Gwyneth Paltrow s Goop Lab Wants You To Have More Orgasms

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Gwyneth Paltrow and Goop Chief Content Officer Elise Loehnen.

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In the new [/news/gwyneth-paltrow-signs-netflix-deal-to-create-a-goop-streaming-show/ six-episode Netflix series] [ The Goop Lab], streaming now, actress-turned-wellness guru Gwyneth Paltrow and her company Goop explore [/news/the-goop-lab-episode-6-gwenyth-paltrow-says-you-can-be-a-psychic/ alternative therapies] for modern maladies, from [/news/the-goop-labs-debut-episode-magic-mushrooms-could-be-the-best-antidepressant/ psychedelics for treating PTSD] to [/news/the-goop-lab-cold-comfort-episode-review/ dips in freezing lakes to lower stress]. Episode 3, called The Pleasure is Ours, turns its eye toward a more intimate arena: the female orgasm.
Warning: This episode contains nudity and adult content.

The Goop team and the experts they interviewed talk at length about why female sexuality has historically been a taboo topic, and how that has led many women to avoid exploring their bodies and asking sexual partners for what they want. As a result, they don't experience orgasms.

Indeed, women's sexual health has [ long been ignored] or [ dismissed by experts] -- it wasn't until 1998 that a female doctor [ fully mapped the size and shape of the clitoris]. 

But in 2020, the world is more sex-positive. Women-led startups are building [ ] that focus on [ ] (and those devices are being [ ]). Shows like [ ] are making the topic more mainstream, and companies are tackling [ ]. Now, The Goop Lab's frank conversation about female pleasure is contributing to the more open discussion.