Tila Talks Sex With King Magazine

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Tila Talks Sex With King Magazine
Tila Tequila just did an interview with King Magazine and cleared things up about her questionable sexual preferences and other burning questions!

KM: Do you ever find being bisexual to be totally exhausting? TT:   Not really. People have a misconception that just because you're bisexual, you're turned on by everyone everywhere you go. That's totally not true. I think it's more fun being bisexual, because sometimes you want to get away from guys. And then you go back to girls and you get something totally new and different. Then, after a while, that gets boring, so you go back. It's always nice to have so many options.

KM:  What about the people who say you're not really bisexual—that you're hetero and just pretending for the show? Care to set the record, uh, straight? TT:   They can suck my dick.

KM:  Talk about sexual ambiguity! TT:   If you're faking bisexuality, then you'd be one of those Girls Gone Wild girls. I'm not one of those fake ones. I have real emotions for people, whether they're male or female. So whoever said that shows me that they're really ignorant, and it makes me cringe. It's like saying, "Hey, you're not really Vietnamese, you're just trying to be." How do you answer that?

KM:  Damn, you're scary! But you still have a lot of friends—over 3 million, in fact, on MySpace. You must get an ass load of free-ringtone offers. TT:  [Laughs] Yeah, I definitely get a lot of free ringtones to download. It's really cool to be the biggest girl on the biggest social network out there today.

KM:  How can a guy get a lady's attention on MySpace? I got a message the other day that said, "I'd like to tap you're ass," which is both grammatically incorrect and gross. Would that work on you? TT:   Hell no! I don't even go out with someone who talks to me like that in real life. If you want to get someone's attention, have some class. Don't be like every other sheep out there. Think of something creative, new, interesting and intelligent, or be witty at least. Make me laugh. Don't be a caveman.

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