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Fifty Shades of Grey's Success Has Nothing to Do with Repressed Feminist Fantasies [Fifty Shades Of Grey]

Over the past few months, Fifty Shades Of Grey has gone from Twilight fanfiction favorite to "mommy porn" oddity to New York Times bestseller to upcoming movie to, finally, a ridiculous (and clearly rage-baiting) Newsweek cover story called The Fantasy Life of Working Women by — naturally — Katie Roiphe. More »
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