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Sinead O’Connor is desperate for sex and is taking her cause to the Internet unless a “sex-starved” man comes forward to help her out, she’s threatening to do dire things to some poor yams.
In a recent blog post, entitled “IS SINEAD ABOUT TO HUMP HER TRUCK?” O’Connor writes, “My sh-uation sexually/affectionately speaking is so dire that inanimate objects are starting to look good as are inappropriate and/or unavailable men and/or inappropriate and/or unavailable fruits and vegetables. I tell you yams are looking like the winners.”
She continues, “Needless to say what I do for a living makes it hard for me to find men that only want me cuz they like my (legendary) arse. Yet I am in the peak of my sexual prime and way too lovely to be living like a nun. and it’s VERY depressing.”
The mother of four was once ordained as a priest in the Irish Orthodox Catholic and Apostolic Church (an independent group not affiliated with the Roman Catholic Church) and came out as a lesbian in 2000 (she has since qualified that statement).
Now she has an extensive list of demands for any prospective future mate, male or female. She says, “”Must be blind enough to think I’m gorgeous” and “Must not be named Brian or Nigel.”
She also has one very important request.
She writes, “Let me now take time to make VERY clear that yes I ‘do anal’ and in fact I would be deeply unhappy if ‘doing anal’ wasn’t on the menu, amongst everything else$$ So if u don’t like ‘the difficult brown’.. Don’t apply…”
O’Connor’s most recent album, Home, was released earlier this year.
O’Connor’s official site was down Tuesday, but a message stated that it was because the Internet host was in the process of closing down and transferring sites to another server.
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