Scott Eastwood makes X-rated confessions about sex life

Some Hollywood actors are notoriously private, but apparently not Scott Eastwood, who's opened up about his healthy sex life on his podcast.

The son of Clint and star of Suicide Squad dropped a new episode of his Live Life Better podcast earlier this week in which he spoke to sex and relationship expert Emily Morse and kicked off the show by stating: "Everyone should be having sex, with themselves or with someone else."

During the chat, the actor added that he thinks sex is "the most natural thing we as humans do" and shared that he is "single, dating and having sex, lots of it", although he didn't give it all up and refused to reveal how many sexual partners he has right now.

"It depends on when you ask me," he said.

During the hour-long (and then some) podcast, Scott and Emily discussed everything from condoms, male birth control pills and female ejaculation, and Scott shared that he likes to talk about sex "early on in the beginning" of a relationship.

"Lay all the cards on the table and not be afraid to tell that other person what you're into," he said. "Because if you enter that relationship with false pretences, then you're always like, how do you get into that."

And then, asked about his past sexual antics, Scott opened up about feeling "more sexually advanced" at a young age.

"I remember in early-on relationships – when I was in my early, early 20s – I felt more sexually advanced than some of the people I was with," he said. "So then trying to reverse-engineer to grow with them, it can be tough."

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The Pacific Rim: Uprising star went on to reflect on monogamy, agreeing with his guest that it can be "terrifying", and also shared his two cents on slut-shaming, saying: "Instead of embracing sexual culture, women put each other down.

"Why the f**k would you call them that? Just because they f**ked somebody? Don't do that — you're bringing down the culture."

Scott will next be on screen in war drama The Outpost, which also stars Orlando Bloom and Caleb Landry Jones.