Alison Brie Writes About Having Sex With a Gay Boy In College
Do you love Community and Mad Men star Alison Brie? We mean really love her, because you are about to find out some pretty icky things about Alison's life.
Alison wrote an essay about her sexual encounter with a gay friend in college for the new book Worst Laid Plans and the essay was reposted on Nerve.
Sure, not every actress would be willing to talk about their sexual exploits so openly, but Alison dishes about her romantic past with such humor, self-awareness, and intelligence that you have to forgive her if she gets a little TMI.
Alison talks about her "newfound sexuality" in college, where she discovered that she "was just easy" and developed her admittedly misplaced "sexual pride" in her extensive coital experience.
Where is this all leading to? Alison talks her fresh-out-of-the-closet male friend into having sex with her so he can find out if he really is gay or not (apparently he was having doubts).
As you may have guessed, things don't go so well. Do attempted sexual conversions of gay college friends ever go well? Alison's detailed description doesn't fit with the family-friendly message we have here at Celebuzz, but if we piqued your curiosity, feel free to read the full essay on Nerve.
Fortunately, Alison's sexual experince does have a happy ending, so to speak:
You'll be happy to know that Jon has accepted his homosexuality and hasn't had sex with a woman since. In fact he called me recently to tell me that he still has nightmares about that fateful day. I take it as a compliment. After all, I may not be able to turn a gay man straight, but I do leave a fellow with an experience he'll never forget.
That's the spirit, Alison!