in an interview with Star Tracker and said it’s kind of important so as
to avoid stores that touch.
- What is your take on premarital sex?
You want my pastor to call me on the phone, right? But I will tell you
the truth now, growing up, we were always taught that we shouldn’t have
sex, we shouldn’t do anything before marriage, but now that I know
better, or now that I’m grown and with the kind of experiences that I’ve
had, and that of other people, I think it’s kind of important to have premarital sex.
Seriously, because you have your lifetime to spend with this person, so I
think it’s important you need to find out what they like, how they like
it, if they like it, if they are teachable, because some people will
tell you that if you don’t like how your husband makes love to you then
you teach him.
A lot of men are not teachable, a lot of men think teaching them how to
make love to their wife is a crime. Yes, a lot of men think it’s a crime
for a woman to say don’t do it this way, do it that way, aren’t you a
woman, why should you have a preference?
A lot of couples’ sexuality don’t match, no matter how hard you try, and
once you marry and you are not having good sex I don’t think you will
be happy. I don’t think any woman would be happy if she’s not having
good sex with her husband, it’s crazy.
And if I’m to spend the first 6-7years teaching you how to have sex with me, I’ll be frustrated.
- What would you do if after marriage your husband becomes impotent?
Marriage is for better, for worse, because I expect that if I get
married now and I have issues with fertility, my husband will stand by
me, so yeah, I will stand by him.
When there is any situation, no
matter how tough it is, it’s sorted by love, family pressure is
secondary, if you let family pressure affect you, you might even lose
your love for your husband.
I think two people who are ready to work
things out, ready to spend the rest of their lives together should build
a wall around their relationship.