Chrissy Teigen, Kim Kardashian and other Hot Celebrities That Said They Make Time for Sex

  1. Kim Kardashian, Chrissy Teigen and More Celebs Who Say They Schedule Time for Sex 

    A story in describes how many top Hollywood celebrities have to schedule time for sex play. For instance, Kristen Bell and her husband Dax Shepard say they stay in constant communication about their sex life, “We’ll be like, ‘OK, it’s been how many days?’ We find a night when nobody is coming over and we don’t have to work super early in the morning, and then we slot it in.”

    Kim Kardashian told her sister Kendall Jenner, “The doctor said when I have sex I have to lay down for, like, 10 to 20 minutes, so I just had sex before you guys got here. He said it takes 10 minutes for a sperm to swim up there. I’m going to wait like 5 more minutes just for this to marinate inside of me.”

    Khloe Kardashian supposedly enlisted best friend to help her create an intercourse schedule around her ovulation calendar when she was trying to have a baby, and Chrissy Teigen and husband John Legend schedules their sex life around her dishes.

    “Because I’m an overeater, when I eat, I eat. And I’m eating till I do not want to be seen or felt,” Chrissy revealed. “We’re so full and we eat very late, around 10:30 or 11 p.m., because my meals tend to take a very long time. So I cannot tell you the last time we had night sex. We’ve very much into, like, middle-of-the-night, morning and random daytime sex — because that’s how important food is.”

    And Desperate Housewives superstar Eva Longoria opened up about scheduling sex with her then husband in 2010. “I work three to four days a week [in Los Angeles] and then fly to Texas to spend a long weekend with Tony, this means we can only have sex on the weekends.”

     Us Weekly

How Trump Met Stormy Daniels

  1. When Trump Met Stormy Daniels: The Strange Story of Four Wild Days in Tahoe  

    A story printed in GQ described how Donald Trump had ended up having sex with adult sex star Stormy Daniels (Stephanie Clifford) while playing in a golf outing in Tahoe.

    It was the middle of the summer in 2006, Trump had just turned 60 when he decided to play in the annual American Century Celebrity Golf Championship at Lake Tahoe, along with other celebrities including Lance Armstrong, Dan Quayle, and Ray Romano, and a group of adult actresses sent as emissaries from the porn studio Wicked Pictures.

    According to the story, while Trump was golfing a practice round at the Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course on Thursday, July 13, 2006, he “stole glances at one woman in particular — at least that’s how she’d recall it years later. A buxom blonde with Chanel sunglasses, she went by the stage name Stormy Daniels and she was then a rising star in the world of adult entertainment.”

    At some point that morning, Trump and Daniels found themselves riding together in the same golf cart. According to an interview Stormy Daniels later gave to InTouch, Donald Trump made it clear to her that he wanted to see more her, “I want to come talk to you later,” Trump allegedly said to her.

    Stormy Daniels said that was the weekend the two began their supposedly months long sex affair, that Trump denies.

    According to GQ, that same weekend Trump began his affair with Playboy Playmate Karen McDougal, and another porn star that he met there who came forward with the 2016 allegation that Trump kissed her and two friends without permission. Karen McDougal is currently suing the National Enquirer’s parent company, which paid her $150,000 and whose chief executive is a friend of President Trump’s.

    Stormy Daniels will be telling all in a 60 Minutes interview that CBS announced it would air on Sunday, March 25th. Even ex-reality TV star Donald Trump , who seems to think and act like he still is one, will probably be impressed with the ratings this broadcast will generate.

    What a weekend.

    Read the entire GQ story here.

    GQ Magazine

  2. Stormy weather, or how a meeting at a golf resort blew up into a Trump scandal  Los Angeles Times
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