What does the fastest selling novel, ' fifty shades of grey', reveals about our society?
That we do anything that the New York Times tells us to do.
It shows that we all follow each other, I personally have not read the book. But everyone I know has and those that haven't want too.
As soon as one person does something, everyone else had too
The ad right below this question says "Fifty Shades of Grey, Find out what all the hype is about" Which I think proves my point exactly
I think its just a chance to make more taboo things acceptable and people will do it if someone else does. I guess readable girl porn is the new fad, I'm hoping it doesn't escalate as it would be weird sitting on a bus with people reading porn around me.
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