Jada Pinkett Smith maintains that her sex life with Will Smith is good
After her recent words about their sex life made news, Jada Pinkett Smith is clearing the air about her relationship with Will Smith.
Co-hosts Jada Pinkett Smith, Willow Smith, and Adrienne “Gammy” Banfield-Norris discussed their sexual experiences and preferences with celebrity guest Gwyneth Paltrow on Wednesday’s edition of “Red Table Talk.”
Maintaining a good sex relationship with husband Will has needed “hard” effort and open communication, Jada said during the frank talk.
Jada rushed to Twitter on Wednesday to explain her remarks after numerous news agencies ran stories such as “Jada Pinkett Smith Tells Gwyneth Paltrow Why It’s Hard to Maintain a Sex Life With Will Smith.”
“Only because I have some free time today.” Jada wrote, “Stop making up headlines.” “Take a look at the @RedTableTalk I did with @GwynethPaltrow. In the bedroom, Will and I have never had a problem. “Thank you very much.”
Paltrow connected with Gammy about their successful sex lives as relative newlyweds while promoting her new Netflix series “Sex, Love & Goop” on “Red Table Talk.”
“It’s almost as if I’m cheating a little bit, you know?” Paltrow married TV producer Brad Falchuk in 2018 after divorcing Coldplay singer Chris Martin two years before. (In 2016, Gammy married Rodney Norris.)
Paltrow spoke out about her lengthy sexual “adventure” with the “Bad Boys for Life” star and the “pitfall” they want to avoid after expressing her love for Jada and Will’s decades-old relationship.
“It’s difficult,” she said. “We began at a very early age, 22 years old,” says the narrator. So I believe you want your spouse to know [what you want], particularly when it comes to sex, which is why the responsibility element really touched home for me. ‘Well, if you love me, you should know.’ ‘If you love me, you should read my thoughts.'”
“Isn’t it strange, though?” Paltrow went on to say. “It’s as if no one reads your thinking, and we’re heartbroken.” Like, we’re so dissatisfied…. “Where did you acquire that?”
Overall, the women felt that discussing freely and honestly about their wants, no matter how “uncomfortable” such talks may be, is the key to a good sex life.
“I’ve outgrown it,” Jada said. “You tell me what you’re looking for. Tell me what you’re looking for. And, on top of that, I’m aware that I’m responsible for doing the same.”