Three-time Olympic gold medal winner, Dylan Alcott, recently had a night out with his partner Chantelle Otten to test drive a sex toy.

Dylan Alcott, who has won three gold medals in wheelchair tennis and basketball, and partner Chantelle Otten, who is a bestselling sexologist, recently test drove a remote-controlled vibrator at a restaurant in London.

Otten shared a series of clips on her Instagram Story in which she demoed the product and showed it off in action.

“This part slips in your knickers,” she explained at the start of the clip while showing off the device.

Otten was clearly trying to sell the device to their audience, but also managed to have some fun while doing so.

“It’s a really fun toy and can be versatile.”

Chantelle told her 170,000 followers it was “great for date night”.

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“Hand over control to your partner (or whoever, really!) Great for parties. Was it restaurant appropriate? I don’t know, but we had fun!” she concluded.

Chantelle and Dylan have been dating for four years, and Otten has spoken extensively about how it is important to be sex-positive when it comes to perceptions of disabled people.

“A lot of people think people with a disability don’t have sex but I’m having the best sex of my life and it’s important for me to say that,” she told Stellar in December 2020.

“There are people out there who might have a crush on someone with a disability but aren’t confident to ask questions about it. They need to know that these sex lives are important and erotic and achievable, and they can build a life together.”

Otten spoke further on the importance of showing others her relationship with Dylan Alcott.

“Dylan and I are quite private but it’s important to get the word out. For me, working with people and having them know I’m in a relationship with someone with a disability is great.”

Chantelle also made an admission that she is not perfect and the importance of realizing one’s own vulnerability.

“I’m just a normal person who has a relationship,” she told in October of 2021.

“I’m not my own therapist, I’m not my partner’s therapist.”

“I’m not ever going to come into a scenario saying that I know best here.”

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