Jessica Alba Talks Sex and Sexuality

May 13, 2008 By:
Jessica Alba Talks Sex and Sexuality

Jessica Alba graces the cover of the upcoming issue of Allure Magazine where she talks about sex and sexuality. In the mag she poses as Charlie Chaplin. Charlie Chaplin? Really random.

Here are some tidbits from the interview:

On Owning Her Sexuality: "I don't think I was comfortable with my sexuality until I was an adult, probably, like, 22 – that's when I stopped apologizing and stopped feeling ashamed. I did the Vagina Monologues in L.A. That made me proud."

On Her Steamy Public Image: "[Hollywood] always play[s] up your sexuality, because that's what gets men into the theaters. And I never really gave a s--- about all that stuff! It's nothing to be ashamed of. But it is definitely not what I am about by any means!"

On Sex Before Marriage: "I never believed women had to be virgins when they got married, or that a woman has to fall in love with a guy just because they're having sex. I don't think sex is a big deal. I hated the hypocrisy of it. Men can do whatever, and it's acceptable."