Another Reason to Hate 50 Shades of Grey I Hadn’t Thought of

As a connoisseur of Classic Literature Featuring Erotica, BDSM, & Kink since I was a WEE KID who read everything (Think Attributed and Unattributed (denounced) Novels by Marquis De Sade, Story of O, Any Book by Colette, Tropic of Cancer, The Delta of Venus, The Sexual Life of Catherine M.,- you get the picture), reading 50 Shades of Grey – the DISNEY VERSION OF BDSM- left me underwhelmed and the writing plain BORED ME SILLY waiting for the rush, figuratively speaking, of course. I can’t claim myself as a fervent practitioner of these extreme (to some) sexual concepts namely due to a few realities such as the lack of willing partners I was personally attracted to, the fact that I am a VERSE or Versatile Interested Party (Very Interested in Switching Roles between Dom and Sub) and not many of the Hyper Masculine Men I know and subsequently like seemed to EVER want to assume a Sub role, the curious fact that what is exciting in a controlled imaginary fantasy scenario while READING can translate to FRIGHTENING & NOT PALATABLE PAINFUL Scenario in the Physical Actual World particularly when dealing with over excited, inexperienced partners (MYSELF INCLUDED), coupled finally with a weary “BEEN THERE, DONE THAT, JUST HOLD ME” ennui after having had enough “experiences.” However, the Linked Blog below veers sharply from the usual anti 50 Shades of Grey tirade claiming the book is SO TAME & the Writing SO BAD in its depiction of BDSM and instead presents a TOTALLY DIFFERENT and interesting perspective on why 50 Shades of Grey is doing the BDSM Movement or Philosophy a great disservice. Great Read.