Gwyneth Paltrow’s 13-year-old son has an opinion on Goop’s vibrators


While most teens tend to avoid talking about sex with their moms, Gwyneth Paltrow’s son is a bit more evolved than most.

It can’t be easy being Gwyneth Paltrow’s children. Typically, most teens find their parents mortifying, so we can’t imagine what it would be like if our mothers hosted TV shows where women cum on screen, sold candles that smelled like their vaginas and were prosecuted for suggesting that women insert yoni eggs looking for a better sex life.

That’s enough to make you cringe and insist they drop you off at least a block from school in case a friend of yours sees her.

But it seems Paltrow’s son isn’t disgusted discussing sex with his mother.

During his appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Paltrow said his 13-year-old son Moses supports the sexual side of his business, Goop.

“My son said to me the other day, ‘At first I thought it was really embarrassing that there were vibrators on your website and now I think that’s a good thing!'”

“He said to me, ‘You are a feminist, mom. You are a badass.’ I was like ‘Thank you!’ “

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While we all love to stack up when Paltrow does something a little too Goop-y, you have to give the woman props to raise a son who supports and opens up female sexuality.

“Wow, yeah, no, I don’t think I ever said the word ‘vibrator’ with my mom in the room. You’re really ahead of the game there,” Kimmel said.

Even Paltrow is happy to give his son the accessories he deserves.

“I think it must be pretty surreal for them to be someone’s children, well both of their parents are in the public eye,” she said.

“It’s interesting to see them evolve in a way with our careers as we go.”

She admits that she was far from having evolved at 13.

“I was just trying to figure it all out and I was very unsure of myself,” Paltrow said. “It’s a tough age, this college.”

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