Sigh. Just as Sean Lowe's season of The Bachelor was starting to look a little bit promising (as far as drama goes), he had to go ahead and spill the beans about his sex life and ruin things for us.
No, he didn't slip and accidentally reveal the name of the girl he chose during the final rose ceremony. And no, he didn't give us any juicy details about what did or did not happen during his fantasy suite dates. (Damn.)
Sadly, Sean revealed a sex confession that's much worse than both of those things combined.
Apparently Sean is still a virgin, or at least that's what it sounds like from a statement he made about his feelings on the subject of sex. He said, "I do think sex is something special and should be shared with the one you're going to spend the rest of your life with. The physical stuff will always come later."
Ok, what's the deal? If Sean's sentiments reflect how he truly feels, then he must not have done the dirty yet, right? But back in November, he supposedly claimed to be a "born-again virgin," which means he's not really a virgin at all, he just likes to think that he is. (What gives?)
Seriously, it's kind of impossible to be both.
But whatever kind of virgin Sean is, he basically killed any hope of his season getting steamier and more interesting from here on out, because it's highly obvious that he doesn't plan on engaging in any sort of hanky panky with the ladies. Or at least that's what we can probably assume based on his "the physical stuff will always come later" bit.
Unfortunately in Sean's case, it sounds like he means much later, because if he doesn't plan on getting it on with anyone until he's married, then there's no way we're going to have the pleasure of seeing it on national television. (Total bummer.)
(OMG. Who else wishes Arie was The Bachelor? Whew! We'd all need a cold shower after each episode.)
What's your take on Sean's virginity? Do you think it's sweet, or super-boring?
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