Ashton Kutcher Brags at Tech Conference: “I Get to Have Sex” With Mila Kunis

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis
Ashton Kutcher boasted several times at a tech conference in Sydney, Australia, on Friday, Feb. 13, that he "gets to have sex with Mila Kunis." GAMEPIKS

Tech and sex, according to Ashton Kutcher. The multi-hyphenate spoke at Lenovo's Tech My Way conference in Sydney, Australia, on Friday, Feb. 13, where he bragged (more than once!) that he gets to have sex with Mila Kunis.

"I really struggled with what I was gonna talk about today," Kutcher, 37, a product engineer for Lenovo, told the crowd. "I don't take these opportunities lightly. To be able to stand up in front of people and talk and share how you feel about things is a privilege."

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The new dad admitted that he thought "long and hard" about what to share with the group, and referred to his personal life to provide anecdotes related to modern-day technology. "Last week, I was walking with Mila… Kunis, who's my fiancee," the actor noted. "I get to have sex with her. It's amazing!" he gushed, signaling "shhhh" to the crowd as they laughed in response.

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"We were walking and I had baby Wyatt strapped to me," he said of the couple's 5-month-old daughter. "She's beautiful, it's new. Never gets old," he continued of fatherhood. During the family excursion, Kutcher and Kunis, 31, had a conversation about her press junket for her new movie Jupiter Ascending.

"She plays the Queen of Humanity," Kutcher said of his fiancee's role. "I have sex with the Queen of Humanity!"

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The actor recalled how he was personally offended by some of the questions posed to Kunis — particularly the line: "What are you wearing?"

"Granted, I prize her as the most valuable person in the world to me," Kutcher explained, adding that if he got to spend some time with Kunis, he would ask her better questions. "There is such thing as a dumb question," he repeated in his tech chat.

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"A great question is armed with knowledge, armed with care and thought, and… it looks for problems and inconsistencies," the actor reflected. "Great questions expose problems, and problems are the seeds to solutions."

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