Saldana is back on the market after splitting from Bradley Cooper earlier this year, but don't expect to see her dating another Hollywood star. When it comes to dating actors, Saldana tells the magazine, "Been there, done that, got the T-shirt."
In fact, the actress may not want to continue dating men at all. "[I might] end up with a woman raising my children," she says of her sexuality. "That's how androgynous I am."
But one thing is for sure, when Saldana finds someone she wants, she won't second-guess it. "If I have something good in front of me, it doesn't matter if it's a person or a pair of shoes, I'm not going to test something else," she says. "It's insecure and it's immature."
Saldana is anything but insecure. The actress, whose late father Aridio was Dominican and mother Asalia is Puerto Rican, tells the magazine that she has a deep sense of pride in her ethnicity.
"It doesn't matter how much backlash I will get for it," she says, "I will honor and respect my black community because that's who I am."