Gwyneth Paltrow was recently in the news for the launch of new products in Katherine Timpf of National Review, we shouldn’t take medical advice (or sex advice) from her because “no one should want to be like her.”
Katherine seems extremely upset with Gwyneth’s choices on what her kids eat, how much she drinks, and the products she sells on her site href=”https://www.nytimes.com/2016/04/07/fashion/gwyneth-paltrow-juice-beauty-goop.html”>her GOOP line.
According to Katherine Timpf of National Review, we shouldn’t take medical advice (or sex advice) from her because “no one should want to be like her.”
Katherine seems extremely upset with Gwyneth’s choices on what her kids eat, how much she drinks, and the products she sells on her site.
While there isn’t a lot of research on many of her products yet, I know from personal experience the benefits of one tiny-but-mighty tool which Gwyneth advocates.
That tool is the jade (or yoni) egg, or, as Timpf calls it, a “crotch rock.” While I doubt Timpf meant it lovingly, I love that name, because yes, it’s a small, smooth stone you put in your vagina. And it rocks!
I’m not sure about Timpf’s sex life, but mine has been off the charts since I started using the jade egg. We’re talking mind-blowing, bed-rocking, soul-shaking, total-body ecstasy. It has brought me immense pleasure; it has also brought me and my boyfriend (now fiancé) even closer. They say the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. My jade egg tells me otherwise.
Let me break it down for you: Jade eggs are ancient stones that were first used over 4,000 years ago in China. Empresses, courtesans, and female shamans used them to increase their personal feminine power, build up their “mojo,” and heal sexual trauma. Basically, they were utilized by women at the intersection of power, sexuality, and spirituality.
The egg is not used during intercourse, but rather as a regular practice for a few minutes a day, just like yoga.
Gwyneth’s range of jade eggs sold out within days. Timpf implies that the women buying them are idiots. I disagree.
Get my favorite Jade Egg here.
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