Jane Fonda has been an icon since ... well ... forever. She's always used her iconic status to say all sorts of things people are normally afraid to say. But I was still taken aback to hear her drop bomb after bomb about topics that make us pretty bashful.
She talks about losing a parent to suicide (4:00), how being a tomboy with no period made her wonder if she was really a girl (4:30), how failed marriages forced her to look inward for strength (7:30), how she said goodbye to a slowly dying parent (13:30), how she manages being a caretaker for her partner with Parkinson's (22:00), and what sex is like after celibacy (26:15). She's not scared of anything anymore. You'll love it.