Megan Barton Hanson eyes up sex therapist job as she plans raunchy career change

Love Island babe Megan Barton Hanson says she hopes to retrain as a sex therapist in the coming months.

The TV starlet, who dated Wes Nelson during her time in the ITV villa, admits she thinks she would be great as a sex doctor as it's something she is passionate about.

Megan, who worked as a stripper before getting her big break on Love Island in 2018, said: "When I went into the villa I never really wanted to be famous.

"I didn’t know what I was going to do. I didn’t go on with a talent.

"I would love it [becoming a sex therapist], because it is something I’m really passionate about."

She added to Entertainment Daily: "I give out all this advice but I’m just speaking off my own experience.

"Instead of learning a new language during the next lockdown I’ll just retrain as a sex therapist!"

Over the past few months the blonde beauty has launched a string of cheeky business ventures including a partnership with adult story Ann Summers.

Meg has hosted four 'edits' for the store showcasing their sensual lingerie and toys.

Megan previously told the site: "Through trying different things, we really can learn so much about not only our partners but ourselves as well – it can change the way we view, give and receive pleasure.

"I can’t wait to hear what you guys think!"

Speaking frankly about owning her sexuality, Megan added to Grazia: "Sex has never been off-limits or a taboo subject for me to talk about, even with my mum.

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"It was such a shock for me that on the show I got so much stick and abuse for sleeping with two different boys.

"After that I just really want girls to feel empowered about their sexuality and bridge the [orgasm] gap between men and women."

Megan was referring to data which claims that on average women miss out one 1,734 orgasms throughout their lifetime compared to men.

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