Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: Ben Higgins Says ‘Bachelorette’ Hannah Brown’s Sex Confessions Are ‘Confusing’Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: Ben Higgins Says ‘Bachelorette’ Hannah Brown’s Sex Confessions Are ‘Confusing’

By Katie Sotack

In Bachelorette news, former Bachelor Ben Higgins is confused by Hannah Brown’s sex confessions in the most recent episode of her season. On a podcast interview with Bachelor Nation, Higgins admitted that Brown’s statements on whether having sex on the show was a wise decision seem contradictory. According to, this news comes right after Brown and contestant Parker participated in a raging fight on screen and social media war off screen on the issue of sex with multiple partners.

In celebrity news, Ben Higgins is confused about Hannah’s seemingly conflicting sex admissions. How do you know when it’s the right time to get physical with your partner?

Cupid’s Advice:

Have you ever been dating someone and wondered, “When’s the right time to hookup?” What’s too soon, and what will they think of me if we wait a long time? Here is relationship advice on getting intimate:

1. Are you turned on?: The number one requirement to figuring out the right time to be intimate is being aroused. If you’re feeling your partner, the environment, and the contraceptive measures are at your minimum requirements at least, you might be ready to get physical. There is still some question on whether this is the right time for you emotionally, but desire is the number one box to be checked off.

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2. Don’t be pressured: Just because your friend slept with their partner on the first date and your other friend waits until the 10th to get it on, doesn’t mean these timelines are right for you. Only you and your sexual partner can decide on the who, what, when, where, and why of your sex life.

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3. Ignore all advice: Physical intimacy is different for everyone. Sexuality is like a snowflake — everybody’s special and there’s no one size fits all. Instead of feeling worried about outside context, be mindful. Consider yourself, what you want, and what you are comfortable with. Then, proceed from there.

How do you decide when’s the right time to be intimate? Share in the comments below!