Amber Rose and Tess Holliday Reveal the Truth About Pregnancy Sex

Amber Rose and Tess Holliday Reveal the Truth About Pregnancy Sex
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Source: YouTube

For some women, nothing says "me so horny" quite like a fetus growing inside her uterus. For others, pregnancy is a one-way ticket to StayAwayFromMyVaginaVille. Here to represent both sides of this spectrum are sassy divas Tess Holliday and Amber Rose, who recently had a lively discussion about pregnancy sex on the Amber Rose Show.

"[My husband and I] had sex two days before I went to have the baby," Holliday divulged.

"Bitch, shut up!" Rose proclaimed in response.

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Rose then revealed that her friend Blac Chyna has been a walking horny toad ever since she conceived a Kardashian. "She might get mad when I say this, but Chyna — she says she's always horny all the time," she said. "Sorry, Chy!"

Rose, however, never experienced pregnancy-induced horniness firsthand.

"When I was pregnant, it was just like, 'Fine,'" she said. "I would act like I was into it but I'm like, 'Please just hurry up. Get off me.'"

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Rose added that her partner at the time, Wiz Khalifa, wanted to do it around the clock — until she reached the end of her term.

"He loved my body," she said. "Then I was nine months pregnant and he was like, 'The baby's kind of big now. It's a little weird. I feel like I'm going hit my son in the head.'"

A valid concern!

Watch the full clip below:

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Nicolas DiDomizio

Nicolas DiDomizio is a Staff Connections Writer at Mic. Prior to Mic, he was at MTV for 3 years. He holds a masters from NYU and a bachelors from Western Connecticut State University. Contact him at nic@mic.com.

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