The Huffington Post Gay Voices section is thrilled with new remarks by Cameron Diaz in May's edition of Glamour magazine (U.K.).
"I think women are beautiful - absolutely beautiful," she proclaimed. "And I think that all women have been sexually attracted to another woman at some point. It's natural to have a connectivity and an appreciation for the beauty of other women."
The Huff-Po reports this is not the first time the 41-year-old has been open about her sexuality. In the 1999 film "Being John Malkovich," Diaz played Lotte Schwartz, a character who has a trippy sexual experience with Maxine Lund, played by Catherine Keener. This role was later mentioned in 2010 when Diaz discussed sexuality during a Playboy interview.
"We are who we are. We all know what drives us," she said. "Sexuality and love can be different things. I can be attracted to a woman sexually, but it doesn’t mean I want to be in love with a woman. If I’m going to be with a woman sexually, it doesn’t mean I’m a lesbian. We put these restraints and definitions on people, but it’s hard to define."
As for what she wants in a man, Diaz sounds like a centerfold. Rudeness is a turn-off, and too much cologne, but she wants too personal hygiene, and a good sense of humor. "I love British humor and British men."