Day 1: "This book is fifty shades of fucked up is what it is."
Day 2: They have now fucked and called it making love. I feel extremely uncomfortable.
part I: Main character reveals that in spite of having attended university for four years, she does not have regular access to the internet or a computer of her own.
I frantically flip through previous reading to determine what year this is set in. Thought it was 2010s.
part II: I have read "The Contract." I have also vomited in my mouth at least 4x.
part III: page 151—concept of a "safeword" is finally introduced. It is not confirmed before the shortly following sex scene occurs.Day 4: p. 169—Ana is finally appalled by something, anything, that Christian Grey has done.
part I: "I will watch the movie on the sole condition that it is done Lizzie McGuire style with little cartoon characters voicing Ana's 'inner goddess' and subconscious."
part II: The rape-y, non-consensual aspect of this book is starting to really show itself. Ana has stated several times that she is not comfortable with certain things (I won't specify what because I promised to try to keep these posts PG-13), and Grey has insisted on doing them anyway, insisting that she will like it. I suspect this will only get worse over time.Advice to both men and women: Insisting your partner participate in a sexual act because you "just know he/she will like it," is not acceptable. If you really want to try something with your partner that they are not comfortable with, DISCUSS IT. TALK ABOUT WHAT THEY ARE COMFORTABLE TRYING. Perhaps they will be willing to try it later on, but if and when they are, let THEM tell YOU they are ready.
Day 6: I have created a Fifty Shades of Grey drinking game. You are welcome.