The Guardian

The Goop Lab: wellness feels surreal right now, but it's worth it for episode three

A real-life vulva is the star of a series otherwise mired in woo-woo – but if you don’t take it too seriously, there’s fun to be had
Gwyneth Paltrow attending a special screening of The Goop Lab in January. Photograph: Rachel Murray/Getty Images

In a society that suddenly is awash with death, what does wellness mean now?

It means washing your hands at frequent intervals while singing Happy Birthday twice. It means being too frightened – or legally unable – to use public transport or attend your workplace, or returning to isolation after a new cluster in your area. It means every surface is suspect. It means presuming you have it, and that you could kill your elderly grandparents or parents.

Estás leyendo una vista previa, regístrate para leer más.

Más de The Guardian

The Guardian6 min. leídos
Beirut Explosion: Anger At Officials Grows After Missed Warnings
Released paper trail reveals ignored warnings over stash that has killed at least 135 people
The Guardian3 min. leídos
Secret Footage Shows Uighur Man’s Detention Inside Chinese Prison
Rare footage and text messages secretly sent by a detained Uighur man show chilling evidence of human rights violations by China, as global scrutiny of the situation in Xinjiang grows. According to reports by the BBC and the Globe and Mail, Merdan Gh
The Guardian4 min. leídos
Beirut Blast Timeline: What We Know And What We Don't
What happened in the months and years leading up to the explosion at the Lebanese capital’s port?