83-year-old Jane Fonda has always been distinguished by frankness in conversations with journalists, whether it is the expression of a civil position or personal life. The new interview of the actress to Harper's Bazaar magazine was no exception. In it, the star admitted that she regrets the lack of intimate moments in her life, and even shared her sexual fantasies.
The lack of intimacy-I kind of accepted it. I don't want to get back into a relationship, a sexual relationship. I have no such desire. I don't think I'm capable of intimacy. It's not about the men, it's about me. If a guy came up and said: "Come on, Fonda, show yourself," I would have run away in fear. Am I fantasizing? Yes, and here's my fantasy. I meet a professor or researcher, someone from this field who is really capable of loving, cherishing a woman, so that I can test myself and see if I can still. I think maybe I can now, but the problem is that I want a younger man. Isn't that terrible? It's the skin. I would like a younger man, but it's in vain,
The actress also explained why she thinks so.
I am very happy that I will never have to undress in front of anyone again, even by candlelight. And if I had to — I mean, in my fantasy, a man younger than me — it would be even harder. I'm being completely honest. I wish it wasn't true.,
Fonda said self-critically.
The actress also spoke about her marriage to media mogul Ted Turner (they were married from 1991 to 2001).
Part of the reason I start a relationship with a man is because I feel like he can lead me on a new path. I am attracted to people who can teach me something and whose life is different from mine, so I give myself up to it. First of all, I want to please him. This is a problem. When I married Ted... I mean, marrying Ted is like marrying 15 people! You must learn to hunt, and I have learned to hunt. You must learn to fish, which I did. He liked me to be sexy, and I did. And so on. Why be with Ted Turner if you're not going to allow yourself to dive into his reality and learn from it? And I'm glad I did it,