Before Black Swan star Mila Kunis dished to The Advocate for a Q&A in its January issue, who knew she was one of us? Sure, there’s Kunis’ now-infamous lesbian sex scene with Natalie Portman — but other than that, how much gay could this girl have? Turns out, she’s a “fairy princess.” Read excerpts from the interview after the jump.
> On gays loving Black Swan:
Well, we didn’t have Cher in our movie, but we figured gay people would still be into it. [Laughs] I grew up in West Hollywood, in the heart of the gay community, so I’ve always been attuned with the gays.
> On loving the gays back:
I’m a massive “fairy princess,” as I like to call it. But even at the age of 10, I never thought it was weird to see two guys holding hands and making out. It wasn’t until I was about 19 when I realized that the whole world didn’t share the same views as I did.
> On shooting sex scenes with Justin Timberlake for the upcoming Friends With Benefits:
We had two weeks’ worth of sex scenes to shoot. Justin would just wear a sock that covered his frontal parts, so yeah, I could pretty much see everything. And I had tiny nipple pasties and a little pasty on my hoo-ha. We couldn’t have been more uncomfortable in the beginning, but by the fourteenth day, we’d just drop our robes, like, “Hey, how’s it goin’?”
> On voicing sexually curious Meg on Family Guy:
I truly believe that Family Guy is one of the gay-friendliest shows on TV. It’s definitely the least judgmental of any person, religion, or culture, because it makes fun of everything and everybody, but purely out of love. The gay community’s really been embraced by our show.