Rebel Wilson confesses she didn’t orgasm until she was 39

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Rebel Wilson has opened up in her book about her relative lack of experience … down under.

The Aussie star has revealed in her recently released memoir, Rebel Rising, that she “truly experienced an orgasm for the first time” when she was 39 years old.

It turns out that after losing her virginity to a fellow actor at 35, Wilson was still on her journey to experiencing sexual pleasure and didn’t make it to the destination until she was almost 40.

She reveals in her book she achieved it herself after listening to sex podcasts and buying toys meant for pleasure.

“Is this what I was missing out on?” she recalled thinking once she climaxed for the first time.

Wilson said it finally happened for her after going on about 50 first dates and having sex with two of the people she was seeing.

She nicknamed this period in her life — during the year 2019 — her “year of love”.

“I’d never really learned about orgasms,” she reasoned for her late blossoming in Rebel Rising.

“When I’d had sex over the past few years, I’d never really thought about my pleasure,” she further explained.

“It was more about the guy climaxing, and then pretty quickly sex was over.”

The actor added that she had certainly “experienced pleasure” at some points, but never reached a climax like her male counterparts.

“My research for my ‘Year of Love’ taught me that there was so much more to sex than just the guy getting off,” she wrote. “I should have been orgasming too. That should have been a priority”.

After her year of love, Wilson, now 44, dated businessman Jacob Busch for several months between 2020 and 2021. Their split was confirmed in February 2021.

Meanwhile, Wilson’s tell-all memoir has seemingly been pulled from shelves in Australia.

The book was scheduled for release on April 3, however numerous retailers have removed the book from their websites.

One of Australia’s biggest book retailers, Amazon, has made the memoir unavailable to order, and noted to customers: “We don’t know when or if this item will be back in stock”.