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Megan Fox: I Can Count the Guys Who Have Seen Me Naked

... one one hand, she says



    Megan Fox: I Can Count the Guys Who Have Seen Me Naked
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    "I'm self-loathing, introverted and neurotic," Fox said

    Megan Fox confessed that she can count the number of men she's been naked in front of -- on one hand.

    For those keeping score at home, that's five or fewer.

    In a candid interview with Cosmopolitanobtained by People, the outspoken, sultry brunette dished about getting diarrhea whenever she's onstage, her wild insecurities and her one-man philosophy when it comes to relationships.

    "Im very confident in how I project my personality," Fox told the mag for its October issue. "But in terms of how I look, I'm completely, hysterically insecure. I'm self-loathing, introverted and neurotic."

    "Women hold the power because we have the vaginas. If you're a in a heterosexual relationship and you're a female, you win," she said.

    Fox also told the glossy that said she's not impressed with the big-talking Hollywood types who flaunt their wealth to try to pick up women and said she likes to play games to mess with them.

    "It's fun when someone intends to put you in his back pocket, but instead, he walks away wounded. I make it a mind game so they don't know if I'm hitting on them or mocking them," she said.

    "Male actors drop lines about their private jets, trying to seem powerful, but I don't give a s---. I don't need someone else's power. I'm obtaining my own."

    She also said she never calls men "guys" -- only "boys." 

    "I never call them guys," the sultry brunette said. "I always called them boys. Maybe it's a superiority complex -- my needing to keep them down," she said.

    And despite her on-again, off-again relationship with finace Brian Austin Green, the actress said she has no problem with commitment.

    "I have no problem with commitment -- you can't have a real relationship without it," she said. "I can flip on a switch in my brain, and even if the next Brad Pitt is standing next to me, I won't look at him."

    "But I can also turn that switch off, and then I collect attractive boys."