Have you ever noticed those two little indentations on the lower back of some people? Maybe you have it as well? Some people have them some don’t, but they can appear in both men and women. Ever wondered what are those two holes on your lower back? Well, in common language they are called back or butt dimples. Physiologically, These holes are called Venus holes in women and Apollo holes in men and are located in the lower back where two bones connect the pelvis.
WHAT DO THEY MEAN?
If you have them it means that you have good circulation and a healthy body. It also means that it’s easier for you to achieve satisfaction since good circulation is crucial for a healthy $ex life.
This is because Venus holes facilitate good circulation and because of their strategic location around the pelvic area, climaxing becomes easy.
These curious holes cannot be created with targeted exercise because they’re located in an area with no muscles but if you lose some weight it’s possible for them to appear. For those who think that they can get these holes through exercise, we have a not so good news!
Because the holes are located where two bones connect the pelvic area and where there is no muscle, you cannot workout to get the butt dimples. It has more to do with genetic predisposition and the right ligament size. So this is either there or not there.
They are believed to be a sign of beauty, alluding to Venus, the Roman goddess of beauty.
So, if you’ve got it, flaunt it and let everyone know you’re a champion in bed!
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