Kapamilya TV host Bianca Gonzalez and her husband JC Intal did an interview with G3 San Diego, answering a number of questions about their relationship as a couple — including one about their sex life.
G3 raised the question about whether or not sex is better with a basketball player or an artist. The question came after JC’s newfound passion for painting was brought up.
G3 asked: “Is sex better with a basketball player or with an artist? Kasi both are prolific lovers, ‘di ba? Kasi ‘di ba if you’re a basketball player parang 'ayy he must be so good with the ball and with an artist also?”
The movie and television writer wanted to know whether or not JC gives off the same passion when making love after winning a basketball game or after finishing a painting.
“No. I can’t compare because it’s the same person,” Bianca told G3, referring to the former professional basketball player.
“I honestly have never thought about it that way na I’m making love with a basketball player or an artist. Never,” she added.
While the Pinoy Big Brother host wasn’t able to give a specific answer, she said her husband is passionate about whatever he does.
“But, I have to say that one trait of his is he is passionate whether as a basketball player or as an artist or as a husband and as a father,” she said.
Bianca said she thinks it has something to do with JC’s astrological sign — Scorpio — to his being passionate, as what other people pointed out to her.
“Tsaka I don’t know if this means anything. I just learned this recently. He’s a Scorpio. So everyone always says ‘Oh my God he’s a Scorpio,” she said. “Scorpios daw are sexual. Scorpio nights. So Scorpio siya,” she added. “Always make love,” JC stated.
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JC, who has already mounted two exhibits, when his passion for painting began. “It started when I was in grade school, high school. But when I started playing basketball, nawala na ‘yung art,” he said.
On how his love for painting was reignited, he revealed that he realized it after he went to visit a friend’s house with a studio in it.
“When we went to his house, nakita ko ‘yung studio niya. Like sabi ko ‘Wait, artist ka pala. Napakagaling mo’ and then ‘yun, when I got home, sabi ko mag-paint kami ni Lucia. So du’n nag-start, nagpi-paint kami dito sa house,” he said.