World News – GB – Should Celebrities Give Up Their Sex Lives?


Posted: 22:08 GMT, October 28, 2020 | Update: 10:14 p.m. GMT, October 28, 2020

Dressed in a £ 1,000 pink designer cardigan, Lily Allen reveals her little secret: « Let’s be open about this. I masturbate And you? » « 

She says she worked to develop her own sex toy (the £ 89 Lily Allen Liberty) with German adult toy maker Womanizer and she supports her #IMasturbate campaign, raising awareness of sexual positivity by sharing a lot information about his own sex life

Lily has often claimed to be anti-capitalist, but when it comes to selling sex toys, it seems she’s happy to forget about her Kerching qualms!

And its justification? « Female pleasure in itself is a taboo subject. The only way to make matters more taboo is to talk about it openly, frequently and without shame or guilt. » Oh save us! How can the subject be « taboo » when you can’t move on without celeb bedroom advice?

It’s not just Allen Harry Potter feminist actress Emma Watson recommends sex site OMGYes, which offers orgasm tutorials

Apparently she’s been a paid subscriber for ages and wants something like she’s been around longer. Really?

You think sex was just invented, rather than having been a source of pleasure for centuries – with sex positions exemplified by ancient Egyptians, Hindus and Romans

Not a lot of « shame or guilt » then, although there is (of course) a lot of trafficking, exploitation and rape Just like now

Such serious topics are really taboo and really need to be discussed further But there don’t seem to be any limits when it comes to salivating over celebrity sex

When 82-year-old Jane Fonda appeared on a chat show, the interviewer almost gasped as she asked, « I need to know because you’re so beautiful, are you still doing the love? Are you having crazy sex? « 

The insulting implication was that only sex can make you look and feel good Absurdity But Fonda just laughed, then spilled the beans on sex with famous men If only she’d said, « Watch your business! »

As the Mail advice columnist, I know sex can cause problems, but celebrity exhibitionism only makes people worse? It brainwashed them into thinking that « over there » everyone is going to Heaven He claims that the satisfaction is yours in its own right

Trish Halpin (pictured) thinks celebrities talking about female masturbation are helping other women engage on the topic

Lily Allen has amazing orgasms and she wants the world to know all about it

She’s so happy, in fact, that she released a new sex toy Now you might be thinking, ‘Enough of excessive sharing’ – after all, we live in a hyper-sexualized world where you can’t go through the day without seeing an underage celebrity tied up in an outfit that cleaves the bottom and squeezes her tits somewhere online

How does this serve women I’m not sure, but I heard how Lily finally found sexual pleasure through a sex toy? That I want to know

Women may have been ‘sexually liberated’ since the ’60s, but half a century later, orgasms are still getting too far away from it all. Talking about it is still taboo, or because we’re embarrassed to admit it if we can’t orgasm, be too reserved to admit how it’s going when we can

In my years of publishing glossy women’s magazines, the covers on the « Big O » have always been bestsellers, with readers wanting to know how, what, where and when

For many women, masturbation may be the only way to hit the right note, and as Lily revealed in her autobiography, finding a sex toy that worked for her has changed her life Whether you go solo or whether you have a partner, orgasms are good for you

Firstly, as we all know from Meg Ryan in When Harry Met Sally, pretending it’s not good for you or your relationship

Good communication is the foundation of any strong partnership, so true intimacy requires honesty and, yes, sometimes help

Second, orgasms are important for vaginal health, improving blood circulation, which is especially important as we get older As one doctor I interviewed said, « Use it or lose it I love hearing older female celebrities talk about their sex lives so Glenn Close spoke about the myth of sex that goes away with age Sharon Stone revealed what she thinks women want from sex later in the day life (« a gourmet meal instead of fast food »!)

If anyone was going to be a trailblazer for younger women it surely was Lily.She was never afraid to talk about her own life if she thinks it will help others – of her stillborn son the trauma she suffered from being harassed

And why wouldn’t she make some money endorsing a sex toy? After all, she wrote about it before she had any commercial involvement with the brand, so we know it works

So well done Lily for making female fun in the headlines and congratulations on your new venture I might just buy one

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