Gwyneth Paltrow’s Son Moses Supportive of Goop’s Vibrators
The ‘Avengers: Endgame’ actress reveals her 13-year-old son was initially embarrassed with the sex toys sold on her lifestyle website, but he has since changed his mind.
- Feb 26, 2020
AceShowbiz – Gwyneth Paltrow has earned praises from her son for selling vibrators. The “Avengers: Endgame” actress stopped by “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” for its Monday night, February 24 episode, and revealed that 13-year-old Moses was surprisingly supportive of the sex toys sold on her lifestyle website, Goop.
When the topic of children was brought up, the 47-year-old opened up about the change on her teen son’s outlook. “You know, it’s funny actually, my son said to me the other day – he was like, ‘You know, at first, I thought it was really embarrassing that there were vibrators on your website. And now I think it’s a great thing,’ ” she recalled, “He’s like, ‘You’re a feminist, mom. You’re a bad***.’ I was like, ‘Thank you.’ “
Surprised by Moses’ remark, host Jimmy Kimmel pointed out, “Sounds like he’s smart. Wow, yeah, no, I don’t think I’ve ever said the word ‘vibrator’ with my mother in the room.” He went on to ask the Academy Award winner what she was like at her son’s age. To which, she confessed, “I was just trying to figure it all out, and I was super insecure. It’s a tough age, that middle school.”
The ex-wife of Coldplay frontman Chris Martin additionally shared how Moses and his 15-year-old sister Apple are slowly drawn toward their works. “You know, it’s so interesting. I think, it must be pretty surreal for them to be the kids of somebody – well, both of their parents are in the public eye,” she explained. “And it’s interesting to watch them evolve along with our careers as we go.”
Elsewhere in the interview, Paltrow touched on the subject of her infamous “This Smell Like My Vagina” candle. Spilling on how she came up with the name, she shared with Kimmel, “One day we were smelling different fragrances and I was joking around and I said ‘[This smells like my vagina]’ – as a joke.”
“But then I was like, ‘Wouldn’t that be cool if somebody actually had the guts to do that? What a punk rock feminist statement to have that on your table,’ ” the wife of TV writer and producer Brad Falchuk continued. “And then [Heretic Fragrance founder Douglas Little] made it. I thought he just made me one as a joke and the next thing I knew it was on my website.”