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amy adams is not an asexual, and alarmingly!

On the eve of that fighting film she did with Mark Wahlberg (OSCARS? SMELL IT? BECAUSE I DO) coming out nationwide, the recent-babymama and gorgeous amazing superhuman Amy Adams has come out to say she's not asexual, despite people's notions of her otherwise.

Amy Adams spoke about an interview with a reporter who seemed to be stunned the new mom and redheaded actress had ever had sex.

“I didn’t know what to say,” Adams said. “I was like, ‘Excuse me if it takes a minute to process the fact that you think I’m asexual.’

“Anyway, there’s something great about the world thinking I’m so innocent. Only it’s not true.”

Adams recently gave birth to daughter Aviana with fiance Darren Le Gallo. She reveals she enjoys being a parent and it hasn't affected her career.


Read more: http://www.thirdage.com/news/amy-adams-sexy-adams-insists-she-isnt-asexual_12-13-2010#ixzz182zZeyZs

seriously though, if anyone in Hollywood was to be capable of an immaculate conception, I wouldn't put it against her.

she's also starring in the new Muppets film, which will be out Thankgiving 2011. Also, say "Amy Adams asexual" ten times fast.
thank youuuuu

Comments

  1. Simon the sassy lesbian bitch.December 18, 2010 at 1:26 AM

    It's true; I just imagine her starring in every single PG Hallmark film ever made.

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  2. hey, do you want to make an L Word web of all the women we have been attracted to and see how many we have in common? you're such a Shane.

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