Love Island star Megan Barton Hanson has encouraged her fans to experiment with their sexuality in an intimate Instagram Q&A.
Megan urged fans to send in their questions, while she answered via video.
The 27-year-old reality star came out publicly as bisexual back in 2019.
And when someone queried: "Is sex better with a woman? I’m curious, having dreams," Megan was candid in her response.
"Erm, I think it depends who you’re having sex with. Like, sex can be bad for anyone, it can be amazing if you’re both on the same level," she said.
"But yeah, I’d definitely experience it once in your life."
Megan added in the caption: "Def try it," with shrug and overheated emojis.
And the cheeky questions didn’t end there, with Megan asked: "Would you rather sh*g your ex again or your best friend?"
She was just as honest in her response, saying: "So I don’t get it when people are like ‘oh, I’m just mates with my ex now’ because I just think – would you not just wanna bang and still fancy them?
"I think the only exes I wouldn’t bang is two, the first ever one because I don’t know what I was thinking and another one."
The beauty was also quizzed about tips for self-love, to which she replied: “This is tricky in 15 seconds – but quick fixes like working out, eating healthy foods, generally just looking after your body and treating it with kindness just generally makes me feel like I love my body more.”
She added: "Boring but treating it good, eat well, drink loads of water, don’t eat s*** and not drinking alcohol is when I feel the sassiest!
"Hence why I’m not out again today. Back on it tomorrow!" with a bulging bicep emoji.
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Megan initially opened up to Mail Online about how she discovered her sexuality.
"I realised at college. I had a friend who I would spend all my time with.
"When she had a boyfriend I would get weirdly jealous. Then there was a couple who I started seeing when I was about 20,” she said.
Megan has admitted she’d "definitely" return to Love Island for an all-LGBTQ+ series, as she said: "Logistically, I don’t know how it would work if they just chucked in a few token gay people in there. I feel like we need a whole gay series.
"If you’re going to do it, do it properly. I mean, I’d definitely go back on there if there’s a gay season!"
She criticised reality shows for doing only the "bare minimum" when it comes to LGBTQ+ representation.
"Producers now will pick one bisexual girl who will be chucked on a show, be with a girl for a minute, get with a guy and then that’s done."
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