Farrah Abraham Says Her “Personal Sex Life Isn’t That Great”
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Farrah Abraham

Farrah Abraham Says Her “Personal Sex Life Isn’t That Great”

Teen Mom turned porn star, Farrah Abraham, may be famous for her X-rated sex life, but apparently what happens behind closed (back)doors isn't all that exciting. Sure, Farrah's entire world revolves around the sex industry, but is her personal life as steamy as her semi-autobiographical erotic novel would imply? Not so much.

“My personal sex life isn’t that great,” Farrah admits to RadarOnline.com. “We all know that my sex life really isn’t that hot or crazy.”

Fans got a first-hand glimpse at Farrah's dating life (or lack thereof) during VH1's Couples Therapy, and she definitely had a sad lack of prospects. Talk about a backdoor bummer — no wonder Farrah wants to become a nun!

Farrah tells Radar that she let her imagination run wild while writing Celebrity Sex Tape: In The Making, and might even be living vicariously through the book's protagonist, Fallon Opal.

“I just wanted something wild and crazy and I think as women, we don’t do these things in real life,” she says. “We just need to get wild and crazy in our heads. I’m happy as a writer that I got to take my mind to other places.”

Farrah admits that she was aroused by the writing process and tells Radar that "wanting to touch myself” was one of the hardest parts about penning her future Nobel Prize winning novel. “I’m being honest, because I feel like there were a lot of hot and heavy things that I wrote about and thought about," she explains.

It's too bad that this living legend's personal sex life is a bust, but who needs a boyfriend when you have your own trilogy of erotic novels to keep you warm at night?

Are you surprised that Farrah's backdoor has been abandoned? Let us know in the comments!

Source: RadarOnline.com

07.7.2014 / 12:00 AM EDT by Mehera Bonner
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