Fifty Shades Of Grey

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A Controversial Book Many people is talking about the negative impact that the book Fifty Shades of Grey is having on women. The book written by E.L. James, tells the story of a college girl, Anastasia, who falls in love with the handsome millionaire, Christian Grey. Christian is a control freak and jealous man who also has a BDSM desire for Anastasia. BDSM stands for Bondage and Discipline (BD), Dominance and Submission (DS), Sadism and Masochism (SM). People believe women should not read this book because they will think it is okay to be beaten and punished by a man. Others argue that women will try to find a rich, jealous man as Christian Grey and that the book is confusing the readers about the real love. The fact is that this book is being read mostly by women and young girls all over the world, and it seems they have enjoyed it. The book has been helpful for women because it makes them feel sexy and release the hidden feelings of their first love. The book also helps women to have a better…show more content…
In fact, the book has been categorized as an erotic book and describes in detail how the main characters make love but it does not have any images in it. But why a woman should not read an erotic book. In this case, men should not read or see magazines with naked women. So, it is right for men to see and read pornographic magazines but it is not correct for women to read an erotic book. That does not make any sense to me, it is just not fair. I actually read the book and it shows that women should enjoy sex and have orgasms too. While I was reading it, I felt sexy about myself, my body, and my persona. I think most women have the same reactions when they are reading what Mr. Grey does to Anastasia and how he pleases her. In other words, from the book women are learning how they want to be treated and what may pleasurable for

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