Drew Barrymore tells why she hasn’t engaged in sexual activity since her 2016 breakup with Will Kopelman.

After a fan asserted that the actress “hates sex,” Drew Barrymore opened out about her feelings on intimacy in a recent blog post.

When it was first reported that Andrew Garfield had abstained from sex for six months to prepare for his role in “Silence,” Barrymore made a remark about it.

Why does six months not seem like a very long period to me? The actress remarked, “I was like, “Yeah so?” during a segment of her talk program, “The Drew Barrymore Show.”

Barrymore has subsequently stated that after parting ways with her ex-husband Will Kopelman in 2016, she has not been in a committed relationship.
She may go “years” without having sex, according to Drew Barrymore

Some people have the ability to leave a marriage or relationship and quickly enter into another one. Nothing is wrong with that at all! Not at all. I’m not a judge. I admire their progress! Because it actually works for some folks. In her Sunday blog post, Barrymore stated, “It didn’t work for me.” “I wanted to find grace and acceptance and what our new normal would be as a blended family in order to remain very chaste, honorable, and in some type of state of grieving for the loss of a nuclear family that I said I would have for my girls.”

“It took a while. She continued, “I’m proud of myself for taking that time. “That is what I needed to do as a unique individual, not for anyone else but for myself, and I respected that as much as I respect everyone else for their decisions. I’ve just learned to chuckle about the fact that having a partner is not currently a priority for me, but that doesn’t mean it won’t be in the future. I require time. And my attitude toward sex has really changed.

After four years of marriage, Barrymore and Kopelman got divorced in 2016. Olive and Frankie are two of the ex-daughters. couple’s
The “50 First Dates” star stressed in her blog post that love and sex are two different things.
She previously had a “open relationship” with Luke Wilson, according to Drew Barrymore: “WE WERE ELDERLY”

For the record, she wrote, “I do not detest sex.” “I have now realized that love and sex are just not the same thing I have spent my entire life seeking—to be a serene woman rather than a boisterous party girl. Additionally, what happens when you reach adulthood, are married with children, and believe you’ll spend the rest of your life with just that one person? What happens when that doesn’t happen? It, to put it mildly, rattled me to the core. I have my two girls, and for the first time in my life, I’m truly including self-love, too, so I am fortunate enough to have my cup overflowing with love.

Barrymore also drew reference to remarks made about seeing porn by 20-year-old musician Billie Eilish.

I actually really liked what Billie Eilish said about how young girls should filter the messages and visuals of the current state of sex in this contemporary world on “The Howard Stern Show.” Wow! I appreciate that. Rebels who love to lead the way are what we need.

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