Abbie Chatfield reveals why sex with women is better than men in VERY X-rated chat

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Former Bachelor star Abbie Chatfield speaks openly about sex and taboo topics on her podcast It’s A Lot.

And on Wednesday, she was more than happy to enjoy a very X-rated chat about her own bedroom antics on KIIS FM’s The Kyle and Jackie O Show.

In the studio to promote her sex toy partnership with Vush, the 25-year-old reality TV star gave detailed descriptions of her sex life and sexual preferences.

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Unfiltered: Former Bachelor star Abbie Chatfield revealed X-rated details about her sex life in an interview with The Kyle and Jackie O Show on Wednesday

Unfiltered: Former Bachelor star Abbie Chatfield revealed X-rated details about her sex life in an interview with The Kyle and Jackie O Show on Wednesday

During the conversation, numerous words were censored, while Abbie was forbidden to perform an over-the-air demonstration of her sex toy for violating commercial radio broadcasting guidelines.

So ad breaks are okay? No, we can’t, I have my period. Sorry!’ Abbie joked with radio hosts Kyle Sandilands and Jackie ‘O’ Henderson.

Abbie, who has the word ‘feminist’ tattooed on her arm, reveals that as a ‘strange’ woman she prefers sex with other women.

‘I’ve had great sex with both, but with women for sure [are better],’ she said.

To explain why, Abbie added, “Because I think women burn slower and are softer and just a little more considered.”

The I’m A Celebrity … Get me out of here! Winner also said she had previously enjoyed a threesome with both a male and female partner in the bedroom.

Nothing is off limits!  In the studio to promote her collaboration with sex toys, the 25-year-old reality TV star ABBIE by VUSH gave detailed descriptions of her sex life and sexual preferences

Nothing is off limits!  In the studio to promote her collaboration with sex toys, the 25-year-old reality TV star ABBIE by VUSH gave detailed descriptions of her sex life and sexual preferences

Nothing is off limits! In the studio to promote her collaboration with sex toys, the 25-year-old reality TV star ABBIE by VUSH gave detailed descriptions of her sex life and sexual preferences

'Women are slower to burn': Abbie revealed she is a 'strange' woman, she prefers sex with other women because they are 'softer' and 'more considered'

'Women are slower to burn': Abbie revealed she is a 'strange' woman, she prefers sex with other women because they are 'softer' and 'more considered'

‘Women are slower to burn’: Abbie revealed she is a ‘strange’ woman, she prefers sex with other women because they are ‘softer’ and ‘more considered’

TMI?  In the no-filter chat, Abbie also confessed that she has had 'many urinary tract infections' in her life and is worried about it during her endless quest to 'squirt' in the bedroom.

TMI?  In the no-filter chat, Abbie also confessed that she has had 'many urinary tract infections' in her life and is worried about it during her endless quest to 'squirt' in the bedroom.

TMI? In the no-filter chat, Abbie also confessed that she has had ‘many urinary tract infections’ in her life and is worried about it during her endless quest to ‘squirt’ in the bedroom.

In the no-filter chat, Abbie also confessed that she has had ‘many urinary tract infections’ in her life and is worried about it during her endless quest to ‘squirt’ in the bedroom.

An STI is an infection that is passed from one person to another through sexual contact.

Examples of STIs are chlamydia, gonorrhea, genital herpes, human papilloma virus (HPV), syphilis and HIV.

According to the Australian Department of Health, about 16 percent of Australians report having a sexually transmitted infection in their lifetime, while more than 23,000 Australians are currently living with HIV.

If you have certain STIs, you are required by law in most Australian states to notify your sex partner (s) so they can get tested and treated.

Va-va-voom!  The I'm A Celebrity ... Get me out of here!  Winner also said she had previously enjoyed a threesome with both a male and female partner in the bedroom

Va-va-voom!  The I'm A Celebrity ... Get me out of here!  Winner also said she had previously enjoyed a threesome with both a male and female partner in the bedroom

Va-va-voom! The I’m A Celebrity … Get me out of here! Winner also said she had previously enjoyed a threesome with both a male and female partner in the bedroom

“The worst is when men hammer and nothing else!” Abbie then went on to say what she dislikes most in the bedroom during sex with a male partner

Abbie then went on to say what she dislikes most in the bedroom during sex with a male partner.

‘I think the worst is when men hammer and nothing else.

That’s fine at times, that’s fine as part of the routine, but if it’s the whole routine it’s too much and you dry up. Too much friction, ”she said.

'When I stopped counting, it was about 50

'When I stopped counting, it was about 50

‘When I stopped counting it was about 50’ Abbie has previously boasted about her ‘sex count’ on her podcast

Getting over the heartbreak: Abbie told Punkee in December she 'continued ad ** k spree' after being dumped by astrophysicist Matt Agnew on The Bachelor

Getting over the heartbreak: Abbie told Punkee in December she 'continued ad ** k spree' after being dumped by astrophysicist Matt Agnew on The Bachelor

Getting over the heartbreak: Abbie told Punkee in December that she ‘continued ad ** k spree’ after being dumped by astrophysicist Matt Agnew on The Bachelor

Abbie was heartbroken when astrophysicist Matt Agnew broke up in the 2019 season finale of The Bachelor.

Speaking to Punkee in December of that year, she admitted to being ‘ad ** k spree’ after being dumped on the show.

In 2020, Abbie said she stopped tracking how many people she slept with after the number of her sexual partners reached 50.

Sexually Transmitted Infections

What is an STI?

A sexually transmitted disease, often referred to as an STI, is an infection that is passed from one person to another through sexual contact.

Examples of STIs are chlamydia, gonorrhea, genital herpes, human papilloma virus (HPV), syphilis and HIV.

Are they dangerous?

Although bacterial STIs are usually curable, they can cause significant health complications if left untreated.

For example, some STIs can damage the reproductive system of men and women.

Should you tell someone if you have an STI?

If you have certain STIs, you are required by law in most Australian states to inform your sexual partner (s).

In NSW, a person who has an STI who does not take “ reasonable precautions ” against spreading the STI can face up to six months in prison and / or a fine of $ 11,000.

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