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Gwyneth Paltrow Steams Her Vagina || V-Steam Vagina Health Treatment – Gwyneth steaming her vagina is the best thing she’s done in years

“Hey, did you see what Gwyneth Paltrow said about vaginas?” a friend emailed the other day. Now, I tend to get a lot of email about Gwyneth Paltrow, mostly thanks to an open letter I wrote a year ago that has people convinced I need to be informed of her every move. Most of the time, my reaction is a resounding “Meh.”

But this? This, I had to see.

And I was not disappointed when I clicked the link he had sent me.

In fact, I was the opposite of disappointed. In a month of depressing news, bleak, serious events and nonstarter blizzards, Paltrow’s recent endorsement of the Mugwort V-Steam is a small bright spot of pure, genius comedy.

What’s that, you say? A Mugwort V-Steam?

It’s a Harry Potter-sounding spa treatment that is, in her own words, “a mini-throne, and a combination of infrared and mugwort steam cleanses your uterus, et al. It is an energetic release — not just a steam douche — that balances female hormone levels.”
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Gwyneth Paltrow turned heads yet again when she showed up to the Los Angeles premiere of “Mortdecai” in a leg-bomb-baring frock.Photo: Splash News

I’m going to give you a minute to read that again: Mini-throne, uterus, steam douche. (Not included: the actual word vagina. But this is what we are talking about here.)

“If you’re in LA,” she adds, “you have to do it.”

I don’t live in LA, so I won’t be partaking of this amazing, terrifying-sounding treatment. Also, from what I’ve read, the health benefits of this are dubious at best.

“Does Paltrow think her fallopian tubes are getting tidied up in the process, too? It does not,” wrote exasperated pediatrician Russell Saunders in a Daily Beast column.

“The female reproductive tract does not need to be cleaned at all. In fact, methods of feminine cleansing like douching can do more harm than good. Women should no more steam their vaginas than flush them with Lysol.”

Granted, the V-Steam is not something Paltrow made up out of thin, steam-filled air — it’s actually a centuries-old practice in Korea called chai-yok, and its practitioners believe it can reduce stress, regulate menstrual cycles and get rid of hemorrhoids.

Still, I’m going to side with the person who actually went to medical school.

But science aside, I am starting to really enjoy Gwynnie. She’s gotten so eccentric, unaware and zanily over-the-top, that she is now on the level of Joaquin Phoenix-style performance art, with an added level of hilarious 2015 Marie Antoinette “Let them eat kale” thrown in for good measure.

She shows up in nude jumpsuits on “The Tonight Show,” performs Broadway-style raps of “Anaconda” and doles out nutty health advice.

She’s gotten people revved up enough times to know the drill: If you want people to stop, you just have to stop making grand pronouncements. Normal celebrities would have retired into a cave for a year and joined five charities in the hopes of getting better publicity, eschewing all interviews save for a quick Q&A to promote their newest movie or their latest line at Target or their most recent episode of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.”

Not Gwyneth. She’s like, “Yeah, I know you all think I’m nuts — and no, I’m not going to shut up. I’m gonna keep talking. Next up: Steam your vagina.”

If being honest and open about who you are is a hallmark of happiness, well, then, Gwyneth Paltrow is probably one of the happiest people on the planet. She just does not care — and I like that.

She is weird enough to be one of my friends, any of our friends, really — a quirky, lively, truly bizarre mind in the body of the Prettiest Girl from High School. So with that, I say bravo, Gwyneth. Carry on with your steamed lady parts.

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Marvel’s The Avengers[4] (classified under the name Marvel Avengers Assemble in the UK and Ireland),[1][5] or simply The Avengers, is a 2012 American superhero film based on the Marvel Comics superhero team of the same name, produced by Marvel Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures.1 It is the sixth installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The film is written and directed by Joss Whedon and features an ensemble cast including Robert Downey, Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy Renner, Tom Hiddleston, Clark Gregg, Cobie Smulders, Stellan Skarsgård, and Samuel L. Jackson. In the film, Nick Fury, director of the peacekeeping organization S.H.I.E.L.D., recruits Iron Man, Captain America, the Hulk, and Thor to form a team that must stop Thor’s brother Loki from subjugating Earth.

The Asgardian Loki encounters the Other, the leader of an extraterrestrial race known as the Chitauri. In exchange for retrieving the Tesseract,2 a powerful energy source of unknown potential, the Other promises Loki an army with which he can subjugate Earth. Nick Fury, director of the espionage agency S.H.I.E.L.D., and his lieutenant Agent Maria Hill arrive at a remote research facility during an evacuation, where physicist Dr. Erik Selvig is leading a research team experimenting on the Tesseract. Agent Phil Coulson explains that the object has begun radiating an unusual form of energy. The Tesseract suddenly activates and opens a wormhole, allowing Loki to reach Earth. Loki takes the Tesseract and uses his scepter to enslave Selvig and several agents, including Clint Barton, to aid him in his getaway.

In response to the attack, Fury reactivates the “Avengers Initiative”. Agent Natasha Romanoff is sent to Calcutta to recruit Dr. Bruce Banner to trace the Tesseract through its gamma radiation emissions. Coulson visits Tony Stark to have him review Selvig’s research, and Fury approaches Steve Rogers with an assignment to retrieve the Tesseract.

In Stuttgart, Barton steals iridium needed to stabilize the Tesseract’s power while Loki causes a distraction, leading to a confrontation with Rogers, Stark, and Romanoff that ends with Loki’s surrender. While Loki is being escorted to S.H.I.E.L.D., Thor, his adoptive brother, arrives and frees him, hoping to convince him to abandon his plan and return to Asgard. After a confrontation with Stark and Rogers, Thor agrees to take Loki to S.H.I.E.L.D.’s flying aircraft carrier, the Helicarrier. There Loki is imprisoned while scientists Banner and Stark attempt to locate the Tesseract.


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Real-life ‘Iron Man’ suit commissioned by US military

U.S. Scientists are working on next-generation combat wear for soldiers inspired by the nano suit worn in the Iron Man films and it could be used two or three years away.

The Tactical Assault Light Operator Suit (Talos) would effectively give its wearer superpowers, such as the ability to see in the dark, super-human strength and a way of deflecting bullets, but its is a work in progress.

 The U.S. Special Operations Command (Ussocom) has called on scientists to develop a suit reminiscent of the one seen in the films that uses nanotechnology.

Such a suit would probably build upon work done by an MIT professor who is developing ‘liquid armour’, which captured the imagination of U.S. armed forces scientists who are looking for a way of protecting their troops from intensive combat situations in Iraq and Afghanistan.

At a conference in May, U.S. Navy Admiral Bill McRaven challenged scientists to build a suit that would function as a ‘practical exoskeleton’ and protect soldiers from shrapnel and bullets using Kevlar and nanotechnology.

He said that the suit should be light enough for soldiers to wear in battle but also suitable for surveillance missions and the idea has captured people’s imaginations – as seen in the animated video below.

Professor Gareth McKinley has been working on his ‘liquid armour’ technology for 11 years, which is focused on the flow of unusual materials, according to the University.

His team’s research is based on his understanding of how liquids can be elastic or solid in certain situations.

Once fully developed, the armour could transform from a more liquid form to a solid in a fraction of a second under the influence of a magnetic field or electric current as well as being able to monitor a soldier’s heart rate, hydration levels and core temperature, Dvice reported.

It is thought a suit would respond to the data, supplied by an on-board computer hooked up to sensors, to keep a soldier in the best conditions for battle.

Professor McKinley told NPR that the suit sounds like Iron Man.

‘The other kind of things that you see in the movies I think that would be more realistic at the moment would be the kind of external suit that Sigourney Weaver wears in Alien, where it’s a large robot that amplifies the motions and lifting capability of a human,’ he said.

The request for super body armour for troops was announced following the death of a soldier in Afghanistan. He was reportedly trying to rescue a civilian but was shot from the other side of a door – but he might have survived if he had have been better protected by his clothing.

Ussocom has asked academics, entrepreneurs and private laboratories to submit white papers detailing how its Talos suit could be built and how they could help make their designs a reality, while other reports suggest that Google Glass could be utilised to provide soldiers with information on the battle field.

Exoskelteons to give people super humans strength and night vision already exist, but the challenge is building the technology into a lightweight suit.

Professor McKinley said the name of the suit – Talos – has been chosen deliberately as it is the names of the bronze armoured giant from Jason and the Argonauts.

He said: ‘Like all good superheros, Talos has one weakness. For the Army’s Talos, the weak spot is either the need to carry around a heavy pump for an hydraulic system, or lots of heavy batteries.