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When you think of the kind of man that Farrah Abraham is looking for, a Christian probably isn't the first thing that springs to mind.

But, that's exactly what the former adult entertainer and "Teen Mom OG" star said is one of her main qualifications.

In speaking to People magazine, Farrah detailed the kind of man she's looking for.

"Definitely not a man-boy, a full-grown man, good Christian values," she said, "I wanted someone who could equally support me in all of my endeavors since I am so diverse and [someone who's] understanding that I've been in adult entertainment."

To help find love, Farrah enlisted "Million Dollar Matchmaker" Patti Stanger. An episode of Farrah's quest to find love airs on Friday.

Patti previously told the magazine that Farrah, was "trying to get her away from the sex industry." Farrah thought this was all too amusing, saying, "I think Patti and Candace kind of had their words toward my vagina."

She has a way with words, doesn't she, ladies and gentlemen!

"I love that Patti was an excellent role model and encouraged me to be my best Farrah - so no more 'Fallen Farrah,' more about 'Fabulous Farrah,'" she said. "And I really am happy that we talked about the adult entertainment and some of those things. I think it's helped me process and move forward in my life and be better on the dating ground."

Farrah first burst onto the pop culture scene in 2009 when she appeared on MTV's "16 and Pregnant." She later appeared on "Teen Mom" and a slew of other reality TV shows. She also starred in an adult film in 2013.

She has been criticized for her adult film past, but also for how she's raised her daughter, Sophia, who is now trying her hand at children's modeling.

Farrah recently defended herself for allowing her 7-year-old daughter to participate in a glamorous shoot that featured airbrushing, heavy makeup and swim wear.

"There's a lot of young children who do modeling, and everyone loves her pictures," she said. "I think because we're on 'Teen Mom OG,' we get bad criticism."

"But Sophia's doing amazing in modeling, I couldn't be more proud of her - she's opening up her own children's boutique, we're selling clothing," she said. "So the more pictures and more she's in a positive light and happy with what she's doing, there's nothing wrong with embracing how awesome Sophia is."