Paralympian Dylan Alcott responds to outcry over video showing him using SEX TOY on his girlfriend in public

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SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA: Dylan Alcott has finally addressed the controversy sparked after a video of him using a sex toy on his sex therapist girlfriend, Chantelle Otten in a restaurant surfaced on the internet.

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Addressing the heated debate, the 2022 Australian of the Year and wheelchair tennis star, 31, said Body + soul magazine that he is proud of Otten’s work and does not pay attention to criticism. ‘Everyone has the right to have an opinion. I don’t tell others how to react,” he said.

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“I don’t tell others how they should react. All I know is what we represent in our relationship. I am proud of the work she does and she supports me in the disability space. he added.

The video in question was shared by Otten, 31, on his Instagram Stories. Along with the footage, the sex therapist gave a glimpse of her musical dinner at a fancy restaurant with her boyfriend Alcott and a group of friends. Before leaving for dinner, Otten gave a brief description of the product and said that this sex toy was “for Pride Month”.

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‘To celebrate Pride, I decided to try something new to treat myself. This part slips into your panties,’ she explained to her 170,000 followers while showing off the device. Once she settled into her seat, she inserted the toy inside her and shook her head, saying she was enjoying the feel. Later, Alcott and a friend of theirs slowly rubbed Otten’s crotch to feel the vibration of the device.

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Dylan Alcott used a sex toy on his girlfriend while dining at a restaurant (@Chantelle Otten/Instagram)

She then let her tennis star boyfriend take control of the device with his smartphone. As he controlled the device, Otten laughed and writhed, gasping and occasionally laughing in ecstasy. “I will confirm this is fun,” she captioned the video. “Ideal for a date. Give control to your partner (or whoever it is, really!). Ideal for parties. Was it an appropriate restaurant? I don’t know, but we had a great time!”

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(Chantelle Otten/Instagram)
Before leaving for dinner, Chantelle Otten gave a brief description of the product and said that this sex toy was “for Pride Month” (@Chantelle Otten/Instagram)

However, images of the couple have ruffled feathers on Twitter. While some netizens criticized the tennis star, some came out in support of the couple. “This is gutter behavior and no civilized society should allow it to be normalised. It’s time to cancel Australian of the Year,” one Twitter user cried.

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“As Australian of the Year, do we really need to read about your sexual adventures in a restaurant in Sydney? Is there something sacred in your world? Sort it out,” grumbled another user. “Sorry Dylan you lost me! Do what you want privately but keep it off social media,” one reviewer wrote.

However, Alcott received plenty of positive feedback, with many fans saying his racy night with Otten made the sports hero even more likable. “I just read an article about Dylan Alcott, respected Paralympian, Disability Advocate and Australian of the Year, using a sex toy on his partner in a restaurant. Frankly, I’m shocked. I didn’t think I could like it more than I already have, but here we are,” one fan tweeted.

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Alcott and Otten first made their relationship public at a tennis event in April 2019 and have been inseparable ever since. Alcott told Good Weekend magazine last year that he was very nervous about consummating his relationship with Otten, given that his entire career has centered around the study of sexual experience. “I thought, you do it with the best! But we’re both sex-positive. It’s important for me to talk about it,” the athlete explained.

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