New Goop Series Shows Couples How to Have Full-Body Orgasms, G-Spot Apparently Taking Over Entirely

Just when you thought Gwyneth Paltrow couldn’t get any more obnoxious, a new trailer for her the next installment of her Netflix Goop-themed series drops. The Academy Award-winning actress turned wellness guru is focusing her attention on intimacy in Sex, Love & goop, which is now available on the streaming giant. The show’s debut, um, comes on the heels of her brand’s libido booster product launch.

In episode 2, a somatic sexologist (yeah, we don’t know what that is, either) claims that couples can give each other full-body orgasms without even removing their clothes. All they need to do is identify each other’s “erotic blueprints,” which pinpoints what arouses them most. This includes anticipation (“energetic”), engagement of all senses (“sensual”), traditional depictions of sex (“sexual”), taboos (“kinky”), or all of the above (“shapeshifter”).

Sounds plausible enough in theory, but in practice, it looks, well, a little contrived, and reminds viewers why Goop has been called out more than once for promoting quack medicine.

See for yourself.

We really wish Paltrow would go back to what she’s good at: being an actress and Chris Martin’s muse. We can only humor her so much, and with this deep dive into sexuality, she’s got us fighting off the creepy crawlies. And, no, Goop doesn’t sell a cream for that.

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