This week on “CNN Tonight,” an award-winning show on CNN, a man and a woman shared a moment in their lives that changed their lives forever.
The man, John, had sex four years ago with a man he met on Craigslist, but the woman said she had never been in a committed relationship with someone of the same sex.
John and the woman, Samantha, are now happily married and live together.
John said he was “thrilled” to see that his “vagina” had healed.
John says he is happy to be married.
He said he and his wife had their first baby in August.
“We have three sons, three girls and one dog,” he said.
“We love to travel and we love to take care of each other.”
When we’re out together, I think we’re really happy, John said.
We love to explore and be with each other.
John said he believes the “vaginal vacuum cleaner” story is real, but he didn’t believe that the woman would come forward with the story.
“I’m a big believer in the power of the media to spread awareness about a topic,” he added.
“She is probably the only one who has really taken it upon herself to share that information with the world.”
John and Samantha are married with two children and a baby on the way.
John is a graphic designer who is a father of two young girls.
He works in the advertising industry, but said he plans to work full-time as a graphic artist when his wife is able to return to her job.
John’s story inspired a Facebook page that has been shared more than 20,000 times.
On Wednesday, he said he hopes the woman who wrote the story will come forward.
“The internet has helped spread this story far and wide,” he explained.
“I think the internet has done an amazing job in this situation.”
The woman told CNN that she has a “small fetish” for cats, which is why she has had sex on four separate occasions.
John hopes her story will “open the floodgates” for other people who may be having trouble with their sexual health, he added, and that the story is now spreading.
“People need to be able to have that conversation with their loved ones about their sexuality,” he continued.
“If they are going to talk about it, it’s not going to go away.”
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