Amanda Seyfried On Sexuality: 'I'm Already Sexually Liberated,' 'Lovelace' Star Says

Amanda Seyfried has been asked plenty of sex questions while promoting her new flick where she portrays famed “Deep Throat” star Linda Lovelace. When she spoke on the topic of sexual attraction she essentially said “sparks down grow in your vagina” and now the blonde bombshell opened up about sexual liberation when she spoke at the Cinema Society and MCM premiere of her new biopic, the New York Daily News wrote Wednesday.

“I’m already sexually liberated,” she told Confidenti@l. The film also stars major Hollywood A-listers like Sharon Stone, Chris North and James Franco.

The 27-year-old “Mean Girls” star didn’t feel uncomfortable during the sex scenes, but there were other parts of the film she found difficult. She told Confidenti@l: “The hardest part was being manhandled,” the Hollywood starlet explained. “I mean it’s hard as an actor to play these scenes, especially when they’ve actually happened and they’ve actually occurred to the heroine.”

Something else that was probably hard for the actress was dealing with her statement from a few months ago when she told Elle magazine for their August issue what body part dictates whom she should date. “I shouldn’t have,” she confessed about her shocking statement.

So where did this semi-outlandish statement coming from? The actress talked about dating A-list celebrities like Ryan Phillippe and Josh Hartnett. “Everybody I’ve dated I’ve been sexually attracted to immediately. Sparks don’t grow -- your vagina doesn’t become more inclined to wanting someone just because you’re around them.”

Check out Seyfried in “Lovelace,” which is slated to hit theaters nationwide Aug. 9. 

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