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Millennial awkwardness: It’s slow, and the two are careful around Hannah’s now-protruding belly, but they really do seem pretty comfortable around each other, with the ease of people who have done this a million times. “Sorry, I just have a million things going on,” she says.Ray answers, “That’s OK, I’ve got a bunch of reading for pleasure to do,” before pulling out a copy of 45. Season 4, Episode 9, Jessa and Ace Position or act: Cowgirl/lotus Circumstances of sex: This is the only time we see Jessa have sex with Zachary Quinto’s Ace, the guy who used to date Mimi-Rose (Gillian Jacobs), who is now dating Adam.Millennial awkwardness: The gag about Hannah having no idea how to put her bridesmaid dress halter top back on afterward is funny in a very -ian way.But this scene is less about the sex than about using sex as an engine to drive the plot, so Hannah can demonstrate how frustrated she is with Marnie’s bridezilla behavior and Fran can reveal that Desi has been engaged seven other times. Season 1, Episode 5, Jessa and her ex-boyfriend Position or act: Doggy Circumstances of sex: Jessa bursts into her apartment and has sex with her ex against a window, even though her ex was just telling her about his new partner. Millennial awkwardness: In all the rush to get it done, Jessa fails to notice that Shoshanna is home, and though she calls her a “batshit little perv” for watching, she treats it as a teachable moment: “That was me showing that I cannot be smoted. Season 5, Episode 7, Elijah and Dill Position or act: Fellatio Circumstances of sex: Dill shows up drunk at Elijah’s place and starts to give him a blow job. Season 5, Episode 6, Marnie and Charlie Position or act: Cowgirl Circumstances of sex: Marnie reunites with Charlie after running into him years after their breakup, even though she’s married now.
No sooner than that does he reveal to her that she’s bleeding—her period has arrived. How many people have you slept with since we broke up?Millennial awkwardness: Dill falls asleep down there instead of finishing. Millennial awkwardness: After a whirlwind adventure around the city, Charlie brings Marnie back to his scuzzy apartment (he doesn’t even have his own bathroom), and they do it in his bed.A scene more notable for its context than for the specifics of the sex itself. Season 1, Episode 2, Jessa and a guy she meets at a bar Position or act: Digital stimulation Circumstances of sex: Avoiding going to the clinic for an abortion, Jessa needs something to take her mind off of it and picks up a stranger.” To which Adam one-ups her: “What the fuck am I gonna tell coach? Season 2, Episode 9, Marnie and Charlie Position or act: Standing Circumstances of sex: In the time since they broke up and now, Charlie has become a hot rich tech douche. “I don’t feel as though I am going to.” Their issues are completely out in the open, so points for honesty, but it’s still a pretty bleak scene. Season 3, Episode 6, Marnie and Ray Position or act: Missionary Circumstances of sex: Marnie and Ray have more hate sex.After a memorable performance of “Stronger” at his office party, Marnie remarks on their change of fortunes and how lost she feels, and before long they’re doing it on a desk. This clearly isn’t the same Charlie Marnie broke up with last year for being a wuss. Season 6, Episode 2, Marnie and Desi Position or act: Missionary Circumstances of sex: Marnie and Desi are getting divorced and Marnie’s officially with Ray, but she’s still banging Desi on the sly. Millennial awkwardness: So guilty does Marnie feel about cheating that when she starts to enjoy the sex, she can’t keep herself from yelling, “I’m disgusting, I’m fucking disgusting! Marnie asks him if he’s ever seen reality TV, to which he responds that he’s seen the Ken Burns jazz documentary about 17 times—a fitting metaphor for how different these two are.