Stop Telling Your Friends About Your Husband’s Size & Bed Skills! – Stella Damasus Advises Ladies
Are you guilty of sharing how amazing your sex life is with your friends? Then, the new episode of Stella Damasus Diaries, is for you.
The actress who takes on many different life issues on the weekly Youtube show from mean tweets to relationships, is steadily gathering momentum with her over 4 -month-old show.
In a 7-minute long footage of the latest episode of the show, Damasus urged married folks to stay away from discussing their sex lives with friends. According to her this could be detrimental to their marriages.
Stating that women are particularly fond of this habit of ‘over-divulging’ information, the Atlanta-based mother of 2 noted that dishing out graphic and specific details like: size of your husband’s manhood, sexual prowess and skills, should be totally off the table.
“There are just some things that you cannot discuss as regards your marriage,” Stella Damasus started off.
Going further, to point out he human mind as a culprit, likely to paint pictures with the information shared, she said;
“… the human mind is very graphic. Guess what, the next time that friend of yours sees your husband, she will never see your husband the same way. This is how it works for everybody.”
“She’s imagining the length, the breath, the width, she’s imagining the jumping jack that he’s doing in bed and everything.”
“Every woman wants to be satisfied sexually. If you are a woman and your husband is satisfying you sexually, just say ‘thank God’ and keep it to yourself and be happy,” she admonished.
And according to Stella, if the friend(s) in question doesn’t(don’t) enjoy the same sexual satisfaction as you do, “it will take thunder to stop her” from agreeing to an affair, if your husband makes a pass at her.
Ermm… But Stella, why direct the warning to wives and females and not the ‘philandering’ husbands looking to do their partner’s friends?
Watch the clip here
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