About Abbie Chatfield's experience with 'dirty' sexual slur.
According to the Bachelor star, she's had a harrowing experience with an unusually common sexual encounter.
In the wake of her sexually transmitted infection diagnosis, Bachelor star Abbie Chatfield has opened out about the stigma she's faced as a result (STIs).
As a result of her appearance on The Bachelor in 2019, Abbie is now a successful influencer and podcaster who promotes a positive view on sexuality.
As well as being diagnosed with many STIs, she has come out about having an abortion before appearing on reality television.
All of Abbie's ailments were developed through a "on-and-off" relationship with a long-term boyfriend, she told news.com.au podcast Kinda Sorta Dating.
It's only happened to her when she's been in a relationship, she told Jana Hocking on the show.
Because he cheated, they all happened.
Abbie stated she had "never been mad" that her ex lover gave her STIs, despite the distressing circumstances of how she got them.
It's not that I'm furious that he gave me STIs; it's more that I've caught you lying," she replied in response. When it comes to STIs, "it's not ideal, but it's treatable."
After Abbie revealed her past STIs, she said the response she received was "very nice" and that she had been approached by other women who had felt "ashamed" about their diagnoses.
Despite this, she continued to get demeaning comments for having STIs.
This is something Abbie hears from time-to-time: "You filthy ba**ch had STIs and an abortion", she claimed.
I don't know. "I'm not a bad person because someone broke my trust."
"I'm going to travel over Australia and just f**k all the people that I've wanted to," Abbie said Jana, who has been living alone in Sydney since the lockdown began in late June.
After a few days of being on lockdown, Abbie and two other friends got together to have some fun.
It took me almost three weeks of being in lockdown to remember that. This is the first time in a long time that I've forgotten everything about it, including being touched and having sex."