Drew Barrymore says she ‘does everything’ in the bedroom: ‘Those days are long gone’
Drew Barrymore Friday got extremely personal on her podcast, opening up about her experiences in the bedroom.
During an episode of “Drew’s News,” Barrymore was talking to the co-host Ross Matthews on the Netflix show “How to Make a Sex Room,” when she revealed that she was open to trying things in the bedroom as a child.
“I’m a dirty bird … but in the corner of my mind where I’ll never tell, and that’s just for me,” Barrymore said. “I understand some complicated things. Listen, I’ve tried everything. I’ve done everything. So I’m so boring right now.”
Barrymore wasn’t quite sure if one thing was the most enjoyable, saying, “I don’t know if I was into it. I wanted to try everything.”
“Those days are long gone,” she said. “When I was young, I had all the power in the world, but now? No.”
When asked if she wanted a “sex room” in her home, Barrymore said she didn’t, but if she was “tasked with designing a sex room” she would “avoid all the clichés.”
“Velvet won’t be licked,” Barrymore said. After thinking about it more, she added, “That’s probably why I don’t want a sex room because I don’t like the look of them.”
It’s not the first time Barrymore has opened up about her life in the bedroom, explaining in October during an episode of “The Drew Barrymore Show” She has been sexually abstinent since splitting with ex-husband Will Kopelman in 2016
On the show, Barrymore was discussing actor Andrew Garfield’s revelation that he had been six months sober.
Barrymore commented, “What’s wrong with me? Six months doesn’t seem like a long time.”
“Some people may get out of a marriage or relationship and in the near future, Find yourself in another relationship. No problem with that! Not a single point. I don’t judge! I celebrate their journey! Because for some people that really works. It didn’t work for me,” Barrymore wrote in a blog post.
“I have to remain very celibate and respectful and mourn the loss of a nuclear family that I vowed I would find for my daughters and grace and acceptance and what would be our new normal in a blended family. .
“I’ve just come to laugh about the fact that being with a partner is not my personal priority, but that doesn’t mean it won’t happen one day. I need time. And my perspective on sex has really changed.”
She clarified her comments in a blog post, saying she “doesn’t hate sex,” but has come to realize “love and sex are not the same thing.”
He explained Her Divorce “Rock(ed) (His) (to her) core” because she grew up thinking that once married she would be with that man forever. She now admits that her love for her daughters and herself is enough.
“It took time. I’m proud of myself that I took that time,” she said. “It needed to be done as my own person and no one else, just me, and I respect that and I respect myself for that, just like I respect anyone else for their choice.”
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