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Jada Pinkett Smith opens up about having ‘sexual experiences’ with women

Jada Pinkett Smith opens up about having ‘sexual experiences’ with women

She is baring all in her new autobiography, which promises to ‘spare no details’ on Jada’s life

Jada Pinkett Smith has opened up about having ‘sexual experiences’ with women, saying she's aware there have 'always' been rumours about her sexuality.

Jada is baring all in her new autobiography Worthy, which promises to ‘spare no details’ on Jada’s life as she shares an ‘intimate conversation with readers’, answering questions about ‘her difficult childhood, her marriage, her parenting style, her career choices, and the intense scrutiny that followed "the slap"’.

The biggest bombshell came while Jada was promoting the book, revealing that she and her husband of more than two decades have actually been secretly separated for years.

"We’re still figuring it out," Jada told People in an interview to tie in with her new autobiography, Worthy.

"We’ve been doing some really heavy-duty work together. We just got deep love for each other and we are going to figure out what that looks like for us."

She goes into further detail in the autobiography, which was released yesterday (17 October) - speaking not just about her relationship with Will, but also previous partners, flings and ‘entanglements’.

In one part, she explains that she’s had ‘sexual experiences’ with women – who she thinks are ‘the most amazing creatures’ on Earth.

Jada Pinkett Smith has a new autobiography out.

Jada wrote: “Now, there have always been rumors that I'm gay – that I like women.

“Maybe that had something to do with clubs where I hung out, like the Catch, one of the leading LGBTQ+ spots in L.A. at this time that had nights for getting up and doing lip-synchs, and where I myself, on several occasions, got up onstage and lip-synched to all kinds of songs.

"I killed Madonna’s ‘Vogue’ there one night.

“The truth is that during those early years of exploration in Hollywood, I had a few sexual experiences with women, only to realize that when it comes to sex, I love men.

Jada said she's previously had 'sexual experiences' with women.

“Still, I cherish the beauty of women inside and out. And I never stopped being infatuated and in awe of women of all ages, sizes and colors."

Jada continued: “My belief is – women are the most amazing creatures on the planet, and I hold reverence for women through my friendships.

“What this season of my life taught me is that every woman should have the right and the freedom to explore and embrace her sexuality unapologetically by her own definition.

“Sadly, many haven’t. In years to come, I’d find it disheartening how many adult women I knew had never had orgasms.”

Featured Image Credit: James Devaney/GC Images/Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for Critics Choice Association

Topics: Jada Pinkett Smith, Celebrity