Lana May is making a killing by keeping marriages alive. Or at least, that’s what she said is the reason she talks to married men online.
And she’s not playing the role of a marriage counselor — but rather, a seductress. Hey, anything to help a husband reconcile with his wife, right?
“I’m a sexy man whisperer for those at a loose end,” she told NudePR.com, via The Sun.
This process of rescuing marriages, of course, has seemingly benefitted May financially. She claims to have made $20,000 by way of her, uh, talents.
But that’s not all she does. She also serves as an advisor for single men, giving them pointers on how to land a lady.
Lana May on Instagram
“So far, it’s a pretty even mix of single and married men,” she said. “Most of them are desperate for a connection, others are trying to revive the spark in their marriages.
“I help them; at the start of the call I’ll ask if they want coaching or sexting or dirty talk, which helps them polish up their skills.”
It’s not all a gimmick. It seems as if she actually helps people.
“Some tell me they love their wives so much but they haven’t been intimate and want advice on how to get that back,” she said. “A lot of the single men ask me how they can get a woman as beautiful as myself and I give them tips.
“Paying for my coaching service means these men want to work on their relationships or selves. And I love to be able to help with the intimacy side of things.”
“I Help Them”
Lana May, 42, charges $15 a minute for sessions that last a half hour. That’s how she got a cool $20K in a little less than six months.
Admittedly one to date much younger men, she also rakes in cash via her OnlyFans page.
“I have a lot of repeated custom and I only do the coaching when I want to,” she said. “Most are already paying for my OnlyFans so this deepens the connection they have with me.
“I don’t think they are cheating by subscribing to my OnlyFans already, as they would have sourced that elsewhere,” she said. “I told some of my female friends and they applauded me, saying I was doing them a service.
“They even said the wives should be grateful and should be paying for it.”
Well, now, there’s an idea. Wives paying May to speak to their husbands. Why not, she asked?
“At the end of the day, nobody is getting hurt and it’s not an affair in the traditional sense.” May said. “I’m saving relationships and being good-looking doesn’t hurt.”