Excerpts:On starting Goop:
"I had this incredibly fortunate life where I was getting to travel and work all over the world. I always had notebooks where I'd jot down, like, where's the best pizza? I'm in Naples, let me go try them all. So I had all of this information, and it was originally going to be a tiny database for my friends so they would stop fucking calling me."
----On being a trailblazer:
"It's threatening to men to have women who are capable of doing so many things and doing them well. I don't think it's consciously threatening and I don't think it's all men, but it really challenges the status quo and how people relate to us. Because I was the first one of this generation to do this kind of thing, I got a lot of shit for it. I sort of welcomed it. Now I'm like, this is why I'm on earth. This is part of my journey, and I'm here to be this person, and that's OK."
----On steaming vaginas:
Gwyneth: "There's certain things, I've just gotten savvier as I go, so now if I'm writing an article about someone steaming their vagina, I'm like, "This is going to be a thing." It's fun."
Lena: "Honestly, my first reaction was like, "I can't wait to steam my vagina.""
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