Proving she is still a sexy woman, Jennifer Aniston posed topless for Allure magazine, showing off her amazing figure. But, the fabulously toned A-lister also quipped that men can be quite sexist when it comes to her career.
The Friends alum looks super-hot, but yet manages to look cozy in the arms of the man who created her famous haircut for the popular ’90s show. Dressed in just a pair of form-fitting jeans, Aniston is sweetly embraced by Chris McMillan, who is also clad in only denim, although he’s also sporting an ample display of tattoos.
Other shots in the photo spread include one where Aniston is dressed in a delicate pink dress, revealing some major cleavage. The dress also showcases the star’s super-toned arms, proving she still looks awesome at the age of 45.
But, the Horrible Bosses actress also touched on how it irks her that men can be so sexist when it comes to her acting career. In her new film Cake, Aniston plays a character who suffers from pain after a horrid car crash. So, to truly play the part, she went without makeup and let herself go on set.
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“So much of the exercise was just letting yourself fall apart,” Aniston said. “A woman going physically unattractive is where you get recognition and some sort of respect. You read things like, ‘Oh, finally, she’s acting!'” She believes that this type of criticism is very “sexist, to be honest, because men don’t get that.”
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Aniston also admitted that while she’s very happy with herself and her life at the moment, she still dislikes the constant notion that she should have children. “I don’t like [the pressure] that people put on me, on women — that you’ve failed yourself as a female because you haven’t procreated,” she explained.
“I don’t think it’s fair,” Aniston continued. “You may not have a child come out of your vagina, but that doesn’t mean you aren’t mothering — dogs, friends, friends’ children.” She added that hearing she’s selfish and doesn’t want to be a mother still gets her “a little tight in my throat.”