Madonna has been in the biz for many years after being thrust into the spotlight in 1979.

The 64-year-old has been hit with countless controversies since she launched her career with the star being embroiled in so much backlash over the years that she's been banned from certain countries.

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Regardless it's never stopped Madonna from being incredibly open with her fans – especially when it comes down to her sex life and spilling on all the intimate details.

As the star turns 64, Daily Star has looked into some of Madonna's raciest ever sex confessions from bedroom quips to her feedback in the bedroom.


Madonna has been completely open about her love of masturbation – confessing it once almost led to her being arrested.

Speaking to US Comedian Dave Chappelle in her documentary Madame X, Madonna said: "I always masturbate, I'm known for it.

"You're known for smoking on stage, I'm known for masturbating on stage."

Once when performing Like a Virgin in Toronto Madonna was threatened with arrest due to the masturbation scenes in the show.

However, she ranted that she wouldn't "change her art" to meet Toronto's rules.

Although she didn't get arrested, she performed it as she wanted to and said it was a "cause for which I am willing to be arrested".

'F*** me then get out'

Madonna also confessed in her Madame X documentary that she likes men to 'f*** me then get out'.

The confession came as the star vowed she's only just getting started when it comes to living a scandalous life as she teased there is far more to come where she's concerned.

The star also told how she "loves to irritate people" and doesn't mind being completely open and honest about her thoughts and feelings.

She said: "I love to irritate people. You know people hate my grills so I wear them. They hate my eyepatch, so I wear it. You hate that? I hate you. F**k you."

'Small d**k' jibe

Madonna doesn't hold back with her racy jibes and it was only two years ago that she confessed she's "never been with a man with a small d**k".

According to The Sun, kicking off her show in 2020 with a joke, Madonna reportedly said: "What do you call a man with a small penis? The answer is, I wouldn't f**king know. I've never been with a guy with a small d**k.

"You know size matters, don't pretend that it doesn't!"


Madonna also said in the same show that she's "good" at oral sex.

In yet another cheeky quip she boasted to the audience: "Usually I kneel for about 20 minutes and that's fine. I'm good at it, so I've been told."

The star was joined on stage by her toyboy boyfriend at the time, but the pair have since called time on their romance.

Sex with Guy

Madonna famously wed Guy Ritchie and the pair had a long relationship before going their separate ways.

However, ahead of their split one thing which wasn't faltering was their bedroom antics with Madonna previously telling Elle magazine that their sex life is "amazing".

She did however say their relationship at the time was a "challenge", but admitted if their relationship was easy the star would have got bored.

They parted ways in 2008 after eight years of marriage.

Sexy snaps

Aside from Madonna's multiple sex confessions over time, her snaps are what truly gets people talking.

The star loves to post seriously sexy snaps online as she poses in multiple outfits from fishnet tights to tight and latex corsets – and nothing is deemed too much for Madonna.

Whether fans love it or hate it, Madonna wants to keep going with her saucy snaps and, at times, even risks a penalty from Instagram but the star keeps coming back with her dazzling outfits.

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