Chrystal Rose: Reading Her Book is Probably the Next Best Thing to Dating a Psychotic Porn Star

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After a couple of false starts in the past author Chrystal Rose finally made it to LA Talk Radio Tuesday morning and was a guest of Sam Hasson and co-host of Bridgetta.

Rose who hails from North Carolina, has written a book titled “Unfaithfully Yours: Confessions of a Cheating Bitch” in which Rose puts out the idea that women are just as bad as men when it comes to the infidelity game.

Bridgetta nailed it pretty well when she described Rose as a “female Tucker Max,” which, for those who are not familiar, Max makes a pretty good living writing about his exploits as a debauchee and an asshole.

Bridgetta described Max as a “douchebag”.

“How dare you say something like that to me!” Rose laughed.

“I’d like to see you two guys in a situation together and battling it out. Now that’s hot shit. I would pay to watch,” Bridgetta continued.

Rose conceded that she and Max are similar in the way they tell stories.

“Because it’s coming from a place where we really don’t give a fuck what you think. We’re just telling the truth as we saw it.”

Bridgetta said it would be absolutely hilarious to see Rose and Max out together for an evening.

“This is a reality show in the making.”

“I decided to write the book because I decided that women don’t admit to cheating,” Rose explained.

“It’s one of those things where it, ‘oh, I was drunk’ and I wanted to put my story out there with no excuses or bullshit and be like here it is, this is what I did.”

Rose describes herself as a “reformed cheater” as opposed to a serial cheater. She was in a six year relationship and was engaged at one point.

“I ended up calling off the wedding because I knew I could not be faithful. I actually value marriage because I didn’t want to go through with it and get divorced.”

Although her fiancé had strong suspicions at the time that she was wandering, he could never be sure.

“He called me on it at one time and I bullshitted my way through it,” states Rose. “He really didn’t have a clue.”

Rose said the thing about her cheating was like having her cake, and eating it along with licking the frosting off the finger tips.

According to Rose her multiple dalliances proved more stressful than anything else and there was no excitement.

Hasson wondered how, in this day and age with social networking, you can carry out sub rosa indiscretions.

“Isn’t it hard to cheat today?” he asked.

“I think today it’s definitely more difficult to cheat,” Rose replied.

“But there are rules people have to follow if they want to get involved with you. If you’re a man and have a woman on the side it’s a little more difficult to maintain because the woman wants to be your one and only. With men that’s when I put on the breaks and made it clear I wasn’t leaving him [her fiancé] for you.”

Rose describes her book as a “this is what happens..” advisory.

“I don’t take myself seriously, I’m kind of self-deprecating,” Rose adds noting that while she might be perceived as a horrible person she hopes the book provides an apologia for her behavior.

Rose’s book came out in February.

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