Fox hits out at critics calling her 'air-head'

Fox hits out at critics calling her 'air-head'

Megan Fox has hit back at claims that she is an "idiot or air-head" for embracing her sexuality.

The 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' actress has hit back at the critics who have branded her an "idiot or air-head" just because she is confident with her body.

Megan - who has been in an relationship with her husband Brian Austin Green since 2004 - told the Mail on Sunday's Event magazine: "You are made to feel that if you embrace your sexuality, you are an idiot or an air-head, or you have to make yourself seem more masculine.

"Why would you ever want to do that? Women are beautiful, but we are also intelligent - and some of us are very strong.

"People insist on seeing me as a wild child, a bad girl, a naughty girl and I don't know why. Because my life is the exact opposite.

"People have a hard time looking at me, knowing that I accept my sexuality and then understanding that I'm not promiscuous - they just can't put that idea together. But I have been with Brian for ten years."

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