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Which is why we’re just so happy we’re getting that particular itch scratched with Netflix, thanks to Gwyneth Paltrow’s new show.
Watch the trailer below.
Titled Sex, Love & goop, the actor, 49, (also known for her collection of vaginal candles) is helping couples reconnect and rediscover the joys of sex, armed with a team of sexperts and relationship advisers.
Prepare for a lot of chats about orgasms, grunting, and moaning. Maybe not one to watch with your parents.
But instead of embracing this programme which sees people getting intimate once again, people have been left horrified – and slightly cringed out.
Taking to Twitter, the slightly more prudish among us raced to make their voices heard.
“We don’t want this,” wrote one woman.
A second said: “What the f*** is going on.”
“Lads, no,” said a third.
“I’m sorry did I just see someone getting whacked by a knife on the a**e?” said a fourth.
Speaking in the trailer, Gwenyth tells the audience: “It’s one thing to be emotionally vulnerable on camera…but to be sexually vulnerable…we’ve never really seen this before.”
The series drops on Netflix on 21st October – just in time for Halloween if you really want to be spooked out.
In other cringey sex news, viewers who tuned in to Channel 4 were stunned by ‘full body orgasm’ they witnessed on new documentary, Sex, Actually.
Presenter Alice Levine joined a group of people experiencing a 'full body orgasm' – in a church hall, of all places.
Alice tried to join in herself but admitted it wasn't quite working for her.
"After a lot of heavy breathing and under-carriage clenching, the magic started to happen around me," she said.
"As I looked around me I wondered if I was the only person missing out on this potentially euphoric experience."
And people were shocked at the scene on social media, with many cracking jokes about what they were watching.
You can read more about that NSFW story here.
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