Why Lady Gaga Is Protecting Her Vagina

Jill Baughman

Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga on September's 'Vanity Fair'
Even though Lady Gaga dresses like a crazy person at Yankees games, admits to still doing cocaine, and house hunts in her undies, she's certainly conservative about one thing: sex.

She told Vanity Fair: “I’m drawn to bad romances. And my song ['Bad Romance'] is about whether I go after those [sort of relationships] or if they find me. I’m quite celibate now; I don’t really get time to meet anyone.” She also said that she's "lonely," but that it's her "condition as an artist."

And guess what she's afraid will happen if she has sex?

She said: “I have this weird thing that if I sleep with someone they’re going to take my creativity from me through my vagina.”

Even though that's an interesting way to put it, I do feel like artistry and sexuality can go hand in hand. Many of Gaga's songs, like "Bad Romance," were written as a result of her frustrations in relationships ... and in bed. There's no better time to write a love song than when you're actually head-over-heels in love or to belt out an angry rock song about loneliness when you're frustrated because you haven't gotten any in awhile.

Lady Gaga's celibacy seems to be working out for her, though, as she's more popular than ever with chart-topping hits and multiple award nominations. And really, what more sexual satisfaction do you need when you can make out with guys like Alexander Skarsgard in your music videos?

Although in my opinion, I feel like Lady Gaga could have a mental breakdown just about any day now. Maybe a nice romp in the sack would be good for her health.

On another random note: Isn't Lady Gaga's nail polish on the Vanity Fair cover amazing looking? Even though I'm a bit darker in skin tone, I may be on the hunt for that color for my next (at-home) manicure.

Do you think Lady Gaga's celibacy is a major part of the songs she writes?

Image via Vanity Fair

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