Why Are Our Favourite Women's Fitness Magazines Obsessed With Bum S*x?

From insider bum facts to a beginner's guide to butt stuff, it seems trendy in the pages of women's fitness magazines to focus on this particular topic. bum sex Of course, s*x of any kind is a part of being human. To be a health or fitness publication and not include a few articles about getting down and dirty just wouldn't be fair (and it wouldn't sell as many copies). Once a taboo topic or a scene you may stumble upon in graphic internet porn, bum sex is hitting the mainstream. Marnie from the wildly popular show Girls has partaken, and Mindy Kaling did an entire episode of The Mindy Project with butt stuff as the soul focus. Heck, the subject has even made the high-class pages of Vogue magazine. If some of these fitness magazines are attempting to normalize bum sex, they are being greeted with mixed emotions. There are many women out their who enjoy that kind of intimacy, and others who say "never again". "There's nothing fun about it for me. It's not that it's painful, it's just mildly uncomfortable and really not my thing." one woman explains in an anonymous Women's Health article. "It certainly was extremely erotic, and I felt aware of my entire body as an erogenous zone. Bum play is something I enjoy to this day." remarks another. What are your thoughts? Is bum s*x on trend? Do you think that these magazines are opening up a healthy discussion or shouldn't be so consumed with this subject? Do you follow us on Instagram? [caption id="attachment_108834" align="alignnone" width="100"]snapchat code @BodyRockTV[/caption]  

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