'I'm a sex therapist - I earn $500k a year saving marriages by sleeping with clients'

'I know there are a lot of sexless relationships out there and there are a lot of unhappy men'

Olivia Bentley works as a sex therapist (Image: @theoliviabentley / Kennedy News)

'I know there are a lot of sexless relationships out there and there are a lot of unhappy men'

A sex therapist claims to have saved hundreds of marriages by sleeping with her clients. Olivia Bentley is an intimacy educator and teaches couples how to spice up their sex lives by hosting one-to-three-hour sessions teaching them saucy tips and tricks and even jumping into bed with them.

The glamorous 46-year-old claims it's 'unfair' for women to get married and not tend to their husbands' sexual needs. The mum-of-one brands couples who turn to her looking to jump-start their relationships as 'the coolest in the world' for taking steps to embrace a healthier love life together.

Olivia, who describes herself as a 'veteran' sex worker of 15 years, provides emotional support, teaches couples sex tips and helps them learn the ropes by practicing in bed together. She also sees individual male clients - many who have got a 'hall pass' from their spouses, who she says are often 'outsourcing'.

In addition, Olivia also imparts fitness knowledge of consistent exercise and healthy eating to her clients to help them achieve the best sex of their lives. One of her top tips to overweight men is to 'do your sit-ups' - as obesity can restrict blood flow and lead to erectile dysfunction.

Her 'life-changing' services are proving popular, as she sees up to 10 people a week and rakes in $500,000 a year from it. Olivia, from Boise, Idaho, US, said: "I've saved marriages. The stuff I do is completely life-changing. Couples who have sessions with me are the coolest in the world because they understand the importance of sexuality in their relationship as a part of maintaining a healthy marriage.

"There are also couples out there who give the man a hall pass - the wives are basically outsourcing. Some ladies say 'I don't always want to be involved in this but I want to know who you are, I want to approve of you and I'm going to let him come and see you'.

"When you're forthcoming with your sexuality and your needs, that's a healthy thing. If that entails going out and speaking to a professional provider that's great. I've been asked to demo sex acts for wives on their husbands.

"I get physically involved with the majority of the people I see, I think that's part of the appeal. I've been in the sex industry for 15 years. I know there are a lot of sexless relationships out there and there are a lot of unhappy men.

"Men will come to me and they're like 'I just want to feel alive and happy because I'm not really happy in my relationship and I've just learned to get by. It's really neat when couples come in, they're actively working on it together. She's tending to his needs, which is vital.

"It's not an option to get married to a man and then turn around and say 'oh sorry I'm not into sex anymore, too bad for you'. A lot of men tell me they get married and after a few years their sex life goes out the door.

"This is a family man who won't divorce his wife, he just needs to get his needs met elsewhere and that's when the 'hall pass' comes into play. It's not fair but I see it all the time. There's tons of that out there and then they're not really happy. I don't shame them if they're going to go to a provider."

Sex-positive Olivia, who previously worked at the world-famous Moonlite BunnyRanch in Nevada, doesn't have formal qualifications but said she gleaned her knowledge from her time working at the legal brothel and as an independent travel companion.

Olivia said: "I don't have official counseling qualifications, but I have a masters in education. People are usually nervous so I have to do my job at making them feel very comfortable and easing them into it, I'm kind of like the guide. I always want to make the woman feel very confident and comfortable.

"I'm very affectionate physically and emotionally towards the wife always. If she's feeling very good then the mood is elevated and we have a really good time and the husband is very grateful for the experience."

When she's not educating couples in the bedroom, Olivia focuses on another physical passion of hers - training as a fitness influencer and competitor. Olivia said: "I've always been into fitness as far as working out. I just started competing in the last couple of years.

"The more athletic you are, the more sex you want to have - you feel more confident and aroused. People will pick my brain on fitness so I'm generous and during sessions, I give information that I'm learning as I go.

"I have paid coaches who teach me everything - tracking food and doing exercises. When I identify needs in others seeking that information I give that freely. I'm not a certified coach, I'm just telling them what I'm doing hence the influencer side of it.

"I advise men to please do your sit-ups, don't tolerate a big gut. Men who are obese and have a big gut experience more erectile dysfunction because blood flow is getting cut off. If you have a big gut right on top of your penis, you're not getting the same blood flow, that's just straight-up anatomy.

"When you take the reins during sex you're working out more and it can become very cardio-driven the harder you go. I advocate stretching for both men and women, yoga is great for being more limber."

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