The actor has teamed up with global nonprofit WomanCare Global to create the The Tryst Network, which aims “to improve the sexual health IQ of women and their partners through fun, reliable and empowering online content.”
And that gets a bloody big tick of approval from us.
“We want people to know that NO topic is off limits or shameful, and that no question is a bad question when it comes to seeking the answers you need to make an informed decision about sex and your body,” Jessica said in a statement.
“We don’t think we have all the answers, but we’d like to be the place you come to and then we can say, ‘Oh, you’re interested in that? Check out this website. Check out this author. Look at this book or this article’.
“There are empowering, body-positive sources out there, but they aren’t always easy to find and we want to make them more visible."
They’ve kicked off the movement with a hilarious video featuring Jessica chatting to TV host and comedian Chelsea Handler about making mates with their vaginas.
The mum-of-one also gave us a glimpse into how the project has improved her sex life with hubby Justin Timberlake, revealing that it’s helped her feel less ashamed about her sexual fantasies.
“It was something I used to feel guilty about and I’ve since learned to embrace it. This is who I am. It’s a wonderful part of sexuality and it can be a fun part of your intimate life alone or with a partner.”
She also shared how it has improved her confidence in the bedroom.
“I feel more confident to just tell the truth,” she revealed during a panel discussion at the 2018 Makers Conference. “I feel confident to say ‘You know what? I’m not feeling it,’ or ‘This doesn’t feel good,’ or ‘I like this,’ and I think that takes a long time.”