Lena Dunham, Amy Schumer, Ellie Kemper, Tracee Ellis Ross, Gina Rodriguez and Kate McKinnon all stun on the June issue of The Hollywood Reporter -- where they are billed as six of TV's most provocative female comedians.
The Emmy-contending actresses dish on everything from sex scenes to sexism in the issue, while revealing some of the cringeworthy things that have happened to them while working in Hollywood.
"I stopped wearing the nude patch after the first season of 'Girls,'" the Dunham says of the HBO show's steamy scenes. "There's not one guy who works on that show who hasn't seen the inside of my vagina."
What patch, you ask?
"This patch — you glue it over your vagina. It gets sweaty and always falls off," Dunham elaborates. "My male co-stars, at the end of the day, don't care."
"Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" star Ellie Kepmer has a decidedly different take on on-screen love making.
"I've never done a sex scene. I am so prudish that when I've had to kiss someone in a scene, I think for the next hour that we're in love! It's a middle-school frame of mind," she jokes.
While the ladies laugh about some of their onscreen experiences, it gets serious when it comes to sexism in Hollywood.
"I heard a guy on my show say into his microphone: 'I hate this job. I can't wait to be back on a show where there's a man at the helm,'" she reveals. "That same guy came up to me at lunch and said, 'You're really enjoying that buffet, aren't you?'"
"He's the worst person alive," she adds. "I hope he reads this, which he won't because he's drunk."
Ouch ... who do you think she's talking about?!?
For more from the interview head over to The Hollywood Reporter. Let us know what you think of the ladies' candid comments below!