Sex, Love, And Being Yourself: Lessons From Meghan McCain
Meghan McCain, an MSNBC contributor and Daily Beast columnist, is fairly well known for her no holds barred attitude toward, well, most things.
McCain isn’t quiet about feeling there’s room for everyone in the GOP, and she speaks out often on women’s issues, marriage equality, and social issues.
So, it shouldn’t come as a shock that she frankly lets Playboy‘s David Hochman know how she feels about homosexuality, love, and being oneself.
I’m not a lesbian, if that’s what you’re asking. I’d be the first person to tell the world I was gay. I’m not private about anything. I think you should live how you should live.
The curvy blonde also lets us know she has way more important things to think about than her weight, or what others think about it:
[…] the quickest way to cut down a woman is to talk about her appearance. Do I care? No. Every guy I’ve ever dated and every boyfriend I’ve ever had—nobody ever complained about my body. And there are way more important things for me to do than obsess about my weight. We have an election going on, people!
No Playboy subscription? No problem. You can check out the entire interview over at Playboy.com.
Sparks, A. (2012). Sex, Love, And Being Yourself: Lessons From Meghan McCain. Psych Central. Retrieved on October 20, 2017, from https://blogs.psychcentral.com/celebrity/2012/04/sex-love-and-being-yourself-lessons-from-meghan-mccain/