A young woman has taken her partner to task live on air, using Sydney Breakfast radio as a platform to let him know an intimate detail about their relationship.
Chelsea, 26, phoned into Sydney's #1 FM Breakfast show, The Kyle & Jackie O Show, and told the hosts she's never been able to finish in the bedroom with her current partner.
She's been with her boyfriend, Anthony, for over two years, and said she loves him 'to bits'.
"I love having sex with him. I love him," she said on KIIS 106.5.
She noted that early on in the relationship, the duo had discussed that she hadn't achieved climax with him, however she felt guilty when he consistently asked her if the situation had changed.
So, she started faking it.
I just need a bit more, probably, just more time, I think," she said of how her partner could fix the situation.
"Sometimes I think we're just rushing. And I just sometimes think I'm not going to get there, and then I do fake it."
Co-host Kyle Sandilands implored the young woman not to 'blame' her partner, lest he get self-conscious and embarrassed.
Instead, Sandilands said she should frame it as an issue they can work on together, for mutual benefit.
When the radio show phoned up Anthony, he was affronted by the new information.
"I thought I was doing well," he said.
"I don't know what else I can do... I thought my moves were pretty good."
At various points, Anthony noted he felt a bit intimidated, frustrated with himself and 'less like a man'.
She countered with: "I'm enjoying us in the bedroom. I'm just not getting fully satisfied, which is something that we both need to work on. And, like, I just need to be a bit more vocal, but I just needed to get it off my chest."
Sandilands also defended the man, noting the situation is a common one.
"This isn't rare though, guys. This happens I think with a lot of couples, a lot. It's more common than you would think," he said.
Co-host Jackie 'O' Henderson also encouraged Anthony not to be offended if Chelsea shakes up things in the bedroom or helps herself along.
"It's nothing on you, okay?," she said.
"The best thing for a sex life is talking about it. Saying 'This is what I like', 'Let me try this', 'Let us try this', you know?
"Don't not talk about it, because you're just going to carry on the way you are, and that's not good."
Sandilands ended the chat by encouraging all male listeners to 'ring your own missus' and make sure they aren't suffering from the same affliction.