Christina Aguilera Gives Some Very Raunchy Details About Her Sex Life In New Interview

Xtina has been getting “dirrty” since the early 2000s and she hasn’t slowed down since. The singer has always been pretty frank and unapologetic when it comes to her sexuality, but the 42-year-old has never gone into as much detail as she did during a recent podcast interview. Appearing on “Call Her Daddy,” Christina Aguilera went into some pretty NSFW details about her sex life with host Alex Cooper, and fans have been eating it up.

  1. Xtina describes herself as a “promoter of the swallow.” That’s right, Christina Aguilera thinks it’s a “good thing” and she’s not backing down. “Swallowing is really a good thing. It’s got a lot of protein,” she explained. “There is something to be said [for swallowing] after you put in the hard work.” Huh.
  2. She also loves experimenting in the bedroom. No boring missionary for her. Christina Aguilera is grateful her fiance Matthew Rutler is open to trying different things when it comes to sex. That hasn’t been her experience in the past. “There are some guys that don’t like their balls being touched… and there are some guys that like brutal things to happen to them,” she explained. “There [are] a lot of different levels,” she recalled.
  3. Christina Aguilera has had sex in a whole lot of places. She told Cooper that she’s had sex while “bent over the soundboard” in the recording studio, on an airplane under blankets, and more. There’s basically nowhere she’s not into getting down and “dirrty” (sorry, I had to).
  4. All in all, Aguilera thinks sex and everything that comes with it is a “beautiful thing.” She doesn’t think women should have to hide their sensuality or be ashamed of it. She certainly won’t! “I’m not gonna see myself as you see me. I’m gonna own my sexuality. For myself,” she said. “Sexuality is a beautiful thing. And we need to take care of it as women to really make sure that we prioritize it and ourselves and what it means to us because every woman is different.”

Jennifer has been the managing editor of Bolde since its launch in 2014. Before that, she was the founding editor of HelloGiggles and also worked as an entertainment writer for Bustle and Digital Spy. Her work has been published in Bon Appetit, Decider, Vanity Fair, The New York TImes, and many more.
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