Loose Women presenter Coleen Nolan, Jane Moore, Carol McGiffin and Brenda Edwards spoke about whether it was appropriate to discuss your sex life with people outside your relationship.
Jane kicked off the debate by making it clear that she didn't want to know what happened in anyone's bed
While Jane and Carol were adamant that they thought it was not appropriate, Coleen and Brenda said they were much more open about talking about bedroom antics.
Coleen said: "I am mortified girls because I talk to everyone about it.
"When I'm having it, when I'm not.
"Like when something is happening in the bedroom and you're thinking, 'I'm not sure if that's right', or if something is not working and you think 'is it him, is it me, is this normal?'
"It's good to say to your girlfriends, 'this is happening, or 'this is hurting' and they tell you it's totally natural."
She added: "I just love it, I think you're all really selfish for not discussing your sex lives with me.
"What kind of friends are you?
"I like it when you walk into a room and you say 'All right Mark? I know what you've been up to last night'."
Meanwhile, Loose Women was a shorter episode today as the show was cut short by Boris Johnson's speech at 12.30pm.
This Morning ran later, with Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield hanging tight while Prime Minister Boris told people at home about the new rule changes.
As Loose Women finally started at 12.50pm, the women shared their thoughts on the new rules, with Jane saying she thought that Boris would be hoping the R rate would drop enough to relax the rules at Christmas.
Carol told the women that she was too cross to talk about the speech as the women then moved on to speak to late Emmerdale star Leah Bracknell's widower Jez.
Loose Women continues tomorrow at 12.30pm on ITV.