Cliches In BDSM Fiction

There’s a reason you haven’t seen anything here at Bondage Blog about fifty shades of anything that’s been on the cover of Newsweek lately. But I couldn’t be arsed to articulate that reason. Fortunately, pretty decent BDSM author Laura Antiniou nails it on her facebook page with 50 Shades Of Sellout:

“Then you’re really going to be Mine!” he thundered. “Because I Alone can teach you the gift of submission, give rise to your slave heart, grant to you the loving dominance of My Masterful Aggression, all tempered, of course, with rationality and with all due care and attention given to risk-aware negotiation! I will teach you to serve Me with your submissive soul, your passive power, your girly gushiness, train you to come at the snap of My Fingers and find true freedom in your complete subjugation to My Will. Yes…you will even learn…Bad Grammar.”

“Triple crap!” Tiffany declaimed. “All that? But…how is that possible? It all sounds crazy! And yet…when I look into your charcoal eyes under that irrepressible lock of ebony hair, as I run my searching, trembling fingers across the steel buttons on your sable silk shirt, all I can think of is…Jesus Christ, I am so horny I can die.

World. Does. Not. Need. More.

Discovered via Violet Blue.

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5 comments on “Cliches In BDSM Fiction”:

Pat Powers commented on April 18th, 2012 at 10:18 am:

50 Shades of Gray is or COULD be a blessing for all who do bondage porn, erotica, etc., even BLOGS, but everybody’s gotta prove how much better they are than Ms. James. This thing you see coming at you is a gravy train, but some people would rather lay down on the tracks in front of it than get on it.

Den commented on April 18th, 2012 at 7:45 pm:

Nice story, lousy BDSM, the tiny fraction of the book that was BDSM

Lea commented on April 21st, 2012 at 7:39 pm:

God, this makes me really nervous to read this. I’ve got it on my Kindle, but I’ve hesitated in actually reading it.

Pat Powers commented on April 21st, 2012 at 10:13 pm:

I liked it.

hedgehog commented on August 27th, 2012 at 3:16 am:

I thought this was sooo funny! I haven’t read – and don’t intend to read – Ms James’ book and I have heard little good about it. Perhaps, however, the old adage, ‘You shouldn’t judge a book by its cover’ should be expanded to include ‘or its book reviews.’, but I am reminded of what Trueman Capote is said to have said about Jack Kerouac’s ‘Desolation Angels’, ‘That’s not writing – that’s typing.’.

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