"I was 19 when I did the cover of Rolling Stone. It was a very big deal, and they dressed me in this leather corset thing. I was very uncomfortable in the shoot - I just wasn't ready for that. And it was exploitative because I told my publicist I wanted to do it - I thought I was ready for it, but I wasn't. It's funny to look back on those pictures, because when I look at them I think I appear to be uncomfortable. Years later I did Maxim, where I felt sexy and I felt good about my body - and I can tell all of that by looking at my face. But you couldn't tell my 19-year-old self that I shouldn't pose in leather S&M garb on the cover of Rolling Stone - because that's what I was going to do."
-- Sarah Michelle Gellar in BULLETT Magazine's spring 2012 issue, available now. Read the whole story here.