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Discussion in 'General Sex Discussion' started by mactheripper, May 23, 2015.
Is there any anal sex in the book/movie?
Q: Is there any anal sex in [50 Shades of Grey]?
A: It doesn't matter because 50 Shades is rubbish and basically slanderous propaganda against sex/sexuality/relationships.
Hey, that's just my opinion of it. I don't know if there is anal sex mentioned in the book/movie or not. I made it past the first couple of chapters and set it aside. Having read reviews of those that have read it - both for and against the book - and having read various excerpts, I decided I wanted nothing to do with 50 Shades. The way in which it portrays BDSM relationships and other "taboo" sexual practices is downright inaccurate and offensive. I am of the opinion that it glorifies and promotes what amounts to abuse.
But, of course, you're free to read the book and assess for yourself.
I'm not into abuse, thanks for saving my time.
Id rather watch the movie
I don't really remember ANY sex in the movie......
Yes , she asked if I wanted to go see the movie with her... I said " if you want me to go , sure . Why not. I figured at the worst, i would be the only man in a theater full of under sexed , horny 40 something year old women.. I gotta say, I was just bored.. I thought for sure I would at least leave the theater horny myself. Nope. Just bored. 5 outta 10 possible..even my girl was kinda bored by movie. She did like the books tho..
I did not like the books and will not waste my time on the movies. I don't recall any anal in the first or half of book two which is all I wasted my time on.
I usually Google adult stories when I need a good read (and anal is a must) there's also the erotic story section here you might enjoy.
I personally don't know why 50 shades was a big deal at all, poorly written and the story line was awful. I wasn't turned on in the least AND of I was I'd be sure to say so.
And , yes.. It may be rubbish. But it sure struck a chord with a lot of women. We could start a discussion that would be endless regarding the inner sexual conflict inside women. Conflict between what they want and what they've been taught is wrong . The conflict between qualities they want in a husband/ father of their children. And qualities they crave in a lover and how they want to be treated in the bedroom... But I think that's a topic for another thread..
Agreed....my little sister comes to mind lol
I read a very eye opening book once.. Called "the erotic silence of the American wife.." Very very candid discussion from women in that book. Strongly suggest all men read it.
Honestly, it's the snobby elitist literary "aficionado" in me that (for the most part) finds it rubbish. 50 Shades comes in on a level with the Twilight series on my Most Horribly Written Books Ever list. The other stuff in it that offends my sensibilities is only made worse by the fact that it's so poorly written.
And I think that's a truly unfortunate statement that 50 Shades struck such a strong chord with so many. I'm not sure I like what that says about our society. I mean, I know that in spite of claims made that America is ridiculously Puritanical, but... well... yeah.
I think you've hit it all on the head. The fact that it WAS poorly written.. And STILL so rediculously popular, Tells me that maybe mainstream women were so unprepared for such a "hot" story... That they didn't care how horribly written it was..??? I dunno.
I'd rather live it out
Over it, lol, I'll watch real porn or 'record real live sex' but it is a major disappointment in today's society that it was so popular, smmfh.
First: Love the image response.
Second: What'd you expect in a thread titled "50 shades of grey question"
It's not that 50 shades of grey is interesting. It's that women are interested in it, and i find THAT interesting. And I'm not talking about women here. Because women that join a sexual forum obviously have a firm grasp on their sexuality. Rather , it's the sexually repressed mainstream women ... Ones that would never join a "sexual" forum .. That have gravitated to this wicked tale of desire (LOL) .. But we'll never hear from those women because they're too busy going to church functions, taking the kids to soccer practice , and hiding their copy of 50 shades under the nightstand .
And as I said above - the fact that those women are the majority saddens me. There shouldn't be that level of sexual repression in a "modern and civilized" country like the USA. There shouldn't be that level of repression of any sort. That people viewed 50 Shades as being as taboo as they did is very telling of how far we have come from the incredibly withheld, withdrawn, and close-minded foundation of our Nation.
When I say "how far..." what I mean to illustrate is that we have not come that far, in spite of what the general populace are inclined to believe. We are not living in some wild over-sexed heodinistic cess pit, though if you listen to the Fundamentalists and "Far Right" Conservatives you would think that is the case. Candid and open discussions about sex, sexuality, and/or "adult" relationships is virtually nonexistent outside of forward thinking families - and those families tend to be viewed as being somehow dysfunctional or unhealthy. The amount of repression, which in turn leads to ignorance, which in turn leads to massive amounts of problems. I am pained when I think back to how many of my peers in school believed that sex was painful, caused pregnancy/disease in spite of all precautions taken, and all other sorts of gross misconceptions. And this persisted through high school... After sex "education" (a.k.a. Abstinence Only) classes... which were optional...
Let that sink in for a second... Okay...
The concept that sex is nothing more than a dirty necessity for creating children still holds sway. It shouldn't. We live in the 21st century. We are capable of living outside of Earth's atmosphere; of destroying all life on Earth with a single bomb; and of sharing our culture(s) with the known universe. That's amazing progress! So what the fuck is up with these archaic and backward notions on sex?
50 Shades is a microcosm of a larger and far more pressing issue. That is why I make such a big deal out of it. Setting aside all else that's wrong with it, the ideas that it represents are (to me) dangerous and need to be eradicated. How? By educating people. By having those open, honest, and detailed discussions about sex, sexuality, and "adult" relationships. I want people to read that book or similar titles and laugh at how ludicrous it is; not view it as being an honest and fair representation of "taboo" activities. I'm not (and never will) insist on censorship of 50 Shades or any other things that represents an idea I am adamantly opposed to, however I will insist that people do a bit of thinking, discussing, and soul searching before they decide to believe the idea presented.
I love you.
Lol.. You once again, are dead on