Krysten Ritter is one of those stars who is undeniably beautiful. When you look at her almost alien features (alien in the best way), you know that there isn’t another job for her other than model or film star. That’s why this list goes through so much research to discover as much Krysten Ritter NSFW information as possible. Ritter’s been modeling since she was 15, and she’s run the gamut of roles – from music video vixen to naked neighbor, and even as a neck-breaking badass on Netflix’s Jessica Jones. If you’re even remotely a fan of Ritter, you’re going to want to know these TMI secrets about Krysten Ritter’s sex life.
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It Was Important to Her that Jessica Jones Didn't Use Her Sexuality
For Jessica Jones it was important to Ritter that her character not fall back on her sexuality to get things done, "You’ll never see me putting on a short skirt and heels to use my ‘sexuality’ to get what I want. I don’t want to play that.”
She's a Girl's Girl
Cosmopolitan, Ritter mentioned that she has more girl friends than anyone she knows, "that's sort of my whole thing, is I have really, really deep friendships, more so than anybody I've ever met."
Her First Time Wasn't Pleasant
Ritter Is Not a Fan of Sex Scenes
Even though the sex scenes in Jessica Jones were heralded for their reality and lack of male gaze, Ritter said that filming them was still a drag. “Typically, sex scenes are probably my least favorite thing to do. Especially because they always rely so heavily on women making it look sexy. But these sex scenes are raw and normal! And I think they're handled the same way the superpowers are: straightforward, and from a place of character truth.”