Los Angeles (USA) (EFE). The American actress Gillian Anderson, who became popular for her role as Dana Scully in “Files X” (The X Files), has asked women around the world to contact her anonymously and tell her their sexual fantasies, with those who intend to write a book.
The actress, who has participated in the series The Crown, playing Margaret Thatchet, and is now one of the protagonists of Sex Education, a series in which she gets into the shoes of a sex therapist, has launched this petition in a message that he has posted on his Instagram profile.
Anderson, 54, tells her followers that she is “launching a huge investigation into women and sex” that looks set to become a book.
“As women, we know that sex is more than sex, but many of us don’t talk about it,” she says at one point in the video message where she also says that “our deepest and most intimate fears and fantasies remain locked up within us. Until someone comes with the key.
It also explains the importance of sex for women because it is related to femininity and motherhood, infidelity and exploitation, consent and respect or pain, among other things.
“Help us create a revolutionary book for present and future generations by writing me a letter that begins with: Dear Gillian,” he says on Instagram.