If you’re a fan of HBO’s new show, ‘Insecure’, then you have gotten to know the funny, sassy, and overly-sexual character Molly, played by funny and adorable actress, Yvonne Orji.

First, can I just say how happy I am that ‘Insecure’ has been picked up for season 2???

Anyway, if you’re not hip to the show (as you should be), Yvonne’s character is best friends with the lead character, Issa Rae, who plays the fictional version of herself. ‘Insecure’ is based off Issa’s web series, which has garnered a lot of praise from fans and critics alike.

You’ll be pleasantly surprised to know that Yvonne is the total opposite of her character, Molly, who seems to have trouble making the right choices with the men in her life. In real life, Yvonne is a proud virgin and confesses to have never masturbated!

Read part of her interview with ‘The Breakfast Club’

Charlamagne: In my research of you I found out you’re a virgin
Yvonne: True story
Charlamagne: And you a hoe on the show? Okay, not hoe…
Yvonne: She not a hoe!
Charlamagne: Sexually free

Charlamagne: You ever played with yourself?
Yvonne: No actually I don’t.
Angela Yee: You’re a masturbation virgin also?
DJ Envy: You have never masturbated? You lie!
Yvonne: I promise you.

Charlamagne then asks how people know she is a virgin, and Yvonne responds that it’s not something she hides.

“I don’t hide it… the same way people know somebody had a one night stand. It’s like you can say that and I can say no absolutely I haven’t.”

Watch Yvonne’s full interview below. She discusses her virginity between marks 1:30 and 8:30.

 

HBO is gearing up for the premiere of “Confirmation”. The Anita Hill biopic chronicles Hill as a law professor, who became the center of one of the biggest political scandals in the U.S. in 1991. Hill made folks aware of the seriousness of sexual harassment in the workforce when she accused her former boss and Supreme Court nominee, Clarence Thomas, of sexual harassment.

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Kerry Washington will portray Anita in this much-anticipated biopic.

 

“Some of the issues are still rearing their head, in terms of gender and in terms of race and how we understand those things,” Washington said Washington said at HBO’s “Confirmation” panel discussion. “The outcome that happened is that the conversation began and we want to make sure that conversation continues.”

Washington is also an executive producer on the project.

Confirmation debuts this April on HBO.

Will you be watching?

 

 

Source: LA Times