Hollywood star Drew Barrymore "opened" her soul in front of the public, revealing that she has not had an intimate life for years, but also explaining what is behind it. The "Charlie's Angels" star recently shared the details of her love life on her blog, revealing that she hasn't been in an intimate relationship in years.
Now, on the Drew's News podcast, she revealed more, including the fact that she did "everything" she wanted to do se*ually, in order to fully explore that area. "I’m a dirty bird," she said, "...but just in the corners of my mind where I never will tell and it’s just for me.
I can understand certain kinky things,” she said. “Listen, I’ve tried everything. I’ve done everything — that’s why I’m so boring now”. "I won't reveal those details, that's just for me.
But I can understand some strange things. I've tried everything, that's why I'm so boring now. Those days are long gone. When I was young, I had all the energy in the world, but now I don't like that," said the 47-year-old actress.
Barrymore admitted that she has not been in an intimate relationship since she split from ex-husband Will Kopelman six years ago. The couple had been married since 2012, after which Drew continued as a single mother of two girls.
"I am just in a completely different place in my life and maybe in the near future I will get into a relationship… but it simply hasn’t been my priority. So I’m not a person who needs s*x and has to go out there and engage with people on that level.
I am someone who is deeply committed to fostering how young girls, my daughters, and myself as a woman, are supposed to function in this world! A relationship with a man has not been top of mind for me for a very long time," the star wrote on her blog.
"Some people can get out of a marriage or relationship and in the near future find themselves in another relationship. There is nothing wrong with that! Not one bit. I do not judge! I celebrate their journey! Because for some people that really works.
It didn’t work for me. I needed to stay very celibate and honoring and in some sort of state of morning of the loss of a nuclear family that I swore I would have for my daughters and to find grace and acceptance and what our new normal of a blended family would be.
It took time. I’m proud of myself that I took that time."
"That's what I, as my own individual and no one else just me, needed to do and I honored that and I respect myself for it, as I respect anyone else for their choices.
I have just simply come to laugh about the fact that it is not my personal priority to be with a partner, but that doesn’t mean it won’t become one someday. I need time. And my view on s*x has truly changed."