"... Sex is a nightmare in real life until you meet the person you click with. When you’re pretending, multiply that anxiety by a thousand. You wake up in the morning and you’re like, 'Oh no, I’ve got a spot on my bum', or you’re in the middle of a scene and you’re like, 'Oh no, is my breath weird?' or, 'Oh, no. She’s nice but does she think I’m trying to cop a feel? But I’m really not, I’m just trying to do my job'."
Let's be clear that X-Men's James McAvoy is talking about sex with actresses on camera rather than sex with previous, personal sex partners. I think. I mean, it'd be perfectly acceptable and honorably candid if he were talking about sex partners of relationships past, but gosh.
Can you even imagine having that kind of anxiety about whether or not you have a "spot" on your bum? Do people even really worry about that kind of stuff in real life?
Poor, awkward James McAvoy. Or rather, poor, awkward on-screen lovers of James McAvoy. So much to deal with.
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