Drew Barrymore got super personal on her podcast on Friday, opening up about her experiences in the bedroom.
During an episode of “Drew News,” Barrymore was talking to co-host Ross Matthews about the Netflix show “How to Build a Sex Room” when she revealed that she was open to trying anything in the bedroom when she was younger. was
“I’m a dirty bird … but only in the corners of my mind where I’ll never tell, and that’s just for me,” Barrymore said. “I can understand some deep things.” Listen, I’ve tried everything. I have done everything. That’s why I’m so boring now.
As for what was the one thing that was the most fun, Barrymore wasn’t quite sure, saying, “I don’t know if I’m into it or not, I just want to try everything.”
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“Those days are gone,” he said. “When I was young, I had all the energy in the world, but now?
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.”
“There won’t be a lick of velvet,” Barrymore said. After thinking about it more, she added, “Maybe the reason I don’t want sex rooms is because I don’t like the way they look.”
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This isn’t the first time Barry Moore has opened up about her life in the bedroom, explaining during an episode of “The Drew Barrymore Show” in October that she abstained from sex after splitting from ex-husband Will Kopelman in 2016. is the.
On the show, Barry Moore was discussing actor Andrew Garfield’s revelation that he had been absent for six months.
“What happened to me?” “Six months doesn’t seem like a long time,” Barrymore said.
“Some people can walk out of a marriage or relationship and, in the near future, find themselves in another relationship. There’s nothing wrong with that! Not one. I don’t judge! I celebrate their journey.” ! Because for some people it really works, it didn’t work for me,” Barrymore wrote in a blog post.
“I needed to be very celibate and dignified and in some sort of state of mourning for the loss of a nuclear family that I had vowed to find grace and acceptance for my daughters and our joint family.” What will be the new normal? .
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“I just laugh at the fact that it’s not my personal preference to be with a partner, but that doesn’t mean it won’t happen one day, I need time.”
She clarified her comments in a blog post, saying that she “doesn’t hate sex,” but that “love and sex are not the same thing.”
She also described her divorce as “rock(ed) (her) to (her) core” because she grew up thinking that once she got married, she would be with that man forever. She now admits that she loves her daughters and is enough for herself.
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“It took time. I’m proud of myself that I took the time,” he said. “That’s what I, as my own person and not just me, need to do and I respect that and I respect myself for that, as I respect anyone else’s choice. respect for.”