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Sonja Morgan's Big Gay Secret! 'RHONY' Star Says 'Never Say Never' To Dating Women

Sonja Morgan Drops Bombshell On Lesbian Kisses
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May. 1 2019, Updated 9:58 p.m. ET

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The Real Housewives of New York star Sonja Morgan shocked co-stars when she was caught on-camera making out with a hot random chick at a party — after telling female newbie co-star Barbara Kavovit that she was “f**kable!”

Now, for the first time since the girl-on-girl action was aired on RHONY, the 55-year-old blonde beauty spoke exclusively to RadarOnline.com about whether or not she would take it a step further and date a woman!

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“I would never say never, but at this point in my life I know what I like,” Sonja told Radar during an interview on Friday, April 26, at St. Regis Hotel in Washington, D.C.

“I definitely like being with a man long term. But sometimes in a flighting moment when I am at a party and having a drink, I like to kiss my girlfriends to let them know that I love them.”

“Occasionally some girl I may not know wants to run up and kiss me. Why should I deprive a woman of that pleasure?”

However, when it comes to a serious relationship, Sonja told Radar exclusively that she would “like a soulmate, but they don’t grow on trees!"

“My life for the past 10 years was about supporting my daughter. But now she's gone off to college. If I date a man, he has to be a man. He has to know how to put batteries in a remote control and change a lightbulb. He has to, you know, fix the sprinklers when they break,” she said prior to attending a pre-WHCD dinner hosted by The Washington Diplomat and Progress Humanity.

Although Sonja doesn’t see herself in a committed lesbian union, she told Radar that she continues to support the LGBTQ community every chance she gets!

“In fact, I am doing a float with Andy Cohen and other Bravolebrities for the Stonewall anniversary during New York City’s Gay Pride weekend next month, which is also the celebration for World Gay Pride,” Sonja revealed to Radar exclusively.

“The Morgan Library also has an LGBTQ event this year and I am so excited to be involved. It means a lot to me.”

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