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Reese Witherspoon in the January issue of Glamour, on stands December 7. Here is a taste:

by The Next Family December 06, 2010

By: Gossip by Gabsmash

G: First off, let’s talk about this photo shoot. I don’t recall you doing these kinds of photos in your twenties. Do you feel sexier at 34 than you did a decade ago?
REESE: Much. I was always, as a younger actress, very conscious of not wanting to act sexy. I didn’t see myself like that. But I think as a woman, you get older, you feel more confident in your sexuality. You’re not as intimidated by it, not as embarrassed by it. Sexuality and femininity is an accumulation of age and wisdom and comfort in your own skin. I feel better—so much better now than I ever did in my twenties. I am calmer; I know who I am. And as a result, I feel much sexier.

Check out more photos of the shoot

G: You won the Oscar in 2006 [for Walk the Line], but there’s obviously still a part of you that loves doing romantic comedies

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Glamour and Gossip by Gabsmash

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