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Woman receives backlash after saying she has relationships to 'humble' men

Woman receives backlash after saying she has relationships to 'humble' men

"It was fun"

The dating game is treacherous one.

Trawling through dating apps in a bid to find that special someone is an exhausting process filled with plenty of pitfalls.

How do you ask them out on a date? Where do you go? Should they meet your parents? When do you say 'I love you'?

It's basically an exercise in not getting rejected and subsequently your heart broken into a million tiny pieces.

So you can imagine people's surprise when a woman came out and said that she's always looking to hurt men.

Yep, rather than trying to form some semblance of a true relationship with another person, Hensley revealed that her goal is often to break her partner's hearts.

Speaking on the 'Whatever' podcast, the stripper said that she goes into it looking to 'humble' guys.

Hensley (right) says she likes 'humbling' guys.
Whatever Podcast/YouTube

During the introductions, the host asks the seven women taking part about their current relationship status.

When he gets to Hensley, he recalls her previous appearance, during which she revealed that she had been seeing a 'go go dancer' who she met at a club.

Asked if they were still an item, she said: "No. I mean, the whole time I was seeing him, I was kind of using it as a psychology experiment. I didn't really like the guy, I more just wanted to see if I could break his heart.

"It was fun."

When asked if she managed to achieve her objective, Hensley replied: "Just a wee bit."

She went on: "I think he was kind of a diagnosable narcissist, so it was more of like, a head game.

"I think he's much too conceited to be in full heartbreak, but I hope I did a little damage."

A stunned host then gasped: "Wow. Ok. Why do you hope you did a little damage?"

"Just, I like humbling men," she said. "It's like, my pastime."

Check out the full interview here:

Since a clip of the interview was posted on Twitter, Hensley has been heavily criticised by many over her comments.

Writing on the site, one user said: "Interesting, she also dresses like an absolute jackass so I don’t think we need put much stock into her lame ideas."

Another commented: "She’s gross for this."

"I just feel pity for her," put a third. "I wonder what she must have gone through to end up like this."

While someone else chipped in: "She’s broken y’all so she wants every man to feel her pain, that’s next level selfish."

Love is brutal.

Featured Image Credit: whateverpod/TikTok

Topics: US News, Viral, Sex and Relationships, Twitter