People do a lot for their bodies. We also do a lot to our bodies. Sometimes, the line between those two gets blurred and hard to define. When you sprain something working out, was it really worth it? Following that train of thought, we often encounter the latest health or beauty craze that is supposed to take us to the next level. It sounds more barbaric than it really is. Another trend that seems popular among both sexes is butthole tanning. This is a real thing. Why do you make us get serious? The name says it all.
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A wellness influencer named Metaphysical Meagan has gone viral for espousing the supposed benefits of "perineum sunning," aka "butthole sunning. Recently, Meagan gained some traction online after a Twitter user took a screenshot of her recent Instagram post talking about how the "health benefits" of giving your butthole a little Vitamin D every day — complete with a photo, of course. According to Meagan, the "ancient Taoist practice" of perineum sunning her "bum and yoni" has a ton of benefits, including, "surges of energy," "better sleep," "better connection to her sexual energy," and "creativity. I prefer early in the morning! Even better?
Just when you thought you'd heard of every new well-being trend under the sun, along comes another one - quite literally about being under the sun. Social media is ablaze with the phenomenon of butthole sunning after a wellness Instagrammer named Metaphysical Meagan waxed lyrical on the benefits of exposing your private regions to the energising rays of the sun. But it wasn't just words that got the online world talking, it was a picture of Metaphysical Meagan in the act - carefully edited not to violate the rules of Instagram, of course. The Californian woman can be seen lying stark naked with her legs in the air, lifting her behind to the sun. She said it also helped with improving sexual energy and increases one's "personal magnetism.
A WOMAN claims her bizarre "bum sunning" ritual is the key to better sleep and boosts energy - but doctors have warned against it. Meagan, from California, went viral after posting a picture of herself on Instagram practising what she described as "perineum sunning". It shows her lying on her back naked while holding her feet with her legs in the air and her butt facing the sun at Joshua Tree National Park in California. The self-proclaimed healer, who goes by Metaphysical Meagan on social media, said it was part of her "daily rising routine" and that she's even ditched her morning coffee for the practise. Meagan claimed that just 30 seconds of sun on her perineum - the area between her anus and vulva - was the equivalent to spending a day in the sun fully-clothed. She said that in the three weeks she had been trying it out she had noticed she had "surges of energy almost immediately". Meagan also suggested she had better sleep, better connection her "sexual energy" and "control of my life force". She added that she had more "creativity flowing through my life" and had attracted her "soul tribe" - or people who are on the same wavelength as her. This is truly more energising than slamming cups of coffee In another post on November 12, she responded to comments she had received about the practise since her initial post.