A woman with two vaginas has been sharing content on OnlyFans and Pornhub, serving the purpose of making some money, but also educating some folks about her condition along the way.
Evelyn Miller, from Gold Coast, Australia, said that she only found out that something was different when she tried to put a tampon 'in the place you'd usually find your vagina'.
Then, when she was 17, she tried to have sex but her partner's penis 'just kept hitting a wall'.
The reason for this only became clear in 2011 when a visit to the gynaecologist saw her diagnosed with a condition known as uterus didelphys, meaning the 31-year-old has two vaginas, a double uterus and two sets of ovaries.
As well as that, her urethra is 'lower than usual' and her vaginas are positioned either side of it.
At first, Evelyn was anxious about opening up to new partners about her condition.
Evelyn explained that she shied away from sex as her partners didn't know what they were doing, and she had nobody around her that she could go and ask about it.
She said: "I avoided sex for so long - guys didn’t know what they were doing and they’d just end up slamming their penis against my urethra.
"I just didn’t know what was wrong with me. I felt so much anxiety around sex - I only lived with my dad at the time, so I didn’t have anyone I could go to and ask privately."
"Google was out of the question - I lived on a remote farm and we literally only had dial-up, so I couldn’t just look my symptoms up on the internet."
She credits her diagnosis in 2011 for giving her a new lease of life, and in 2018, she set up an OnlyFans account with her husband Tom, and has used it to raise awareness among women.
"OnlyFans has helped me to finally embrace my condition. Creating content and having people complexly fascinated by my condition is really great." She said.
The couple have two children, Andrew and Georgia, together which came as very welcome news to Evelyn as she feared that her condition might mean she couldn't have children.
She said she was 'lucky' as many other women in a similar situation have messaged her and some of them have not been able to conceive.
Evelyn said her popularity on the site peaked while she was pregnant, and that it 'doesn't feel like cheating' as she's got 'one vagina for work and another for play'.
She said she found that people were 'really thankful' to see someone like her being so open and honest about her condition on the internet and felt 'so lucky' to have a platform to help educate women.