Gwyneth Paltrow's Very NSFW Goop Sex Issue Is All About $1500 Sex Toys and Butts

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Gwyneth Paltrow's second annual Goop sex issue is here, and as expected, it's all sorts of over-the-top amazing.
The 44-year-old actress' lifestyle brand focuses on anal sex this time around, and features a brand new line of expensive "goop-approved" pleasuring products in the "Get-It-On" shop.
According to the site's sex guide, which includes a Q&A segment with research psychoanalyst and author Paul Joannides, Psy. D., "If anal turns you on, you are definitely not alone."
"In the 80s, I remember hearing from a friend that he had a videotape of anal porn. This seemed shocking at the time," Joannides explained. "I'm not sure there are too many middle schoolers today who would be shocked or even surprised to watch anal sex on Pornhub or Xhamster. I'd say that by 2005, porn had totally blurred the distinction between a woman's anus and vagina."
Joannides advises beginners to take things slow, explaining that in order to enjoy this type of pleasure, "it depends on how much you are willing to work."
If you need more tips and tricks, you can read the rest of that interview HERE, but let's take a look at the issue's most important feature -- the products!
For $1,505, you can get this mini cuff/sado-chic chain mini/o'r mini, which "doubles as a plaything in the bedroom."
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If you're feeling extra playful, pair these Fleur du Mal lace bunny ears ($125) with the Only Hearts golden key two-piece lingerie set ($83), a blindfold ($55) and feather tickler ($30). Oh, and don't forget the Coco de Mer linen bondage rope ($38) for your Fifty Shades of Grey-inspired fantasies.
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But ladies, before you get frisky in the bedroom, Goop suggests you use Fur Oil ($44) to clear pores and soothe hair follicles on your hair down there (Psst! It's Emma Watson-approved).
Although Paltrow's new guide may seem a little out there to some, she's not the only celebrity making headlines for sex toys this week. The third season of Grace and Frankie is now steaming on Netflix, and the series' stars, Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin, talked about their characters' sex toy empire during an interview with TODAY on Friday.
"At the end of season two, someone gives us presents and my present is a vibrator," Fonda explained. "Grace has never used a vibrator before and she ends up with carpal tunnel syndrome. And our families make fun of us, and we say we're going to go into business, and the business we go into is making vibrators for older women."
"But the problem is, you see, Grace is a real business woman," she continued. "[Frankie] can't even add up her checkbook. And she's into vaginal lubrication, which she makes out of yams, which I had thought was jam and put on my toast, but anyway, she keeps raising the wrong subject because I want to push with the vibrators."
Hear more on season three of Grace and Frankie in the video below!