The hot men of ABC daytime talk sex! And ET brings you the video as they discuss topics such as the three-date rule, if bad sex is a deal breaker, if they cuddle after sex and if they believe that women fake their orgasms!
"If you want to have a good sex life as a man, you have to do certain things that are necessary for a woman to have the same great experience you are having," David Gregory, who plays Robert Ford on "One Life to Live," says about cuddling after sex.. "If you go zero to 60 and that is it and you are happy, what does it for her?"
Brandon Barash, aka Johnny Zacchara on "General Hospital," shares: "In romantic situations, I do like cuddling after sex because I am a very hands-on, sensitive guy, contrary to who I play on TV. Cuddling is great. Waking up with a girl that you feel passionately for and having her there and being able to hold her, I just love it."
David Fumero, "One Live to Live"'s Cristian Vega, keeps an open mind when it comes to bad sex, saying, "It depends [whether or not it is a deal breaker], because sometimes bad sex can become better sex. But if it is just bad sex with no promise of a future, then, yeah."
And what does he think about when the sex is bad for a woman and she fakes it? David says, "I know as a rule it is more than I would say right now. Everybody has read these surveys and it is like 75 to 80 percent. I would just like to know if you feel you have to then I am not doing something, or something is not right. I would just rather know. Otherwise, it might be the same thing over and over again and we are not going to get anywhere."
Most of us think that the three-date rule, meaning no sex until the third date, is something that women subscribe to more than men. But surprisingly, "General Hospital"'s Chad Duell (Michael Corinthos) says he needs more time than that: "I would never, ever have sex with a woman in three dates. It would take a long time for me personally to be able to do that. If a woman did that in the first three dates, she is not for me anyways. I need to feel like I have a future with this woman, maybe get married, then we can start taking about getting physical."
When it comes to spying on girlfriends, Jordi Vilasuso, who plays Dr. Griffin Castillo on "All My Children," reveals he has done it in the past: "It is the worst because if you get information or not, it is going to constantly be in the back of your head. I think don't do it. Whatever is going to happen is going to happen. Accept it. But don't be that person who looks through her e-mails and stuff like that."
"All My Children," "One Life to Live" and "General Hospital" air weekdays on ABC.