hahahaha ohhh jesus
"No Pat" That sounded like a very sarcastic yes to me.
I really love the cognitive dissonance involved in believing that the fastest selling paperback of all time is something women are "struggling" with.
"In a moment of weakness, we seem to have purchased tens of millions of copies of an erotic novel, recommended it to all of our friends, got a movie deal for the author and generally turned it into a widely accepted cultural phenomenon. The struggle continues."
|Sudan no1 |
You CAN get pregnant from it if you are a witch in Satan's service, so there's that.
|Binro the Heretic |
This is actually kind of sad.
He was raised believing women are completely asexual beings who just happen to have vaginas designed to receive penises to allow men to impregnate them.
This late in life, he's just now discovering women desire and enjoy all sorts of sexual contact.
If his parents weren't already long dead in the ground, I'd say they needed to have their asses kicked for doing this to him.
"But my wife is cold, frigid, and hated having sex with me. You mean all women aren't like that?"
|Jet Bin Fever |
Damn, 30% of women are involved in pornography? How do I get in on some of that?
The Bible has porn in it.
Patriarchy is the only way cunts like this could ever get laid. No wonder they won't let it go.
That lady is a few months away from quitting or getting fired. I've seen that poor girl lose more and more patience in each progressive clip from the 700 club lately.
Not to long ago I recall Pat asking her why black people eat mac and cheese.
Sodomy was on the books in Great Britain for centuries, but not lesbianism, because it was simply assumed women wouldn't be interested.
Haha, I love how she caught herself and tried to pretend that she wasn't sure about the title of the book.
Given the success of "50 Shades of Grey", there might even be a market for more romantic and/or erotic novels aimed at women. It sounds crazy, but it just might work.
Two things about 50 Shades of Grey; I saw it for sale at my local Sam's Club & where I work women openly discuss every facet E. L. James' magnum opus.
It's the only book I've ever seen that was displayed at the front of the book with a big "Must be 18 or older to purchase" sign taped to the display case. The naughty books and magazines usually sit behind the counter where I live.
Pat has awakened in a world where the Christian ideology of women being viewed as sluts and whores for having sexual desires is slowly, slowly draining out of our collective American consciousness. Said ideology has poisoned our culture for so long that I can totally understand this being seen as a goddamn revolution not only to Pat, but those who aren't necessarily fanatics.
I'm not trying to channel Pat Logic here, but the thing I don't get about "50 Shades of Grey" is that it is not groundbreaking at all. It's like millions of women had no idea that an entire genre of erotica novels existed for centuries before this. And then there's Harlequin Romance, Literotica, ASSTR, Amazon fuck eBooks... Why is this book so popular? Why is being naughty unique?
I guess you can blame/credit Twilight? It's built from the same template.
As I pointed out to a coworker, it's a total female science fiction/pipe dream; woman falls in love a massively hung, dominant billionaire who lives only to make her come & only has eyes for this one woman. Jeez, the only way to top that is to have Christian's testicles shoot pure chocolate.
Men know about ASSTR? Shit, I thought it was kinda secret...
Everything from the titillating to the utterly creepy. From the arousing to the batshit deranged. A site full of people who are experts at avoiding reality, and with good reason. God knows who doing God knows what. Best not to think about it, just push it down and go on.
Yes, I am fully aware of ASSTR.
|That guy |
Wait, why did he assert that she doesn't look like someone who would write an erotic novel? I really wasn't expecting this other dimension to his unreality.
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