Meghan Trainor 'ruins people's childhoods' with x-rated revelation about relationship with Spy Kids actor husband
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Meghan Trainor shocked fans and potentially ruined a lot of childhoods after getting candid about her sex life with her ‘big boy’ husband, Daryl Sabara.
Here's what she had to say on the matter:
She told her podcast co-host and brother, Ryan Trainor - yikes - as well as guest Trisha Paytas that Sabara is packing down below.
“My husband is a big boy… My p***y is broken though. I have p***y anxiety,” she said.
Trainor then revealed: “I was told I have something called vaginismus, I thought that every woman walking around was always in pain after sex.
“I was like, ‘doc, are you telling me that I could have sex and not feel a single bit of pain?’”
According to Mount Sinai, vaginismus is when a spasm of muscles surrounding the vagina occurs against your will.
This can make the vagina extremely narrow and can make sexual activity extremely uncomfortable or painful.
Elsewhere in the conversation, Trainor said that after giving birth to Riley, sex would leave her in pain.
“He would penetrate, I would be like, ‘Ow, ow, ow’, like, to the point when… I had to ice myself after,” she said.
“I’m like, ‘Daryl, I have to work today, and I can’t walk’… I’m gonna figure it out,” she stated. “I’m gonna be a star at sex.”
When discussing intimate positions that could possibly hurt less, Paytas questioned whether Trainor could 'get on top'.
“I’m like ‘Please, no, for so many reasons. I’m like, ‘Don’t look at me. I don’t like this. This hurts way worse’,” Trainor replied.
After admitting that she ‘wished she could make Sabara smaller’, fans of the Spy Kids actor finally lost it across social media, with some fans even calling Trainor ‘tacky’.
In response to the revelations, one Twitter - now X, of course - user wrote: “She can’t talk to her doctor or gynaecologist about this? Sometimes painful sex dues relate to other issues but like…”
Another said: “The boy from Spy Kids!? Eww please no. Don’t ruin my childhood with that info."
A third agreed and wrote: “It’s ok not to tell us everything. Just because you are ‘famous’… What’s off-limits?”
However, another Twitter user found the funnier side of Traitor’s recent revelations and wrote: “I always knew Juni Cortez had that dawg in him!”
The latter was accompanied by a GIF of Sabara playing Juni Cortez in the early 2000s children's movie franchise, Spy Kids.