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Fifty Shades of Grey: The Latest and Greatest

By June 22, 2012 - 1:52pm
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Written by Dr. Marianne Brandon, Diplomat of Sex Therapy through AASECT, site director

Unless you’ve been living under a rock you have at least heard about – if not read – the fiction book Fifty Shades of Grey. This erotic trilogy is fast winning awards of distinction as it climbs its way up many best seller lists. And even many libraries are starting to stock it and looking at long waiting lists.

Because the book explores a politically incorrect sexual relationship between a dominant man and a younger, submissive woman, there has been almost as many negative critiques about its content as positive. Sex therapists and lay people alike have questioned the integrity of the book’s message.

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The erotic tale of a virginal heroine who falls for a bondage-loving billionaire has sold million copies in print and online, according to Random House in Britain.
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