Celebrities regularly voice their opinions on love, life, happiness, diet and exercise, but some of their advice is downright wild. If you are an ordinary person, then you definitely do not need to follow these precepts:
1. Sunbathe your vagina
Actress Shailene Woodley, star of Big Little Lies and Divergent, believes she knows a great way to prevent any infection and "other genital problems." She shares her knowledge in an interview with Into the Gloss.
If you feel tired, just go out in the sun for an hour. Especially if you live in a place where the winter is harsh. When the sun finally comes out, go outside, spread your legs and sunbathe!
2. Lose weight before going on a date
The creator of the show Matchmaker for Multimillionaires suggested a controversial dating method in an interview with HuffPost:
I cannot date anyone in size 8. I need to be in size 2 - this is a natural fact.
The famous matchmaker added: to get what you want, you need to be who he wants physically.
3. Waltz with the newborn
The first thing Mel Gibson did when he took his newborn son in his arms was to waltz with him around the living room. Stephen Tobolovsky told Esquire about this strange habit of the actor. He once told a friend about his worries about the upcoming fatherhood, and Gibson advised just that. It's not that this advice seems strange, on the contrary, the waltz is a great way to put a troubled child to sleep, but it's rather unusual to learn this from Mel Gibson.
4. Lie to your second half Jack Nicholson once said, "There are only two people in your life that you have to lie to: the police and your girlfriend." Please don't follow this advice. They will both come back and chase you and then punish you.
5. Only breastfeeding
Supermodel mom Gisele Bundchen talks in detail about breastfeeding in an interview and believes that there should be a worldwide law according to which mothers will be obliged to feed their children for six months after birth. Bündchen harshly criticizes the supporters of artificial feeding! Yes, there are positive aspects to breastfeeding, but not every mother is capable of this. Do not dismiss them from the maternal role.
6. Fuck vaccinations
American stand-up comedian Bill Marr became one of the famous "anti-vaccines" in 2009, calling all vaccinated people idiots. Human health is everyone's personal business. It does not seem normal to me for a talk show host to pass off his personal judgments as medical advice, especially if it conflicts with what your doctor might personally advise.
7. Any advice from Gwyneth Paltrow
Her lifestyle magazine Goop is regularly criticized by doctors for making dubious claims about maintaining her health. For example, he suggests carrying jadeite eggs in the vagina. In different years, Gwyneth recommended either to sit on unbalanced diets, or to rinse your mouth with oil. Not to mention the fact that all the products on this site were completely awkward and overpriced.