A middle aged woman has left the world talking after opening up that she is in possession of two straight vaginas on her body.
Apparently, the woman has explained that she does not mix pleasure with work. As a result, she uses one for personal sex while she uses the other one professionally to get money.
Evelyn Miller who is an adult content creator revealed that she never established that she had two wombs and two vaginas at the age of 20 years.
The 31 year old Evelyn Miller from Queensland in Australia started working in the sex industry after a relationship breakdown. While there, she ensured that only one vagina was to be shared by men as she kept the other one for her private use at home.
This is what the woman said about her vaginas:
“I worked as an independent escort for about seven years travelling around the world. I was able to use one vagina for work and one vagina for my personal life, which made the work a lot easier emotionally and physically for me.”
After stopping doing that as reported by a local publication, she moved over to OnlyFans and began creating adult content which earns her $75,000 USD (£54,829) per month.
Evelyn puts her success down to having two vaginas but says there are plenty of downfalls that she has to think about due to having them
They include: putting two tampons in when she is on her period, having both vaginas tested for STDs when she visits the gynaecologist – and even where her partner can ejaculate while they are having sex.
This is what she said about ejaculation:
“Theoretically, I could carry two babies at once if I wanted – but it would be hard for my body, so we have had to be careful in that sense.
“Sex in each vagina feels very, very different I prefer one side but it depends on the position and shape of the guy as to which one I choose to have sex in.
“Having two vaginas has made my sex life a lot of fun – we can have sex in one side and use a toy in another, and there are all sorts of positions and things I can try.
“They both feel very different to me so I’ve been finding out what I like and don’t like on each side.”
She continued: “I don’t wish that I only had one vagina. Having two has made my sex life more fun, and I think it’s important to embrace all bodies – we can all be so different.”
In the meantime, a middle aged mother has left many people around the world not only talking but also in shock after naming her son after Lucifer.
Josie Barnes received backlash after choosing a rather unusual name for her seven-month-old son and also for giving her six-year-old daughter six middle names.
The 27-year-old waded into a debate on whether it was rude to criticise people’s choice of baby name on the Jeremy Vine show and called in to give her views.
The mum-of-two from Plymouth, revealed she named her boy Lucifer after the name popped into her head one day.
She told Plymouth Live : “There wasn’t any inspiration for the name. I’ve looked at many baby books and I like unusual names. I don’t like having the standard names.
“I assumed I was having a girl so I picked a girl’s name because we are a very female-dominated family – I was going to call her Narnia, but then I found out I was having a boy.
“I like the names I like, it may not be right for other people. When I chose his name I knew people wouldn’t like it but it’s not up to them.
“I had a couple of family members saying ‘you can’t call him that’, but I said I’m not religious so it doesn’t stand for what other people think it stands for.
“But my dad knows what I’m like and that I like to be unique so he said that seems like you.”
Josie says since appearing on TV ‘on impulse’ she has been sent a barrage of nasty comments from people, but also received lots of messages of support from people who love her son’s name too.
She said: “I’ve had a lot of hate since being on Jeremy Vine but it still doesn’t change my opinion, I don’t regret choosing that name.
“I’ve had messages all day. I didn’t realise that one impulse phone call to Channel 5 would end up in me having so many.
“I do think people have a right to have an opinion – it’s mostly the older generation that don’t like it.
“I like the name because I like it, I don’t think it stands for the devil, in my eyes.
“If the devil was called something else, you wouldn’t like that name either. It’s about people’s mindset with the name.
“I’ve had people ask me why, but I say why not? The name is no different than Sarah or Dom.”