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Tamera Mowry-Housley Might Like Throwing “It” In A Circle
On the podcast, In Her Shoes, the 44-year-old was asked what others may be surprised to find out about her in the upcoming memoir, You Should Sit Down for This: A Memoir About Wine, Life, and Cookies.
The actress responded with a laugh,
“My sex life.”
She also revealed that her conservative persona even had her co-workers on The Real in shock whenever she mentioned intimacy interests,
“I remember talking about my sex life on The Real and all the girls would just be like, ‘What?’ ‘Huh?’ ‘You?’” she said. “And I think that there’s this stereotype — because I grew up very spiritual, religious, Christian — that you can’t love sex.”
During Mowry-Housley’s days on The Real, there were various times she emerged from her shell to talk about sex and things she enjoyed with her husband, former Fox News correspondent Adam Housley.
Back in 2018, she detailed how she likes to initiate intimacy saying,
“Okay, so mine is subtle. It’s all in my kiss. It’s a different case than the normal kiss, not like, ‘Hey honey, I’m home [kiss].’”
“No, it’s very soft, gentle, and I work around his face. I do and then I kiss him on the lips and then I give him eye contact. And then I end with a sly smile. You guys, I never see my husband move so fast in his life.”
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She’s been very vocal in the past about waiting to have sex before marriage based on her beliefs. However, while she did lose her virginity to Housley, Mowry-Housley admitted once on The Real that,
“I don’t know how to explain this, she said. “I’m religious, so I waited until I was 29 to lose my virginity.”
She may have honored her faith through commitment, but the actress reportedly had a test run with Housley before they were married. The couple succeded once but held off until they were officially married, per HelloBeautiful.
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The actress will be releasing her memoir in October. Fans and buyers can look forward to passages on her married life and devotion to her Christian faith.