Hey Gwyneth Paltrow, Get off my lawn, or bush: New Goop Series Review

Hey Gwyneth Paltrow, Get off my lawn, or bush: New Goop Series Review

Welcome to my New Goop Series Review. I know a lot of you have strong opinions on GP. Love her, hate her, love to hate her, however you feel, one thing is for certain, she is coming in HOT for the sex therapy field. We love to poke fun at the $66 jade yoni egg and other products like the candle that smells like a vagina, but she is legitimately getting into sex toys, and I, AM HERE FOR IT.

Much of the new series is around the orgasm gap and the inequities of pleasure. Pleasure politics if you will are super well documented and I, along with all sex therapists, have encouraged clients to get in touch with their sexuality beyond convention, for YEARS. AD NAUSEUM. Am I bitter that Gwyneth Paltrow is making sex her third career pivot? Am I seriously shouting Hey Gwyneth Paltrow, Get off my lawn, or bush!!!! Not one bit.

Persons of authority or with celebrity that can draw attention to pleasure politics are super welcome in my comfy couches or across a Zoom call. Her target demographic are those that might just need it most in the age of digital media, 20s and 30s, accessing trauma, processing ancestral traumas, what better release than orgasms. The other release that I recommend is laughter, and if you take the GP crowd with a grain of salt, you get that too.

Regarding the graphic interplay of couples in the arena of sex therapy and normalizing sex therapy, THANK YOU GP, this is my business. The number of times I recommend my clients connect with themselves before connecting physically with another, I mean, thousands. My job would be much easier if the starter kit included a vibrator that looks a bit like a space age carrot and the yoni egg. 

Thanks GP

xo Julia LMFT

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