Uh-oh, you guys. Apparently Bachelor Sean Lowe's "born again virgin" title has him all bent out of shape, because he doesn't think his choice to abstain from sex until marriage is anyone's concern but his.
When asked about the fact that he refuses to do the horizontal limbo right now, Sean told The Hollywood Reporter, Frankly, it's no one's business. It's just a personal matter for me."
Hmm. Sure sounds like celibacy is a pretty sore subject for Sean.
And while I totally get why he doesn't want to discuss it, I'm still not buying the "It's no one's business" bit.
Um, duh. It's everyone's business -- thanks to Mr. Lowe himself. (Hear me out.)
It's pretty simple, actually.
Dude. If you don't want anyone to know that you're a born again virgin, then don't go on a reality show and tell everyone that you're a born again virgin. (It's not rocket science.)
Sean made it very clear that he had no intentions of getting physical with any of the ladies on his season because he's saving himself for marriage -- which isn't exactly typical for The Bachelor.
Did he really think that people wouldn't be buzzing like crazy about his bedroom habits (or lack thereof) after he made it common knowledge that he's doing the whole virgin thing? His decision to be ultra-traditional is so opposite of what's considered the norm these days, so it's understandable that fans would be curious about his choice and want to hear more of the scoop.
Bottom line -- if you think your sex life is nobody's business but yours, then it's probably a good idea to refrain from addressing it in any way, shape, or form on national television.
Do you think Sean made a mistake by blabbing about his "virginity?"
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