Meghan McCain has criticised A-listers including Gwyneth Paltrow and Meghan Trainor for publicly discussing their sex lives. In a Daily Mail column, the former co-host of The View called such discussions vulgar, stating that while boasting had long been indulged in by men, it was unacceptable for women to do so. McCain also criticised Rachel Bilson and Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos for sharing overtly sexual stories in public forums.
Meghan McCain criticizes celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow and Meghan Trainor for sharing their private sexual experiences with the public and calls for more modesty in society.
Meghan McCain, the former co-host of “The View,” has expressed her concerns about the recent trend of celebrities sharing their intimate details with the public. In a Daily Mail column, McCain slammed A-listers such as Gwyneth Paltrow and Meghan Trainor, who have been making headlines for their sex confessions. Paltrow had shared her experiences with her exes Ben Affleck and Brad Pitt on the “Call Her Daddy” podcast, while Trainor had talked about her struggles with vaginismus on her show “Workin On It.”
McCain called out the trend of oversharing as inappropriate, especially when it comes to discussing intimate details in front of millions. She felt that such behavior was not just limited to female celebrities, but also prevalent among men who boast about their conquests and compare their partners. McCain emphasized the importance of self-control and self-respect.
In addition to Paltrow and Trainor, McCain also criticized Rachel Bilson for discussing her favorite sex positions, which McCain felt sounded dangerous. She also took a dig at Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos, who have shared several NSFW stories over the years. McCain listed what she had learned about the couple’s “bedroom escapades,” including Ripa passing out during sex and the couple hooking up at Andy Cohen’s Fire Island home.
Overall, McCain spoke about the need for a more modest society and urged people to refrain from sharing their private sexual information. While she acknowledged that strong women are confident in their sexuality, she felt that it did not mean they should wear it on their sleeves. McCain believes that it is essential to have self-control to prioritize one’s self-respect.