"It's funny because everyone is like, 'Well, you haven't had sex, so how do you know? Also, I have directors screaming directions from the sidelines so, you know, I think we get the shots.'"We caught up with Orji to talk virginity, dating and "Insecure."Does it get annoying to constantly be asked about your virginity? I tried to just give the basic, common-sensical things that I think were established a long time ago in relationships and some way, somehow are no longer valued. I remember talking to old-school African American grandpops and they're just like, "When I saw my wife, I looked up from across the street and I said 'That girl gon be my wife someday.' And we've been married 45 years." Like, what? Now it's like, you're at an event, you're dancing with somebody for two hours and they say, "Well, you know. I think the talk was twofold: It was explaining to people why I waited and what worked for me, but then it's also saying hey girl, I get it. But now, I'm actually at a point where life is good. It's very different from a booty call because it really just ends after dinner.
What's so funny is, I had a meeting with someone on Tuesday and he said, "So, you're the face of virginity! " Like, "I am virgin, but there's other things about me." So it's not annoying because it's a thing that I am, but it's just like OK, well what else? Hopefully I'll see you around." Hopefully you'll see me around? My 17-year-old self was not trying to be waiting, but I got bamboozled by Jesus. And so I would go on these dates that I knew weren't going anywhere. She just wants this one thing so bad and it's elusive to her how to go about it. You have these women of color who are crushing it, killing it at work.
First season, I was like, 'Does HBO know they're paying us to have fun?
' Like, we get to be friends and they cut us a check for that? Why do black shows like "Insecure" seem to resonate so well right now?
So am I going to complain that the universe dealt me one crappy card when it’s been dealing me so many good ones? Anyway, got lots of places to go and people to see.
We have a reliable vehicle that can take us wherever we want to go. Most importantly, our hearts are still thumping away inside our chests. Our new place feels like it’s exactly where we’re supposed to be right now.
Charlie Stelle, have been researching the landscape and found that people over 60 represent the most rapidly growing demographic in online dating.
(Hey, to echo Lloyd Christmas, there’s referred to it as the “Soho House of dating apps”—but if you can manage to get an invite, we say go for it. So good, in fact, Stephen Curry said he feels like he's on a dating show when asked about his relationship with teammate Kevin Durant."I've known him since 2009, basically, so we're not at each other's houses everyday, we're not that type of thing, but when you go through these battles from October until now, I definitely feel like I know him a lot better than I did," he said Tuesday, per Alysha Tsuji of The comments came after Curry initially joked he couldn't stand Durant."I feel like I'm on a dating show right now," the two-time MVP continued. I really like being around him, and hopefully that continues."It's not hard to see why Curry is appreciative of Durant's presence on the Warriors.The eight-time All-Star has dominated the Cleveland Cavaliers through the first two games of the NBA Finals to the tune of 35.5 points, 11.0 rebounds, 7.0 assists and 2.5 blocks a night behind a borderline-ridiculous 56.3 percent shooting clip from the field and 50.0 percent mark from deep.He has been an effective counter to Cleveland's Le Bron James, who spearheaded the Cavaliers' Finals victory and 3-1 comeback over the Warriors last year.Curry already has a ring and has proven he can carry a team as the primary superstar, but the 28-year-old Durant gives the Warriors a seemingly wide-open championship window to continue stockpiling rings if the core stays together.