Gwyneth Paltrow thinks you should shove rocks inside your vagina to get better at sex.
She said this in January of 2017.
Not satisfied with offering fans this one tiny bedroom tidbit, the unpopular actress took to her hilarious website Goop and outlined many more pieces of advice for a strong sex life.
Read them below at your own risk...
Use Sex Toys
Which sex toys? Paltrow is happy to tell you: There's the $673 tickler ring that you can purchase via Goopo... or a $1,500 cuff-and-chain... or a $3,128.70 solid silver cock ring. The website even provides toys for the "techy" lovers, such as a pelvic floor exercise tracker as well as the "world's first smart condom."
Yup, There's an App for That
Also on the site, social psychologist Justin Lehmiller suggests looking into "websites and apps (such as OMGYes), all of which are designed to instruct men and women to learn more about female sexual anatomy and pleasure."
Go Ahead and Have That One Night Stand, But Remember...
Lehmiller advises: "If you have casual sex because it's something that you really want to do and it's consistent with your values, if you think casual sex is fun, if it's an experience you think is important to have, or if you simply want to explore your sexuality, chances are that you'll be happy you did it." Just don't expect a long-term relationship will come out of it.
So, You Want No-Strings Attached Banging?
Here's what to ask yourself, according to the website: "One of the most important traits to consider here is your sociosexual orientation - the ease with which you separate sex from emotion. In other words, are you comfortable with the idea of sex without love, or do you think the two need to go together?"
Okay, Who Wants to Download Kim Kardashian Superstar?
"Couples who watch porn together tend to have healthier sexual relationships," explains certified sex therapist and supervisor Dr. David Ley to Goop, adding: "It's really only when porn is watched in secret that it predicts negative relationship outcomes."
Practice Makes Anal Perfect
Paul Joannides, Psy.D, is the author of "The Guide to Getting it On." That's an actual book and he has this to say about anal sex: "One of the first things a woman or man needs to do if they want to be on the receiving end of anal sex is to teach their sphincter muscles to relax enough that a penis can get past their gates. This takes a lot of practice."