Project Runway cast members offer x-rated sex advice, discuss sex with show groupies

If Project Runway withdrawal is starting and you don’t know what to do with yourself, try having sex. And if you don’t know how to do that, four Project Runway cast members have some advice in Nerve magazine. They also talk about how the show has affected their own sex lives.

Diana Eng, also known as “Dirty Diana,” tells Nerve that she once received a death threat from an obsessed fan. Answering sex questions, she suggests that people “Initiate a dirty conversation” to see if their partner is into dirty talk. “Like, ‘Hey, what kind of porn do you like to look at?’”

Zulema, who’s married to a woman, she “did talk about her [wife], they just chose not to air it.” By way of advice, she suggests the way to convince a woman to get a Brazilian wax is to “Go into the bathroom, light candles and put the steam on. Make it hot, sweaty, lusty and shave her down. She’ll be so caught up in the moment, she’ll be completely waxed and cleaned.”

Naturally, Jay McCarroll offers the funniest and most outrageous advice; for example, he suggests a break-up be remedied with “Anonymous sex. … I don’t care if you’re sixty-one. I’m horny. You’ve got a mouth and I have a dick to shove in it.”

He says that he has, in fact, had sex with show groupies: “I’ve been in a situation where they’re like, ‘Wait a minute, are you that guy from Runway Project?’ And I’m like, ‘Yeah, I have your dick in my mouth right now. Let’s talk about this after you come.’ True story.”

Sex Advice from Project Runway Stars [Nerve]

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