MORE: Amanda Seyfried Makes First Post-Baby Appearance With New Husband Thomas Sadoski
She then shared a quote from Maureen Shaw on Twitter, writing, “’Breasts are intended to feed babies. With all our progress on feminist issues, how can such a simple biological imperative remain so stigmatized? In a word: sex. We live in a culture comfortable with exploiting breasts to sell burgers, for goodness sake. How would you rather your body be portrayed?’”
Seyfried also appeared on the Dr. Berlin’s Informed Pregnancy Podcast
, where she got candid about her own personal anxieties. One of her biggest fears is performing on stage. Then in 2015 she performed in the off-Broadway show The Way We Get By
, where she met Sadoski. And though the experience was life-changing in more ways than one, Seyfried admitted that she would experience regular panic attacks.
“I started having panic attacks every six or seven shows,” she revealed. “It feels like you’re going to die. It feels like you need to leave the stage. I would act through them, and I would just connect with Tommy. And he would always be aware of it. He would recognize that thousand yard stare. And then he would bring me back and the lines would keep flowing but my whole body would be cold and I’d be sweating at the same time.”