Pictured: Ashley Graham and her husband Justin Ervin during a rare moment of not fucking. Unless… he’s got a side slit in his pants and his peen is really long and covertly made its way to her parts through her dress slit. It does look like she’s going, “oooh!”
Depending on who you ask, the key to a happy marriage can be anything from honesty to communication to patience to separate bathrooms to separate bedrooms to separate houses to separate lives. But if you ask world-renowned marriage and relationship expert Dr. Ashley Graham, she’ll tell you that the key to a happy marriage lies within your crotch. Because how can you and your spouse fight over money or them texting that gutter sludge skeezer from work if your mouths are busy 69ing?
Ashley did an interview with Elle, and they mostly talked about her podcast Pretty Big Deal. She also talked about her husband of 8 years, director Justin Ervin. Ashley and Justin waited to do each other before marriage, and she said that by the time they met, she had rubbed her parts all over half of NYC so she liked the idea of putting her cooze on ice until their wedding night. But now that they’re married, they’re busting nuts all over the place, even when they don’t want to. Ashley busted this out about how she keeps her relationship fresh:
“Just have sex! Have sex all the time. Even if you don’t feel like it, just have sex. I have found that if we haven’t had sex, we get snippy, and then if we are having sex, we’re all over each other. For us it’s like, ‘Oh, let’s have sex.’ And then we’re just right back in a great mood.”
Yeah, I don’t know. I’ve heard people say sort of the same thing, like if you’re fighting with your significant other, stop the fight by fucking each other. That wouldn’t work for me. I mean, do you really want the teeth-filled mouth of someone who is angry with you on your genitals? Not only that, but doing sex wouldn’t stop me from continuing to fight. I’d be like, “gurrr, gaaarrr aaaajklj err hakwkjlekeke.” That’s what, “bitch, you know I’m right,” sounds like when you’ve got a dick in your mouth.
And all that sex would remind you that you’re stuck with one piece of ass FOREVER. Although, I do agree with Ashely that the key to a happy marriage is lots of sex, but I’d add “with other people.”