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To me, this re like a pamphlet about abusive relationships. A young woman about to graduate from college, Ana is targeted by the rich and intimidating Christian Grey seeking her to become his sexual submissive. Once she gets to know him better, however, he tries to assert his control over her outside of their sexual relationship. BDSM is a sexual relationship that incorporates bondage and discipline; domination and submission; and sadism and masochism.

While there are components to the typical BDSM relationship that some might argue is the submissive asking for abuse, there are preventative measures, such as safe words, that are supposed to be in place to prevent non-consensual violence. In a typical BDSM relationship, the dominant will take care of the submissive after the fact by showing them affection, to try and combat any psychological damage that might take place.

Christian outwardly refused to show Ana any affection after their encounters, leaving her feeling humiliated in many circumstances.

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Outside their sexual relationship, many fans of the book argue that Christian truly loves Ana, and the way he is during sex with her is just his fantasy. They believe that this makes up for the way he treats her. According to the Red Flag Campaign, a national movement that seeks to educate about and prevent abusive relationships and domestic violence, there are several red flags that show s of an abusive and violent relationship. One of the big ones is that the abuser will try and control their partner, telling them where they can go and who they can see.

This happens in Fifty Shades more than once. Christian gives a contract to Ana that he continuously tries to manipulate her into ing. One red flag is that the contract makes it so she cannot leave the relationship unless he gives her permission. When Ana refuses toChristian gets upset with her and tries to manipulate her into feeling bad about letting him down. It not only glamorizes violence against women, but says that this type of violence and dehumanization is okay and should be embraced. Instead of supporting this message, I urge everyone to not spend their money on seeing this film. A BDSM relationship that is consentual is not abusive.

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Nor is this movies representation of a BDSM very accurate. The movie is fantasy. There are people who enjoy this type of play and generally they are very aware of red flags of abusive personalities. That behavior is not tolerated within the kink community.

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