Alyssa Milano started her career as a child star when she landed a lead as Tony Danza's daughter on the ABC sitcom Who's the Boss? From there, Milano spent the next decade of her career trying to separate herself from the innocent girl persona that made her a household name. Some B-list films and a gig on Melrose Place helped Milano launch her next phase of Hollywood stardom as the child star-turned-sex-symbol. After landing her role on Charmed, Milano knew her cult status in Hollywood was solidified.Multiple spreads in Maxim and FHM magazines have transformed Milano into a fantasy for men across the world. Her sex life has been on display for the entirety of her adult career. Milano's heavily publicized romances with several MLB boyfriends only added to her fans' disappointment when she finally settled down with her husband, Dave Bugliari. But married life and children haven't stopped Milano from sharing her most salacious and illicit sex life details. In fact, the actress has opened up about how family life has made her feel sexier than ever. In the spirit of sharing what Milano has already put out there herself, here are 13 TMI facts about Alyssa Milano's sex life.
Alyssa Milano went head-to-head with Wendy Williams over the big public breastfeeding debate. Williams, who quipped that she "[doesn't] need to see that," pushed Milano to the brink, as she is a fierce defender of normalizing breastfeeding. Milano proceeded to try and educate Williams that breasts were intended for breastfeeding, but Wendy brushed it off by calling them "fun bags." The conversation continued into the darkest corners of awkward you can imagine, but Milano continues to advocate for women to feel comfortable breastfeeding in public. Milano has also posted breastfeeding selfies to her social media, which initially propelled her into the spotlight on the issue.
In an interview, Milano discussed how having children has drastically changed her life and self-perception. Aside from feeling more confident as a mother, Milano said that motherhood has helped her embrace her sexuality. She said, "I think that when you become a mom, you embrace your sexuality more. You're just more comfortable with your body. Also, I think there's a revelation of what your body was meant to do as far as all the miraculous things that we go through biologically when we conceive and carry a baby... I actually became in awe of my body. No matter how it looked."
Now happily married to Dave Bugliari, an agent, Milano has sworn off baseball players for good. Before meeting her husband, she told Details magazine that she'd "love to just find a good plumber or doctor." She later added that she has, "gotten such sh*t about [her] dating choices." While Milano views her romance record scrutiny as a double standard between men and women, she still found herself exhausted by her repetitive choices in men.
In a lengthy interview with FHM, Milano revealed that the younger guys are usually the ones who are more willing to take her out on dates. She said, "Well, I've dated a lot of younger men. Oddly enough, it's the younger ones who have the self-confidence. Or maybe just more of a 'fuck it' mentality to actually ask me out."