Matthew McConaughey refuses to allow blackmail to have sex when he was a teenager to ‘beat him’

Matthew McConaughey said he refused to allow blackmail to have sex when he was 15 and was drugged and molested by a man when he was 18 who “beat him”.

The Dallas Buyers Club star, 52, previously shared the harrowing tales in his autobiography, Greenlights, and has now detailed conversations he had with his father that told him that’s not how anyone should be treated.

Speaking in The Conversation on Amanda de Cadenet: On the Men’s Podcast, he told of his parents’ lessons on sexual intimacy and respect: respecting sexual intimacy and respecting space.

Speaking out: Matthew McConaughey said he refused to let blackmailers have sex when he was 15, drugged and molested by a man when he was 18 “beaten him”

My dad always had this thing when we taught birds and bees, he sat me talking about birds and bees. “You’re old enough to accept?” And I said: Yes, sir.

Then he said, “Okay, he’ll go further that day. He’ll probably go where you’re going to get intimate and there’ll be boobs, and he’ll be there below the belt.” I paraphrase, and he says, “This will happen to you, too.”

Recalling his teaching about sexual satisfaction, he continued, “And so he went, speaking to me, saying, ‘Son, as a male in position,’ he talks to me of heterosexual intercourse, ‘If one day the girl, the female, feels hesitant, stop.'”

Even saying this, he said, “You might even feel like they hesitate, and after you stop, they might go, Oh, no, no, come on. No. Wait until next time.” And he was right, I did feel some sense where it was like, “No, no, no. Well, I’m outside.” And he says, “Okay, cool. I’m out.”

Memoirs: Matthew shared harrowing accounts in his autobiography, 'Greenlights', detailing conversations he had with his father that told him this was not how anyone (pictured as a teenager) should be treated

Memoirs: Matthew shared harrowing accounts in his autobiography, ‘Greenlights’, detailing conversations he had with his father that told him this was not how anyone (pictured as a teenager) should be treated

The girl said, “Oh, well, no, come on.” And I said, “No, no, no.” He said, “Trust you’ll have another day, if it must be.”

The actor was still able to have some “healthy sexual relationships” with girls who weren’t “ugly” after the blackmail.

He continued, ‘But I was very clear, again, it wasn’t right, it wasn’t cool, it wasn’t.

“Then I had some healthy sex and had girls who liked it and liked it, and we slowly became intimate and it was nice and clumsy, all that stuff, but it wasn’t ugly like that.”

His father James passed away in 1992 at the age of 63 when the actor was still in his early twenties.

Matthew said, “I was educated, and my parents instructed about respecting women, respecting relationships, respecting sexual relationships, respecting space” (pictured with wife Camila Alves in 2019)

Matthew said, “I was educated, and my parents instructed about respecting women, respecting relationships, respecting sexual relationships, respecting space” (pictured with wife Camila Alves in 2019)

When Matthew was molested a few years later, he said he “didn’t connect” the two experiences.

The actor revealed that he was molested as a teenager by another man in his memoirs.

Matthew wrote of the horrific incident in which he was “lost unconscious” by his male attacker when he was 18 and was assaulted.

The Dallas Buyers Club star adds that he was “in the back of a truck” when the attack occurred.

Golden Star did not receive treatment but said that the people around him helped him deal with the trauma.

Matthew vowed to himself that he would not let the abuse he experienced as a teenager make him “afraid of relationships” or stop him from trusting others.

He said: I will not be afraid of relationships because my first experience was blackmail. Oh oh. This is an aberration. No no. This is not the case.

And if I keep going — and I won’t let him beat me up. I’ll go, ‘I’m not going to let that defeat my sense of trust in people and say, ‘No, I can have a healthy relationship.’ It’s non-negotiable. number.’

He added: It happened. Did he deny that it happened? No, I do not deny that this happened. hideous. Ugh.

I still get it, I’m even telling you this story, but am I going to carry it? I choose, in a non-negotiable way, that I will not carry it, bring that baggage into the life I am going to live, how I treat people and how I trust people, how I look at the circumstances and the risks it may take.

Matthew’s 304-page diary Greenlights hit shelves on October 20, 2021, and he details the two incidents in his book.

Candid: The actor was still able to make some

Candid: The actor was still able to have some ‘healthy sexual relationships’ with girls who weren’t ‘ugly’ after blackmail

After the book was released, Matthew talked about why he felt it was not “constructive” to go into detail about sexual assaults.

“In the end, there’s nothing I feel constructive about the details,” he said on The Tamron Hall Show.

“I feel like these details, unless I had a really good constructive way of seeing that they could be related to other people, I felt like these details could have just been captured and reported to the voyeur.”

He said he didn’t want to exploit his shock because every major title and TV show would focus on hurting him.

“I’m also writing in the book I’ve never felt like a victim,” the action star explained to Gentlemen.

Reflection: Matthew's 304-page memoir, Greenlights hit shelves October 20, 2021, he explains both incidents in his book in detail.

Reflection: Matthew’s 304-page memoir, Greenlights hit shelves October 20, 2021, he explains both incidents in his book in detail.

‘Yes, were you a victim in these two cases?’ surely. But that doesn’t mean that I keep feeling “Oh, I was a victim”, or “I was a victim”, or that these two unfortunate events have turned me into the man I am or are even an excuse.

Matthew continued, “These two events happened to me at the age of fifteen and eighteen. If they had happened to me at a younger age, I would probably have been more confused.”

“But when they happened to me, it was very clear to me that they were wrong, that they weren’t perfect, that they weren’t what they should have been.”

He said he believes that having such clarity is why these attitudes don’t persist with him, confuse him, or leave him with an “unrealistic view of the way the world was supposed to work.”

Opening: His book was the first time Matthew (pictured in 2020) has spoken publicly about either incident, but he has shown his support for sexual assault charities in the past

Opening: His book was the first time Matthew (pictured in 2020) has spoken publicly about either incident, but he has shown his support for sexual assault charities in the past

was his book The first time Matthew spoke publicly about either incident, but he has shown his support for sexual assault charities in the past.

Born and raised in Texas, he attended the University of Texas at Austin. In 2019, he joined the university as an acting professor, but had previously offered his support in aiding their efforts to eradicate sexual assault on campus.

In 2006, he participated in the university’s Rape Elimination Program by helping to transport students home after dark. He was filmed driving a buggy around the campus to bring everyone back safely.

Matthew now has three children – daughter Vida, 12, sons Levi, 14, and Livingston, nine – and his wife, Camila Alves, eight.

Matthew originally met the Brazilian-born model, 40, at Hollywood hotspot Hyde in 2006.

2019 family photo: Matthew now has three children — daughter Vida, 12, sons Levi, 14, and Livingston, nine — with his eight-year-old wife Camila Alves.

2019 family photo: Matthew now has three children — daughter Vida, 12, sons Levi, 14, and Livingston, nine — with his eight-year-old wife Camila Alves.

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