Amy Schumer Says First Sexual Experience 'Was Not a Good One'

The comedienne says the experience "was not a good one."

— -- Amy Schumer is opening up about losing her virginity and, unlike her comedy, it isn't a laughing matter.

The comedienne described the experience, which happened when she was 17 years old, as "not a good one."

"I didn't think about it until I started reading my journal again," she told Marie Claire magazine. "When it happened, I wrote about it almost like a throwaway."

Schumer, 35, added, "He was saying, 'I'm so sorry,' and 'I can't believe I did this.'"

The "Inside Amy Schumer" creator said this first sexual experience wasn't the only one in which she felt betrayed.

"I had another time with a boyfriend where I was saying, ‘No, stop,’ and it was just completely ignored," she said in the magazine, on newsstands July 19.

Despite these experiences, Schumer said she doesn't want to be known as a victim of sexual abuse, especially since victims are often blamed for what happened to them.

"You know, with the rape survivor, it’s not just shaming, it’s fury," Schumer said. "It makes people so mad if you’re not a perfect victim."

Schumer is currently in a loving relationship with boyfriend Ben Hanisch, a Chicago-based custom furniture maker.

"I feel like Ben is the first guy who's really been my boyfriend. There are guys who, if they heard me say that, would want to punch me in the face but, yeah it's the truth," she said.