You won't find Salma Hayek walking about town carrying a Bible, for she hates the way the holy book depicts women and spreads the wrong message about sex.The 'Frida' star insists in an interview with Marie Claire magazine that though she believes in God, and Jesus Christ, she has problems with the way the Bible deals with women."I don't like the way the Bible views women - this thing about the Virgin Mary conceiving a child without having sex - so if you conceive a child by having sex, there's a subliminal message that there's something dirty about it," Contactmusic quoted her, as saying.
Hayek insists that the Bible should not vilify women, for they are the ones who bring forth life into the world."And this is what makes us divine - I mean, the possibility of creating another life should remind women that we are creators, that we are made like God in our ability. There is nothing greater than to create another human being," she said.The interview appears in the current May issue of the US Marie Claire.