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Love Island 2021: Shannon Singh confirms her rampant sexual appetite

‘I do have a lot of sex’: Love Island 2021 star Shannon Singh confirms her rampant sexual appetite and says she hopes being open about her desires will empower Asian women to ‘own their bodies’

Love Island star Shannon Singh has reiterated her rampant sexual appetite, confirming she can have sex ‘up to eight times a day’ and admits she’s proud her dad is a former stripper. 

The Scottish model, 23, who hails from Fife, hopes being so open about her sex life will empower Asian women to ‘own their bodies’ and believes entering the show will help break down ‘stereotypes’ associated with her culture. 

Explaining a previous claim about her sex drive in an unearthed podcast she recorded earlier this year in which she bragged about having sex ‘eight times a day’, Shannon, said: ‘It was that I could have sex up to eight times a day.’ 

‘It’s normal’: Shannon Singh has reiterated her rampant sexual appetite, confirming she can have sex ‘up to eight times a day’ and says she’s proud her dad is an ex stripper

She continued: ‘When I am in love with someone, I do have a lot of sex and that’s normal and healthy in a relationship. 

‘That podcast was all about Asian women being empowered and speaking out about things that typical Asian women don’t speak about. 

‘I want to empower women and if I can stop the stereotype of Asian women and not owning who you are and being afraid to show your body and all this stuff, if I can be an advocate for that then of course I will be.’ 

Shannon admits she’s ‘not from a traditional Asian family’, a belief exemplified by her father’s former profession. 

'I do have a lot of sex': The model hopes being so open about her sex life will empower Asian women to 'own their bodies' and believes entering the show will help break down 'stereotypes'

‘I do have a lot of sex’: The model hopes being so open about her sex life will empower Asian women to ‘own their bodies’ and believes entering the show will help break down ‘stereotypes’ 

Indeed, the OnlyFans star, who has also modelled for PrettyLittleThing, says his racy past made her family ‘who we are.’ 

She added: ‘It’s something we are proud of as a family, it’s not traditional, it’s jokes. I think it’s hilarious. 

‘It’s something I just throw in – when people say “what’s your ethnicity, what’s your background?” and I say “I’m Asian”, I think obviously whether people want to or not they do picture Asian families and what they’re like and then I throw it in. 

‘It’s made our family who we are, my brothers, mum and dad, we’re very open and honest as a family as I can speak to them about anything and they’re a great support system.’ 

'It's made our family who we are': Shannon, pictured with her mum, admits she's 'not from a traditional Asian family', a belief exemplified by her father's former profession

‘It’s made our family who we are’: Shannon, pictured with her mum, admits she’s ‘not from a traditional Asian family’, a belief exemplified by her father’s former profession

'I want to empower women': Shannon hopes her appearance on Love Island will challenge how Asian families and 'stereotypes' are viewed

‘I want to empower women’: Shannon hopes her appearance on Love Island will challenge how Asian families and ‘stereotypes’ are viewed 

Shannon says she wouldn’t rule out having sex in the villa, providing it was the natural step in a relationship, but she insists potential suitors have no chance if they’re cocky and arrogant. Plus, younger men are usually also a no go. 

She explained: ‘I like old souls, all my friends are older and I just get on with people that have an older soul so a really young, arrogant, cocky lad coming in – if he were chocolate he’d eat himself, that’s not my vibe at all. 

‘I like guys that are funny, down to earth, family orientated, because I’m such a family girl. ‘If a guy comes in and he’s too excited ad he’s got a rock up his a***, I’ll just think ‘calm down and take a deep breath.’ Arrogance and cockiness are definitely my biggest turn offs.’   

Full list of Love Island 2021 Contestants: Series 7 cast members confirmed by ITV2 

  • Love Island starts at 9pm Monday 28th June on ITV2 and ITV Hub. Episodes are available the following morning on BritBox 
'Turn off': Shannon says she wouldn't rule out having sex in the villa, providing it was the natural step in a relationship, but she insists potential suitors have no chance if they're 'cocky'

‘Turn off’: Shannon says she wouldn’t rule out having sex in the villa, providing it was the natural step in a relationship, but she insists potential suitors have no chance if they’re ‘cocky’

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