"The last thing I want to have to do is take control of my relationship," says the model-actress

By Sara Hammel
Updated July 27, 2010 01:00 PM

Men, beware: Daisy Fuentes doesn’t want to work at falling in love.

“I want to sit back and be impressed,” the model, actress and now-author tells the August/September issue of Siempre Mujer. “Allow me to fall in love. I want the man to be a man and it to be clear that I’m the woman.”

For Fuentes, whose new book is titled Unforgettable You, that means letting the man take over.

“I don’t want to make the first move,” Fuentes says. “I have too many decisions to make in my life, and the last thing I want to have to do is take control of my relationship.”

Complicating the dance of romance, she opines, is the proliferation of technology and its tendency to provoke TMI.

“Twitter and Facebook don’t help,” Fuentes says. “Many women reveal too much information. The woman is acting like the man. It’s much more aggressive and men catch on quickly. If they get used to that behavior, then men will think there’s no need to woo or seduce women.”