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Cameron Diaz as she strips off for sexy pool shoot

She may have been the star behind the hugely popular family friendly franchise Shrek, but Cameron Diaz's latest comments are most certainly for an adult only audience.
The 41-year-old has hinted in a recent interview with Glamour that she is attracted to women and says all women have lesbian tendencies, at one point or another.
While stripping off for a sexy photoshoot with the fashion magazine Cameron said: 'I think women are beautiful – absolutely beautiful.

'And I think that all women have been sexually attracted to another woman at some point. It’s natural to have connectivity and an appreciation for the beauty of other women.'
This is not the first time the Charlie's Angels star has spoken about her attraction to other females.
Back in 2010, Cameron said in a shock confession that she could be sexually attracted to a woman, and not be a lesbian.

 This time round, the blonde beauty seemed to be talking less sex and more appreciation for her fellow women in general as she admitted that her love for other women also meant that she didn't get envious around her female companions.
'I love women – and I don’t believe in female jealousy. I don’t feel like it’s a good feeling to have.'

 She continued: 'My parents always told me that whatever someone else had – in all areas – it wasn’t mine to be entitled to. That all I can do is the best that I can do – and that what’s most important is whether I can do better at what I’m doing.'
Having said that, the Hollywood actress admitted that she, like everyone else, has her own vanity issues.
'I have very little vanity – but at the same time I’m incredibly vain,' the starlet juxtaposed.
'If I see a bad picture of myself in a magazine, I don’t give a s**t. I’m, like, whatever. But it’s a funny thing being out in the world in the way that I am. You really have to keep yourself in check because it’s easy to lose your head.'
One thing Cameron is not worried about is her age. Happy to no longer be considered the young, unsophisticated girl on the block, actress says advancing in years will only get her better parts in movies.
'Now that I’m getting older, people have stopped asking me about proving myself and started asking me whether I’m worried that I won’t get any interesting roles any more – when, actually, older roles are the best roles for a woman. The ingénues are not getting the interesting roles now – they weren’t really ever. They were just being objectified.''

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