Jodie Marsh has been celibate for two and a half years, but after filming a documentary about prostitution she’s said she never wants to have sex EVER again. Well, with a man anyway…
The glamour model turned bodybuilder was so sickened by her findings when she visited Amsterdam’s red-light district, watched an orgy in Germany, faced death threats in Soho and filmed working girls on the street in Manchester, that she’s said the idea of letting anyone near her body frightens her.
While filming the eye-opening documentary], Jodie met a number of different sex workers, including 65-year-old granny, a 21-year-old escort and a group of heroin-addicted prostitutes. She told The Sun: “Mostly the thing they had in common was they’d all been forced into it by a man. And their lives were s**t.”
Jodie added: “While we were filming there were quite a few shocking moments for me. One girl — who had a g**g b**g in Germany where 15 men had sex with her one after the other — said she loved it.
“That g**g b**g shocked me and it shocked me more that none of the men used condoms. That put me off sex. I’ve been celibate for two and a half years but that put me off sex even more, and the whole crew too. It made me think nobody is coming near my body ever again.”
Jodie, who's had a lesbian relationship in the past, says she’s on a 'man ban', but that doesn’t mean she couldn’t be convinced to have sex with a woman again…
“That g**g b**g put me off sex for life. I’m on a man ban. I do get turned on by women but at this point it doesn’t cross my mind because I don’t want a relationship.
“I know that if I’m looking at arousing images, I would rather be looking at women than men, so I’ve been questioning it recently.
“If you had the perfect man and perfect woman in the same room, I can guarantee I’d be more drawn to the woman. Men are hairy but women are neatly shaved and dainty and cute and pretty.”
As part of the documentary, 34-year-old Jodie sat in one of the infamous windows in Amsterdam as men leered at her.
She said: “Loads of blokes were looking at me like I was a piece of meat. These were men you’d never ever consider having sex with in a million years. It was gross but it was easy for me to sit there because I had that safety net and I wasn’t going to let anyone in.
“I was thinking, ‘These men think I’m for sale. I’m not but these girls are and when I leave here tonight, they’ll be back at work.’”
Jodie Marsh On... The Game premieres on TLC on 29 October at 10pm.