Megan Fox has said she is keen to move away from films with graphic sex scenes because of fears it could upset her children.
The 29-year-old American actress, model and mother-of-two said it was difficult for her young sons to distinguish the reality from the art.
Fox explained she had been forced to turn down certain roles in films because they felt inappropriate for her children to watch, adding that there are certain things boys should never witness their mother do.
“There are some good projects I’ve read that are with talented people, talented directors, but the things the women are required to do in the movie are things I can’t have my sons ever know or see,” Fox told The Sun on Sunday.
“I was offered a project that’s coming out on HBO that centres around the life of a prostitute and it has very graphic sex scenes - things you would see in a pornographic film - and those are things that are degrading to the woman who’s playing the character,” she added.
“It’s up to the mother to determine what she thinks her children can handle seeing or not," she went on to say. "I don’t think my children should ever see me doing some of that stuff. I don’t think my boys could handle that. They can’t separate the experience from the reality from the art. It gets very confusing when it’s your own mother.”
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