Fifty Shades Of Grey - The Best Pages

Having some experience as a BDSM dominant I felt that I should read "Fifty Shades of Grey".

The start for me was very uninspiring and the visit to the offices of the dominant about as exciting as a trip to the local supermarket and so I have only been able to skim through the book.

However I found that Chapter Eleven setting out the contract between Christian and Anastasia was extremely well researched.

It is soundly based on the principles of SSC  (Safe, Sane and Consensual) that are followed by experienced BDSM participants  ( in many cases completed stage by stage as the relationship develops.)

I was particularly pleased to read clauses 18,19 and 20 about the use of "safewords".  Safewords clearly give the submissive power to end or redirect a session or an activity that is turning out to be unacceptable. No Master or Mistress likes to be so inattentive uncaring or unresponsive so as to cause the submissive to have to use their safeword. 

Wonder if other tops or bottoms agree?

Did those without any knowledge of BDSM find this Chapter and detail too lengthy or did it turn their imagination on and excite them to the possibility of real life involvement?

Maybe it is really just soft **** for our female readers or have any fellas found this book a turn on?

Any thoughts as to the reasons for so many copies of this book have been abandoned at Travel Lodges  throughout the UK?
Jerryattic Jerryattic
51-55, M
Jan 15, 2013