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Khloe Kardashian opens up about losing her virginity

Published 11/04/2016

Khloe Kardashian
Khloe Kardashian

Khloe Kardashian's late father Robert came to her rescue after her first ever break-up.

Reality TV star Khloe Kardashian was scared when she had sex for the first time.

The 31-year-old opened up about losing her virginity on her website on Monday (11Apr16), admitting it wasn't a fun experience.

"It's not funny to lose your virginity!" she wrote. "It's weird and you're scared and it hurts and you don't know what will happen. I was 15 and he was an older guy who wasn't a virgin. I don't really remember it hurting but I do remember that I just wanted to get it over with."

Khloe added it took her a number of years to get used to her body, and know exactly what she wanted from a lover.

"You definitely don't have an orgasm your first time," she candidly continued. "I didn't for the first few years! I didn't even know what the feeling was until I had one; I just liked the intimacy part. When it happened, I was like, 'Ohhhhh, that's what that is!!!'"

As well as discussing her first sexual experience, Khloe also opened up about her first major break-up when she was 17, revealing that, as expected with the Kardashian family, it wasn't without its fair share of drama.

"He was so mean," she recalled. "He lived in L.A. but his mom lived in Atlanta, so on Valentine's Day, he told me he was going back home to Atlanta and just left and never came back.

"Later on, he called me and asked me to fly out there to meet him. My dad warned me not to go, but I did. I got a voicemail from him and he said, 'I'm sorry. I can't do this'. I was 17, in Atlanta, with no money or credit cards."

Thankfully her late father, Robert Kardashian, came to her rescue, booking her into a hotel and paying for her flight back the next morning.

"My dad and I never, ever talked about it again," she said. "He knew how heartbroken and embarrassed I was, and I'm so thankful that he never said, 'I told you so'."

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