In a new post shared Wednesday on her website and app, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star opened up about why she thinks "dirty talk is hot as f---."
"I believe in dirty talk. Communicating during sex is a MUST, and I actually think it's rude if you're not vocal, LOL," she wrote. "If my guy isn't vocal, I'm not excited. How am I supposed to know if he's enjoying himself???"
Kardashian, 31, explained words don't matter all that much to her: "I don't even care what you actually say, either – to me that's not the important part."
"You don't have to come up with crazy s--- to say. It's OK to just get louder if you're enjoying something. I think that's what you should do!" she wrote. "It's a sexy way to learn what turns your partner on, especially if you're newly together."
The unabashed reality star even went so far as to describe how she handles things behind closed doors.
"If I'm with someone who's not vocal during sex, I'll legit say, 'Do you like this?' in the middle of it, haha," she wrote. "If the person is silent, I'm like, 'This is awkward. I feel like I'm violating you!!!' "
She added with a winking emoji: "This isn't f---ing work, honey! Enjoy it or get out!!!"
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Kardashian has a notoriously "open book" attitude when it comes to her discussing her love life on her app: In December, she shared a video diary all about her one-night stand in Australia back in 2007 – though she wouldn't reveal who the guy was.
"Then he came to the States and wanted to date me again," Kardashian explained. "I never saw him again and I was like, 'Uh, no, you're not supposed to come here!' "
Earlier this month, Kardashian also took to her app to reveal what each of the women in her famous family have taught her about dating, from Kendall Jenner's hush-hush perspective to Kourtney Kardashian's "stand your ground" attitude.
"I LOVE that my tribe is made up of so many strong women! We all have really distinct personalities and live our lives in totally different ways – especially when it comes to relationships," she wrote. "It's great because I know I can always look to my mom or sisters when I need a fresh perspective on a problem. I've learned so much about love by watching them do their thing."