Olivia Wilde's ladyparts cannot tell a lie.
At These Girls (an evening of monologues, hosted by Glamour mag) in NYC Monday night, Wilde discussed trying to fake happiness with her ex-husband Tao Ruspoli towards the end of their eight-year marriage (the couple divorced in 2011). Ultimately, she says, she should have just listened to her, well . . .
"I felt like my vagina died," she shared (via Vulture) of her sex life with the filmmaker and Italian prince, 36. "Turned off. Lights out . . . you can lie to your relatives at Christmas dinner and tell them everything on the home front is just peachy. But you cannot lie to your vagina."
Wilde, 28, has since moved on from the heartache surrounding her split from Ruspoli; now, the Butter star (and her you-know-what) are happier than ever with her love of nine months, Jason Sudeikis.
Explaining that she is currently "blissfully, hopefully, wildly in love," the actress boasted that she and the Saturday Night Live standout "have sex like Kenyan marathon runners."
After delivering her monologue, Wilde caught up with Vulture, where she elaborated on her personal relationship manifesto.
"Sometimes your vagina dies," she explained. "Then you know it's time to go. There's no reason to sacrifice your womanhood and femininity for some sort of weird feeling of responsibility to something that may not be right. I feel like far too many women do that."
Added Wilde, "[Men] are not allowed to be the only ones thinking with their genitals."
Sudeikis sat in the audience to show his support during his girlfriend's impassioned Monday night speech. (Recently, a source close to Wilde and the comedian, 37, told Us Weekly that the pair are "totally inseperable" and "living together now.")
Although they're going strong, marriage is something they'll most likely hold off on, for now. (Sudeikis has also been married before; he divorced actress and screenwriter Kay Cannon in 2010).
"They've both been married, so they've already experienced that and know what it entails," the insider shared. "It's something for down the road."