Attack of the Show co-host Olivia Munn recently spoke with Pop Tarts about her disappointment in President Obama’s decision not to pursue the legalization of gay marriage and her role in PETA’s “Boycott the Circus” campaign.
Munn told Pop Tarts, “It’s ridiculous and I’m really upset that Obama, as a black man, and all the things that African Americans have gone through after being oppressed, has said ‘you’re less than’ and cannot stand up and say marriage is a union between two individuals who love each other.” The Iron Man 2 actress believes that everyone should have the ability to exercise the same rights.
The 29 year old, who is not only passionate about gay rights but also animal rights, wanted to address her PETA circus ad, clearing up the rumors which claim she was nude during the photo shoot.
“I actually didn’t get naked,” said Munn. “I haven’t gotten naked ever. I was wearing a tank top and boy shorts but I am comfortable with it appearing that way. There is nothing wrong with the naked body, but I wasn’t naked on the set. I wouldn’t be comfortable.”
The 29 year old is currently working on a story which shares humorous accounts of her life in Hollywood including tidbits from housesitting for her first agent to meeting “douchey people” in L.A.
Via: Pop Tarts