Would you buy a $75 scented “wellness product” that supposedly bears the essence of an annoying celebrity’s crotch? Fans of airhead actress Gwyneth Paltrow certainly are, as they recently bought out the supply of a new candle of hers called “This Smells Like My Vagina.”
Goop, the “modern lifestyle brand” that’s selling Paltrow’s candle, says it contains notes of geranium, citrusy bergamot, and cedar – meaning it’s really just a blend of aromatic essential oils, and not Paltrow’s bodily fluids. But because it has Paltrow’s name stamped on it and a description that reads, “fantasy, seduction, and a sophisticated warmth,” celebrity idol-worshippers reportedly can’t get enough of it.
Known for its vagina-themed products, Goop is a perfectly inappropriate company to sell Paltrow’s grossly named candle. It’s also notorious for making questionable health claims.
Goop claims that Paltrow’s candle is safe and won’t cause any negative side effects, though it’s unclear if there are any “hidden ingredients” that might pose a problem. But Paltrow apparently couldn’t care less, as the whole thing reportedly started out as a joke between her and professional perfumer Douglas Little.
The duo apparently thought that Paltrow fans would buy the overpriced novelty item simply because of its crass name – and sadly they were right. The candle’s release also coincides with Paltrow’s new “holistic wellness” series called “The Goop Lab,” which will premiere January 24 on Netflix (please don’t watch it…).
No word yet if the Netflix series will feature Paltrow’s vagina.
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Utter depravity has become mainstream “news” in the United States
As to be expected, the Twitterverse jumped all over Paltrow for this little gag. Not only is it just plain gross, but it’s a total scam designed to further enrich Paltrow’s bank account.
One twitter user named Dr. Jonathan N. Stea responded to the announcement about Paltrow’s candle and corresponding Netflix series by warning that “Goop sells because pseudoscientific quick fixes sell.”
“The show could be written off as entertainment if it weren’t for the fact that it makes health claims,” he added.
Others took offense to the candle itself, which The Cut tested and found doesn’t even smell like the name – more false advertising.
“This smells like a vagina that is douching Summer’s Eve too frequently and will probably end up with a yeast infection,” wrote The Cut‘s Allison P. Davis.
The only reason we’re reporting on this, of course, is to highlight the total depravity of American “culture.” That Paltrow’s candle is even making headlines at all shows that this debased society really is on its last legs.
The obsession among today’s females with constantly having to make nasty public references to their private parts suggests that mass mental illness in feminist culture has reached a crescendo. Nobody wants to hear about Gwyneth Paltrow or any other celebrity’s vaginas, and yet this is the type of filth that passes as “news” in 2020.
“These people are sick, twisted, demented freaks,” wrote one commenter at The Gateway Pundit.
“They are enemies of God and their eternal fate will be incomprehensible horror, anguish, and despair, unless they accept God’s grace and love, which they obviously disdain,” wrote another.
“Just look at the word about the title of the candle: heretic. They’re worse than heretics. They are demonic,” this same commenter added.
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