The breakout star of Kick-Ass opines on girl fights, kinky sex, and exes.As told to Saidah Petrie; Photography by Jana Cruder; (STYLING) Kelly McCabe. (HAIR) Bertrand W. For Shu Uemra Art of Hair/Traceymattingly.com. (MAKEUP) Stephen Solitto/Tenfoldtalent.com (LOCATION) The Crescent Hotel Beverly Hills. (CLOTHING) Bodysuit by Petit Bateau; Belt by Nicole Miller; Jeans by Ksubi; Shoes by Davis by Davis by Ruthie Davis; Ring by Shayan Afshar; Earrigns by Love Rocks NY Men say: Women are prone to cat-fighting and backstabbing.
Lyndsy Fonseca says: You become the company you keep. Sometimes you meet a girl who threatens you for some reason and you feel like you need to be bitchy to be better than her—we've all done that. I've learned from that mistake before, like, Why am I being so insecure about myself to make this girl feel bad when she's probably just as insecure as I am? Just suck it up and be nice to people.
Men say: Experimentation is the key to a good sex life.
Lyndsy Fonseca says: I'd have to agree with that, to a certain extent. There are certain things I would never try, but yeah, you have to be with someone that you're really comfortable with and you're not going to be self-conscious with. You have to be really upfront about what you want. I've dated guys before where I've not been comfortable; that's why it only lasted a few weeks.
Men say: If you trust me, you'll never ask me to sacrifice a friendship with an ex.
Lyndsy Fonseca says: That's a tricky one. There's gotta be respect from both places; it has to work both ways. If everything is upfront, then I have no right to be upset—he can be friends with whoever he wants. If I trust that girl, that is. Sometimes it's the other woman who's trying to do things the guy doesn't even know. As a woman, we can clock these things.