Modern Family's Sofia Vergara is on the April cover of Esquire and if the giant three letter word right below her tatas didn't give it away, the issue's all about SEX.
Inside, Sofia opens up about the complexities of a woman like herself.
Here are some HIGHlights:
On the loudness of a Latina:
"Yeah. There’s always a lot going on. Nick [Sofia's boyfriend] wonders how I can get really mad and scream, then turn around, do something, come back, and forget that I was mad. I didn’t even realize it was weird or insane until I came here. It’s not out of the ordinary where I come from. Everybody’s like that. It’s better that way. You forget about what’s bothering you. It’s not like you’re holding it inside, you know? You get it out — and it’s over with."
On not really knowing how to cook:
"Listen, I didn’t know how to make coffee when I came to the United States. Because in Colombia the maids do it. A mother tells the maids what to cook. The mothers are like conductors of the household. But they’re not really doing it."
On the American bikini:
"I was like, What is that? It’s like a diaper. It’s terrible. Who can look good in that? When I moved to the United States, I used to have bathing suits brought up from Colombia. There’s nothing slutty about a dental-floss bikini. You don’t even think about it. The first bathing suit your mother buys you is in the shape of a triangle."
Such a strong (and hot) woman! We love it!
[Images courtesy of Esquire.]