Farrah Abraham Thinks Feminism Means Lesbian And Says 'I'm Pretty Feminine'

Farrah Abraham isn’t sure if feminism has something to do with being feminine or a lesbian, but she definitely believes men are equal to women. Maybe people should stop asking her questions that involve four-syllable words.

The X-rated film actress who got her start on MTV’s “16 and Pregnant” and then a few more seasons on “Teen Mom” has been making appearances at strip clubs since multiple attemps to get on another reality show have apparently failed.

The 22-year-old, who famously starred in “Backdoor Teen Mom” with A-list porn star James Deen, sat down with the Miami New Times for an interview to promote her appearance at a new club in the Florida city. The most profound thing to come out of the enlightening interview -- Abraham has absolutely no idea what the word feminism means.

Not too surprising, since when she was asked about Trayvon Martin she said "I feel like I've met her or something," and then added, “It sounds so familiar ... I don't know what she is so I can't picture the person with the name right now."

Just a tidbit: The starlet, who is mom to daughter Sophia, 4, maintains that she had a physical and emotional relationship with Deen, even though he said she only contacted to him make the porno, which she said was a leaked sex tape. Miami New Times reporter Allie Conti had touched on the fact, that if she and Deen were actually in a serious relationship, it was “pretty shitty” that Deen leaked their love tape and then asked the question about that tricky f-word:

Check out the exchange with Conti that ensued, courtesy of MNT: 

Do you consider yourself a feminist?

I'm pretty feminine. I think so.

Not feminine -- feminist.

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

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

What context are you saying it in?

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

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.

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