Megan Barton Hanson slams 'vanilla' sex with Love Island ex Wes Nelson and says he has a lot to learn

FORMER Love Island star Megan Barton Hanson has slammed her ex-boyfriend Wes Nelson, branding him “vanilla” in the bedroom and saying he has “a lot to learn”.

The stunning blonde, who at 25 is four years his senior, said: “I don’t remember Wes really liking sex toys.

“In fact he was pretty vanilla in the bedroom, he was only young though bless him, he’s got a lot to learn.

“Whereas I love playing with sex toys, especially the rabbits. Women masturbating is nothing to be ashamed of, I feel like it’s such a taboo.”

The couple dated for six months after finding love on the ITV2 show last summer before splitting in January amid rumours he was growing close to his Dancing On Ice co-star Vanessa Bauer.

Megan now admits the exes no longer speak but she keeps in touch with some of the men from her series.

She said: “I’m leaving him in the past. We’re not in touch.

"I still speak to the boys a lot, Sam Bird, Charlie Brake and Charlie Frederick.”

Megan, who is leading Ann Summers’ Pleasure Positivity Project, revealed she wishes she was in this series of Love Island because she fancies basketball player Ovie Soko, 28, more than her batch of men.

She said: “I love Ovie, I was in the wrong year, I would have passed out if he’d done the stripper challenge in front of me – his body is unreal.”

Bisexual Megan is taking part in the current series of E4’s Celebs Go Dating.

She said: “It’s really good fun and I felt like I’ve had so many failed relationships I feel like I can’t be bothered, it’s like looking for a job or something.

"I’m really close to Jack Fincham and Lee Ryan is funny, he is always joking. I could never see myself getting with him though, he is like a dad.

"I think men are scared of me because I’m so sexual. I like women as well, I don’t care if you have t**s or a penis.

"I’ve been dating men as well as women. It’s really exciting. I’ve never had a full on relationship with a girl, just sexual experiences.”

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