"I never thought that would be something that’s so open to the public, but I can own that and I’m not ashamed of that," she says. "They are conversations that need to be had and I realize why people who are in the public eye don’t talk about (sex), because of the criticism that comes with it. It’s hard and people will make you feel like you shouldn’t. But I’m not going to stop because we need voices out there speaking their truth. I’m not going to stop doing that because I know I was called for this and I think it’s really important."