Our question concerns a just released movie based on a best selling book entitled, "50 Shades of Grey". What's it about?
The argument for moral relativism that right
and wrong are not black and white but shades of gray?
Shades of gray are window treatments?
It's a triumphant transformation where a
woman finds her authentic sexuality.
Correct. Or something like it.
The "heroine" is an insipid gal
who after some finagling,
meets a handsome powerful man.
Her lack of charm and certitude
are evidently just what he is looking for-
as a playmate in Bondage and Sadomasochism.
Sounds like the perfect
Valentines Day date flick!
Yes. For scary people.
You guys are so uptight and intolerant.
If uptight and intolerant means not wanting
anything to do with being tied up and
whipped, then color me uptight and intolerant.
You are so selfish and uncaring
Fluffy. Not everybody is so confident
like you. This woman was like, lost
and was able to find herself.
Well, found herself
bound in leather anyway.
Cyndi, forgive me for
not buying the notion that
transformation to fulfillment
comes from getting
Let's end this Round. I feel dirty.
I'm gonna take a bath.