Goop founder says 15-year-old called her a ‘feminist’
Gwyneth Paltrow’s son Moses supports his famous mom, even though she’s selling her eyebrow-raising items through Goop, her wellness and lifestyle brand/website.
The actress recalled how the 15-year-old was “really embarrassed” with the site’s more sexual products like vibrators at first, but then had a change of heart.
Paltrow said that Moses told her, “I realized no, that’s great — you’re not shaming people into buying something, and that’s great. You’re a feminist.”
“I was like, ‘Thanks, my dear!’ It was so cute,” she said. “It was really, really cool. I’m sure he’s still embarrassed, but at least he’s putting a good spin on it.”
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Paltrow shares Moses and 17-year-old daughter Apple with her ex-husband Chris Martin. She remarried producer Brad Falchuk in 2018.
Paltrow was promoting her new Netflix series, “sex, love and esotericThe series aims to improve the relationships and sex lives of six couples.
Gwyneth Paltrow shows off her toned bikini body with a sauna selfie
And the Oscar winner isn’t holding back any of the themes in the show. She got candid about dealing with her self-doubt in the sixth episode.
When some women on the show called body image a barrier to sex, Paltrow shared her experience. She explained that having grown up in the public eye since the age of 22, she was always trying to fit something ideal.
In a recent interview with the Associated Press, Paltrow said, “I don’t think I’ve ever met a woman who feels completely good about her body, and that’s a real shame.”
Paltrow, 49, also explains that she wanted to “show up for vulnerability” because she was asking couples to do the same. The six couples, comprised of people of varying ages, races and sexual orientations, work with experts to learn new ways to see each other and increase intimacy, while enhancing their relationships through more pleasurable sex. methods and tools to use.
One of Goop’s missions is to stimulate curiosity and “eliminate the shame surrounding female sexuality” through its content and products. Paltrow says there’s no better way than to talk about sex and ask people what they want in the bedroom.
“Female pleasure is still considered a taboo and I think if you look back throughout history and you understand how women’s happiness or lack thereof is regulated or, you know… ,” He said.
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