Goop, which was founded by Gwyneth Paltrow, is a famous endorser of jade vagina eggs.
Now the lifestyle brand’s sex-positive influence has morphed into a book “The Sex Issue.”
Inside, the high priestess of wellness and her team take a deep dive into the topic of intimacy.
“It’s never too late, or too early for that matter, to get comfortable with your own desires,” Paltrow writes in her introduction. “Women talking about sex … has a tendency to make people (both men and other women) extraordinarily self-conscious and uneasy.
The tome contains juicy tidbits galore. For instance, Goop editors write that getting down and dirty in public improved their sex lives — and some even shared their favorite hot spots anonymously. Memorably, one got frisky at her “favorite salumeria in Italy.” Talk about fresh meat!
Another staffer reminisces on teen years much better than most: “I also used to do it with my high school boyfriend in the weight training room.”
The Goop crew also advises readers to try orgasmic meditation, wherein a woman lies down while her partner massages her clitoris for 15 minutes.
One thing not to do? Play damsel in distress. Therapist Esther Perel, who’s quoted in the book, says that acting weak can scare off men. “If a man sees a woman as brittle, he may love her with a sense of extra burden,” she says.
Salami, bodybuilding, kinky massages, — sounds like a normal, healthy sex life to us.
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