Australian sex worker ‘slut-shamed’ for sleeping with 22 men on 10-day holiday in Paris

An Australian woman who bedded 22 men during a recent 10-day holiday has shared her horror after being horrifically “slut-shamed” online.

Taila Maddison is a sex worker from Newcastle who has amassed a following detailing her life as an adult content creator.

After experiencing a recent break-up, Ms Maddison jetted off to Europe, later revealing in a video she’d slept with multiple men to get over her ex.

Her candid admission quickly went viral after it was shared by a self-titled “woke” influencer who dishes controversial dating advice to men about how to treat women.

Freddiemc, who has almost 1 million followers across Instagram and TikTok, shared his thoughts Ms Maddison’s video – outrageously claiming her antics made her a “disgrace to her whole bloodline”.

What ensued was a cruel and disturbing avalanche of hate towards the 25-year-old from men who branded it evidence “we’re dealing with the worst generation of women in history”.

Ms Maddison told news.com.au she’s used to being criticised due to the nature of her work, but said this onslaught felt like an “attack” on her for being a woman who is open about her sexuality.

“I try and block out most of the negativity, but on this scale it’s hard to ignore,” she said.

“I think being called a ‘disgrace’ is harsh.

“If it was a guy who posted the video, him and his mates would be high-fiving each other and cheering about it.

“It’s extremely sad that these kinds of double standards are still here in 2024.”

While you may be quick to brush off claims of sexual double standards, research shows that women and men are held to different standards of sexual conduct by society.

A study published in the National Library of Medicine found that “greater numbers of sexual partners are positively correlated with boys’ peer acceptance, but negatively correlated with girls’ peer acceptance” among younger generations.

Males tend to be rewarded and praised for constant sexual activity, whereas females are stigmatised for these behaviours.

“Men will never ever have to experience this kind of judgement or know what it’s like to be called slut,” Ms Maddison shared.

“I would never sit there and make a video about someone else’s life calling them names.”

Indeed, comments made regarding Ms Maddison’s “body count” were far from flowery, often teetering towards bullying while all were laden with misogyny.

One man, who shared Freddiemc’s video on X, wrote: “Imagine making it to your mission in life to sleep with every man you run into, posting it on the internet, and expecting praise for it.”

The post garnered more than 5.1 million views and was flooded with comments, many too offensive to publish.

“That boyfriend really dodged a bullet,” one claimed.

“In 15 years she’ll be posting a video about how hard it is to find a husband,” another raged.

However, many leapt to her defence, pointing out the comments would be more positive “if it was a man”.

Thankfully, Ms Maddison has developed a thick skin, largely due to the fact she cops “nasty” comments about her profession “every single day”.

“Sex is just a part of life. I don’t think it’s anything to be ashamed about. My loved ones know me and know what kind of person I am in real life, my online content is just there to build my business,” she explained.

“I’ve always been an open book about anything in life and I like my social media to be a reflection of that, so there’s not much that’s off limits.

“Every single day there is a man who has a problem with what I do for work or what I choose to post.

“I am not normally one to stereotype but it is always middle aged men who are in relationships.”

The young entrepreneur, who previously went viral when she discovered her stepdad subscribed to her online business, also revealed her ex is aware of her escapades following their break-up and was fine with it.

“He knows the ins and outs of my job and my life and thinks it’s hilarious,” Ms Maddison said.

“He hates to see the negative comments and the way people treat me. But at the end of the day he knows me in real life and we can completely detach from the drama.”

She also declared that the backlash had done little to quell her appetite to bed multiple partners, stating: “I’m going to continue whether you like it or not.”

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