This story will always be more offensive, than any of the beige sex acts in it.
|infinite zest |
Oh yeah. That movie. The one I'll never watch based off of the novel I'll never read.
Question for anyone who has read it, or at least knows more than I do: is it pretty standard BDSM or does it get more into stuff like pegging and copro/urophilia? Seems like all these middle aged women have their panties in a bunch like they've never heard of something so RISQUE as role playing before, like it's the 50s and they still sleep in separate beds with the bread winner.
I kinda hate read it for a debate, and while I can't remember an accurate total of sex scenes, or page count, none of the sex went beyond light bondage. I think there are effectively 3 scenes of that, including the tie one. Even though Nymphomaniac is more like Von Trier's treatise on human relationships than erotica, a person who reads or watches 50 Shades probably wouldn't be able to handle something like it. Someone who likes stuff like Scandal, Gone Girl, or American Sniper, likely would though. I'm sure someone around here can give a more detailed account, but I'm not gonna read it again to be that person.
Someone who likes stuff like Scandal, Gone Girl, or American Sniper, likely would though
50 Shades is for someone who likes Scandal, Gone Girl, or American Sniper
Since I can't read over what I type accurately, maybe I should read that book again.
It's a very pedestrian view of BDSM and it was of course written as a terrible Mary Sue fan-fiction by some socially broken author. To me, what I think is funny/awful about the whole 50 Shades thing is that the book basically has Mr. Grey effectively *forcing* the woman into the relationship in a very creepy, gross way.
Women keep painting the book as some kind of nonsensical feminist thing and I just don't understand how a book about a sexually inexperienced woman being berated and psychologically abused by a dominant male who thinks of her as a toy is somehow "liberating" in any way. Because a woman wrote it? Bullshit.
It's basically a modern re-writing/ripoff of The Story of O.
I haven't read it, but I've got the original fanfiction version on hand just in case I ever need to for some reason:
StanleyPain, all the femist-ish things I have read about it have totally shit on it for those very reasons. The woman is abused and miserable and the man is a crazy asshole and BDSM enthusiasts hate it. The book is clearly written by someone who doesn't know what she's writing about. It's basically what judgey sheltered mom-types think kinky people are like. This scene makes me wonder if the author has ever even had sex.
"You see, Ms. Everygirl, I'm more than just the rich CEO of the world's largest money-obtaining corporation," he said smolderingly. "I'm also a dominant sex kinker."
"Gasp!" moaned Annie Everygirl, the unsuspecting secretary from the heartland of America, like Iowa or someplace like that.
"So tonight, when we have rope sex, just remember that there are no such things as safe words. Also I'm going to call you Scootaloo the whole time."
"Moan!" gasped Annie Everygirl. Her farm-raised childhood in Wyoming or wherever had not prepared her for this!
Rich CEO Chad Orgasm snapped his fingers, and the Knuckles the Echidna theme song began to play from a hidden speaker. It was now sex time.
"Oh my!" spasmed Annie Everygirl. She was so very far from her native Panama!
|Binro the Heretic |
Stopped it pretty early on because:
A - I know it began as fanfiction based on that sparkly vampire story
B - He brought up the subject of menstruation
C - I can put two and two together
Stars for evil.
Is sex while a woman is on her period BDSM? I honestly don't know.
I'm not going to see the movie either way, so whatever.
IT'S FUCKING GROSS REGARDLESS
Now Now. Orgasms can help menstrual cramps (or so I've been told).
I can't imagine someone so sheltered that they've never had sex when Aunt Flow was around unless the woman didn't feel like it. It's honestly not a big deal. It's some blood. Us guys get white sticky pregnancy gunk everywhere every time we cum. Why is a little blood so gross?
Thank you for your piercing biological insights, Jonathan Swift.
let's face it the person you love is a smelly bag of nasty fluids, this will never change, part of wearing the big boy pants is not being bothered by that fact.
I don't wish to use my lovers bile as lubricant? How backwards of me, all fluids a person secretes should be held equally fuckable!
Jet Bin Fever
I had sex with my girlfriend once when she was on her period. Once.
eh, the reflexive revulsion towards it is just instinct's way of saying, "Cannot impregnate at this time. Don't bother."
It's no more or less mature than being turned off or on by any of a dozen other physical factors.
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