by Wesley Strackbein as quoted by Ladies Against Feminism originally posted at Unbroken Faith – Utter Heartbreak: A Response to ‘Fifty Shades Darker’
Editor’s note: Two years ago when the first film “Fifty Shades of Grey” was released it unleashed reams of wailing and breast-beating in the Christian world with dire warnings of wholesale rape and sexual perversions. We’re near the release of the second in the trilogy and they’ve taking the warnings up a few notches now, equating it with the Marquis de Sade and back alley smut.
Here’s the thing about not liking some film or book or aspect of culture – if you don’t like it just don’t watch, don’t read, don’t participate.
The release of another Fifty Shades film is definitely such a time. The tidal wave of vile filth that has wreaked havoc on our culture over the last six years through author E.L. James’s bestselling books of sexual perversion is now about to foment new unspeakable horrors as the second salvo in this tale of sadistic abuse — Fifty Shades Darker — hits theaters this Valentine’s Day weekend.
It is regrettably no exaggeration to state that the Fifty Shades books and films have exploded into the public consciousness like few other cultural trends of the past decade. And now that the second installment of this fantasy novel word-porn has been adapted into a full-throttle visual assault for voyeuristic movie-goers, it behooves us to carefully consider what’s at stake once again.
The bad news is — as bad as the first book and film were — this second act of the trilogy is more insidious than the last.
This startling trend is not without devastating consequences. Millions of desperate women across the world have been swallowing this poison up like candy, imbibing warped fantasies of intimacy and fulfillment. In believing this lie, they’re degrading their own self-worth and welcoming senseless pain and suffering. And with this heinous erotica now coming to a theater-near-you, I can only imagine the horrible effect it will have on large numbers of men, as it fuels their lustful appetites to become abusive and predatory monsters.
The Marquis de Sade — history’s most famous sexual pervert — would be proud.
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