Meghan Trainor makes x-rated confession about 'big boy' husband Daryl Sabara
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Most of us might gossip about our sex lives over a glass of wine once in a while, but not singer and Grammy-award winner Meghan Trainor.
Instead, the 'Mother' musician has revealed rather, um, intimate details about her husband Daryl Sabara in a recent interview. You can watch her NSFW confession below:
It’s not the first time that the 'All About That Bass' star has made some NSFW admissions either.
Earlier this week, Trainor admitted to making love three times a day whilst she was trying to conceive her second child.
She told ET Canada: “It was the time…[It was like] Is the world going to ever open up again? What shall we do? Are you bored?”
However, the singer insisted that it wasn’t ‘romantic or fun’, but had more to do with the fact that the couple had a rare break from their careers during the COVID-19.
Since then, the proud parents have welcomed their first child, Riley, and are expecting a second child later this year.
Despite this, Trainor has revealed that their sex life hasn’t always been the easiest due to the Spy Kids actor being, um, well-endowed in the trouser department.
"My husband is a big boy," she told Trisha Paytas during the Workin' On It podcast, joking: “My p***y is broken, though. I have p***y anxiety."
Whilst this would be TMI for most of us, the 'Me Too' singer even said that she’d struggle to even enjoy sex at points because of this.
"To the point where I'm like 'Is it all in?' and he's like, 'Just the tip'," she told the bleeding ears of listeners, saying: "And I'm like, 'I can't do anymore.' I don't know how to fix that."
She then quipped: "I wish I could make Daryl smaller. It's painful, dude.”
However, there was a more sinister health issue underlying the star’s struggles in the bedroom as Trainor suffers from a gynaecological condition called vaginismus.
The main symptom is involuntary tensing of the vagina, meaning that sex can become painful for sufferers and they may even avoid intimacy because of this.
Sadly, it’s an incredibly common condition and can have both physical and mental causes.
Despite treatments like Kegels and CBT therapy being available, most cases go undiagnosed for years – just like Trainor’s.
She confessed that she had no idea about the condition until a check-up with a doctor.
"I thought that every woman walking around was always in pain during and after sex. I was like, doc, are you telling me that I could have sex and not feel a single bit of pain?": she said.
The condition even made her cautious about having sex after giving birth, but thankfully husband Sabara was on hand to help her address her anxiety.
Dubbing him a ‘saint’, the singer revealed that she was committed to finding a way through the pain saying: "I'm gonna figure it out… I'm gonna be a star at sex."