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Juggalette Kila Juggalette Kila
Fifty Shades of Grey: Book One review
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do u start to feel hot and all worked up?
10/31/2012
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jstryker jstryker
has anyone gotten a guy to read this? i am considering it myself,
11/14/2012
destruction13 destruction13
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Originally posted by Juggalette Kila
do u start to feel hot and all worked up?
yes
11/21/2012
LunaLuthor LunaLuthor
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Originally posted by Juggalette Kila
do u start to feel hot and all worked up?
I am considering reading it
11/22/2012
minstrel69 minstrel69
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Originally posted by jstryker
has anyone gotten a guy to read this? i am considering it myself,
I started it but doesn't really seem that interesting so far.
11/22/2012
PrincessJones PrincessJones
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Originally posted by jstryker
has anyone gotten a guy to read this? i am considering it myself,
yes, my husband and i read it together as neither of us have read erotica style books before it affected both of us in a really great way i recommend it
11/24/2012
SassySam SassySam
no, but it didn't 'get to me' really, I feel like it a lot of hype.
11/25/2012
naturegirl naturegirl
I did when I first started reading the 1st book, but by the time I got part way through book 3 I was getting a bit bored!
12/01/2012
Sexy Desire Sexy Desire
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Originally posted by jstryker
has anyone gotten a guy to read this? i am considering it myself,
Funny you should ask. My husband read all three books...it was as a 'gift' for me for my birthday. I will say, I found him going directly to the books when he came home from work.
12/01/2012
marriedlady123 marriedlady123
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Originally posted by jstryker
has anyone gotten a guy to read this? i am considering it myself,
I would love it if my husband did!!!
01/06/2013
novanilla novanilla
Ugh, no. I can't read it. It's abuse.
01/07/2013
arewehavingfun? arewehavingfun?
I agree that Christian Grey is an abusive sort--he apologizes before he hurts Ana, rather than after but that doesn't make it any less abusive. He is also controlling. Even when he drops the desire to inflict hurt/harm to Ana and other women, he remains abusive and controlling, inflicting "punishment" on Ana when she exerts her independence. He can justify his desires all he wants, but abuse and control is still abuse and control.
01/17/2013
null null
No, it's a bunch of abuse and it's poorly written too. I'm trying to stomach the 3rd book right now.
01/17/2013
KayYJelly KayYJelly
Thank you, I'm glad someone said it !!

If you like the book as erotica, that's one thing. But I see so many inexperienced people coming into the BDSM community all because of that book, and then they find themselves in way over their head- oftentimes way too late.

Christian never respected Ana's privacy, her use of a safe word, aftercare... all things that are essential in a D/s relationship. He spanks her for the first time and then LEAVES HER TO CRY ALONE IN HER ROOM. That's unheard of, aftercare is so important.

So these people come in and find Doms who aren't really Doms and who abuse them, or they don't respect their safe word or even make one, or they realize that being strapped to a table, spread, and practically beaten isn't all that erotic and really painful for them and it becomes a traumatic experience.

The book glorifies abuse and it has done nothing but hurt those in the BDSM community.
01/18/2013
emiliaa emiliaa
It's kind of horrifying how pro-rape the book is. I don't think I'll ever read it. There's decent erotica, kinky and non, out there.
01/18/2013
calla1022 calla1022
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Originally posted by Juggalette Kila
do u start to feel hot and all worked up?
Yup
01/21/2013
RedKyuubi RedKyuubi
Nope. Not a fan of it
01/21/2013
tina&me tina&me
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Originally posted by Juggalette Kila
do u start to feel hot and all worked up?
No. We both feel all annoyed about it's misinterpretation of BDSM, though.
02/08/2013
SMichelle SMichelle
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Originally posted by jstryker
has anyone gotten a guy to read this? i am considering it myself,
My guy read it, and he thought it was a joke. He got about two chapters in before he turned to me and said, "why am I reading this?" -- he continued on reading it, finishing all three books... Only to tell me that he felt like he had just wasted precious moments of his life. Sadly.. I felt about the same way when I read them.
02/08/2013
Caitlyn.Kitty Caitlyn.Kitty
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Originally posted by Juggalette Kila
do u start to feel hot and all worked up?
In anger and rage, yes.
02/12/2013
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