Woman Who Has Slept With 500 People Shares The One Dating Trick That Will Make Your Crush Want You

Annie Knight, who has earned the title of ‘Australia's most sexually active woman’, has revealed the one trick that makes men want you more.
Credit: @anniekknight/Instagram

The woman who has slept with 500 people and earned the title of ‘Australia‘s most s**ually active woman’ has now revealed the one trick that will make your crush want you more. 

Annie Knight achieved her ambitious goal of sleeping with 300 people in 2023 and she’s now set her sights on new targets for 2024 and beyond.

Her success and status as one of the top earners on OFs has not been without its challenges – she’s ‘sacrificed a lot’.

And now, Knight is back in the headlines with a special trick up her sleeves.

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Annie Knight says her career has resulted in her sacrificing ‘a lot’. Credit: @anniekknight/Instagram

Knight’s choice in career means life hasn’t always been smooth sailing.

The content creator, who insists her job is ‘a lot of hard work’, recently appeared on Love Don’t Judge and revealed her career has led to ‘mixed reactions’.

“People judge me because I slept with 300 people last year but I don’t care,” the OFs star said.

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Knight pointed out that there’s a ‘stigma’ surrounding ‘women being s**ual’, as opposed to men, adding: “I think people accept men as being s**ual beings, whereas women are seen as non-s**ual beings, which is incorrect.

“I don’t understand why when a man does it, they celebrate it and call him a legend, but when a woman does it we’re called names and ridiculed. It’s just not fair.”

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Annie Knight admits her work has impacted her love life. Credit: @anniekknight/Instagram

Knight has said she’s even been ‘ghosted’ by one of her ‘regulars’ after they found out about her career.

“I guess he didn’t know that I had a rotation and that he was one of my regulars, so whoopsies. I guess he’s seen the articles and he freaked out and was like, ‘I don’t want to be with this girl’, which kind of sucks,” she admitted.

“He was a pretty good guy. I thought better of him, but if he’s going to judge me, then he can go f*** himself, quite literally, because he’s not going to be f***ing me.”

Knight’s exposure even led to her being ‘outed’ to her dad.

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Annie Knight says anyone who dates her must follow one rule. Credit: @anniekknight/Instagram

The OFs star says her work has also impacted her love life, explaining: “It’s hard to find a guy who ticks all my boxes.”

She’s also revealed the one thing a guy must be up for if they dated her – filming content.

Knight told the Daily Mail: “Even if they wear a headscarf of whatever and don’t show their face, I don’t care. If they don’t want to show their face that’s not a problem.”

And now, the content creator has shared that there’s one particular trick she uses to make men she’s dating want her even more…

Annie Knight
Annie Knight says there’s one dating trick to follow if you want a guy to want you even more. Credit: @anniekknight/Instagram

On the Double Dose podcast, Knight says: “I have like a strong opinion on the dating side of things, I think my opinion is that when you start dating a guy, you have to start playing some games.

“Like if you’re really keen on him, which is something I’ve experienced in the past, and you show them, they freak the f*** out and run for the hills.”

Elaborating, she adds: “You also act like you don’t have time so it makes them want you more.

“This is what I’ve found over the years. And that is annoying because you feel like you have to change who you are.

“But you’re not changing yourself, you just have to play these small games. And then once you’ve got him, do what you want.”

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Written by Annie Walton Doyle

Annie Walton Doyle is a content editor at IGV who specialises in trending, lifestyle and entertainment news. She graduated from Goldsmiths, University of London, with a degree in English Literature. Annie has previously worked with organisations such as The Huffington Post, The Guardian, The Telegraph, Harvard University, the Pulitzer Prize and 22 Words.