Sure, Goop is a snake oil hell, but it's also a wonderland of high-tech sex toys, cool kitchen wares, and even a few things we can actually afford.
Leigh Stein's new novel rips apart the fakeness and performativeness of the wellness influencer world.
Don't let brands taking advantage of pandemic-induced panic goad you into spending money on ineffective products.
Charging higher prices for crystals or tarot doesn't guarantee better quality. But it says a lot about today's consumer culture.
By misidentifying parts of the anatomy she claims to be an expert on, actress and self-appointed lifestyle guru Gwyneth Paltrow demonstrates the damage caused by censoring women’s bodies.
Finally, a toy to teach our youth to go to $25 yoga classes, stand in line at Sweetgreen, and not ask any bigger questions about why everyone is self-soothing so very much.
Gwyneth Paltrow’s new Netflix show is also providing a large audience for John Amaral, a 'somatic energy practitioner' who has said his energy work led to "spontaneous remission" of breast cancer.
At least stand behind your wellness trends, Gwyneth Paltrow, you absolute coward!!
What crimes did these women commit against Gwyneth Paltrow to deserve a hundred needles in the face or swimming under the frozen surface of a lake?
If Gwyneth Paltrow can sell overpriced crystal-infused water bottles, why can't Marie Kondo?