What Makes "50 Shades" Popular

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Attention '50 Shades' Copycats: Rip Off the Orgasms, Not the Whips and Chains

This week's Diary of a Submissive tries to cash in on the year's big publishing craze. But it misunderstands what made the original so popular.

The key paragraph for us:

Now, sure: Anastasia is so into Christian that she gives some mildly kinky stuff a try, and finds she even enjoys some of it. All the same, she also agrees with him when he remarks that she doesn't have a submissive bone in her body. This novel isn't a fantasy of submission. It's a fantasy about finding a rich, handsome guy who's obsessively in love with you—and knows how to make you come.

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