that really serious now," Farrah reveals.
"I definitely know what I’m looking at now when it comes to personalities and behavior and human behavior,” she adds.
How can she bring herself to trust in a world where everybody's looking for a little fame or a little money -- or both?
“I don’t take any chances anymore," Farrah explains. "They sign NDA."
She details: "They’re not allowed to call press or other people, be friends with reporters."
(I'm sure that my friends are all crushed that they can't date Farrah)
"I take it really serious," Farrah insists.
Farrah has been teaching Sophia about sexism, but in an extremely Farrah way.
"I discussed with her about being a celebrity in the limelight, and if a female acts like a male, it’s treated way differently, as we’ve seen,” she says.
Notably, most actual feminists would consider someone using "male" or "female" like that to be a red flag.
“I think Sophia understands the harshness and the unfairness and the sexist attitudes toward women when they act like males," Farrah adds.
"Sophia will rise and be above that," she predicts. "She’s definitely aware."
"I talk to her about me having sex with a pornstar, yes,” Farrah reveals.
That makes a lot of sense. Sophia is 10. Certainly old enough to get forewarned that her mom was in an adult video.
“I’m a celebrity, so it was taken way out of context, wasn’t it?" she argues. "It was sensationalized."
"So I think if you’re confused about something, my daughter is very much not confused about how the world sees it," Farrah concludes.
So ... on that note, who's lining up to date Farrah? Any takers?