Love Island star Megan Barton-Hanson reveals she is bi-sexual

The reality star feels like she has a "deeper connection with women"

Megan Barton-Hanson prefers to have sex with women.

The Love Island 2018 finalist may have become known as a man-eater when she took part in the dating show last year but she’s revealed she would like to settle down with a woman because she has a “deeper connection” with the same sex.

Megan would like to settle down with a woman (Credit: SplashNews)

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Speaking to The Sun newspaper, she said: “I just felt like I needed to get with a guy because society said so but after the [bleep] I’ve been through, I just want to see how it goes with a woman.

“I first fell in love with a girl when I was 16, but it wasn’t even in a sexual way. I never saw her just in that way, but we’d like hang out, and one thing led to another.

“We would do everything together. I found her more and more attractive, and not even the way she looked, just like the way she was in general. I just feel like I have a deeper connection with women.

Megan first fell in love with a girl when she was 16 (Credit: SplashNews)

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“I think long-term I would get with a woman, but it’s hard. I really want kids, so that’s something I’d need to look into when the time comes.

“The last person I slept with was a man, but it was highly disappointing. That’s why I feel more compatible and comfortable with women.”

The 24-year-old beauty actually auditioned for Love Island in 2017 but believes she was rejected because she revealed that she was bisexual.

The reality star auditioned for Love Island in 2018 but believes she was rejected because she told them she was bisexual (Credit: SplashNews)

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She explained: “I was super open and said I feel like I’m more into girls, but I think that’s what put them off.”

However, when she put her name forward last year, she kept quiet about her sexual preference and, instead, just told producers that she was a stripper.

She said: “In Love Island I already felt I had a stigma attached to me because of being a stripper. I didn’t want to like add to it by revealing I like girls as well!”

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