Farrah Abraham continues her it's-not-a-porno media tour regarding the porno that she did with porno god James Deen, which includes a quintessentially porno shot of her porno vagina squirting porniferously. Abraham maintains that Backdoor Teen Mom is a sex tape, something originally intended for her own private use that should never require, oh you know, a media tour. She maintains this, you see, because Farrah Abraham thinks she is smarter than you. What a clown.

Here is what she said to Entertainment Tonight regarding her motivation:

I have no relationships and I'm, like, sad sometimes. So, taking all this into consideration, which some find it hard to, that's what brought me here today. I felt this was my way of embracing my sexuality and being happy for me.

The Teen Mom star at least knows how to give an interview: This jumble of jiggling gibberish is both consistent with and different in syntax than what she told Dr. Phil about her porno impetus:

I'm celebrating my body and I'm celebrating my feminine side. This is something that never should've been talked about publicly. This is something that I wanted for when i'm older because I want those sexy photos of me on my best year. This is my year to celebrate that to me. This was for me and just like how I represent things for myself. This was for me to see. And also just so you know some women feel sexy in different lingerie or like whatever they feel sexiest in so I like also sexy photos done.

Other highlights from the Entertainment Tonight interview above include her throwing James Deen under the bus for revealing his participation to the press and Abraham refusing to "talk about things financially" because she's "pretty private like that." She's private like that, but not like that. She refuses to confirm that she was paid a million dollars for selling the porno, but she does say that she makes "more than people hear," and since what people are hearing is "high six figures," she made a million dollars. Or she's lying. Or she doesn't actually know what numbers are and what they do.

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Speaking of numbers, Vivid's Steven Hirsch says on its day of release, Abraham's porno got four times as much views as Kim Kardashian's did upon its debut. Kardashian's, however, was an actual sex tape. Maybe.