Amber Rose Felt Pressured to Have a Threesome: "It Was F—king Horrible"

She can be pro-sex and still stay in her comfort zone.

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Amber Rose is one of the most body positive models (opens in new tab) in the game, and never shies away from being open about her sexuality (opens in new tab). But with sex-positivity comes pressure to be open-minded and experimental—which is how she ended up having a threesome she wasn't ready for.

"We kinda just got together it was a guy and a girl and it was f*cking horrible," she said during Loveline With Amber Rose (opens in new tab) (via E! (opens in new tab)). "It was the worst. It was horrible. I am literally having sleepless nights. I felt the pressure, getting older, to experience new things and I did it against my better judgment because I talk about sex a lot."

It goes without saying (or at least it should) that just because a woman is open about discussing sex, doesn't mean she's down to step out of her comfort zone. And Amber Rose's comfort zone is much more intimate.

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"I hated it. Because I feel like I am a very passionate lover and I like that one-on-one passion," she continued. "With the threesome I felt like there was no passion. There was no kissing and rolling around. All those moments were not there."

Amber confirmed that she won't have a threesome with a girl again, but would perhaps be open to the experience with two men. She even joked, "maybe I'll call my baby daddy tonight."

Never say never. Justin Bieber taught us that.

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Mehera Bonner
Entertainment Editor

Mehera Bonner is a celebrity and entertainment news writer who enjoys Bravo and Antiques Roadshow with equal enthusiasm. She was previously entertainment editor at Marie Claire and has covered pop culture for over a decade.