Porn stars reveal common mistake Aussie men make in the bedroom

X-rated creators have revealed what Aussie men are getting wrong when it comes to sex, and there’s a clear theme. 

Sex conversations are having a moment in Australia. There’s been a rise in women creating racy content online, and it has led to plenty of chatter about modern sexuality, trends and kinks.

Now, four creators have revealed what men are still getting wrong about sex in 2024 and why the most common mistake is an exclusively Aussie issue.

Alicia Davis, who was a correctional officer bringing home $1100 per week before she became an X-rated creator via a subscription service, said that Aussie men can be quite “egotistical” when it comes to sex. 

Davis, 31, said that they’re often far too keen to rush in, which can ruin the experience. 

“They think it’s all about getting in and getting the job done rather than the little things that can add to the moment”.

She explained that many don’t care if a woman is satisfied as long as they are.

Ms Davis went as far to say that European men are better in bed. 

“Whenever I’ve slept with an Irish or British guy, they have been much more communicative and sensual. It makes a world of difference,” she argued. 

Similarly, creator Annie Knight, 26, who previously went viral for revealing that she’d slept with 300 people in the past 12 months, said that Aussie men tend to have a “jump straight in” approach to sex, which isn’t ideal. 

“What they don’t understand is you have to go slowly. Start by kissing and light touching,” she said.

Kay Manuel, who is also an X-rated creator, said the issue is once again that Aussie men “rush” to reach the finish. 

“Honestly, it derails the whole experience,” she said.

Ms Manuel said that this can often lead to women “faking it” because they want to appease men who aren’t making enough effort.

“We are made to feel that stroking their ego by faking it will make for better sex. But that only serves … them,” she pointed out. 

The theme of having no patience continued with escort Katija Cortez said that men think women can orgasm on “command.”

“I’m not sure how men really think we can just make it happen automatically 57 times in a session. Even better when they last 10 seconds and ask if I’ve finished!” she said.

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