Gwyneth Montenegro was bullied at school, had severely low self-esteem and was gang raped at the age of 18 during a night out at a club.
Her life spiralled into darkness and she became an escort. Charging between $500-$1000 an hour she slept with well-known politicians, lawyers, musicians – and plenty of Australian men.
Many of those men were married.
Having found the strength to turn her life around, push through her depression and walk away from an industry which she describes as “soul-destroying and disempowering”, she has now released a book ’10,000 Men and Counting’.
Now she’s launching a new venture, ‘Intimacy Profiling’, an online tool which enables women to analyse their partner’s intimate behaviour, change the way they communicate and ensure they don’t cheat.