By Carly Stern For Dailymail. Gwyneth Paltrow is not shy about talking about sex. In the latest issue of her newsletter — The Sex Issue — the year-old tackles orgasms, more sexy toys, casual sex, and porn. She also includes a whole article about anal sex, in which she consults an expert to compile a comprehensive guide to the taboo sexual act. Breaking through the taboo: Gwyneth Paltrow published Goop's Sex Issue today, which includes an article about anal sex.
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Gwyneth Paltrow seems to have a good girl image in the public mind, even though she does things like hot as hell lingerie photo shoots in grocery stores. Let's face it, butts are great. Check out some highlights below. All the butt-banging seen in straight porn doesn't reflect reality in the bedroom. Joannides told Goop that while "some couples who enjoy anal sex a lot," it's a pretty small percentage. Also, don't use porn as a model for butt play. That is, you can't do as James Deen does in the movies and casually take her by surprise.
The book is amazing not just for its straight-up factual information on practically any aspect of sex you can think of, but also for its easy, nonjudgmental, at-times humorous tone. Here, Joannides talks us through the realities of making anal both as safe and as pleasurable as possible. This seemed shocking at the time. This was pre-Netflix: Everything was on videotape, from porn to Disney movies to highlights from the Olympics. Video rental stores were everywhere.
Gwyneth Paltrow shares her expertise on all things lifestyle, health and beauty on her goop site — and now that apparently includes anal sex. Another myth is that everyone is doing it. In fact, only about 10 to 15 percent of straight couples regularly partake, Joannides said. Make sure you and your partner have great sexual communication, trust, and that you both want to do it, as opposed to one trying to pressure the other, or not wanting to do it but doing it because you are afraid your partner will find someone else who will.