In case you haven't heard yet, Sean Lowe just had a new movie come out for the Christian nonprofit group, I Am Second. Wait, don't get too excited yet. It's not a movie move -- more like a short nonfiction film about his life.
(I know. Totally cool.)
Anyway, guess what one of the topics he covers in the film is?
Yep. He explains why he decided to become a born again virgin -- and you're honestly not going to believe his reasoning.
I would feel extremely guilty [after sleeping with someone], but after that guilt faded, then I would start talking to some other girl and go down the same path of destruction. It's been a great thing for me. I didn't give in to my sinful nature.
Uhhhhh ... what?
His "sinful" nature? Sorry. It just sounds so strange when anyone refers to premarital sex as a sin these days. (Spread the love, people! It's 2014!)
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But let's talk about his comments before the "sinful" thing. I'd like to paraphrase what he had to say, if you don't mind. How shall I put this?
Basically, he'd sleep with a girl, then feel like shit about it probably because he had no intention of getting remotely serious with her. But then he'd say, "Aw, to hell with it!" -- and bang another chick and repeat the cycle over and over again.
OMG, people! Sure sounds like our boy Sean was a serious player back in the day, doesn't it? No wonder he wanted to dial things back a bit once he got into the reality TV biz. Think how scarred his reputation would have been if he hadn't held back during his season of The Bachelor?
Dang. Now that the truth has been revealed, it's obvious that Sean is a whole heck of a lot more savvy as far as working reality TV to his advantage goes.
Well played, Sean. Well played.
And I guess it's safe to assume his ladies' man days are over? Let's hope so. Otherwise Catherine Giudici may have wound up getting the raw end of the deal in marrying him.
Do you think Sean used to sleep around?
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