Amber Rose kept her promise to viewers when she told NBC last month that her talk show, The Amber Rose Show, would be both "sex positive" and a "no judging zone." During Friday's episode, Rose told guest Kandi Burruss that she's never used a sex toy and doesn't have casual sex—and Burruss, who has her own line of sex toys, told Rose that the next guy she's with should "control her."
"Men are so scared of me ... I literally will go out on a date, and a guy's like this," Rose said, holding up a trembling hand. "They're fucking scared of me, they're terrified of me."
"I feel like I'm just a nerd in the bedroom," Rose said.
"You know what guys say to me?" she added. "'What can I do for you that you can't do for yourself?' And I'm like, 'If you go to the store and get a $1.50 card and write something nice in it, I would appreciate that.'"
While Rose isn't the first celebrity to discuss her use of sex toys—remember Jennifer Lawrence's infamous interview with Conan O'Brien back in 2013?—she is among the most vocal. Rose, who has built her career on de-stigmatizing the discussion of female sexuality, also told NBC last month that people think she's controversial when she's really "just standing up for women."
"We are just sick of being talked down to, sick of being called 'hoes' and 'sluts,' getting slut shamed and talked down on for the same things men do. People don't understand that's an extreme form of bullying. They bully women constantly and wonder why we are so insecure when they constantly put us down," she said.
Rose ended the show with a montage of celebrities—like Conan O'Brien—reading selections of her book How to Be a Bad Bitch.