Gwyneth Paltrow Says She Learned Oral Sex From Rob Lowe's Wife Sheryl Berkoff
Gwyneth Paltrow has admitted that Rob Lowe's wife Sheryl Berkoff taught her how to perform oral sex when she was a teen.
Gwyneth, 47, made the confession on Lowe's podcat Literally! With Rob Lowe where she was explaining how she and his wife connected.
She noted how the pair met when she was 15 or 16 while Sheryl was working as a make up artist on Gyneth's mum's TV movie.
She said: "I met Sheryl and I was, like, immediately obsessed with her. First of all, she was dating Keanu Reeves, who was my celebrity crush. And she was so cool.
"She knew that I was sneaking cigarettes, and she would come smoke with me behind the trailer. And, she taught me how to give a blow job, and you know, all the classic Sheryl stuff.
"And I just worshipped her. I thought she was literally the coolest chick of all time. And she was so awesome to me.
"And I was a high school kid. Like, the fact that she loved me that much before I was anyone or anything, you know? Same with you."
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Now Rob and Sheryl's 25-year-old son, John Owen Lowe, has seen arguably the worst headline that any child could possibly read about their parent.
Addressing the story on Twitter, he wrote: "2020 has been a wild ride, but this has settled it for me. I choose death by murder hornets." Fair enough.
2020 has been a wild ride, but this has settled it for me. I choose death by murder hornets. pic.twitter.com/O7PyU3JJky- John Owen Lowe (@Johnny_L0we) July 24, 2020
Gwyneth is known for being open about sex and all that comes with it. She doesn't shy away from being open when it comes to intimate topics - like anal sex.
In her March 2017 newsletter - The Sex Issue - she touched on the backdoor, often an avoided orifice, speaking with an expert on the matter.
She said that if you find yourself enjoying the once taboo sex act, then you're not alone, writing: "If anal turns you on, you are definitely not alone, but its prevalence doesn't change the fact that it's the riskiest sexual behavior in terms of HIV and other STDs".
Speaking to research psychoanalyst Paul Joannides, Psy.D, they found stats that say 30 to 40 percent of straight women and men have tried anal. Paul, an expert on the subject, claims that it was at the halfway point in the Noughties when the line between the vagina and rectum became very mixed.
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