'Fifty Shades of Grey' has led to many discussions about its content, and its relationship to the role of women.
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Fifty Shades? No, thank you. I don't want to read a book in which an educated girl gets tied up and whipped. I want to hold on and go forward.
Fifty Shades of Grey is a bestseller not because of sex, but because it targets every woman's un-feminist secret dilemma: security or love?
I understand the appeal of Harry Potter. I appreciate the romance of Twilight and I even got hooked by the excitement surrounding The Hunger Games. But Fifty Shades of Grey is another animal entirely.
As a reading experience, Fifty Shades or Grey is a sad joke, puny of plot, padded with conversations that are repeated five or six times and email exchanges that are neither romantic nor witty.
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