The Goop Lab Episode Three Sends Netflix Fans Crazy By Showing A Woman Masturbating To Orgasm In Real-Time!



Gwyneth Paltrow seems to be appearing all over social media and not always for good reasons, she has recently been slammed for encouraging people to subject themselves to new fads which doctors are saying are not right or healthy for your body.

Gwyneth now has a docuseries on lifestyle and an e-commerce website that shows her along with colleagues from Goop exploring various topics including psychedelic drugs, energy healing, and female sexuality.

Episodes one and two raised a few eyebrows, but episode three went nuclear and social media blew up as the episode showed a woman masturbating to orgasm in real-time.

It was tastefully filmed, but viewers were still taken aback at the explicit scene but in a good way.

Taking to Twitter, one fan praised the episode, writing: “I would like to urge every woman to watch the third episode of “the goop lab” on Netflix. especially if you have never experienced an orgasm or have had any shame about wanting to experience pleasure during sex.”

Another tweeted: “POLITICALLY ANNOUNCEMENT: The Goop Lab on Netflix, especially the episode about female sexuality and orgasm must be watched by all of humanity. AMAZING!! THERE IS A 90 YEAR WOMAN CALLED BETTY IN NEW YORK WHO IS THE MOST BAD**S OF THE BAD**S!!!!!!!!!! I LOVE HER!!!!!!!”

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A third was equally impressed by the show’s approach to female sexuality, writing: “Just watched the orgasm episode of @goop lab on @Netflix on a plane.

“I’m a gay man and was so inspired by these ladies and had no shame seeing all those vulvas on my packed flight! #strongwomen.”

Others felt it was the strongest episode of the series, with one viewer tweeting: “the Gwyneth Paltrow goop show on Netflix swings wildly back and forth between “super good, healthy and useful” (female orgasm/vulva episode) to “absolutely bonkers pseudoscience bulls**t” (yOu cAn CuRe iLlnEsS wItH eNeRgY) and IDK what to make of it.”

Speaking about the decision to film the orgasm scene, Goop Lab executive producer Shauna Minoprio said “The goal was to find a way to explore this for our female viewership that felt not exploitative, not titillating, not clinical, not cheesy, but very powerful.

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“We wanted to find a way to take ownership of female pleasure for ourselves as a group of female filmmakers.”

However, they still had to get Netflix to approve the scenes before they made the final cut.

Shauna added: “In post-production, we really had to make a case for why it was important to show the orgasm scene.

“We really had to do our research and gather statistics and studies.”

The Goop Lab is available to stream on Netflix now.