What can you say about Fifty Shades of grey hasn’t that been said yet?
The full revelation: I got into this movie fully hoping it would make shit.
I had already heard horrible things from my friends Fifty Shades of greybut I checked it anyway just to see what the hype was all about.
Surprisingly, me managed to sit for two hours.
The verdict? I didn’t odi the film, no matter how elegant it was, I didn’t think it was a cinematic masterpiece.
The performances felt awkward and balanced, especially with Jamie Dornan, who looked a bit wooden. I honestly watched (and read) best erotic with more chemistry among his characters.
(Ladies, leave the torches and forks: a boy is entitled to his opinion, right?)
But I guess most of the appeal of the film lies in the way it specifically approaches the minds of most women. And I’m very aware that I’m not exactly part of the target market.
Anyway, at least I didn’t go down without explaining myself first important points in terms of relationships:
# 1: It’s okay to be female
One of the main themes that the film explored was the thrill of the whole thing surrendering yourself to another person. It is one of the most powerful Fantasies in Fifty Shades of Gray: The Idea of Being swept your feet by the man of your life and letting him take the reins.
In an age where women are more empowered than ever, getting carried away by emotions and romance can be seen as a bad thing.
But it doesn’t have to be: let go of the arms of a trusted person it doesn’t get rid of anything as a woman.
In the context of a loving and trusting relationship, allowing yourself to be gentle and feminine is actually one bo what.
Be able to lean on the masculine strength of your partner it doesn’t make you weak.
It’s just that you trust him enough to be vulnerable around him – he’ll love you for it.
Num. 2: It’s okay to like perverted things
The film raised an important question: was she Anastasia’s character empowerment for women, or did he do them a disservice?
It could be argued that Ana was capable explore different sexual pathways and find out what worked for her.
On the other hand, some thought the film simply glorified the abuse and highlighted Ana’s “lack of self-esteem.” Let’s face it, even today, women are yet feeling embarrassed to indulge in fetishes that don’t sit well with other people.
In that sense, it could be said that Fifty Shades of Gray was really progressive because it is telling women that they can pursue their fantasies without being judged.
Personally, I had no problem with that. Agree to be stuck as a schoolgirl or tied up it doesn’t it really has something to do with who you are outside of your sex life.
On the other hand, writing a contract can be a good idea if you have very particular or unconventional tastes in bed. Which brings me to my next point …
# 3: Regardless of what your boat leaves, TRUST is a must
Whether you like to be chained or whipped, or you prefer to let your husband take care of you in bed, you should ALWAYS have “house rules” with your partner.
No matter how tedious or extreme you want your sex life to be, the LIMITS You need to be clear about both.
Fantasies are meant to be discussed. Otherwise, you will end up with a lot of frustration and disappointment for expectations that don’t match.
Num. 4: If the terms aren’t fair to you, stay away
And that doesn’t apply to the bed, but also to the relationship in general. Remember that Ana crossed out the articles in her contract it didn’t work for her.
In a healthy relationship, it is always important for a partner to be halfway there.
If your needs are not being met, or you are not valued and respected enough, it’s time to do it. speak loudly.
Maybe Christian Gray isn’t real, but it’s easy enough to get a guy as attractive as him, minus the emotional baggage. You just have to learn the skills to attract any guy you want, and I can teach you that.
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Yours, in Perfect Passion,
– Carlos Cavallo
UPDATED ON 9/30/2021
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