Megan Barton Hanson is 'open' to dating women after Wes Nelson split and admits she's a 'very sexual person'

The 24-year-old Love Island star has been in same-sex relationships in the past and said that she wants to use her platform to "speak out".

Megan also admitted that she doesn't want to date another celebrity again – particularly reality stars.

Speaking to New magazine, the blonde beauty explained: "I'm steering clear of anyone in the limelight, especially reality people.

"I am never dating another reality girl or guy ever again."

When asked if she was attracted to women, Megan continued: "I feel like I might be after this broken heart.

"I've dated girls in the past, so it's not like I wouldn't do it.

"I think more people who have this platform need to speak out to younger girls honestly, saying things like: 'I've had a few sexual partners, I've always practiced safe sex, I appreciate women and I appreciate men.'

"The more we are all open about it, the less taboo it becomes."

The reality star also spoke out about her split from Wes, with the Love Island couple breaking up after Megan grew jealous of Wes' Dancing On Ice partner, Vanessa Bauer, last month.

Megan confessed that she had never loved anybody the way that she loved Wes, but insists that their relationship had been faltering before he signed up to the ITV programme.

In fact, Megan told the publication that sex was "the only good part" about her and Wes' romance "towards the end" – and when she realised she didn't want to rush to sleep with another man after their split she knew it must have been true love.

She explained: "I am a very sexual person. Normally after a split I would go out with my friends and I have the motto: 'To get over someone you need to get under someone'.

"But the thought of kissing someone else now is like 'eugh'.

"My mum was like: 'You must have really loved him'. I think I just need time."

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