But why target men (aside from finally getting someone to buy her $950 shot glasses)? According to Paltrow, 23% of the site's visitors are already male, though that figure doesn't differentiate between guys who read the site and guys who stumbled on it after Googling "Gwyneth Paltrow vagina eggs." Of course, the big question is: Should I, as a male person, read Goop Men? To help you with this important lifestyle decision, we've made a handy magazine-style quiz to get straight to the answer.
Are you "crystal curious"?
- I once experimented with a geode in college.
- Only if that's the name of a local stripper.
- This is another body cavity thing, isn't it?
- If I put any more crystals on my body during meditation, I'd have to secure mining rights.
Would you be interested in a series of articles exploring you how to help with low testosterone?
- I can't believe my wife forwarded me this email.
- Wait, is this one of those website's that make people feel bad about their bodies? Huh, didn't know they did those for men.
- I prefer medical advice from doctors who don't talk to ghosts.
- Will it help me have sex like Sting? Because I need to have sex like Sting.
Would you put stickers on your body if we said they had NASA healing powers?