Danica McKellar, who is greatest identified for playing wholesome Winnie Cooper on “The Wonder Years,” has stripped down to her skivvies in Maxim’s June issue to prove that math geeks can be attractive.
The actress-turned-mathematician, who is about to release her third book, “Hot X: Algebra Exposed,” states that her published function is intended “to help girls who [believe] that stigma that math is only for guys or you have to be a nerd to like math.”
She insists, “Let’s make math fun and sexy and glamorous. Smart is sexy, that’s one of my main messages.”
Nonetheless, fans may possibly not comprehend her intended message right after seeing her attractive schoolgirl themed photos in the mag, which feature the 35-year-old posing in lacy undergarments and knee-high socks.
As for what she looks for inside a man, McKellar claims she finds guys with great math expertise sexy.
“If a guy is skilled at anything, that’s attractive. There’s something very primal about that, and, sure, it can be as simple as figuring out the tip quickly,” she tells the mag. “It’s really cool when a guy tips 20 percent quickly and effortlessly so that when the check comes, he opens it and signs his name and done.”
She also lists confidence as a attractive trait for both guys and ladies, especially that of actress Michelle Pfeiffer.
“My God, she’s 50 years old, but she is still so sexy,” she says. “If I were into women, I would be totally into her.”
Even though she is now married and expecting her very first child later this year, McKellar can’t seem to escape the girl-next-door fantasy her a lot of male admirers have for her.
“I’ve always been really cautious about guys who have a Winnie Cooper fantasy, and I’m so glad about that,” she says. “I mean, I can count on one hand the guys I’ve been with. It was really challenging, but I never gave it up too soon, if you know what I mean.”
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