Will and Jada Pinkett Smith have no “problems” in the bedroom


I don’t know about you, but I would love to know less about Will and Jada Pinkett Smith’s sex life.

As a sex writer, I realize that it’s not really important for me to shame or discourage anyone from talking openly about sex, but I hope I will be forgiven for pointing out that Will and Jada are, for lack of a better word, many.

Much like the very public and often bizarre romance between Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly, Will and Jada’s sex life has been almost inevitable lately, appearing repeatedly in headlines and social media feeds in what appears to be a highly calculated public relations movement. Last year there was the Extramarital “entanglement” heard on the Internet; last month Will Smith said GQ on his fantastical harem and the couple’s transition to non-monogamy; and earlier this week, Jada opened up to Goop guru Gwyneth Paltrow on the challenges of maintaining a healthy sex life in marriage – before quickly retracting.

Shortly after Jada’s outspoken comments suggesting “it’s hard” to maintain a sex life with her husband in his twenties sparked the predictable titles As one of the couple’s frequent comments about their relationship usually triggers, the star took to Twitter to insist that she and Will had, in fact, “NEVER had a problem in the bedroom.”

First of all, this seems patently wrong. While Jada hasn’t specified exactly what kind of sexual “problems” she and her husband have certainly never encountered, it seems unlikely that you could have sex with someone for more than two decades and more. be what Jada initially conveyed during her initial conversation with Paltrow on Red table. Why she later felt the need to retract after saying nothing more shocking than “sometimes sex is hard” is beyond me.

Plus, it’s a prime example of the bait and switch the Smiths seem to often pull: openly sharing details about their sex lives – and sometimes even devoting entire episodes of Jada’s talk show to it – and then behave offended when the media speak. bait. Luckily, a quick Twitter poll would suggest that I’m not the only one truly on top of this.

Essentially, they remind me of the first high school couple in your class to start having sex: desperate to make sure everyone knows about it, but also performance valuable to maintain their “privacy.” We get it, Will and Jada, you fuck, but you only do it in the most gradual and open-minded way and you certainly never have “problems”. All of this is very illuminating.

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