The `We R Who We R` singer thinks her outspoken views and flamboyant personality can make some men nervous and stop them from asking her out, but she won`t change for anybody.
She said: "It`s important to show that women can be so much more than sex objects - you`ll never see me just sitting there looking pretty.
"Maybe some guys are put off from approaching me because I intimidate them, but, if so, good. Guys should be scared of me.
"I realise I polarise opinions, but you can either join my party or f**k off, because I`m not going anywhere."
The 24-year-old pop star - who was romantically linked to dance music artist Calvin Harris when she was on tour with Rihanna in Australia in March - is very proud of her success, especially because she wasn`t confident when she was at high school.
She told the News of the World newspaper: "I was the gawky kid at school. It`s empowering for me and all the girls who aren`t beauty queens or cheerleaders to see someone succeed by being strong and opinionated."