I'm pretty sure Taylor Momsen must have lost her virginity at a very young age. Either that or she just likes to talk a whole lot about sex. Not so much in the Jada Pinkett "I have sex with my husband 24 hours a day" way, but the in-your-face shocking kind of way.
Hey, I love sex as much as the next person and Cinemax is my best friend. That being said, it seems that in her latest interview, Taylor has really decided to stretch her boundaries even more, and has even decided she is the one who should be giving sex advice to your kids.
She spoke to The Guardian this week and said, "You don't have to give yourself away just to have sexual relevance. Because I don't think sex is something people should be afraid of. It's part of human nature, so I don't think it should be so shameful – particularly for girls and young girls."
So, umm, do you read this the way I do? She says that people should not be ashamed about sex and even if you are a young girl it is ok to have sex? What is the delineation between girls and young girls here? Is Taylor Momsen the person anyone should be listening to sex advice from?
I watched "The Grinch" again the other day and it is so hard to believe that Cindy Lou Who is her.