Dylan Alcott Called Out For 'Inappropriate' Video Of Him Using Sex Toy On Girlfriend At Restaurant
The following story shows Otten at the table with the vibrator placed in her undergarments while everyone tests for a ‘vibe check’.
And it’s safe to say by the look on the sexologist’s face that her new toy delivers.
However, many were quick to jump on social media, slamming the couple for their racy meal.
One person wrote: “Hey great platform you have, so you post videos of you using a vibrator on your gf in a restaurant?? You should be ashamed of yourself.”
Another commented: “Sorry Dylan, you have lost me! do what you want in private but keep it off social media.”
While another said: “This is gutter behaviour and no civilised society should allow it to be normalised. Time to cancel Australian of the Year. First that tame woman. and now this boor. Enough.”
Many thought the Australian of the Year recipient shouldn't be promoting sex, even though this was on Chantelle Otten's page.
But some championed the couple, as one person wrote: “Can’t fault Dylan Alcott’s logic around the sex toy thing. Normalise Aussie blokes giving a s*** about their partner’s sexual pleasure.”
And another said: “I’ll have what she’s having.”
Who knew that a man prioritising his partner’s pleasure would leave the world so divisive?
Otten, who promotes body confidence and the taboo around sex, is extremely open about her relationship with the three-time Paralympic gold medallist.
While appearing on the Mamamia podcast No Filter, she disclosed to Mia Freedman about society’s hesitation about being intimate with someone who has a disability.
She said: "I think that it's very scary for some people to view those with a disability as an erotic being, because it is too challenging for them to think outside the box.
"But it's my job is to think outside the box."
She added: “I think the best thing that I've learned from Dylan is to never assume.
"Because yes, I'm an expert in my field, but I've never really thought that I know everything.
"I can never know anything that is so personal to someone else.
"Instead, I see it as my job to figure it out, and to ask a lot of questions.”