Megan Fox told GQ that she once had a girl-girl relationship with a stripper
Foxy Megan Fox Dons Bikini for GQ; Talks Lesbian Sex and Ball-Cupping
MrSkin.com has never before given out a "Woman of the Year" title. Today, we might have to change that.
Super-seductive Transformers man-eater Megan Fox is featured in the latest issue of GQ magazine, and the things that pour out of her perfect pouty mouth—dating a Russian lesbian stripper, loving discussions of her sex life, thoughts on touching her boyfriend's genitals in public—are enough to make us want to build a temple to worship this goddess of libido-wrangling. Or erect a statue in her name, at least.
According to IMDb, Megan told GQ that she once had a girl-girl relationship with a stripper:
"Well, that year my boyfriend broke up with me, and I decided--oh man, sorry, mommy!--that I was in love with this girl that worked at the Body Shop. I decided that I was going to get her to love me back, and I went out of my way to create a relationship with this girl, a stripper named Nikita."
"Look, I'm not a lesbian. I just think that all humans are born with the ability to be attracted to both sexes. I mean, I could see myself in a relationship with a girl--Olivia Wilde is so sexy she makes me want to strangle a mountain ox with my bare hands. She's mesmerizing. And lately I've been obsessed with Jenna Jameson but ... oh boy."
Megan also took the opportunity to explain those famous paparazzi shots of her grabbing boyfriend Brian Austin Green's groin:
"I don't understand why they're so scandalous. When they first came out, it was like, Megan Fox was giving Brian a blow job in pub—I mean, uh—a hand job in public. First: Who gives hand jobs? Who's given a hand job since seventh grade? Not me. And who does it at a café on a public street? I touch him all the time. It's just like, if you have a girlfriend, you grab her butt or whatever. That's all it was, but it became a big deal. I don't know why. For me, touching Brian's dick for two seconds—that's not part of our sex life. That's me playing around; you know, you just cup it a little. For a few seconds."
And if Megan's publicity team tries to put a virtual sock in her pretty puss to keep her from saying such naughty things, they best think again, as Fox promises:
"Sex is something that everyone does, so why can't I talk about it?"
Oh, you've proven you can, Megan. You can and you will. And we will love it. After all, what other woman has the power to make us wish we were Brian Austin Green's nads?