Goldberg also offered a fail-proof solution for narcissistic men in bed, joking: "If you get an electronic partner, you don’t have to worry about that"
Turns out Whoopi Goldberg may prefer a casual one night stand to a long-term sexual partner!
On Tuesday's episode of The View, the women were discussing a New York Post article that correlated a person's ability to be "good in bed" with narcissistic tendencies. As the group debated how long it would take to "weed" out a narcissist before hopping into the bedroom, Goldberg confessed she didn't care about her partner's self obsession.
"Listen, a good hit-and-run is a good hit-and-run. 90 percent of the time, I’m not there for conversation," she shrugged as her co-moderator Joy Behar agreed.
"One man is not enough for most women," Behar explained. "We need two guys: we need a narcissist who is good in the sack, and a man who is able to take out the garbage. I don’t mind having a narcissist, but I’m not going to marry them. But great for that night."
When Alyssa Farrah Griffin admitted she pictured narcissists in bed like "Patrick Bateman in American Psycho," Goldberg offered up a fail-proof solution to a partner who may be a little too into themselves.
"You know, if you get an electronic partner, you don’t have to worry about that. Because they’re good when the batteries work, and they’re not when the batteries out," she quipped.
This isn't the first time the Sister Act star has opened up about her sexual experiences.
When the ladies discussed polyamory during last month's episode of The View, Goldberg encouraged her fellow moderators to be more open-minded towards the thought of ethical non-monogamy.
“You guys have to widen your arena of people that you know,” she said at the time. “’Cause it’s not just sleepy little towns. Listen, if you can do more than one thing at a time, you can have a polyamorous relationship. OK? If you can chew gum and walk, you can do more than one person.”
After Sunny Hostin suggested to Goldberg that it seemed like “you’re speaking from experience,” she replied, “If I seem like that, it’s because I’m good like that."
Goldberg has also previously expressed her satisfaction with living the single life. “People keep saying ‘Well, you’ll find somebody,’“ the EGOT winner told Tamron Hall in 2019. “I’m not looking for anyone. I am very happy. I don’t want to live with anybody.”
She added that after three marriages, she didn’t want to make a commitment to another person.
“When you make a commitment to someone else, it’s a commitment to ask their opinion and listen and work it out with them,” she said. “I don’t want to do that. I don’t want to share money. I know it’s terrible, but I don’t want to do it.”
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