OnlyFans couple Bonnie and Tommy Slayed believes threesomes can save marriages

'A shared new experience and doing something together for the first time is so exciting,' Tommy said


                            OnlyFans couple Bonnie and Tommy Slayed believes threesomes can save marriages
Bonnie and Tommy Slayed have been in a relationship for the last six years (Instagram/ @bonnietommybkup)
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A couple who left their traditional jobs to work as sex workers has claimed that threesomes can save relationships/ marriages. British pair Bonnie and Tommy Slayed also believe that people should also try it in 2022. The duo has an OnlyFans account and they earn money through it by sharing raunchy content. Their monthly income is reportedly £6,000 ($8,122). They also proudly claim to have had a strong bond since the beginning of their relationship and some credit for it goes to threesomes.

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Speaking with The Daily Star, Tommy said: “Before we were fully committed in our relationship we delved into the lifestyle and had our first threesome. For us it was liberating – Bonnie and Tommy Slayed our desires with no judgment gave our relationship such a strong foundation. Communication is everything and the cornerstone to any relationship.”

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He continued, “Couples who are great communicators always have the best sex – we’ve found anyway. Chances are, your partner would like to add another dimension to their sex life as well, so unless you talk about it you’ll never know.”

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The 31-year-old lives with Bonnie and their two kids in the South East of England after meeting each other on the Plenty of Fish dating app six years ago. However, they entered the world of sex business last year only and think Brits who would try threesomes in the new year would end up having a strong relationship with their partners. “Threesomes could help by strengthening communication between spouses and bringing a deeper understanding of each other’s desires. A shared new experience and doing something together for the first time is so exciting. Creating moments like this in your relationship can lead to greater levels of intimacy and trust,” Tommy added.

Earlier, Bonnie and Tommy Slayed had told The Daily Star that they left their 9-5 job to give more time to their children. They also said that they were proud of whatever they’re doing and shoot their adult content when the kids are asleep. At the time, Tommy had also talked about the taboo sex workers face and stated, “What we are doing is not illegal and there are no restrictions. Just because it is a bit of a taboo it doesn’t mean people should be discriminated against. We are not ashamed. We are all for sexual freedom and if people want to do that then that’s cool.”

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Meanwhile, Bonnie and Tommy Slayed’s recent comments have attracted a lot of attention online with some agreeing with them while others are uncomfortable with the idea. A supporter tweeted: “Some people are too sensitive when it comes to sexuality. you got to be open minded and try new things. you won't know if you like something if you don't try it.” When a user said, “Imagine having a relationship so weak that you need another person in order to spice it up and make it ‘stronger’....” another one replied: “Lol you obviously never heard of swingers relationships. Most of the ones I know (from being in the adult entertainment industry) have extremely strong and lasting marriages.”

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A person wrote, “Threesomes are so over rated. Kills a lot of the intimacy and if you actually care for one of the women & she does for you too, it turns into a fight always & a weird awkward thing. Lost my high school sweetheart this way. And if you’re doing one with another man, you’re gay lol.” The second one added, “I’m ok being an observer. I need a peaceful marriage, not one that involves ‘spice’ with another person. I’m not judging anyone for what they do in their bedroom. I’m just saying their lifestyle is not for me. I don’t see why they feel the need to say others should try 3-some.”

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