Gwyneth Paltrow Addresses Bedroom Taboos in Netflix’s New Series “Sex, Love & Goop”

Gwyneth Paltrow chose Netflix’s new series “Sex, Love & Goop” as a platform to address the bedroom Taboos

Gwyneth Paltrow‘s Netflix series “Sex, Love & Goop” premiered on Thursday, October 21. The six-episode series features six courageous couples trying to rekindle the spark in their relationship. A team of sex experts led by Paltrow will aid these couples in resolving their sex-related issues.

Gwyneth Paltrow shares her own insecurities!

The Oscar-winning actress, who is also the founder of Goop beauty, talks about her insecurities in her Netflix show. In one of the episodes of “Sex, Love & Goop”, Paltrow reveals that she feels insecure about her physical appearance. When addressing the issue of body image as an obstacle to sex, Gwyneth Paltrow talked about how she had always been in self-doubt, specifically after she became a public figure.

Gwyneth Paltrow admits her insecurities
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In a recent interview, the actress expressed that she doesn’t think she’d ever met a woman that feels completely great about her body, and that’s a real shame. Gwyneth Paltrow further explained that even she is no perfect person however she always strives for self-development.

Sex, Love & Goop: Overview

Paltrow’s aim is to tackle the interdicts of the bedroom and wants to “show up for vulnerability” via the series. The series primarily aims at resolving issues of couples and making them see each other with more intimacy. Moreover, the six couples seen in the series belong to different races, ages, and sexuality. All these people will join the experts in learning how to enhance their intimacy and sexual relationships. The learning process includes several methods and tools that aid in improving sexual pleasure.

Michaela Boehm, left, and Gwyneth Paltrow in a scene from the Netflix series

The series, which includes Gwyneth Paltrow and her team of intimacy coaches, not only focuses on the problems of the couples who appear in it but also helps address the several bedroom taboos of society. Furthermore, Michaela Boehm, an intimacy expert who is a part of the series, expressed that Sex, Love & Goop will make her advice reach more people.