A few sites have posted this article about Jessica Alba wanting no-strings sex. The Sun quotes a Cosmo interview with Alba that goes,
“I just wanted to see what it was like to be with different people. I don’t think a girl’s a slut if she enjoys sex. I could have a one-night stand, and I’m the kind of girl who looks over in the morning and is like, ‘Do you really have to be here?’ I don’t need to cuddle and do all that stuff because I know what it is and I don’t try to make it more.
I feel like a lot of women try to make it into more, so they don’t feel so bad about just wanting to have sex. I don’t really have a problem with just wanting sex. Never have.
Even when I was a virgin and wanted to marry the first guy who I slept with, I never passed any judgments about that. But now I’m done with dating around.”
You may wonder why it seems so familiar. The answer is because it was published more than 2 years ago in March of 2005. Flipping through my huge collection of Cosmo magazines — Google, but whatever — confirms it. Of course, Fantastic Four 2 comes out this Friday which has a lot to do with this quote resurfacing. Kudos to the publicist or the studio or the horny dude whacking it to old Cosmo mags.
Another thing I’ve confirmed is that the men who write for Cosmo are fairies. For example, consider this commonly asked question by a female reader, “My boyfriend’s been pushing me to have a threesome. Should I?” Ian Kerner’s answer may surprise you. Or maybe not when you realize you’re reading COSMO and that Kerner was born with only half a Y chromosome.
Thanks to reader Brian for keeping an eye out for anything related to Jessica Alba and koalas. Weird.