Bathroom Sex for Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith?

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For a country of people who often tiptoe around how to talk to our partners about sex (or how to talk to our children about sex), we sure don’t mind reading about celebrities’ sex lives. On People.com, People magazine reports that actress Jada Pinkett Smith has gone on record – once again (this time in Good Housekeeping magazine) – sharing secrets to her still-fun sex life with her husband, actor Will Smith. She credits making time for sex no matter what, including having sex in a variety of places.

Earlier this summer, in an interview with Redbook magazine, Ms. Pinkett Smith had suggested a range of saucy sex moments including pulling over on the side of a road to have sex or having sex in friends’ bathrooms or guest rooms when at their house for a party.

For some couples, changing where one has sex is what helps to keep the spark or novelty alive. For others, it’s role playing and taking on different personalities (or wardrobes) during sex. Then there are those couples, or those moments, in which a sexual bond is strengthened because of something you’ve been through together or experienced emotionally as a couple. Whatever it is, look for ways to connect to your partner (if you have one) or to come to know your own sexuality more (whether you’re single or partnered).

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- Public Sex: Four Tips for Better Sex

[Above image is from Hollywood Grind]

About Dr. Debby Herbenick

Dr. Debby Herbenick

Dr. Debby Herbenick is a sex researcher at Indiana University, sexual health educator at The Kinsey Institute, columnist, and author of five books about sex and love. Learn more about her work at www.sexualhealth.indiana.edu.

  • Toy With Me

    Super topic. With hectic lives juggling meetings, kids, meals etc. more often then not couples struggle against the clock to find time to be together. I think the Smith’s are on the right track. Adding excitement, adventure and new twists to their sexual relationship will only draw them closer as a couple.

  • Toy With Me

    Super topic. With hectic lives juggling meetings, kids, meals etc. more often then not couples struggle against the clock to find time to be together. I think the Smith’s are on the right track. Adding excitement, adventure and new twists to their sexual relationship will only draw them closer as a couple.

  • Debby

    Yes, in one of the articles she talked about how their sexual variety had helped to bring them closer and make their relationship more meaningful. It’s a good point because sometimes I think people interpret novelty as just that – novelty/spice – when it can be a path to more than just fun, but to bonding and connection.

  • Debby

    Yes, in one of the articles she talked about how their sexual variety had helped to bring them closer and make their relationship more meaningful. It’s a good point because sometimes I think people interpret novelty as just that – novelty/spice – when it can be a path to more than just fun, but to bonding and connection.