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(The Eagle)   "No other contemporary text on sexuality has transformed American culture the way that this series has," says the professor of an upcoming college class on "50 Shades of Grey." Class will reportedly be held in the red room   (theeagleonline.com) divider line 125
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2013-01-01 03:11:07 PM  
Is it an audio-only, non-credit course from Professor Gilbert Gottfried?

No?

Then....No.
 
2013-01-01 03:43:41 PM  
pinkie.ponychan.net
 
2013-01-01 03:44:35 PM  
There is so much better stuff on AO3....just saying.
 
2013-01-01 03:45:10 PM  
www.tcmuk.tv

Oh wait red room you said.

/link hotter than Duvall on coke.
 
2013-01-01 03:45:31 PM  
That was quick
 
2013-01-01 03:45:40 PM  
You know, for once it would be nice if one of these literary phenoms changed it for the better. I don't mean it's not awesome that chicks are getting all hot and horny and reading porn, but goddamn why is it always the Twilights and Harry Potters and Vampire Lestats and bad internet fanfic that has to change how we look at things?
 
2013-01-01 03:47:36 PM  
I remember the old days, when a college professor trying to stir up shiat would just mouth some psuedomarxist crap and something about how the Founding Fathers sucked. In a word of Twihards and Greylings, I miss those days

/my lawn, off it, jackhole
//40th birthday is next week
 
2013-01-01 03:48:16 PM  
Haven't read it. Still working on Tropic of Cancer and Lady Chatterley's Lover.
 
2013-01-01 03:48:22 PM  
How has it transformed our culture? It sounds like the professor is just creepy and has bad taste in books.
 
2013-01-01 03:48:50 PM  
Middle aged women are masturbating more, which I suppose is a good thing. Still, I think Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex* (*But Were Afraid to Ask) had a far more profound effect on American sexuality.
 
2013-01-01 03:48:51 PM  
I didn't read Fifty Shades, but really, is it that much different from 91/2 weeks?

/safe word is getoffmylawn
 
2013-01-01 03:49:46 PM  

SockMonkeyHolocaust: Vampire Lestats


The Vampire Lestat was a hell of a lot better then Edward.

Anne Rice's fetish works are better then 50 shades too.

I also have serious doubts that the book has had any effect on American culture at all.

Can anyone think of cultural changes brought about by 50 shades? I can't.
 
2013-01-01 03:50:04 PM  

NewWorldDan: Middle aged women are masturbating more, which I suppose is a good thing. Still, I think Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex* (*But Were Afraid to Ask) had a far more profound effect on American sexuality.


The Feminine Mystique destroys them all and by far the most influential non-government document in American history.
 
2013-01-01 03:50:22 PM  

SockMonkeyHolocaust: You know, for once it would be nice if one of these literary phenoms changed it for the better. I don't mean it's not awesome that chicks are getting all hot and horny and reading porn, but goddamn why is it always the Twilights and Harry Potters and Vampire Lestats and bad internet fanfic that has to change how we look at things?


I remember when Angela's Ashes was the book everyone had to read. No clue if it was any good, but people would sneer at you if you hadn't read it.
 
2013-01-01 03:50:56 PM  
I swear, that book is magic.
 
2013-01-01 03:50:56 PM  

NewWorldDan: Middle aged women are masturbating more, which I suppose is a good thing. Still, I think Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex* (*But Were Afraid to Ask) had a far more profound effect on American sexuality.


CAme to mention this
 
2013-01-01 03:51:07 PM  
Will they have a course on Inspector Spacetime slash in this year's "Community"?
 
2013-01-01 03:51:23 PM  
And I STILL will not read it. I'll stick with my Le Morte d'Arthur by Sir Thomas Malory.
 
2013-01-01 03:52:38 PM  

AutumnWind: How has it transformed our culture? It sounds like the professor is just creepy and has bad taste in books.


Class is going to be him and 3 other creepy dudes. By the end of the course, nothing of value will have been gained.
 
2013-01-01 03:52:39 PM  
The red room with the green door?

Fano: NewWorldDan: Middle aged women are masturbating more, which I suppose is a good thing. Still, I think Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex* (*But Were Afraid to Ask) had a far more profound effect on American sexuality.

CAme to mention this


I came too, but not because of mentioning that.
 
2013-01-01 03:53:23 PM  
Transformed America how, exactly?
 
2013-01-01 03:55:59 PM  

fluffy2097: Can anyone think of cultural changes brought about by 50 shades? I can't.


encouraging men to pay more attention to their women, and less to sport?
 
2013-01-01 03:56:20 PM  
50 Shades didn't transform sh*t.

Professor is trolling HARD.
 
2013-01-01 03:56:33 PM  
Well, a bunch of adult women found out their moms read smut an liked it. So there's that.
 
2013-01-01 03:58:19 PM  

Saborlas: 50 Shades didn't transform sh*t.


So it doesn't contain coprophilia?
 
2013-01-01 03:58:51 PM  
"No other contemporary text on sexuality has transformed American culture the way that this series has,"

And now we have
cdn03.cdn.justjaredjr.com
50 shades of Gryffindor
 
2013-01-01 04:01:57 PM  
So....she's a professor. And for credibility, the article notes that she...writes a blog. I see.

And then the cherry on top..."No other contemporary text on sexuality has transformed American culture the way that this series has.."

...the fuq did I just read?
 
2013-01-01 04:02:26 PM  
images.thevine.com.au
images.thevine.com.au
images.thevine.com.au

/that is all
 
2013-01-01 04:02:27 PM  
I read that it was the
'most returned' Christmas gift around here.
 
2013-01-01 04:02:48 PM  
I'm waiting for the movie and it better be better than:

The Story of O
Tropic of Cancer
Wild Orchid
91/2 Weeks
Body Heat
Cat People
The Hot Spot

Nobody's made a decent erotic movie in over 20 years and no, peeing on camera doesn't make a movie erotic you Fassbenderphiles. And put a woman in it not a little girl like Carey Mulligan or Sleeping Beauty. CREEPY!
 
2013-01-01 04:03:06 PM  
Would like a word.....

www.poetryfoundation.org

//HOLY HOLY HOLY!
///(Hotlink)
 
2013-01-01 04:05:17 PM  

NewWorldDan: Middle aged women are masturbating more, which I suppose is a good thing. Still, I think Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex* (*But Were Afraid to Ask) had a far more profound effect on American sexuality.


I'd put chips down on The Joy of Sex as well.
 
2013-01-01 04:06:05 PM  

Fano: NewWorldDan: Middle aged women are masturbating more, which I suppose is a good thing. Still, I think Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex* (*But Were Afraid to Ask) had a far more profound effect on American sexuality.

CAme to mention this


What you did there. You don't see it.

/but Freud does
 
2013-01-01 04:06:43 PM  

fluffy2097: Can anyone think of cultural changes brought about by 50 shades? I can't.



Gotta take the course to find that out!
 
2013-01-01 04:07:36 PM  

occamswrist: AutumnWind: How has it transformed our culture? It sounds like the professor is just creepy and has bad taste in books.

Class is going to be him and 3 other creepy dudes. By the end of the course, nothing of value will have been gained.


It keeps me from having any chance of interaction with those four creepy dudes. I call that a win
 
2013-01-01 04:10:23 PM  
So the "professor" is what, 26 and with damp ink on her diploma and is not well read. Gotcha.

Se doesn't have to go far. "My Secret Garden" did it much better in the 90s, and had the distinct advantage of not being poorly written fanfic.
 
2013-01-01 04:10:34 PM  

SockMonkeyHolocaust: You know, for once it would be nice if one of these literary phenoms changed it for the better. I don't mean it's not awesome that chicks are getting all hot and horny and reading porn, but goddamn why is it always the Twilights and Harry Potters and Vampire Lestats and bad internet fanfic that has to change how we look at things?


Because the majority of people are doofs. Derpy herpy doofs. I blame this on America's "More Doofs For Citizens" educational platform that's been in place for several decades. A doofy citizen is a manageable easily distracted citizen.
 
2013-01-01 04:11:25 PM  
Is there a lab associated with this class, and what is the list of supplies I'll need?

Got my lab partner all picked out...
fc02.deviantart.net

... ready to... ummm... study.
 
2013-01-01 04:11:34 PM  
Someone's Lab Partner is ready to do research...
 
2013-01-01 04:12:47 PM  
farm9.staticflickr.com
 
2013-01-01 04:13:40 PM  

AutumnWind: How has it transformed our culture? It sounds like the professor is just creepy and has bad taste in books.


It is the first fanfic to have ridden the marketing push to mainstream pr0n.

EVAR!

/... And the professor is creepy and has a bad taste in books.
 
2013-01-01 04:19:30 PM  

AutumnWind: How has it transformed our culture? It sounds like the professor is just creepy and has bad taste in books.


To be fair the full quote includes the caveat: "... the way this series has." So, it's really not that big a compliment as Prof. Fanfic might have hoped.
 
2013-01-01 04:22:53 PM  
Fifty Shades of Grey is a text on sexuality? Yeah, right. And I suppose Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance is a text on Buddhism?

I sincerely apologize to fans of Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance for comparing their work to that thing, but I need an illustration of just how full of shiat this professor is.
 
2013-01-01 04:25:00 PM  
I am so glad we have the abundance of academic resoures to waste on cr@p like this. Enjoy that tution/student loan bill.
 
2013-01-01 04:25:31 PM  
um, anyone mention yet how the book is so badly edited that the spelling of the main protagnists name changes from "Grey" to "Gray" by page
 
2013-01-01 04:27:58 PM  

LonMead: Is there a lab associated with this class, and what is the list of supplies I'll need?

Got my lab partner all picked out...
[fc02.deviantart.net image 800x1067]

... ready to... ummm... study.


YUM!! (Never heard of this fifty shades bullshiat?)
 
2013-01-01 04:29:04 PM  
Fifty shades of who gives a fark.
 
2013-01-01 04:29:19 PM  
Tom Lehrer was talking about this in the late 50's.

2.bp.blogspot.com And Bettie Page was a representation of a lot of the same themes.

For all of the talk this book has raised, I still haven't heard what is so revolutionary about it. There have been dozens and dozens of books and movies and even TV that have covered this subject better.
 
2013-01-01 04:32:05 PM  
This stupid book has exposed a very vanilla idea of BDSM to the mainstream, the only way I see it effecting this culture is a lot of soccer moms having unexplained injuries in the ER.

I liken it to the people who get gauges in their ears and don't inform themselves of the history, practice or maintence of it.
 
2013-01-01 04:33:56 PM  

SockMonkeyHolocaust: You know, for once it would be nice if one of these literary phenoms changed it for the better. I don't mean it's not awesome that chicks are getting all hot and horny and reading porn, but goddamn why is it always the Twilights and Harry Potters and Vampire Lestats and bad internet fanfic that has to change how we look at things?


Oh, don't bring Harry Potter into it. Not that I actually finished reading/watching the series, or anything, but it doesn't suck.

/Ann Rice may also not suck. I am withholding judgment.
//Twilight's fair game.
 
2013-01-01 04:34:39 PM  

fluffy2097: SockMonkeyHolocaust: Vampire Lestats

The Vampire Lestat was a hell of a lot better then Edward.

Anne Rice's fetish works are better then 50 shades too.

I also have serious doubts that the book has had any effect on American culture at all.

Can anyone think of cultural changes brought about by 50 shades? I can't.


Only change I've seen is vanilla straights embarrassing themselves as they try to sound like they have a clue about BDSM because they've read that shiat series. I told a friend's step-mom to stop embarrassing herself and go read some decent erotica like Rice's Beauty series and hush when actual kinksters are talking.

Not complaining too much since I've been dying to tell that uptight biatch off.
 
2013-01-01 04:36:02 PM  
The marquis de sadde has the best writings on sadism, just sayin
 
2013-01-01 04:37:58 PM  
American University. Raising the bar for pop culture pseudo-education everywhere.

I wonder why liberal arts schools get laughed at?
 
2013-01-01 04:40:36 PM  

occamswrist: AutumnWind: How has it transformed our culture? It sounds like the professor is just creepy and has bad taste in books.

Class is going to be him and 3 other creepy dudes. By the end of the course, nothing of value will have been gained.


I swear, that's exactly how I think all those community college sex ed classes end up.
 
2013-01-01 04:43:04 PM  
""No other contemporary text on sexuality has transformed American culture the way that this series has"

www.gmodules.com "Dear Penthouse, I never thought something like this could happen to me, but..."

Updated every month, too.
 
2013-01-01 04:43:05 PM  

perpetualcrass: This stupid book has exposed a very vanilla idea of BDSM to the mainstream, the only way I see it effecting this culture is a lot of soccer moms having unexplained injuries in the ER.

I liken it to the people who get gauges in their ears and don't inform themselves of the history, practice or maintence of it.


Also, soccer moms demanding their husband be dominant in the bedroom so they can get off while in reality, still dominating him in everything else which is why the damned bedroom is decorated in a lavender floral motif.
 
2013-01-01 04:44:32 PM  
www.catster.com
No
 
2013-01-01 04:44:42 PM  
I read that idiotic book to see what the fuss was about. What a waste of time and money. I hated every character in it, and hated myself for reading an X rated Harlequin Romance.

/target audience
//Oh my!
 
2013-01-01 04:46:51 PM  
"Holy crap....they're... they're READING! Quick, capitalize on this short fad before they go back to the glowing boxes!"
 
2013-01-01 04:47:55 PM  
But still no class on My Immortal.
 
2013-01-01 04:48:03 PM  
Man, wait until they discover Laurell Hamilton's vampire/furry fetish porn...
 
2013-01-01 04:48:46 PM  
Kinsey? Our Bodies, Ourselves?
 
2013-01-01 04:48:51 PM  

FunkOut: perpetualcrass: This stupid book has exposed a very vanilla idea of BDSM to the mainstream, the only way I see it effecting this culture is a lot of soccer moms having unexplained injuries in the ER.

I liken it to the people who get gauges in their ears and don't inform themselves of the history, practice or maintence of it.

Also, soccer moms demanding their husband be dominant in the bedroom so they can get off while in reality, still dominating him in everything else which is why the damned bedroom is decorated in a lavender floral motif.


Ouch. That sounds a little close to home. You OK, big guy?
 
2013-01-01 04:52:13 PM  

joonyer: FunkOut: perpetualcrass: This stupid book has exposed a very vanilla idea of BDSM to the mainstream, the only way I see it effecting this culture is a lot of soccer moms having unexplained injuries in the ER.

I liken it to the people who get gauges in their ears and don't inform themselves of the history, practice or maintence of it.

Also, soccer moms demanding their husband be dominant in the bedroom so they can get off while in reality, still dominating him in everything else which is why the damned bedroom is decorated in a lavender floral motif.

Ouch. That sounds a little close to home. You OK, big guy?


I'm just an empath who can feel the pain those poor men. A Counselor Troi of the suburbs. I sense much pain and suffering in my subdivision.
 
2013-01-01 04:54:36 PM  
Every generation thinks it invented sex. Or at least discovered something new and salacious about it.
 
2013-01-01 04:54:51 PM  

FunkOut: perpetualcrass: This stupid book has exposed a very vanilla idea of BDSM to the mainstream, the only way I see it effecting this culture is a lot of soccer moms having unexplained injuries in the ER.

I liken it to the people who get gauges in their ears and don't inform themselves of the history, practice or maintence of it.

Also, soccer moms demanding their husband be dominant in the bedroom so they can get off while in reality, still dominating him in everything else which is why the damned bedroom is decorated in a lavender floral motif.


Lavender floral motif? That sounds horrendous. Professor is an idiot. I work in this glass house, so I will throw stones. There is no reason to teach those books. I would not teach them in my literature classes. Rosetti's "Goblin Market" (lesbian sex between sisters) or Marvell's "To His Coy Mistress" (let me fark you or take your cherry to the grave) would be better choices.

I did read them. They were fun. Are they Hemingway or Steinbeck? No. But they were good brain candy for between semesters when I needed to read something of no literary redeeming value.
 
2013-01-01 04:57:23 PM  
One thing the book HAS done is brought out the BDSM fetishists to lord over people how lame the book is. "That's not right at ALL!!!" they exclaim breathlessly.

So, another way for them to get off?
 
2013-01-01 05:00:35 PM  

fluffy2097: SockMonkeyHolocaust: Vampire Lestats

The Vampire Lestat was a hell of a lot better then Edward.

Anne Rice's fetish works are better then 50 shades too.

I also have serious doubts that the book has had any effect on American culture at all.

Can anyone think of cultural changes brought about by 50 shades? I can't.


It's driven up reading and usage stats at public libraries.
While anecdotal, I make that claim because I work nights at a public library and every shift I'm retrieving a copy to fulfill a hold request or checking in a returned copy. I've yet to see a copy on the shelf.
 
2013-01-01 05:01:23 PM  
I don't think it transformed American culture so much as turned it inside out to reveal teh ugly.
 
2013-01-01 05:01:43 PM  

zerkalo: Every generation thinks it invented sex. Or at least discovered something new and salacious about it.


images2.wikia.nocookie.net
 
2013-01-01 05:04:43 PM  

batlock666: But still no class on My Immortal.


There's still hope, then.  The seventh seal has not yet been broken.
 
2013-01-01 05:09:14 PM  
An excerpt from the sexiest damn fanfic EVAH:

"But den Draco looked at me sadly with his evil goffik red eyes dat looked so depressant and sexy. He lookd exactly like a pentragram (lol geddit koz im a satanist) between Kurt Cobain and Gerard. But then I looked at Vampire and he looked so smexy too wif his goffik black hair. I thought of da time when we screwed and the time I did it with Draco and Dumblydore came and the tame where Draco almost commited suicide and Vampire wuz so sportive."
 
2013-01-01 05:12:58 PM  
Penthouse Forum was the "text" that changed it all.

"I never thought this would happen to ME, but..."
 
2013-01-01 05:13:39 PM  

mediablitz: One thing the book HAS done is brought out the BDSM fetishists to lord over people how lame the book is. "That's not right at ALL!!!" they exclaim breathlessly.

So, another way for them to get off?


Yes, because people like that need to be in control of EVERYTHING! ;-)

*cracks whip*
 
2013-01-01 05:15:54 PM  

zerkalo: Every generation thinks it invented sex. Or at least discovered something new and salacious about it.


if every generation invented sex, why do people need these books to get them out of their "funk"?
 
2013-01-01 05:16:53 PM  

perpetualcrass: mediablitz: One thing the book HAS done is brought out the BDSM fetishists to lord over people how lame the book is. "That's not right at ALL!!!" they exclaim breathlessly.

So, another way for them to get off?

Yes, because people like that need to be in control of EVERYTHING! ;-)

*cracks whip*


It'll take more than that to get me to say I'm sorry!
 
2013-01-01 05:22:36 PM  
Just as long as it isn't held in the Champagne Room.
 
2013-01-01 05:25:10 PM  
I'm still hoping for a sequel set in an interior design firm in the South, with four bondage-crazed Southern belles.

Evening Shades of Grey might be a big hit.
 
2013-01-01 05:29:41 PM  

FormlessOne: Man, wait until they discover Laurell Hamilton's vampire/furry fetish porn...


That series started off well as a supernatural series, then somewhere around book 4 or 5 it took a quick turn into complete smut. I like my smut and I like my "horror" but I don't like them mixed for some reason.
 
2013-01-01 05:30:27 PM  
College: $18,000+ a year for your snowflake to get exposure to trendy/trashy novels, movies and music that will be completely forgotten a year after graduation
 
2013-01-01 05:32:53 PM  
I wanna go back to the blue room...

TRAP! TRAP! TRAP!

content6.flixster.com
 
2013-01-01 05:41:59 PM  

ciberido: An excerpt from the sexiest damn fanfic EVAH:

"But den Draco looked at me sadly with his evil goffik red eyes dat looked so depressant and sexy. He lookd exactly like a pentragram (lol geddit koz im a satanist) between Kurt Cobain and Gerard. But then I looked at Vampire and he looked so smexy too wif his goffik black hair. I thought of da time when we screwed and the time I did it with Draco and Dumblydore came and the tame where Draco almost commited suicide and Vampire wuz so sportive."


Are you as drunk as I am or are you gonna give me a link for that ; )

/Oh never mind off to redtube
 
2013-01-01 05:44:19 PM  

Xanlexian: I wanna go back to the blue room...

TRAP! TRAP! TRAP!

[content6.flixster.com image 360x206]


is that...cube?
 
2013-01-01 05:45:22 PM  

Shakespeare's Sister: FunkOut: perpetualcrass: This stupid book has exposed a very vanilla idea of BDSM to the mainstream, the only way I see it effecting this culture is a lot of soccer moms having unexplained injuries in the ER.

I liken it to the people who get gauges in their ears and don't inform themselves of the history, practice or maintence of it.

Also, soccer moms demanding their husband be dominant in the bedroom so they can get off while in reality, still dominating him in everything else which is why the damned bedroom is decorated in a lavender floral motif.

Lavender floral motif? That sounds horrendous. Professor is an idiot. I work in this glass house, so I will throw stones. There is no reason to teach those books. I would not teach them in my literature classes. Rosetti's "Goblin Market" (lesbian sex between sisters) or Marvell's "To His Coy Mistress" (let me fark you or take your cherry to the grave) would be better choices.

I did read them. They were fun. Are they Hemingway or Steinbeck? No. But they were good brain candy for between semesters when I needed to read something of no literary redeeming value.


If you're teaching a class on contemporary American attitudes towards sexuality, then a hugely selling contemporary American book about sex is relevant and maybe even important. Yes, it sucks that Shades of Grey "matters" solely because it's sold so well, but that's a statement about America in and of itself. A poem written 100+ years before America even existed, on the other hand, is not particularly relevant.

/even if Andrew Marvell's pretty great.
 
2013-01-01 05:58:54 PM  

Oldiron_79: The marquis de sadde has the best writings on sadism, just sayin


Sure, if you like butts, boring philosophical rants in the middle of exceedingly awkward and repetitive sex scenes, characters who serve as mouthpieces for the author, and poop. He is one of the few people who could make a lesbian orgy in a convent seem boring as shiat.

His books are interesting from a historical and psychological standpoint, but honestly they're the 18th century equivalent of Scrotie McBoogerballs.
 
2013-01-01 05:59:00 PM  
From what little I've been able to scan through, it seems to be a badly written, watered-down version of L'histoire D'O.
 
2013-01-01 06:01:13 PM  

Dafatone: Shakespeare's Sister: FunkOut: perpetualcrass: This stupid book has exposed a very vanilla idea of BDSM to the mainstream, the only way I see it effecting this culture is a lot of soccer moms having unexplained injuries in the ER.

I liken it to the people who get gauges in their ears and don't inform themselves of the history, practice or maintence of it.

Also, soccer moms demanding their husband be dominant in the bedroom so they can get off while in reality, still dominating him in everything else which is why the damned bedroom is decorated in a lavender floral motif.

Lavender floral motif? That sounds horrendous. Professor is an idiot. I work in this glass house, so I will throw stones. There is no reason to teach those books. I would not teach them in my literature classes. Rosetti's "Goblin Market" (lesbian sex between sisters) or Marvell's "To His Coy Mistress" (let me fark you or take your cherry to the grave) would be better choices.

I did read them. They were fun. Are they Hemingway or Steinbeck? No. But they were good brain candy for between semesters when I needed to read something of no literary redeeming value.

If you're teaching a class on contemporary American attitudes towards sexuality, then a hugely selling contemporary American book about sex is relevant and maybe even important. Yes, it sucks that Shades of Grey "matters" solely because it's sold so well, but that's a statement about America in and of itself. A poem written 100+ years before America even existed, on the other hand, is not particularly relevant.

/even if Andrew Marvell's pretty great.


The message in Marvell's poem really created some debate. My students liked it and found it relevant. They also like Goblin Market. We also look at song lyrics as poetry--that works very well. Grey is popular, I agree, but not of high quality. I would use excerpts from it in a class, but not base a class on it.

I can't see my students getting into a debate over Frost, so . . .
 
2013-01-01 06:09:02 PM  
ciberido: An excerpt from the sexiest damn fanfic EVAH:

GODDAMN YOU!!

images.thevine.com.au

/argh where is my powerloader??
 
2013-01-01 06:11:39 PM  

Kittypie070: ciberido: An excerpt from the sexiest damn fanfic EVAH:

GODDAMN YOU!!

[images.thevine.com.au image 591x376]

/argh where is my powerloader??


You'd better eat something after all that, it's not good to fark on an empty stomach ; )
 
2013-01-01 06:15:29 PM  

Fark Rye For Many Whores: Xanlexian: I wanna go back to the blue room...

TRAP! TRAP! TRAP!

[content6.flixster.com image 360x206]

is that...cube?


Yeah.
 
2013-01-01 06:18:26 PM  
As a university professor, I'm offended... not by 50 Shades itself, which I haven't read (but I have read this, which is hilarious and has convinced me that 50 Shades is just as bad as I thought), but by stupid classes like this. I'm shamed that kids will get 3 credits for this. Just makes me facepalm.
 
2013-01-01 06:20:22 PM  
I would think the Harry Potter books had more affect on society especially sexuality. Just look at college campuses these days and you have a bunch of young men and women running around a field with broomsticks between their legs. I guess it's good to have the biggest broom stick, right?
 
2013-01-01 06:33:37 PM  
I laugh when I see middle-aged women reading that crap on the subway. Kudos to the poster who said you can find better on AO3 any day of the week.
 
2013-01-01 06:34:29 PM  

tinfoil-hat maggie: Kittypie070: ciberido: An excerpt from the sexiest damn fanfic EVAH:

GODDAMN YOU!!

[images.thevine.com.au image 591x376]

/argh where is my powerloader??

You'd better eat something after all that, it's not good to fark on an empty stomach ; )


augh yooooowwwwwlll glurk glurk yoooowwwwllll whimper glurk gluurrkk YOOOWWLLLLL sob GLURK! BWWHHAARGGH glarp
 
2013-01-01 06:39:32 PM  

boinkingbill: I would think the Harry Potter books had more affect on society especially sexuality. Just look at college campuses these days and you have a bunch of young men and women running around a field with broomsticks between their legs. I guess it's good to have the biggest broom stick, right?


Harry Potter got a lot of kids hooked on reading. These days, that's a lot.
 
2013-01-01 06:42:46 PM  

cookiefleck: zerkalo: Every generation thinks it invented sex. Or at least discovered something new and salacious about it.

if every generation invented sex, why do people need these books to get them out of their "funk"?


And yet -- you know so much about this trash for virgins that you know the difference in how a name is spelled. Something tells me you're clueless and that you're a total tard in bed.
 
2013-01-01 06:42:56 PM  
Further proof we have no standards anymore.
 
2013-01-01 06:43:23 PM  

Kittypie070: tinfoil-hat maggie: Kittypie070: ciberido: An excerpt from the sexiest damn fanfic EVAH:

GODDAMN YOU!!

[images.thevine.com.au image 591x376]

/argh where is my powerloader??

You'd better eat something after all that, it's not good to fark on an empty stomach ; )

augh yooooowwwwwlll glurk glurk yoooowwwwllll whimper glurk gluurrkk YOOOWWLLLLL sob GLURK! BWWHHAARGGH glarp


Rubs Kittypies ears and back to help her cough up that hairball ; )
 
2013-01-01 06:53:55 PM  

Ross E. Krushan: cookiefleck: zerkalo: Every generation thinks it invented sex. Or at least discovered something new and salacious about it.

if every generation invented sex, why do people need these books to get them out of their "funk"?

And yet -- you know so much about this trash for virgins that you know the difference in how a name is spelled. Something tells me you're clueless and that you're a total tard in bed.


lololol no, sweetheart. i got paid to review this book. try harder, troll and make sure your whale of a housfrau gets her copy laminated.
 
2013-01-01 06:54:12 PM  
Well the one good thing about the book is that people keep on throwing out better examples of porn (oh, sorry, erotica) to read in these threads so I can go load them up on my e-reader. Soooooooo anyone want to compile a list?
 
2013-01-01 06:57:05 PM  

cookiefleck: Ross E. Krushan: cookiefleck: zerkalo: Every generation thinks it invented sex. Or at least discovered something new and salacious about it.

if every generation invented sex, why do people need these books to get them out of their "funk"?

And yet -- you know so much about this trash for virgins that you know the difference in how a name is spelled. Something tells me you're clueless and that you're a total tard in bed.

lololol no, sweetheart. i got paid to review this book. try harder, troll and make sure your whale of a housfrau gets her copy laminated.


Yeah, you got "paid" to "review" it, and I'm as rich and as hot as Brad Pitt. Bullshiat. You are as dumb as whaleshiat and do not have the intellectual capacity to review the alphabet for a 5-year-old. Admit the fact that you tried to read it for the cheap thrills.
 
2013-01-01 06:57:20 PM  
*raw anger*

DIE
 
2013-01-01 07:00:14 PM  

Ross E. Krushan: cookiefleck: Ross E. Krushan: cookiefleck: zerkalo: Every generation thinks it invented sex. Or at least discovered something new and salacious about it.

if every generation invented sex, why do people need these books to get them out of their "funk"?

And yet -- you know so much about this trash for virgins that you know the difference in how a name is spelled. Something tells me you're clueless and that you're a total tard in bed.

lololol no, sweetheart. i got paid to review this book. try harder, troll and make sure your whale of a housfrau gets her copy laminated.

Yeah, you got "paid" to "review" it, and I'm as rich and as hot as Brad Pitt. Bullshiat. You are as dumb as whaleshiat and do not have the intellectual capacity to review the alphabet for a 5-year-old. Admit the fact that you tried to read it for the cheap thrills.


Yo, Ross! Stop using the sandpaper when you jerk off! There are many reviewers (food, literature, art, etc.). She said up thread that the copy editor didn't do his/her job (IMO, probably a "her," and got too much into the prose...)..
 
2013-01-01 07:00:19 PM  
sunbyrne : As a university professor, I'm offended... not by 50 Shades itself, which I haven't read (but I have read this, which is hilarious and has convinced me that 50 Shades is just as bad as I thought), but by stupid classes like this. I'm shamed that kids will get 3 credits for this. Just makes me facepalm.

How many students do you think will take it to bump that 1.9 GPA to a 2.0 to keep their financial aid?

That said I am SHOCKED that no one has mentioned Zalman King's Red Shoe Diaries yet. Or hell... even Silk Stalkings on TV from (goddamn has it been that long?) the early 90s.
 
2013-01-01 07:09:32 PM  
Meh. As long as more women realize that being abused and humiliated is what turns them on, the better.

/Probably really bad in the long run.
 
2013-01-01 07:12:23 PM  

kombat_unit: Meh. As long as more women realize that being abused and humiliated is what turns them on, the better.

/Probably really bad in the long run.


prolly really bad for men, too.
 
2013-01-01 07:14:31 PM  

unfarkingbelievable: Ross E. Krushan: cookiefleck: Ross E. Krushan: cookiefleck: zerkalo: Every generation thinks it invented sex. Or at least discovered something new and salacious about it.

if every generation invented sex, why do people need these books to get them out of their "funk"?

And yet -- you know so much about this trash for virgins that you know the difference in how a name is spelled. Something tells me you're clueless and that you're a total tard in bed.

lololol no, sweetheart. i got paid to review this book. try harder, troll and make sure your whale of a housfrau gets her copy laminated.

Yeah, you got "paid" to "review" it, and I'm as rich and as hot as Brad Pitt. Bullshiat. You are as dumb as whaleshiat and do not have the intellectual capacity to review the alphabet for a 5-year-old. Admit the fact that you tried to read it for the cheap thrills.

Yo, Ross! Stop using the sandpaper when you jerk off! There are many reviewers (food, literature, art, etc.). She said up thread that the copy editor didn't do his/her job (IMO, probably a "her," and got too much into the prose...)..


Poor troll is poor, regardless of the login name.
 
2013-01-01 07:15:48 PM  
I never read this stuff. I really like other genres (mysteries, historical dramas, legal thrillers, psychological thrillers). Yup, I'm boring! :)
 
2013-01-01 07:20:13 PM  
[horks up a twisted clot of completely unidentifiable fibrous gunk]

Whoa.

*falls over*
 
2013-01-01 07:25:43 PM  

Kittypie070: [horks up a twisted clot of completely unidentifiable fibrous gunk]

Whoa.

*falls over*


Wow, you wrote the sequel ; )
 
2013-01-01 07:45:44 PM  
No other contemporary text on sexuality has transformed American culture the way that this series has

2.bp.blogspot.com

Oh really?
 
2013-01-01 07:53:26 PM  
"No other contemporary text on sexuality has transformed American culture the way that this series has,"


Alfred Kinsey, William Masters and Virginia Johnson would like a word.

/Your poorly written mom porn wouldn't have been possible if they hadn't started the conversation about sex in the first place.
 
2013-01-01 07:58:25 PM  

Ravengirl: Well the one good thing about the book is that people keep on throwing out better examples of porn (oh, sorry, erotica) to read in these threads so I can go load them up on my e-reader. Soooooooo anyone want to compile a list?


Anything by Jacqueline Carey - start with Kushiel's Dart and work from there. Plus, from further up the thread, we already have:

The Story of O
Tropic of Cancer
Wild Orchid
91/2 Weeks
Body Heat
Cat People
The Hot Spot
Lady Chatterley's Lover
/not able to contribute very much - not really my genre.
//plus, if you feel the need for fanfic erotica, go to Archive of Our Own which is FF.net with all the crud removed.
 
2013-01-01 08:41:36 PM  

zerkalo: Every generation thinks it invented sex. Or at least discovered something new and salacious about it.


Historians attribute Kamasutra to be composed between 400 BCE and 200 CE.
 
2013-01-01 08:43:44 PM  
media.npr.org

I see. Go on?
 
2013-01-01 08:48:08 PM  
Sounds like a certain professor sees this as a way to get laid.
Idiotic.
 
2013-01-01 10:07:09 PM  

Anderson's Pooper: FormlessOne: Man, wait until they discover Laurell Hamilton's vampire/furry fetish porn...

That series started off well as a supernatural series, then somewhere around book 4 or 5 it took a quick turn into complete smut. I like my smut and I like my "horror" but I don't like them mixed for some reason.


Tell me about it. I collect books, and I love a good series. It started well, and then just friggin' nose-dived. What's worse is that, of course, I collect books, so I've the entire damned series as first-ed hardcovers. I cringe every time I look at that shelf. Her other work isn't any better, and she's pretty much given up the pretense. "Swallowing Darkness"? Really?
 
2013-01-01 10:58:56 PM  
drudgereport.com
 
2013-01-02 01:51:50 AM  

tinfoil-hat maggie: Kittypie070: [horks up a twisted clot of completely unidentifiable fibrous gunk]

Whoa.

*falls over*


Wow, you wrote the sequel ; )


hhhrrrnnnnnnngkf

/really, it's that atrocious?
 
2013-01-02 04:03:49 PM  

Anderson's Pooper: FormlessOne: Man, wait until they discover Laurell Hamilton's vampire/furry fetish porn...

That series started off well as a supernatural series, then somewhere around book 4 or 5 it took a quick turn into complete smut. I like my smut and I like my "horror" but I don't like them mixed for some reason.


Something that the "Anita Blake" and "Dune" series have in common is that everyone I've met (who's read some of the books) agrees that the first books were quite good and then the series went downhill.  WAY downhill.  And then started digging.
 
2013-01-02 04:14:42 PM  

tinfoil-hat maggie: Kittypie070: tinfoil-hat maggie: Kittypie070: ciberido: An excerpt from the sexiest damn fanfic EVAH:

GODDAMN YOU!!

[images.thevine.com.au image 591x376]

/argh where is my powerloader??

You'd better eat something after all that, it's not good to fark on an empty stomach ; )

augh yooooowwwwwlll glurk glurk yoooowwwwllll whimper glurk gluurrkk YOOOWWLLLLL sob GLURK! BWWHHAARGGH glarp

Rubs Kittypies ears and back to help her cough up that hairball ; )


I refuse to link directly to it.  But I will let your read ABOUT "My Immortal" on KnowYourMeme.com and TVTropes.com if you dare.

I'd say that it's the F.A.T.A.L. of fanfiction, but it's not really.  As bad as "My Immortal" is, it's not actually evil and hateful.  And no, if you don't already know what "F.A.T.A.L." is, you really, really don't want to.
 
2013-01-02 04:48:26 PM  

ciberido: Anderson's Pooper: FormlessOne: Man, wait until they discover Laurell Hamilton's vampire/furry fetish porn...

That series started off well as a supernatural series, then somewhere around book 4 or 5 it took a quick turn into complete smut. I like my smut and I like my "horror" but I don't like them mixed for some reason.

Something that the "Anita Blake" and "Dune" series have in common is that everyone I've met (who's read some of the books) agrees that the first books were quite good and then the series went downhill.  WAY downhill.  And then started digging.


I've noticed that happens to most series when allowed to go on too long. Keep it short and sweet, stop when people still care about the characters, and start a new series, IMO.
 
2013-01-02 04:52:59 PM  

namegoeshere: ciberido: Anderson's Pooper: FormlessOne: Man, wait until they discover Laurell Hamilton's vampire/furry fetish porn...

That series started off well as a supernatural series, then somewhere around book 4 or 5 it took a quick turn into complete smut. I like my smut and I like my "horror" but I don't like them mixed for some reason.

Something that the "Anita Blake" and "Dune" series have in common is that everyone I've met (who's read some of the books) agrees that the first books were quite good and then the series went downhill.  WAY downhill.  And then started digging.

I've noticed that happens to most series when allowed to go on too long. Keep it short and sweet, stop when people still care about the characters, and start a new series, IMO.


I have to give Rowling a certain amount of respect for finishing the Harry Potter series as she originally planned and not drawing it out for "just one more" book.  I'm sure there was enormous pressure for her to do so.
 
2013-01-03 12:11:05 AM  

ciberido: tinfoil-hat maggie: Kittypie070: tinfoil-hat maggie: Kittypie070: ciberido: An excerpt from the sexiest damn fanfic EVAH:

GODDAMN YOU!!

[images.thevine.com.au image 591x376]

/argh where is my powerloader??


You'd better eat something after all that, it's not good to fark on an empty stomach ; )

augh yooooowwwwwlll glurk glurk yoooowwwwllll whimper glurk gluurrkk YOOOWWLLLLL sob GLURK! BWWHHAARGGH glarp

Rubs Kittypies ears and back to help her cough up that hairball ; )

I refuse to link directly to it.  But I will let your read ABOUT "My Immortal" on KnowYourMeme.com and TVTropes.com if you dare.

I'd say that it's the F.A.T.A.L. of fanfiction, but it's not really.  As bad as "My Immortal" is, it's not actually evil and hateful.  And no, if you don't already know what "F.A.T.A.L." is, you really, really don't want to.


AAAAGGGHHHHH

AAAAAAGGGHHHHH

AAAAAAAGGGHHHHHH

AAAAAAAAGGGHHHHHHH

AAAAAAGGGGGHHHHHHHHH


/yes I was brave enough to peek
//dear gods, hey asteroid come hit us [whistle] heeeeere asteroid asteroid asteroid
///HIT US FOR GODS' SAKE HIT US HIT US AAGGHH AAGGHH AAGGHH AAGGHH AAGGHH AAGGHH AAGGHH
 
2013-01-03 02:39:09 AM  

ciberido: I'd say that it's the F.A.T.A.L. of fanfiction, but it's not really.  As bad as "My Immortal" is, it's not actually evil and hateful.  And no, if you don't already know what "F.A.T.A.L." is, you really, really don't want to.


I wonder what Anastasia Steele rolled for her Anal Circumference.

/not kidding, that's an actual stat you have to roll for in F.A.T.A.L.
 
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