MEGAN Barton-Hanson has told how she thinks women are better in bed because they are more “attentive”.
The former Love Island star, 25, is dating Towie’s Demi Sims after exclusively revealing to SunOnline last month that she is bisexual.
And the blonde beauty has also teamed up with Ann Summers to encourage women to be more open about their desires in the bedroom.
She told the Daily Star men can sometimes be “selfish” in bed.
“I have experience with men and women and women are definitely better lovers,” she said.
“They are more attentive. They want to please the other person.
“Men are happy as long as they are having a good time.”
Megan said she would never fake an orgasm and encouraged other women to be more direct when explaining what they want in the bedroom.
She made this revelation in response to research that shows 95% of men climax almost every time they have sex, whereas only 65% of women can say the same.
Megan reckons she’s the perfect spokeswoman to help improve the sex lives of Brits across the country.
“I’d say I’m pretty good in bed,” she laughs. “I’ve had my fair share of practice.”
The reality star wants to challenge the stigma around women talking openly and honestly about sex.
“Women should not be missing out on orgasms when having sex compared to men and the Ann Summers manifesto and Pleasure Positivity Project will help address this,” Megan said.
“The problem is that women often fear they will be labelled for admitting they enjoy sex too, so I’m passionate about empowering women and engaging men in this conversation to encourage a more open conversation around our sexual desires.”
Megan was branded a “man-eater” after having sex with two coupled-up blokes in the villa last year – even wearing one’s jumper while doing the deed with the other.
But one year after bedding Eyal Booker, coupling up with Alex Miller and eventually Wes Nelson, Megan told SunOnline she wanted to hook up with a woman during the show.
She’s also keen to eventually settle down with a woman because she has “deeper connections” with them.
“I just felt like I needed to get with a guy because society said so but after the s*** I’ve been through, I just want to see how it goes with a woman,” Megan said.
Megan originally auditioned for Love Island in 2017, one year before finally being accepted, but she blames admitting she fancied girls in the first audition for seeing her rejected.
She said: “I was super open and said I feel like I’m more into girls, but I think that’s what put them off.”
When she auditioned for the second time Megan came clean about her stripper past – but this time kept schtum about fancying girls.
“In Love Island I already felt I had a stigma attached to me because of being a stripper,” she explained.
“I didn’t want to like add to it by revealing I like girls as well!
“But now I feel like everyone has accepted that and to be honest, I don’t care what people think.
“I’m 25, I want to find someone, maybe not the one, but the one for now.”
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Last week, SunOnline revealed Megan is dating Towie’s Demi Sims after meeting on Celebs Go Dating.
The pair went public with their romance at the ITV summer party where flirty Demi, 22, groped the 25-year-old Love Island star.
Despite joining the dating agency to find love with a non-celebrity, the pair couldn’t help but break strict show rules.
Megan Barton-Hanson left the ITV summer party holding hands with Demi Sims[/caption]
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