Khloe Kardashian*Who else but a Kardashian can make light of being a loose woman, and still receive media praise and accolades.

Dear Black women… this will not work for you. If you brag about loving up or giving it up to more than one man at a time, then you are labelled over-sexed, a THOT and a gold digger.

Khloe Kardashian, not so much…She calls it “polygamy.”

The reality TV star seems to have an odd sense of humor when it comes to reflecting on her personal life. She joked that she’s “part of polygamy” in a segment that will air on Monday’s episode of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” reports PEOPLE.

Khloe, James, Lamar“I have a husband. I have a boyfriend. That’s a way easier thing to say. Right?” she said, referring to calling off her divorce to Lamar Odom after he nearly died last month.

DeGeneres was quick to remind Mrs. Odom that polygamy would only apply in her instance if she was married to boyfriend James Harden.

“Okay, if that’s what you want me to call you I will – no, but I think that’s many husbands, isn’t it?” the host teased. “So you’re not really a polygamist.”

Khloe tells Ellen that she only called off her divorce from Lamar because it would have been, “a really insensitive thing to fast-forward a divorce,” considering he’s still recovering from his near fatal drug and hooker overdose in Las Vegas, which new reports claim may have left him seriously brain-dead.

“I love him and I always will and he’s a fantastic person who deserves support and love and for someone to be by his side, and for me, I’m that to him,” Khloe told DeGeneres. “And thank God I have a fantastic family who loves me and loves him just as much, and they’re so supportive and they’re with me and I have a great boyfriend who’s understanding.”

Khloe also revealed that her NBA star boyfriend Harden supports her decision to date him while still married to Lamar.

“You know, it’s definitely a very unique situation, to say the least,” she explained. “He’s fine with it. I mean, we have to communicate a lot. And he’s really supportive and great. I think the press and everything, they make it more complicated. I think inside our circle we know exactly what’s going on and I feel sometimes it’s crazy that I – yes we live so much of our life in public, but that I have to explain every step when that’s kind of frustrating.”