E.L. James Quotes (Author of Fifty Shades of Grey) (page 3 of 39)
Christian Grey: Why Women Everywhere Want This Man
Only me. You are mine. But why would women be attracted to this tormented and somewhat abusive billionaire? Is it his money and good looks? Not entirely. After watching the movie twice, each with a different woman who chimed in on the irresistible attributes of Mr. Grey, I came up with a list of 11 reasons why women are obsessed with Christian Grey.
Two years ago I wrote a post about Fifty Shades of Grey. The movie was coming out and I was disturbed and disheartened by the number of female Facebook friends who were excited to see it, either on their own or hoping a significant other would take them. Or, at best, ignorant. Then the ignorance breaks my heart. I get fed up with a society that preaches exploitation of self as empowerment.
Even most readers and viewers see him as an impossible fantasy. Yet readers — not to mention Ana herself — also seem to love him. These books are major best sellers, and I don't think people are reading for the gorgeous prose and deeply-rooted symbolism. So how would it work if his mannerisms and joyless demeanor were leveraged in the real world? Which means that, unlike Mr. Still, I did my best to incorporate his actual behaviors into my daily life, specifically into my relationship with my wife. My hypothesis: no way this BS was going to fly with her.
Expensive gifts, dominant sex and pressure to compete, one writer reveals what it's really like to date a real life Christian Grey. I never imagined.
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Expensive gifts, dominant sex and pressure to compete, one writer reveals what it's really like to date a real life Christian Grey. Then, suddenly, he strode in, two hours late and completely unapologetic.
The Good Men Project. Ever heard of Fifty Shades of Grey? Yes, the books were written as Twilight fan fiction. BUT … to not try and learn something from a book series that so clearly hit a nerve on such a massive scale would be silly. Christian also happens to like kinky sex.
A Seattle man named Brayden Olson claims many women have reached out to him because they think he is the real-life Christian Grey, the fictional male character in " Fifty Shades of Grey. Olson is not a billionaire like Grey , and we don't know if this really happens. Still, we enjoyed his story, so here it is, along with a bunch of pictures Olson sent us. Photo courtesy of Brayden Olson Olson says he is a year-old Seattle-based entrepreneur behind a holding company called Wilhelm Enterprises. The company, which is derived from Olson's middle name, is involved in education gaming technology and real estate. During a Skype call from London, Olson told Business Insider that a few years ago a woman he dated pointed out over lunch that he was similar to Grey.