Sexologist shares hilarious Dylan Alcott bedroom confession
Australian tennis champion Dylan Alcott’s girlfriend Chantelle Otten has shared an amusing anecdote about one of the couple’s more intimate moments on Instagram, much to the delight of the pair’s fans.
Otten, a sexologist, has never been shy about sharing the couple’s experiences in the bedroom and her story about the first time the pair spooned in bed was no different.
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Interacting with followers during a live Q&A on Instagram on Monday, Otten shared the slightly embarrassing moment from one of their earlier intimate moments she shared with the wheelchair tennis icon.
“Listening to (Life Uncut Podcast) about this babe who was so relaxed while a guy went down on her,” Otten wrote.
“So relaxed she farted in his face.
“Which reminds me, the first time I slept with Dyl, he was spooning me and I popped on him.”
Otten later clarified that she’d ‘farted’.
The 30-year-old frequently discusses the couple’s sex life and discusses sex issues with followers on Instagram - with the latest Q&A revolving around her fans’ funnier sexual experiences.
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Otten, who was been dating Alcott for two years, said her sex life has never been better.
In an interview the couple did with the Sunday Telegraph earlier in December, the couple said it was important to break the misconceptions surrounding sex and disability.
“A lot of people think people with a disability don’t have sex but I’m having the best sex of my life and it’s important for me to say that,” she said.
“There are people out there who might have a crush on someone with a disability but aren’t confident to ask questions about it.
“They need to know that these sex lives are important and erotic and achievable, and they can build a life together.
“Dylan and I are quite private but it’s important to get the word out. For me, working with people and having them know I’m in a relationship with someone with a disability is great.”
The 30-year-old Alcott candidly discussed his own struggles with sex as he came of age.
Alcott said he grew up wondering whether he’d ever be able to have a proper relationship.
“So many of the 4.4 million people in Australia with a disability struggle with dating and sex,” Alcott told the Sunday Telegraph magazine.
“I know that when I was a teenager I wondered, ‘Can I do it?’ and ‘How do I do it?’
“I questioned whether anyone would love me because I’m in a wheelchair.
“I want to change the misconception that people can’t have sex or be in relationships or fall in love. The only way to de-stigmatise it is to talk about it.”
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