Someone needs to brush up on her basic vocabulary. Teen Mom 2 star Farrah Abraham has made major headlines over the past several months -- from her Amazon wish list to her sex tape to her arrest -- and now the reality star is touching on the subject of er, feminism. In a recent interview with Miami New Times, the single mother to daughter Sophia, 4, got a bit confused when asked if she was a feminist.
When discussing her sex tape she made with porn star James Deen in April, the interviewer asked if she considers herself a feminist. "I'm pretty feminine. I think so," the 22-year-old replied.
Abraham took a second go at her answer when the question was repeated, but once again misunderstood the question. "What does that mean, you're a lesbian or something?" she asked about the word feminism. "What context are you saying it in?"
When she was finally told by the inetrviewer that it meant women are equal to men, she replied: "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."
The confusing ordeal comes on the heels of yet another uncomfortable situation for the teen mom -- her audition for the soap Days of Our Lives. Abraham hoped to jump start her acting career recently by filming an audition tape for the long-running NBC series, which eventually ended up on YouTube. The aspiring actress tried out for the role of Destiny, a hooker, by awkwardly pacing back and forth in a tiny room while reading lines off her phone.
This article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Teen Mom Farrah Abraham on Being a Feminist: "I'm Pretty Feminine"
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