Monthly Archives: December 2010

Losing it: Celebs and virginity

Ah yes… virginity. It is good at the time, but I wouldn’t want it back. Most people have their first sexual experience between the ages of 16 and 17, but not all as these celebrity figures reveal.

Anthony Kiedis of the Chili Peppers and Lost star Matthew Fox were reportedly just 12 when they had sex for the first time – but not with each other! That’s a bit young methinks. Kiedis’ first sexual encounter was apparently with his father’s girlfriend, which is kinda creepy…

Johnny Depp was another early beginner. He was just 13 and had his first experience with a groupie when he was on tour with his band The Flame.

According to her mother’s memoir, famous virgin Britney Spears was not so virginal after all. She was 14 when she lost her virginity to a high-school football player, which sounds ridiculously like something out of an American teen movie.

Actress Lisa Kudrow and supermodel Adriana Lima both waited until they got married. Kudrow was 32 and Lima 27. Tina Fey lost her virginity at 24 to the man she eventually married, claiming she “couldn’t give it away” beforehand, perhaps proving that while women appreciate a good sense of humour in men, it ain’t always reciprocal…

Any one have a story they’d like to share? C’mon, you know you want to…

Barely there condoms

The biggest issue people have with condoms is that using them doesn’t feel as good as skin-to-skin contact. Which, admittedly is true… Although STIs are no picnic and it’s certainly better to be safe than sorry.

Durex has come up with a range of barely-there condoms which should help. Durex Deluxe and RealFeel allow for the transfer of body heat, meaning you should be hardly able to feel them. Neither are made with latex, so that’s good news for those who are allergic. The Deluxe is the thinnest condom ever made. The Fetherlite Ultra is latex, but only 50 microns thick, making it the thinnest latex condom ever. Plus it designed to be snug at the top of the penis.

I’d like a male perspectives on these, so if any of you have tried them, let’s hear what you think.