Surely, we thought, The Sun have got it wrong or taken the quote out of context. So we did some undercover investigating and bought a copy of the paper. Well, we found one on the train. The suduko was already finished which was a bit annoying but anyway, there it was in black and white, a direct quote from Cattrall saying, “I’m no expert on sex.” Ah, that’s pretty conclusive.
“I’ve felt under huge pressure in the past to be one, because of the characters I’ve played,” she said, “The thing that changed for me was becoming sexually happy. I’d not been for years but then I was with a partner who was sensitive and who listened. It’s not all about the orgasms…it’s about the journey.”
Despite Kim’s bombshell, we know better. She’s just being modest. This is, after all, the woman who played tri-sexual sexpot Samantha Jones for donkey’s years. Surely some of Sam’s carnal know-how rubbed off. Well, it seems it did because in 2008, Cattrall wrote a book called Sexual Intelligence.
The book, a sort of lovers guide to night-time naughtiness, answered some of (sex) life’s quintessential queries, including, “Why do we kiss?” and “Are big penises better?” In our experience, it rather depends on what you’re using them for. Anyway, it’s exhibit A in our defence of Kim Cattrall’s position of sex expert.
So, rest easy Britain, it seems Kim does know more than us after all. And remember kids, whatever saucy shenanigans you get up to in your spare time, we’ve just one tip for you: keep it safe. That’s why we’re wearing a condom as we write this.
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