Paltrow certainly didn't hold back when asked all the tough, personal questions by Stern—she even broke her silence about her ex's new leading lady, Jennifer Lawrence!
But rather than recap the lengthy interview, we decided to give you the five juiciest tidbits, in no particular order, for your viewing pleasure.1. On Oral Sex With Chelsea Handler: Truth be told, Paltrow's advice to Chelsea Handler has already made headlines, and she's sticking to it!
Many of the SCI cases involved Internet or cellphone communication. “It evokes a more emotional and intimate reaction,” Lane said.
In 2005, only about 20 percent of teenagers had cellphones, but today nearly 95 percent of US high schoolers carry one. Phone records show Cazanave, who ran the choral program at the elite 5,500-student Brooklyn Tech, spoke with her smitten student 145 times between 10 p.m. Casanave denied to The Post that she and the boy had sex.
In the last decade, tools like online portals, school e-mail and messaging systems have emerged, making “it far too easy to slide down the slippery slope from empathetic teacher to sexual predator,” said Frederick Lane, a Brooklyn attorney and author of the book “Cybertraps for Educators.” Lane estimates 70 percent of illicit student-teacher hookups are “accidental” and begin with an innocent exchange about homework that escalates to shared secrets, sexting and sex. Richard Rakowitz, who taught at Martin Van Buren HS in Queens, even allegedly bought a separate phone for his student lover.
A Tinton Falls-based finance company on Friday resolved a lawsuit alleging it made sexual harassment so much a part of its culture that employees were asked to sign "waiver" forms stating they wouldn't object to the "lewd" conduct.
I could have called people and said, "Hey, why don't you come in and see me?
But he's settled down and his wife is awesome." She also added that "he wasn't in a good place in his life to have a girlfriend," and explained that she was "more shallow" in her twenties when it came to picking her suitors. On Girls' Night With Jennifer Garner: Paltrow continued to gush about Affleck's wife, saying, "Now only is she beautiful but she's so warm, she cooks, and she's so into her kids and she's great. The Oscar winner added, "I had a girls' dinner and she came over. Is that [our relationship] was before the days of videos on your phones so we had nothing! On Chris Martin's Child-Naming Skills: Despite getting a ton of flak for naming her first child Apple, Paltrow pointed the finger at her ex for coming up with the unique moniker all on his own. Paltrow clarified, "You don't have to always fight. Show him that he's a man, and it's a good thing energetically to do." Stern interjected that "a lot of guys are insecure" when it comes to dating such well-known, powerful women."It depends on how many blow jobs you give them," Paltrow joked. You're probably not the whole package, but you're going to have to become the whole package — fast.), people are going to keep talking in them, roaring loudly over a soundtrack of clanking heels and Sevendust classics as they scream to their buddies and fire uninspired pickup lines at the ladies on stage.But there are some things that are just best left unsaid (or even un-thought), whether they're super-clichéd come-ons, overused jokes, or straight-up dickish comments.