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    Quote Originally Posted by Mole View Post
    My ideal husband would be ridiculously rich, young and good looking. He would be attracted to me because I am a pretty ingénue and a virgin.

    He would be psychologically damaged and insist on acting out his damage on me. He would be easy to manipulate and putty in my hands.

    And his name would be Mr Grey.
    Ah, but would he be blue and black, or white and gold?
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    Quote Originally Posted by grey_beard View Post
    Ah, but would he be blue and black, or white and gold?
    Let's hope he's only black & blue where the door hit him in the tush on the way out; rather than, all over where those "boots are made for walkin."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mole View Post
    My ideal husband would be ridiculously rich, young and good looking. He would be attracted to me because I am a pretty ingénue and a virgin.

    He would be psychologically damaged and insist on acting out his damage on me. He would be easy to manipulate and putty in my hands.

    And his name would be Mr Grey.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grey_beard View Post
    Ah, but would he be blue and black, or white and gold?
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    Quote Originally Posted by five sounds View Post
    There are a lot of women who think 50 shades of Grey is really messed up and distinctly unhot.
    50 shades is glorified abuse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by five sounds View Post
    There are a lot of women who think 50 shades of Grey is really messed up and distinctly unhot. Yeah it's popular, but I am offended to be lumped into "women who have that fantasy" honestly.

    My ideal husband loves me unconditionally and shares a deep connection with me. No lists, just following my heart.
    I dunno, we all know the sexual fantasies of men as they are plastered all over the internet, yet how moral we become when the sensitive sexual fantasies of women become public.

    The cat is out of the bag with men, and the cat is peeping out of the bag with women.

    Our sexual fantasies, both male and female, reveal our unconscious. And ever since Freud we have been revealing more and more of our unconscious until today our unconscious is not only conscious but out in the public arena.

    Universal literacy gave us our conscious and our unconscious, but now the electronic media have not only put our nervous system on the outside, but our unconscious as well.

    Tribal people don't have a conscious and unconscious rather they share their group emotions moment by moment in spoken and shouted language. And today we share our group emotions electronically over the internet.

    So Typology Central is an electronic tribe (etribe) in the global village.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chanaynay View Post
    50 shades is glorified abuse.
    How is this different from male pornography?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mole View Post
    I dunno, we all know the sexual fantasies of men as they are plastered all over the internet, yet how moral we become when the sensitive sexual fantasies of women become public.

    The cat is out of the bag with men, and the cat is peeping out of the bag with women.

    Our sexual fantasies, both male and female, reveal our unconscious. And ever since Freud we have been revealing more and more of our unconscious until today our unconscious is not only conscious but out in the public arena.

    Universal literacy gave us our conscious and our unconscious, but now the electronic media have not only put our nervous system on the outside, but our unconscious as well.

    Tribal people don't have a conscious and unconscious rather they share their group emotions moment by moment in spoken and shouted language. And today we share our group emotions electronically over the internet.

    So Typology Central is an electronic tribe (etribe) in the global village.
    i don't get why whatever is made popular is deemed the universal fantasy for everyone of one sex or the other. seems really unlikely to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by five sounds View Post
    i don't get why whatever is made popular is deemed the universal fantasy for everyone of one sex or the other. seems really unlikely to me.
    The popularity of the book, Fifty Shades of Grey, is absolutely enormous across many cultures. And the movie from the book has sell out audiences of women across the globe.

    This book and movie speaks to what has been hidden in the psyche of women for ages.

    Ask yourself, what man will admit he regularly uses pornography, so how can we expect women to be any different?

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    The popularity of Fifty Shades is not a testament to the sexual deviancy of the female gender, so much as a sign of idiocy and lack of taste among the general populace. As Oscar Wilde put it in his usual snarktastic way, "To be popular, one must be a mediocrity." (Case in point: the success of the Kardashians.) But just because a bunch of semi-literate women are getting excited over badly-written mom porn doesn't mean that all women secretly want to get freaky with sociopathic sex addicts. I prefer my men fully compos mentis, thank you very much.

    Seriously though, has anyone here actually tried reading that garbage? I picked it up at a relative's house, just to see what the big deal was, and I couldn't get through the first chapter. "E.L. James" should be incarcerated for unleashing that dreck on the world. If I wrote anything that bad, I'd use a pseudonym, too.

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