Sexologist Chantelle Otten reveals whether or not you should masturbate with an STI


Dylan Alcott’s sexologist girlfriend Chantelle Otten reveals whether or not you should masturbate with an STI

Chantelle Otten has revealed whether it’s okay to masturbate with an STI.

Speaking to Nine Honey this week, the renowned sexologist said people often ‘feel guilt’ due to a lack of sex education, but she encouraged people to be rational about the subject.

‘Yeah, 100 per cent,’ she told the publication.  

Sexologist Chantelle Otten (pictured) has revealed whether or not you should masturbate with an STI in raunchy new interview with Nine Honey

‘[People with STIs] feel guilt. What if I pass on that STI to my fingers? It’s not going to go on your fingers. It’s a sexually transmitted disease that’s going to stick to that area,’ the star sexologist said. 

‘Of course, you want to be clean. You want to make sure you’re washing your hands, your sex toys. But no, you’re not passing it on to anyone else, and it’s not bad for you,’ she said. 

‘In fact, if you have an STI, you can do whatever you want as long as you’re not in pain, like you don’t have a herpes outbreak, there’s not any sores down there and also that it’s not too irritated. So maybe some lubricants might irritate it a little bit. I wouldn’t worry about it,’ she added.

'Yeah, 100 per cent,' she told the publication. '[People with STIs] feel guilt. What if I pass on that STI to my fingers? It's not going to go on your fingers. It's a sexually transmitted disease that's going to stick to that area,' the star sexologist said. Here with Dylan Alcott (left)

‘Yeah, 100 per cent,’ she told the publication. ‘[People with STIs] feel guilt. What if I pass on that STI to my fingers? It’s not going to go on your fingers. It’s a sexually transmitted disease that’s going to stick to that area,’ the star sexologist said. Here with Dylan Alcott (left) 

Chantelle and Dylan Alcott made their romance public at a tennis event in April 2019, and have been inseparable ever since. 

Chantelle’s seminar, titled How To Have Sex, was just at the Sydney Opera House and focused on topics such taboo sex acts and the use of sex toys. 

‘V-spots, dildos, erogenous zones, oh my! Psychosexologist Chantelle Otten guides us to move beyond just consent to fantastic encounters, and feel comfortable and excited to communicate about our bodies and desires,’ the official event description reads. 

Dylan Alcott supported Chantelle at a sex seminar at the Sydney Opera House. Chantelle shared this Instagram photo of couple at the event with a female companion

Dylan Alcott supported Chantelle at a sex seminar at the Sydney Opera House. Chantelle shared this Instagram photo of couple at the event with a female companion 

Posting to Instagram after the seminar, Chantelle, 31, shared a photo of herself posing in front of the Sydney Harbour Bridge with her Paralympian beau, 31, and a female pal. 

In an interview with News.com.au last year, she opened up about consummating her relationship with the decorated Paralympian.

‘I think we were both pretty nervous to be honest… But we had a lot of practice and it worked out well,’ she told the publication.

Chantelle rose to fame in 2019 after she and Dylan, the 2022 Australian of the Year, went public with their romance at a tennis event

In an interview with News.com.au last year, Chantelle opened up about consummating her relationship with Paralympian Dylan, admitting. ‘I think we were both pretty nervous to be honest… But we had a lot of practice and it worked out well’

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