Pink: I Used Sex to End Argument With Husband Carey Hart

Celebrity News Oct. 4, 2012 AT 7:30PM
Pink on the November 2012 issue of The Advocate. Pink on the November 2012 issue of The Advocate. Credit: Courtesy of The Advocate

Turns out, Pink's a lover and a fighter.

Covering the November issue of The Advocate, the "Try" singer opens up about her sometimes rocky romance with motocross racer Carey Hart, her husband of six years. (The two are parents to daughter Willow Sage, 16 months.)

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Recalling the worst fight she ever had with Hart -- a six-hour-long screaming match -- Pink, 33, says she was "lawyering the sh-t out of the situation" until she abruptly decided to stop. "I was like, 'You know what? Will you just come here and f-ck me?' And he was like, 'Wha-wha-what?'" she laughs. "I was like, 'Yeah! I'm done fighting. Just come here and f-ck me -- that's all this is about.' He was like, 'OK!'"

Two years after tying the knot, the couple separated in 2008. Pink and Hart, 37, poked fun at the experience in the singer's 2008 "So What" music video. They confirmed their reconciliation in 2009.

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"I've definitely gotten used to being uncomfortable," explains Pink, whose real name is Alecia Moore. "It's kind of my thing. I get a little embarrassed sometimes, but it goes away quickly because I get a kick out of sharing it. I know that I'm an oversharer and I always tell too much and I always take it that one step too far, but that's how I really am. I can't believe that people are still shockable."

Pink tells The Advocate she and Hart have come to understand why they used to fight so frequently. "It's usually that you feel vulnerable, that you feel powerless, that you feel out of control, that you feel scared," she explains. "I'm a pit bull, but I'm a toothless pit bull. I will totally attack, but I just really wanted you to rub my tummy. Why when I bite you do you not understand that I just want you to rub my tummy?"

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The "Blow Me (One Last Kiss)" singer also uses the interview to address fabricated stories regarding her sexual orientation. "Honestly, I've never defined myself," she tells the magazine. "I've never felt the need to. I still don't."

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