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Joe Jonas' secret sex life

Joe Jonas' secret sex life

Joe Jonas enjoys bringing "whips and leather" into the bedroom.

The DNCE singer has said his new song 'Be Mean' is written about experiences he shared with someone when he got "a little crazy" in the bedroom, and has urged people to "try a little bit of something new" to spice up their sex lives.

He said: "Some people say, 'We finally can talk about these kinds of things, and we want to go wild and crazy,' but really, it's just stuff we're going through. I feel like I'm free in my life to speak about it, and yeah, everyone should try a little bit of something new in the bedroom.

"It's definitely fun when you bring some whips and leather and whatever you may be into - a little bit of S&M - into the bedroom. I wrote it about me and someone I was getting wild with, and maybe (we) busted some outfits out - you know, you get a little crazy. It's a fun song, and I hope people can have fun with it and learn from it."

The former Jonas Brother singer has also opened up about his increased attention from gay men via the direct messaging feature on Twitter, and says he finds it "funny", but takes it "as a compliment".

The 27-year-old musician said: "I'm seeing it just through DMs. It's quite funny. But I take it as a compliment. It's cool. At the end of the day, for me, it goes back to the music, and DNCE has done a lot of cool concerts, like Pride shows. We have a lot of gay fans, and we love that they're so supportive, so hey, if that makes them happy, it's all good."

And the 'Cake By The Ocean' hitmaker says people often ask him about his sexuality because he is "in touch with [his] feminine side".

Speaking to, he said: "I'm in touch with my feminine side. Look, I love fashion; I love to dress well. I love certain things like that. And I have a lot of gay friends, as well, so that could probably point them in that direction. But again, the gay community is something that is close to my heart, so I don't mind. Hey, if they wanna think I'm gay, it's fun."