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13Quotables: Olivia Wilde’s Ex-Husband Destroyed Her Vagina

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“I felt like my vagina died. Turned off. Lights out … you can lie to your relatives at Christmas dinner and tell them everything on the home front is just peachy. But you cannot lie to your vagina. Sometimes your vagina dies. Then you know it’s time to go. There’s no reason to sacrifice your womanhood and femininity for some sort of weird feeling of responsibility to something that may not be right. I feel like far too many women do that. [Men] are not allowed to be the only ones thinking with their genitals.”

OK, so I get the idea that, to some women, sex is very, very, crazily, insanely important in a relationship. It pretty much trumps everything. But I’ve also spoken to women to whom sex is kind of secondary. And that’s OK, too. Me, I’m somewhere in the middle. If I really, really love someone and I’m blissfully happy with them, sex is not necessarily the number one priority; it’s more a bonus than anything. It’s like, even when the sex is “bad,” it’s still pretty good, because it’s sex, you know? Bad sex is pretty much always better than no sex at all, so that’s kind of why, while I respect girlfriend’s ideals that Sex is Aces, I don’t really understand where Olivia‘s coming from on this one.

Or, better yet, not coming. From. On this one.

Also, pardon my crap Paint project. I’m a writer, not a graphic designer, OK?

October 10, 2012 at 7:30 am by Sarah
Filed Under: Olivia Wilde

13 Responses to “Quotables: Olivia Wilde’s Ex-Husband Destroyed Her Vagina”

  1. Simon Jadis says:

    I’ll be honest: “Olivia Wilde’s Ex-Husband Destroyed Her Vagina” sounds like an object so imposing that she could not physically withstand it was involved. And THAT just sounds like someone whom I would like to meet. #slutproblems

    This…makes a lot more sense. I totally understand wanting to bang other people. I don’t really “do” relationships, but I think that you need a mind AND body connection that endures to make a relationship work. Otherwise, you’re just friends with semi-enjoyable benefits.

  2. Harriet Meadow says:

    Yeah, I think her point here is not just that she likes sex and she wasn’t getting enough of it or getting it good enough. I think her point (at least, what I’m getting from what she’s saying) is that she completely lost all sexual attraction to her husband, which is an entirely different thing and definitely worth re-evaluating the relationship. Because while sex isn’t the most important thing, not having any physical attraction to your partner whatsoever is a really BAD sign.

  3. Bus says:

    Am I stupid for taking a while to figure out what the heck you were talking about with that whole paint project thing…? With regards to the death of Olivia’s vagina: what a bitch. How’s her ex supposed to feel about that? Now everyone’s going to assume that she married him for fame and that he either has a small PEENUS or is simply bad in bed. And what’s she…some sex goddess? Bitch please. Maybe he just wasn’t into her. You know, some, er, most people look better with their clothes on: just look at Ashley Greene in a bikini *shudders*. Maybe SHE’s better with her clothes on or maybe she’s such a super bitch that he simply did his duty as a husband rather than really being into it. Maybe HER vagina is a dark cold cave of nasty secrets where a man’s all knowing PEENUS shrink out of protective instinct…huh? Huh?!?!? … but don’t get me wrong, I’d still hit that.

    • Liz says:

      Haaaaaa! You called her snatch a cold dark cave! Priceless! I personally don’t see the appeal in this girl. Didn’t she marry an Italian prince when she was 18? And shortly after her fame began to rise her title was out shining his and she cut sling load & left? And I do recall reading one of the reasons why she left was because she felt she had better trade up potential with her new found fame…. I think the reality is she married very very young & men & women alike change with time. It has nothing to do with winkies or snatches. She said this lame quote of nonsense while at an event for the vagina monologues. It’s a sound bite. A poorly formed & laborious sound bite at best. ….and she has an enormous forehead. Jennifer Love Hewitt-esq in size. Just had to get that out. I feel better. And my vagina feels better.

      • Bus says:

        Oh thank god! The condition of your vagina is a top priority for mankind. I’m sure we’ll all rest a little easier knowing your vagina is well tended but should you need assistance tending to your vagina, I’m sure there are many persons (don’t want to make sexual preference assumptions) that will help *ME! PICK ME!*.

        To answer your questions:

        Prince: yes
        Outshined and divorced: yes
        Married too young and grew up: yes
        Forehead: holy shit! I never noticed and now I can’t….stop…looking…at…forehead…TITS!…back…to…forehead

  4. ToolGirl1 says:

    I think that you are all missing the point: She did not state that she harboured ill-feelings about her ex-husband in any other way, nor did she make any derogatory comments on his penis size. What Olivia WIlde is saying is that she lost ALL sexual desire for him. The idea of having sex with him became completely distasteful to her. That is when she knew that she had to leave the marriage: she realized that she still had sexual feelings and wanted to have sex, just not with him. She is to be commended for her honesty. For the women out there that have experienced the same thing, most would never verbalize it, and keep thinking that they were alone in this crisis, and stay in the marriage if nothing else was terribly wrong. Olivia WIlde has provided a thinking moment: can you remain married to someone that you have no desire for a sexual relationship with? Or not?

    • Sarah says:

      I think you can love someone and sacrifice a lot for the sake of loving someone, especially if what you’re sacrificing isn’t all that big a deal [to the individual]. To Olivia, yeah, it apparently is, but to others, it might not be. I think you can definitely remain in a relationship with someone any not be sexually attracted to them.

    • Bus says:

      I think you are all missing another point: that this woman went and told everyone that she didn’t want to have sex with her husband and did it in a very bitchy way. Of course if she’s not attracted to her husband and if that was understandably a priority for her, she should divorce him but to go out and make her private and potentially embarrassing reason public is just a huge bitch move.

  5. Laura says:

    What’s so difficult about this? If you’re not comfy with someone (anymore) you’re not turned on by this person and if you’re not turned on by someone you used to be turned on by… you’re probably not comfy anymore… because you keep asking yourself what has changed…
    And if you we’re not turned on by someone in the first place then why would you have a relationship with him/ her an not just be friends?

  6. MJRyan says:

    You know what? I think it’s best that I do the right thing which is to accept the blame. I admit, I am responsible for dis-proportioning her va-jay-jay. Now please keep in mind that I didn’t do anything kinky, it was just straight, regular p-tang poundin’. Just imagine what her bunhole looked like after I Tapped that Ass! Yeah I did it and I’m here to represent it! Wassaaaap?

  7. Matthew says:

    It all depends on who you are. I’ve been with my partner for over 13 years. We haven’t had sex at all in 8 years and most likely wont ever again. I’m 40 he is 55. He has a extremely messed up back. His spine is basically jelly. Anytime the motor gets going his back pain kicks in. He is such a good man. I’m so lucky to have found him and I know it was meant for us to be together. I do miss being close to him but I love him and he loves me. I’ve gotten used to not having sex. It’s just not a big deal. Sex is important but love is more important. At least to me. I think after all this time I’m a virgin again!

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