Amy Schumer Shares Intimate Details About Her Life With Ben Hanisch
Celeb | October 13, 2016
Howard Stern was curious about Amy Schumer's sex life.
Amy Schumer, the author or Girl With the Lower Back Tattoo appeared on Howard Stern’s show on Tuesday. Still recovering from a bad case of bronchitis and a fractured rib, she still answered Stern’s questions.
"It didn’t take long before Stern turned the conversation X-rated. Schumer joked that she was the laziest person to hook up with, telling him, “When it comes to sex, I lay there like I’m going to get a CAT scan, so I’m not pleasing anyone. You know when you start dating someone, you’re like, ‘I love giving head?’ I don’t know what it is. I was just too busy, too tired, no lies, too busy.” Her boyfriend, Ben Hanisch, doesn’t put pressure on her to do something she’s uncomfortable with. “We love having sex with each other, but there’s no performing,” she said. “He’s so sweet.” She told Stern.
Schumer said that they have sex every day. Although, recently, it has been an issue. "You know what’s not sexy?" she asked. "Having sex with a girl whose ribs hurt. That's not hot."
Schumer continued to talk about their sex life as if she were talking about what she was going to make for dinner. She even talked about where she prefers Hanisch ejaculates. I’m sure her candor might have made some listeners blush. She did promise everyone that their jumps in the sack are nothing like what you see in a rap video.
Schumer in her book, wrote about some traumatic experiences of her life that made her have trust issues with men, including her now boyfriend:
- Being raped as a teenager
- Being in an abusive relationship as a young adult.
"I know logically that he's not [going to hurt me]. It's not who he is," she explained. "But I do have moments where I get afraid, and it's all my own stuff. He's the most gentle [guy]. He only wants to take care of me. But yeah, I'll get some sort of little bit of a flashback and kind of freak out. That's happened just one with us, but it's really upsetting to me that it's still part of my DNA. But talking about those experiences with Hanisch" probably helped us get closer."