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Friday 1 August 2014

Mila Kunis: I like childish men

Mila Kunis

Mila Kunis prefers to date men who are "kids at heart".

The gorgeous actress is currently in a relationship with her former That '70s Show co-star Ashton Kutcher, and previously enjoyed a high-profile romance with Home Alone star Macaulay Culkin.

When it comes to choosing a partner, the 29-year-old prefers men who are playful.

"Men who are still kids at heart can be very endearing," she told British magazine more!

"It's great for a guy to have different outlets in life apart from his girlfriend. If the guy wants to go and play video games for hours, then let him."

Mila and 34-year-old Ashton have been spotted enjoying romantic dates and seem to be very happy in each other's company.

The Friends with Benefits star believe men and women can have a successful relationship, as long as they have respect for one another.

"What doesn't annoy me about [men]?" she laughed.

"No, I think men get a bad rap these days because women run the risk of stereotyping them. The truth is that both men and women are amazing creatures and we all get along fine, just as long as we respect each other and treat each other as equals."

Mila and Ashton started dating earlier this year, following the end of the actor's marriage to Demi Moore in 2011.

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