Goop's new Netflix show has a full-body orgasm explainer, and people are very curious

Add episode 2 of 'Sex, Love & goop' to your Netflix queue

Gwyneth Paltrow attends the goop lab Special Screening in Los Angeles, California on January 21, 2020.
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When it comes to all-things orgasms, goop has you covered. Instead of typical frisky fun, or a solo adventure with the best app-controlled vibrators, episode 2 of Sex, Love & goop offers another approach to activating your pleasure points. 

What's more is it's a full-body orgasm—without shedding an article of clothing. According to the forthcoming Netflix series, somatic sexologist Jaiya explains to viewers how to ignite their "energetic erotic blueprints" to enjoy the sensual experience. 

What are the energetic erotic blueprints, you ask? Insider (opens in new tab) gave us the scoop on the sexologist's terms along with its review of the show: 

  • Anticipation ("energetic")
  • Engagement of all senses ("sensual")
  • Traditional depictions of sex ("sexual")
  • Taboos ("kinky")
  • All of the above ("shapeshifter")

To show us how to achieve a full-body O, Jaiya brings in her partner Ian. She's blindfolded on a table while Ian "grounds" her by placing a hand on her pelvis and on her heart. Then, he swirls his hands above her body, supposedly in tune with her energy, and poof! The big O!

Then, the two—again, fully clothed—embrace and sync their breathing together, taking note of their energetic erotic blueprints. Just like that, another orgasm!



'Sex, Love & goop' trailer

In this new series, the brand's founder, Gwyneth Paltrow and a team of experts help couples become more intimate in the bedroom, which is why we got a glimpse of the full-body orgasm how-to. 

Is it truthful? Is it just for the cameras? Can you really activate those sensations while you're still wearing jeans and a t-shirt? Have a look at the show's trailer below to see if this explainer—or other tips—could be worth your while. 

Sex, Love & goop airs on October 21, 2021. 

For those who are a little skeptical about the approach, no sweat. If you'd like to stick to more traditional ways of climaxing, why not consider buying one of the best reviewed sex toys on the market? You can also visit Jaiya's website for courses and coaching if you'd like to give this a whirl.

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