Megan Barton-Hanson says she’s ‘never faked an orgasm’ as she’s ‘too selfish’
Megan Barton-Hanson has claimed she's "never faked an orgasm" as she would rather give partners "constructive criticism".
The 26-year-old reality star, who shot to fame on Love Island in 2018, also spoke about having an OnlyFans account before appearing on the ITV2 dating show.
Speaking on The Truth Flirts show by dating app Badoo, Megan explained to host Ella Eyre: "I've never ever faked an orgasm.
"I just think because I'm selfish and I think you're just gonna lead someone down the garden path, and they're gonna think you’re into it when you're really not, and I just think I'm digging myself a hole here.
"Also, if someone lied to me, and pretended, not that boys can, but if a girl lied and pretended, and I found out that she didn’t, I’d be devastated, so I’d rather just be honest.
"Although sometimes it's a little bit brutal, but I think it's the way you say it, if you say "a little bit like this, or a little bit..", you don't have to be like "oh my god that was terrible, what the hell was that", as long as you're nice about it – constructive criticism!"
Megan also opened up about being on OnlyFans before starring in Love Island.
OnlyFans is a content subscription service typically used by those in the adult entertainment industry.
Megan explained: "Well I'm part of that! Before I went on Love Island, I was actually on it, and then I think it was a producer from the show who was like, "Um it's not really great for the image, it's a family show, get off that", and I was like 'ah, damnit…'"
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She continued: "…and then lockdown was happening, and obviously coming from that, and then doing webcam work in the past, I was like, girls on webcam are gonna clean up, everyone's bored at home and men are gonna be on there.
"So I was like, ding ding, I'm definitely gonna sign back up, and I was prepared, I had a lot of slut-shaming and stuff like that, and I think because now I'm in the public eye, people were like, "Oh has your career gone that quickly", and I'm like, "Not really"."
Season two of The Truth Flirts content series from dating app Badoo, hosted by Ella Eyre, is available to watch on YouTube.
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