Influencers Swear Sunbathing Your Butthole Is The Latest Wellness Trend

Wonders happen all the time. For instance, a peculiar group of trendsetters says letting the sun's rays hit where the sun don't shine is very healthy.

Personally, I don't know what's crazier: that someone would even think of the idea or that many people bought into it and now attach some almost magical health and wellness potential to it.

First of all, before your appointment with the bright eye of the sky, load up on sunscreen.

The sun might be a fantastic source of vitamin D, but it also supplies healthy doses of melanoma to those willing to skip this cautionary routine.

But some people always take things too far, and influencers in support of bumhole sunning are clear proof of this fact.

If they are to be believed, finally letting your butthole see some sun is the holy grail of health and happiness.

Don't be shocked yet. Here are more things you don't know about this embarrassing trend.

1. The Name Is Perineum Sunning By The Way

Makes it sound more scientific, doesn't it? According to a tutorial on YouTube by Instagram user Ra of Earth, "In a mere 30 seconds of sunlight on your [bum], you will receive more energy from this electric node than you would in an entire day of being outside with your clothes." I'll leave it at that. Seriously, what more can I say?

2. Extra Benefits

Based on the wise words of Metaphysical Meagan, a butthole sunbathing evangelist and practitioner, there are additional benefits to sunbathing your a-hole.

While sharing a picture on Instagram in a compromising pose sunning her perineum, she explained that the peculiar practice also keeps her hormonal balance in check. She strongly recommends you try it.

3. It's A good Way To Keep Your Bum Clean

Sun Worship. That's the workout pose that helps you tap the sun's brilliant health-infusing energy into your body via your bumhole.

According to the proudly named "The Tao of Sexology: The Book of Infinite Wisdom" by Dr. Stephen T. Chang, sunbathing this part of your body also keeps the germs away.

We have always thought bathing would do the trick, but apparently, this is the way to go.

4. There Are Celebrities Doing This

Yep, bumhole wellness has gone Hollywood. Shailene Woodley, who was in Big Little Lies and Divergent, claimed as far back as in 2014 in Gloss that she was doing perineum sunning after learning its benefits against yeast infections and other genital problems. God help us.

5. Buying Into It? Don't

When a doctor was asked to help explain the trend, she insisted it is all a steaming pile of crap.

"There is no evidence that sunbathing in this way has any effect on physical well-being."

This is according to Dr. Diana Gall, who also added that getting your dose of vitamin D is "beneficial for your mental and physical health, but you don't need to damage your skin in the process…"

The Point: Don't Do It

I hope you are not considering getting in on this crazy trend. The sun, and a majority of us, don't need to see your exposed buttholes. There is already a tried and proven way to get a healthy dose of vitamin D from the sun. WITH YOUR CLOTHES ON!