The Hollywood actresses recently branded porn harmful for women on a recent episode of her Facebook (!) series “Red Table Talk.” They don’t know what they’re talking about.
Gwyneth Paltrow’s ‘Sex, Love & goop’ is an earnest, relatively well-executed exploration of sexuality, and yet another example of Netflix cornering the sex ed market.
After finding support from both Goop and psychiatry skeptics, Kelly Brogan has gone full conspiracy theorist, taking to “censorship-free” Telegram to spew COVID denialism.
Netflix’s latest wellness docuseries is a little better than Gwyneth Paltrow’s “Goop Lab”—but it also provides a platform to conspiracy theorists.
To call the first season of Ryan Murphy’s Netflix series uneven or messy would be generous. But heroically led by Midler and Judith Light, Season Two is way more fun.
While so many are dead and suffering, cloistered celebrities have spent the pandemic posting away on Instagram, exposing its classist rot.
Like the love child of Timothy Leary and Gwyneth Paltrow, Jackee Stang intends The Delic to be “the world’s first psychedelic wellness corporation,” shaking up a trippy boys’ club.