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Jada Pinkett Smith Talks to Willow About Sex

Jada Pinkett Smith Was VERY Candid About Masturbation With Her Daughter — and Her Advice Gets an A+

Let's Talk About SEX!

This week at The Table we're talking sex. Jada Pinkett Smith reveals everything from losing her virginity to embracing abstinence, and her addiction to sex toys. Willow Smith shares how she first learned about sex, and Adrienne Banfield Norris explains how her introduction to sex created shame in her life.

Posted by Red Table Talk on Monday, June 11, 2018

Although talking about sex with your daughtersmasturbation, in particular — can seem taboo at first, a lot of insight can come out of an honest conversation. In her Facebook Watch show Red Table Talk, Jada Pinkett Smith decided to speak openly about it with her 17-year-old daughter, Willow, and her best friend Telana Lynum. Her own mother, Adrienne Banfield Norris, was also right by her side.

They hit on everything from what it was like to lose their virginities to the importance of women having orgasms to using sex toys and frankly, their banter is empowering.

"I think by your age, I gave myself multiples first," explained Jada. "Multiple orgasms. I was really into it at one point. Just because I was in an exploration state and I was abstaining from men."

Jada said that it was actually her grandmother who introduced her to the art of masturbation at a young age — because you shouldn't have to rely on a man for such things.

"She didn't want me to fall into the hands of a man, and if he gave me pleasure, to think that that was him."

"My grandmother taught me about self-pleasuring because she wanted me to know that that pleasure was from me," she said. "She didn't want me to fall into the hands of a man, and if he gave me pleasure, to think that that was him. And she taught me at 9!"

She also got pretty candid about her affinity for self-pleasure early on — to the point that she admitted to being addicted to the feeling.

"I actually think I went through kind of an addiction, too, with it," said Jada. "And then one day, I was like, 'Enough. You're having five orgasms a day.'"

Adrienne Banfield Norris spoke about how she used to feel ashamed about having sex because women are often taught they shouldn't enjoy it at all.

"The demons in the back of my mind are telling me, 'No, you shouldn't be doing that,' and 'No, good girls don't enjoy sex' . . . over time you realize, 'hey,'" she said.

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