She’s made a name for herself playing a teenage girl on Home And Away and Pretty Little Liars.
But actress Tammin Sursok has penned a very adult entry on her blog Bottle And Heels, detailing her five best beaches to have sex on.
The revealing post comes after the 33-year-old spoke out about society’s obsession with celebrities last month in a scathing piece for news.com.au.
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‘You can thank me later!’ Tammin Sursok lists her five best beaches to ‘get carried away’ and have sex on
Tammin describes a range of tropical seaside locations ranging from Mexico to The Maldives.
She lists Punaluʻu Beach in Hawaii at number one, describing the black sand beach as ‘the perfect environment for an afternoon delight’ thanks to the turtles that frequent the cove.
The former singer also includes the Shining Beach on Vaadhoo Island, The Maldives, which is lit up at night thanks to glowing phytoplankton in the water.
Where’s Summer Bay? Tammin describes a range of tropical seaside locations ranging from Mexico to The Maldives
Her favourite: She lists Punaluʻu Beach in Hawaii at number one, describing the black sand beach as ‘the perfect environment for an afternoon delight’
‘Grab a blanket, grab the wine, and leave the candles at home,’ Tammin writes in her blog. ‘The beach will provide you with all the light you need.’
It’s not the first time Tammin has spoke publicly about getting intimate, telling her web series last year that sex is ‘really important for a relationship’.
‘It’s hard doing what we’re doing plus trying to be intimate. But if there’s no connection, which I feel like is so important, than you’re just friends,’ Tammin said of her romance with actor husband Sean McEwen, who she married in 2011.
She’s not shy! It’s not the first time Tammin has spoke about being intimate, telling her web series last year that sex is ‘really important for a relationship’.
Loved up: Tammin has been married to actor Sean McEwen since 2011 and the two share a three-year-old daughter Phoenix together
Last month Tammin also spoke out against society’s obsession with celebrity’s personal lives, writing in a column for News Corp Australia: ‘Why is our mind numbing obsession with celebrity so feverish?’
‘Don’t get me wrong, I’d rather you knew my name than not. I’d like you to know it out of respect for something I did which connected us in some way,’ she wrote.
The Australia actress said that being a musician or actor was just a job at the end of the day and didn’t mean that the person deserved to live in a ‘virtual cage’.
Tammin writes: ‘As someone who has been working in this “business” for 18 years (and they call it that because Hollywood is intended to generate money, not cultivate dreams, and believing differently will derail your spirit), I’m still at loss as to why we are so dramatically “obsessed”.’
Expressing her opinion: Last month Tammin also spoke out about society’s obsession with celebrity’s personal lives
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