When it comes to the latest wellness craze, people will believe anything they read. Put it on social media like Instagram, and people will go crazy trying it. Case in point, is perineum tanning ie letting the sunshine where the sun don’t shine, on your taint.
One “influencer” posts a load of nonsense like she knows what she’s talking about and people jump on the bandwagon.
Without thinking or common sense, they rush outside so their brown eye can look directly into the sun.
But what could go wrong? Just ask Josh Brolin who tried it last week and posted this on Instagram
“Tried this perineum sunning that I’ve been hearing about and my suggestion is DO NOT do it as long as I did.
“My pucker hole is crazy burned and I was going to spend the day shopping with my family and instead I’m icing and using aloe and burn creams because of the severity of the pain.
“I don’t know who the fuck thought of this stupid shit but fuck you nonetheless. Seriously.”
Damn, Josh how long were your legs in the air with your cheeks spread to get burned so bad. Mad respect from power bottoms for sure, but when your legs got tired maybe you should have stopped.
Even renowned biohacker Dave Asprey fell for this internet nonsense and got burned, literally.
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Had to try it. Decided to double down by earthing and allegedly increasing vitamin D by exposing my perineum to sunlight. There are studies I’ve written about before that say getting sunlight on your testes will increase testosterone, and there are recent studies showing that UV light changes your gut bacteria. However, there are no actual studies about #buttholesunning (yet). My findings so far: it’s very easy to get a sunburn. Feels like eating too many jalapeños. (Yes they’re nightshades and I don’t eat them anymore.) 🤪😎😬🍑🔥
If you’re going to have your legs in the air make sure it’s for a good man, and not some silly wellness craziness.