The Bachelorette & # 39; s Georgia Love shares its opinion about a & # 39; disturbing & # 39; sex trend

& # 39; It's violent, hateful and dangerous & # 39 ;: The Bachelorette & # 39; s Georgia Love shares its opinion on a & # 39; disturbing & # 39; sex trend where & # 39; nine out of ten girls are interested & # 39;

The Bachelorette & # 39; s Georgia Love is not known to shrink from controversial topics.

And the 30-year-old weighed in on a particularly alarming issue on Wednesday and wrote an essay for Whimn about a sexual trend that she & # 39; alarming & # 39; finds.

Georgie claimed that a & # 39; oversharing & # 39; girlfriend recently told her that & # 39; nine out of ten girls nowadays ask to be choked during sex – a statement that disgusted her.

& # 39; It's violent, hateful and dangerous & # 39 ;: the Georgia Love from The Bachelorette (photo in Studio 10) has given its opinion on a & # 39; disturbing & # 39; sex trend

& # 39; It's violent, hateful and dangerous & # 39 ;: the Georgia Love from The Bachelorette (photo in Studio 10) has given its opinion on a & # 39; disturbing & # 39; sex trend

& # 39; Now I know I have been in a relationship for a while, but I am not that old and boring that I am the only one who thinks this is disturbing? & # 39; she wrote.

& # 39; Let's be real here. Choking can kill. It is violent, hateful and dangerous. So why do people ask for it? Why do women (especially in the age of #MeToo) not only let people downgrade and put them at risk, but also ask them? & # 39;

Georgia explained that she is aware that choking during sex, or erotic asphyxiation, is not a new trend and that she does not judge & # 39; sincere people in it.

Shocking: Georgie said a friend recently told her that & # 39; nine out of ten girls nowadays ask to be suffocated during sex & # 39; - a statement that horrified her. Pictured with her boyfriend Lee Elliott

Shocking: Georgie said a friend recently told her that & # 39; nine out of ten girls nowadays ask to be suffocated during sex & # 39; - a statement that horrified her. Pictured with her boyfriend Lee Elliott

Shocking: Georgie said a friend recently told her that & # 39; nine out of ten girls nowadays ask to be suffocated during sex & # 39; – a statement that horrified her. Pictured with her boyfriend Lee Elliott

But her concern is that some women and girls believe that sexual suffocation is something they should do to please a man.

& # 39; You don't have to do anything that makes you scared, uncomfortable, or endangered, she wrote.

In the past Georgia and her friend Lee, whom she met on the Bachelorette in 2016, still talk about sexuality.

Advice: & # 39; Now I know I have been in a relationship for a while, but I am certainly not as old and boring as the only one who thinks this is disturbing? & # 39; Georgia wrote an article for Whimn

Advice: & # 39; Now I know I have been in a relationship for a while, but I am certainly not as old and boring as the only one who thinks this is disturbing? & # 39; Georgia wrote an article for Whimn

Advice: & # 39; Now I know I have been in a relationship for a while, but I am certainly not as old and boring as the only one who thinks this is disturbing? & # 39; Georgia wrote an article for Whimn

After the Bachelorette final was broadcast, the couple were memorable about their sex life on The Kyle and Jackie O Show.

Radio presenter Kyle Sandilands asked Lee about his & # 39; first time & # 39; with Georgia, and the mechanical plumber responded nervously: & # 39; I was told to behave here … & # 39;

Georgia finally came in and said they were not going to talk about that! & # 39;

Private: in the past Georgia and her friend Lee Elliott, whom she met on the Bachelorette in 2016, still have a mouthful about sex life.

Private: in the past Georgia and her friend Lee Elliott, whom she met on the Bachelorette in 2016, still have a mouthful about sex life.

Private: in the past Georgia and her friend Lee Elliott, whom she met on the Bachelorette in 2016, still have a mouthful about sex life.

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