We’re used to seeing Madonna tap into her sexual side these days. Now, the 62-year-old is recalling a time in her youth when she began to explore.
The icon took to Instagram to give fans a sexually-explicit sneak peek of her upcoming self-directed biopic.
“I discovered masturbation when I was 19. This dancer girl brought it up to me. She said, ‘Do you have a boyfriend?’ I looked at her like she was speaking Arabic,” Madonna read aloud in a video.
“‘I don’t blame you, masturbation is so much more enjoyable,’ she said. The concept of masturbation had not even occurred to me. ‘What do you mean? Don’t tell me you don’t masturbate!’ How do you do that? So she described it to me,” she continued to read, going on to explain that she went home and tried it herself.
“And I went okay, now I get it. That’s what people are supposed to feel during sex. That girl that told me about masturbation, she was a life saver.”
“It’s the little things that you take for granted in life,” Madonna noted afterwards.
Madonna was joined by her co-writer on the project, Oscar-winning screenwriter Diablo Cody.
Cody is known for her work on Jennifer’s Body and Juno.
The explicit story follows Madonna’s recent performance at a tiny New York bar where she left very little to the imagination.
The star wowed fans with a surprise performance for Pride week, writhing and dancing on a bar top wearing a blue wig, high-waisted leather hot pants and a totally sheer fishnet top.
She sung a handful of her hits at New York’s Boom Boom Room, balancing precariously on the bar as she busted out her 2005 global smash Hung Up.
Guests spotted at the exclusive bash included Madonna’s boyfriend Ahlamalik Williams, 27, her eldest child Lourdes, 24, model Emily Ratajkowski and US talk show host Andy Cohen.
“Take nothing for granted and learn to love yourself,” Madonna told the crowd during the brief performance.
The performance marked Madonna’s return to the stage after her Madame X tour, which finished in March 2020, just as the pandemic was sweeping the globe. Since then, Madonna has mostly kept in touch with fans via her Instagram account – sometimes with controversial results.
Originally published as Madonna details X-rated meeting