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Gwyneth Montenegro, 39, from Australia, says men who seek out prostitutes will actually target someone who isn't typically beautiful. A former hooker who claims to have slept with more than 10, men has revealed the surprising things men will pay for as she tells women what blokes want in bed.
After more than a decade in the adult industry, Australian woman Gwyneth Montenegro, 39, has detailed her experience and sexual wisdom in a new book. Montenegro details how men prefer women with small boobs with a real feel - and in fact women of all shapes and sizes can be the centre of a man's attentions rather than the stereotypical glamour type.
This can even extend to age, with some preferring older more mature women, not just younger females. The surprises also extended to how women dressed - she said women should not dress in an overly revealing manner as mystery was important. But following her 12 years in the sex industry she said most men didn't turn to her for "hardcore kinky sex" but because they felt threatened in their own relationships. She said she is glad to be away from the industry and now teaches women how to "understand" men and make the most of their relationships.
In , she told she became hooked on her champagne and cocaine lifestyle afforded by her romps - 90 per cent of which were with married men. She said a combination of being ruthlessly bullied throughout her childhood and having seriously low self esteem sent her spiralling down to the dark depths of the sex industry.
She had said: "At school I was bullied because I was very shy and introverted person - I was an easy target. While many of her friends became doctors and lawyers, in her 12 year stint from lap dancing to becoming an escort, Gwyneth managed to sleep with 10, men and kept a journal recording every single one. She said: "I journalised it - it sort of started as a bit of a joke, I thought I'd write down my experiences to help me cope with it. Her clients were described as mainly 'white collar businessmen' and although she added that around 90 per cent of them were married, Gwyneth claims she doesn't feel guilty as she 'probably saved their marriages'.