Fifty Shades of Grey, Arousal, Sex, and Hell

"Fifty Shades of Grey" cartoon by nakedpastor David Hayward

“Fifty Shades of Grey” cartoon by nakedpastor David Hayward

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I haven’t read Fifty Shades Trilogy (Fifty Shades of Grey / Fifty Shades Darker / Fifty Shades Freed). But some people I know are glad they read it because it improved their sex lives. It had nothing to do with the quality of writing, the accuracy of it’s portrayal of BDSM, or sexism, abuse, or whatever. It aroused them. Arousal… what a fascinating topic!

Did you know that the sex toys industry is expecting a boost in sales after the release of the movie this weekend, just like they did after the book was released?

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4 Responses

  1. Gary says:

    If one believes in a Creator God then they must believe that God created arousal and made it to be a an incredibly powerful force in our lives. In fact the bible (for those who identify as Christian or Jewish) contains a wonderfully erotic piece of literature in the Song of Solomon which explores arousal in a variety of ways. (Ironically, most of which are rejected by the more fundamental churches) If one does not believe in a god, then one must recognize that arousal is a completely natural process that need not be feared.

  2. Cecilia Davidson says:

    I actually asked for a refund on 50.

    The man was extremely stalker in approach and outright abusive.
    I’ve read enough BDSM on freesites and this book was the first time i felt ashamed buying something. Not to mention the author was an outright jerk to critics. Even Mara Wilson called her out and James gave her a slinging of extremely hateful slurs.

  3. Headless Unicorn Guy says:

    “Outright Jerk to Critics” as in someone whose god is being blasphemed or just speshul little snowflake of a bad fanfic author who sees her Masterpiece as Perfect In Every Way?

    And there’s worse to come: 50 Shades (the book) is a TRILOGY (cue classic SF filk “You Have To Write a Trilogy” here). That means at least TWO more movies. AND the “Just like 50 Shades of FIll-in-the-Blank, Except CHRISTIAN(TM)!” knockoffs have already started.

  4. Gary says:

    As for the book…loved it.