Meghan Trainor Claims She ‘Can’t Walk’ Because Her Husband’s D**k Is Too Big

Meghan Trainor is known for giving TMI about pretty much everything in her life (remember the whole side-by-side toilets fiasco?), and that includes when it comes to sharing the details of her sex life. Many of the “revelations” she shares come from the podcast she hosts with her brother Ryan, “Workin’ On It.” Her most recent one was claiming she “can’t walk” due to “painful” sex with her husband, Daryl Sabara, and it all comes down to his big penis. We’re talking BIG, apparently.

In the latest episode — yes, the same one in which she proclaimed “F**k teachers!” — Trainor went for the humble brag by admitting that her husband’s d**k is uncomfortably large and it has caused a bit of a problem for her.

“My husband is a big boy,” she said. “My p*ssy is broken, though. I have p*ssy anxiety.”

The singer then went on to reveal that she’s been diagnosed with vaginismus, where the muscles of the vagina tighten involuntarily, making sex uncomfortable or sometimes even impossible. This is something Meghan Trainor has always experienced, but it wasn’t until she received an official diagnosis that she realized painful sex wasn’t normal.

“[It’s] to the point where I’m like ‘Is it all in?’ and he’s like, ‘Just the tip,’” she explained. “And I’m like, ‘I can’t do anymore.’ I don’t know how to fix that. Do I stretch? I wish I could make Daryl smaller. It’s painful, dude.” She added that whenever they do have sex, she “can’t walk” after.

The couple are parents to a 2-year-old son named Riley and Trainor is currently expecting her second child, another boy. And while sex is clearly problematic for her, she’s vowed that she’s “gonna figure it out. I’m gonna be a star at sex.”

Something tells me she’ll keep us updated on any and every development in this area, so watch this space!

Jennifer has been the managing editor of Bolde since its launch in 2014. Before that, she was the founding editor of HelloGiggles and also worked as an entertainment writer for Bustle and Digital Spy. Her work has been published in Bon Appetit, Decider, Vanity Fair, The New York TImes, and many more.
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