Tamera Mowry-Housley Reveals “I Waited Until I Was 29 To Lose My Virginity”

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    During a recent interview to promote her new talk show “The Real,” Tamera Mowry-Housley revealed that she waited until she was almost 30 to have sex.

    “I don’t know how to explain this. I’m religious, so I waited until I was 29 to lose my virginity,” the actress said on New York City’s Hot 97 radio. “You may not understand this [but] I did it, then I felt guilty, then I became celibate until I got married.”

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    Tamera’s co-host Adrienne Bailon chimed into the conversation and said “just because you only had sex with one person doesn’t mean you’re not a freak.”

    “I think people think that you could only be a freak by doing it with a bunch of people. You can be a freak and just be a freak with one person. That is beautiful and dope,” she said. “I think that that’s a good thing.”

    Tamera agreed. “I will tell you this; you want to know what’s so funny? They had a sex therapist [on the show] and guess who knew everything,” she asked while pointing herself.”

    In a previous interview, the 35-year-old said she and her hubby Adam Housley wanted to do things God’s way.

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    2 thoughts on “Tamera Mowry-Housley Reveals “I Waited Until I Was 29 To Lose My Virginity”

    1. Also, some people have sex with multiply partners and still do not know nothing. I bet you Tamera was more really for sex because she was able to learn who she was, what she wanted, and her mind was also ready. Too many times, people bodies are ready but they are NOT ready mentally.

    2. Wonderful. To be honest, there are more people who are virgins than you think. I know a woman who is 44 years olds and she is still a virgin. And there are people older than her who are still virgin. sorry but everyone is not “spreading their legs” as some people want to think.

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