Lizzy Caplan Shows Off Sexy Body, Talks 'Masters of Sex' in GQ
Lizzy Caplan, whose news project "Masters of Sex" will premiere on Sunday, September 29, shows off her sexy body and dishes on the new show in an October issue of GQ. A photo on the magazine shows her wearing a tank top dress and she wears an unbuttoned white shirt in another snap, flaunting major sideboobs.
The 31-year-old actress discusses her Showtime series and love in an accompanying interview. "If you watch 'Masters of Sex', you will score chicks," she says of the series. Caplan, who plays a researcher who studies human sexuality on the show, adds, "This is everything your readers need to know. I know that the show will be equally relevant to men and women, if for no other reason: tits!"
The "Mean Girls" star apparently thinks that the series can be perceived as an educational show. "They basically figured out that the female body is far better equipped for sex than the male body. Women can have multiple orgasms; men cannot. They're actually the sexual athletes, not the men," Caplan says of the things she learned from the series.
To the magazine, the actress also opens up about love, saying, "If a guy said to me I reminded him of his childhood pet because of how much he loved her, I would say 'I'm very uncomfortable with the word love, and so please get out of my house.' " She adds, "There's nothing more offensive than when a guy only uses half of his tongue on the first date. For what? Unclear. Just use all of your tongue whatever you do on the first date."
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