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Gwynnie has drafted in a raft of sex experts to offer fans top tips on getting
the best out of the bedroom

It would seem Gwyneth Paltrow knows good sex - and she is sharing her top tips
with all her fans via her lifestyle website and magazine, Goop.

The 45-year-old Oscar winner is peeling back the covers to reveal what makes sex
great and answers vital questions such as “Is watching prone bad?” and “Should
we have a threesome?”

Gwynnie has raised eyebrows in the past with her Goop outlet by suggesting women
should steam their vaginas and recommending a £10,000 golden dildo to spice up
the bedroom.

And now the mum-of-two (who is currently engaged to 47-year-old American Horror
Story co-creator Brad Flachuk and was previously married to Coldplay star Chris
Martin, 41) is offering all manner of sex advice with the latest issue of her
lifestyle magazine.

“Whether tantra or BDSM or threesomes or vanilla are your thing will never be
the point - knowing yourself, all your options and how to ask for and pursue
what feels good to you, is,” Gwyneth states.

The new issue - which will set buyers back £20 - lists “everything you’ve always
wanted to know about sexuality, seduction and desire,” and features advice and
analysis from a range of sexual experts.

Amid the tidbits of information are advice on investigating tantric sex, with
relationship counsellor Michaela Boehm suggesting that no sex take place at all.

“One of the simplest relational practices is to spend a designated amount of
time connecting with each other,” Michaela says, suggesting setting a timer for
five minutes of eye-contact which, she says, can boost intimacy.

“Talk about the experience afterwards. This practice is foundational in
experiences while connecting to your partner without distraction or established
habits,” she says, adding: “The same principles of focused, uninterrupted
attention are easily applied to talk or touch as well as other sexual
activities.”

The Sex Issue provides advice on negotiating the tricky sexual fantasy of
starting a threesome.

“If the third is someone you know, you might feel safer and have better
communication with them… [but] you risk ruining that friendship,” Justin
Lehmiller, a social psychologist, says.

But he warns: “If you don’t really know the third you’re probably not going to
see them again, so there’s less of an emotional risk to the relationship - but
they may not be as respectful.”

For those contemplating something a little more ‘Fifty Shades’, another of
Gwyneth’s experts, sex author Betony Vermon, is on hand to crack out some tips.

“The pleasures of full-body stimulation are best provided through us of tools,
such as cuffs, cords, blindfolds, whips, floggers and feathers,” she says.

“The effective use of such instruments demands that lovers acquire the ability
to use them to a safe and pleasure-maximising end,” she continues, adding:
“Trust and consent, the foundation of all great sexual relationships, are as
essential to BDSM play as good communication.”

And the advice doesn’t stop there - with another sexpert suggesting a bit of
porn can do wonders for spicing up the bedroom.

“Watching can increase confidence in the bedroom for men and women, as well as
electrify the atmosphere and introduce ideas for different role plays or sexual
practices. The possibilities are endless,” says Swedish porn director Erika
Lust.

The Sex Issue of Goop is on sale from 3 May 2018.





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Gwynnie has drafted in a raft of sex experts to offer fans top tips on getting
the best out of the bedroom
It would seem Gwyneth Paltrow knows good sex - and she is sharing her top tips
with all her fans via her lifestyle website and magazine, Goop.
The 45-year-old Oscar winner is peeling back the covers to reveal what makes sex
great and answers vital questions such as “Is watching prone bad?” and “Should
we have a threesome?”
Gwynnie has raised eyebrows in the past with her Goop outlet by suggesting women
should steam their vaginas and recommending a £10,000 golden dildo to spice up
the bedroom.
And now the mum-of-two (who is currently engaged to 47-year-old American Horror
Story co-creator Brad Flachuk and was previously married to Coldplay star Chris
Martin, 41) is offering all manner of sex advice with the latest issue of her
lifestyle magazine.
“Whether tantra or BDSM or threesomes or vanilla are your thing will never be
the point - knowing yourself, all your options and how to ask for and pursue
what feels good to you, is,” Gwyneth states.
The new issue - which will set buyers back £20 - lists “everything you’ve always
wanted to know about sexuality, seduction and desire,” and features advice and
analysis from a range of sexual experts.
Amid the tidbits of information are advice on investigating tantric sex, with
relationship counsellor Michaela Boehm suggesting that no sex take place at all.
“One of the simplest relational practices is to spend a designated amount of
time connecting with each other,” Michaela says, suggesting setting a timer for
five minutes of eye-contact which, she says, can boost intimacy.
“Talk about the experience afterwards. This practice is foundational in
experiences while connecting to your partner without distraction or established
habits,” she says, adding: “The same principles of focused, uninterrupted
attention are easily applied to talk or touch as well as other sexual
activities.”
The Sex Issue provides advice on negotiating the tricky sexual fantasy of
starting a threesome.
“If the third is someone you know, you might feel safer and have better
communication with them… [but] you risk ruining that friendship,” Justin
Lehmiller, a social psychologist, says.
But he warns: “If you don’t really know the third you’re probably not going to
see them again, so there’s less of an emotional risk to the relationship - but
they may not be as respectful.”
For those contemplating something a little more ‘Fifty Shades’, another of
Gwyneth’s experts, sex author Betony Vermon, is on hand to crack out some tips.
“The pleasures of full-body stimulation are best provided through us of tools,
such as cuffs, cords, blindfolds, whips, floggers and feathers,” she says.
“The effective use of such instruments demands that lovers acquire the ability
“Trust and consent, the foundation of all great sexual relationships, are as
essential to BDSM play as good communication.”
And the advice doesn’t stop there - with another sexpert suggesting a bit of
porn can do wonders for spicing up the bedroom.
“Watching can increase confidence in the bedroom for men and women, as well as
electrify the atmosphere and introduce ideas for different role plays or sexual
practices. The possibilities are endless,” says Swedish porn director Erika
Lust.
The Sex Issue of Goop is on sale from 3 May 2018.
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