Entertainment Movies Jennifer Lawrence Reveals Her 'Hopefully' Irrational Fear of Her Privates Turning into a 'Wet Sponge' Lawrence continued her quirky and candid ways in a 128-second question and answer session for Vanity Fair By Stephanie Petit Stephanie Petit Stephanie Petit is a Royals Writer and Reporter at PEOPLE. People Editorial Guidelines Published on November 23, 2016 03:07 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Jennifer Lawrence is known for speaking her mind, no matter how off-the-cuff those thoughts are. The 26-year-old Passengers star, who graces the cover of Vanity Fair‘s holiday issue, continued her quirky and candid ways in a two-minute video Q&A for the magazine. In it, Lawrence got very real about her biggest irrational fear. “My biggest irrational, hopefully, fear is that the Zika virus is going to be the solution to overpopulation,” she shared. As if that wasn’t scary enough, there was more. “I don’t know, if you’ve ever read the Kurt Vonnegut short story where everyone has to take these pills that make your private parts feel like wet sponges and then nobody can have sex and no one can procreate,” she said. “And so by the time I’m older and I’m like, ‘I think I want to be a mother,’ they’re like, ‘You can’t. Your private part feels like a sponge.’ ” Vanity Fair The Oscar winner also dished on her favorite Chris Pratt character and her top vacation destination in the quick-fire interview. Check it out above.