Jada Pinkett Smith Says She Was Once Addicted To Porn

May 21, 2019 / Posted by:

Jada Pinkett Smith sat down with her mother, Adrienne Banfield-Jones, and daughter, Willow Smith, at that round red table which has gotten more secrets out of the world than anybody since Oprah Winfrey, and the three women had themselves a talk about porn. During the discussion, Jada, who once admitted she was a sex addict, said that she was also the Queen Of Porn–and had an “unhealthy relationship to porn” during a time in her life. Jada has dipped her toes in many ponds; truly she is knowledgable on everything!!

E! Online reports that Jada admitted there was a point in her life when she was too much into the hot stuff. The hot stuff being: steaming hot pornography. While sitting down with her mom and daughter to get deep into the nitty gritty because I guess someone has to (do they?).

“If I was still on my porn game, I’d be able to show you some good porn. Back in the day I had a little porn addiction, but I wasn’t in a relationship when I had a porn addiction, believe it or not, thank goodness.”

Then she ameliorated that statement saying it was actually worse:

“We’re here to talk about the effects of pornography on relationships… This is an interesting one, and I actually feel like I was using ‘addiction’ a little lightly. And maybe I’ll say now that I had a ‘unhealthy relationship’ to porn at one point in my life where I was trying to practice abstinence.”

Jada doesn’t really get into it too much, which is like: why not? Girl, I want to know about that, but her daughter did manage to get her to get a little deep about why she was using porn during her period of abstinence. Jada says the porn filled a void:

“It was actually like filling an emptiness, at least you think it is. But it’s actually not.”

Then the women talk a bit about Willow and Adrienne’s experience with porn and how it has been both helpful and harmful in their opinions, before transitioning into talking to Garrett and Arial Johnson–who are part of the Porn Kills Love/Fight The New Drug anti-porn campaign who tell their personal story of Garrett’s porn addiction, which–no offense–after hearing sounds like more of a personal issue more relational to the way men lack the ability to communicate their emotions openly, and not something relating to porn specifically. But hey, people who campaign for things usually have a personal experience tied to it, right?

This is the Internet and 30% of its content is porn so I’m glad you came here and read this post on your way to or from jacking it. Hopefully things don’t get out of hand for you the way they did Jada and Garrett.

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