The idea of being tied up, locked up and dominated is about as sexually titillating to Mandy as a pile of ironing.
Video Sharon Shostak
Thank you and bless you for your article this week about ’50 Shades…’ After reading Lydia Cacho’s book “Slavery Inc : The Untold Story of International Sex Trafficking”, to me this film if you could call it that is simply a contemporary spin on the mysoginistic paternalistic sexual slavery of women and children.
This film if I could call it that is simply brainwashing young women – yet again – with what is seen to be desirable in order to be loved, and proffers to a willing youthful female audience (great marketing job) a taste of this world demonstrating daring, challenge and excitement.
You know the movie industry is responsible for a great many attitudes and beliefs in our society about men and women — and I guess that’s its intention. What a powerful modality!
Anyway that’s enough I just wanted to express my gratitude for your view.
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