"I am having sex. Lots of it," the actor tells sexpert Emily Morse on a podcast.
Scott Eastwood spilled on his experience with "squirters" in a NSFW chat all about his sex life on his podcast this week.
"I have a lot of good-looking guy friends. We bring up squirters," the handsome actor said on his "Live Life Better" podcast Tuesday. "Now, I have had a squirter before, I've had several. I think they're great. I think it's awesome. I totally embrace the whole thing. But other friends of mine are totally freaked out about it and I'm like, 'What?!'"
Eastwood, who is the son of the Clint Eastwood, was talking to Emily Morse, a sexpert and host of the popular podcast "Sex with Emily." In case y'all didn't already assume from his occupation, family name and enviable appearance, the rising Hollywood star's sex life is great.
"I am single, dating... I am having sex. Lots of it," he said. "Everyone should be having sex, with themselves or with someone else."
He added sex is "the most natural thing we as humans do," and stressed that conversations about sex should happen in a relationship before it gets serious.
"I think you're right to talk about it like early on in the beginning," Eastwood explained. "Lay all the cards on the table and not be afraid to tell that other person what you're into. Because if you enter that relationship with false pretenses, then you're always like, how do you get into that."
The actor is best known for roles in "The Longest Ride," "The Fate of the Furious" and "Pacific Rim." And according to him, if all of his sexual partners graded him, he'd walk away with a pretty solid report card.
"I think I usually get a pretty good scorecard," he told Morse. "I'm a giver. I do ask, I do take a poll. [I care about their pleasure] first and foremost."
As for monogamy, which can be hard in Hollywood, he's not so sure.
"I feel both sides of the coin," Eastwood said. "If I'm in a relationship sometimes I'm like, 'God, I don't want to be in a relationship. I don't want to be responsible for somebody.' Then if I'm not in a relationship, then you're like, 'Ah, I want to be in a relationship. I want to Netflix and chill.'"