fifty shades of grey

Are you ready to discover your Christian Grey?

“I am going to put these inside you…for your pleasure and mine” But first “open your mouth…they need lubrication.”  This is how Christian Grey introduces Anastasia to Ben-wa balls in E.L. James’ first book in the Fifty Shades of Grey Trilogy. Once Christian has inserted them in her vagina, Anastasia’s first reaction is, “I can’t really feel them – but…I know they’re there.” Then as she moves around she comments, “The balls pull downward and involuntarily I clench around them… They make me needy, needy for sex.”

This passage captured the imagination of thousands of women all over the world who realized both the practical and fantasy value of adding sex toys to a night of carnal pleasure. But there are some who also do not agree with the concept of objectifying women and Dornan defends the BDSM community in his interview with GQ Magazine “If people are into that, they’re into that. By the way, if people make such a hoo-hah about the violence against women aspect of it, it’s far more common for men to be the submissive. And it’s consensual! There’s weirder shit than that.”

Fifty Shades of Grey released in South Africa February 13th and has left  most of its audience hot and bothered. So, to the present and future bondage practitioners, go watch this movie or better yet secure your copies of the books for the hardcore literary experience.

Talk about cock blocks: If you are in India, you will just have to hang ten for a bit, the censor certificate is yet to be issued and if you are in Malaysia, forget it, it’s earned banned status.

Some couples would be dismissing the sexual antics of Grey as just made for the big screen but the question that needs to be asked and answered by most couples is: Can we try that?

Fifty Shades of Grey the book can also be equated to the sexual energy you might encounter in the Karen Moning novels with non religious erotic lashings of sadomasochistic and bondage antics that lacks in Moning’s sexually explosive novels. However, Fifty Shades of Grey the movie and book unzip a love-at-first-sight encounter between the doe-eyed and virginal Anastasia Steele (portrayed in the movie by Dakota Johnson) and the impossibly handsome millionaire Christian Grey (Irishman Jamie Dornan), but with a twist. He is a BDSM practitioner who has a custom “Red Room” where his conquest, Steele experiences his whips and nipple clamps. Will Anastasia allow Christian to capture not just her heart, but also her body?

If you’ve read the books you will know what happens in that very room of the several sexual encounters, as graphically & breathtakingly experienced in the books be prepared as it heightens your sex education, on-screen. Fifty Shades of Grey reportedly contains 20 minutes of sex scenes over its 100-minute duration. Fifty Shades of Grey has earned the title of and not prematurely as one of the raunchiest films to hits our big screens in more than a decade. You may want to also have a look at this link for your own Fifty Shades of Grey experience with the Official toy collection endorsed by E.L James.

So Valentine’s will never be the same again for many couples and especially men who will now be driven to question their sexual boundaries exploring their own Christian Grey persona if there are any as sexually explosive out there.

Typically, majority couples would rather stick to the missionary position or am I wrong? You don’t have to prove anything to me, rather throw a red scarf over the lampshade and substitute the nipple clamps for your laundry pegs however if the missionary position still gratifies you then that’s your answer. As for me be warned you’ll need a safe word to make me stop.

This article first appeared on Rand Daily Mail. Click here to view my original article

About Naufal Khan

Naufal Khan was the Publisher at ADISHAKTI MEDIA and the editor-in-chief of the South African Indian news service Indian Spice. Khan was former Sunday Times journalist and also an occult fiction and non-fiction writer with several published titles.