Los Angeles, June 27 (IANS) Actress Lena Dunham says losing her virginity was an “uninteresting” and “terrible” event of her life.
The 32-year-old opened up about her personal life when she sat down with SiriusXM host Bruce Bazzi for an episode of “Lunch With Bruce”, reports dailymail.co.uk.
“I was almost 20. I was a late bloomer… I went through my whole freshman year and half my sophomore year and I barely kissed anybody,” Dunham said.
“I did it halfway through my first year at Oberlin. And I was like, obsessed with getting it done. I acted like being a virgin was like have the plague. If anyone found out, I was like, appalled.
“I remember then when it finally happened it was so, uninteresting, bordering on terrible. Literally, as it was happening – and he was a very nice guy – I was like, ‘This was what I allowed the last two years of my life to be about?'” she added.
The “Girls” star even had a crush on a girl in college and worried about what it meant for her whole identity.
“What does this mean? What am I going to do? The idea that I would have a crush on a girl seemed like it could upend my entire identity.”
But she said nothing happened with her crush apart from some hand-holding and sharing a bed.