Translation: Robert Pattinson Googled himself and then sat down to read a BDSM porn fic. Little did he know how close he was to greatness! Watch the video inside. More
Topic: EL James
“Lizzy learns that a riding crop isn’t just used for going for a canter on her pony.” William Codpiece Thwackery has written a pretty hilarious blend of Fifty Shades of Grey and Pride and Prejudice. More
E.L. James has decided that the Force is strong with this one. More
Yay for sixteen-year-old Emily Baker, whose One Direction fanfic about falling in love with two members of the band is being published as an ebook! But boo to everyone else involved in this story. More
Those “Inner Goddess – Silver Pleasure Balls” would look beautiful hanging from your Christmas tree, wouldn’t they? More
Bret Easton Ellis claims that James Deen is a frontrunner to play Christian Grey, but many Fifty Shades of Grey fans are violently opposed and are tweeting negative responses to the porn star… who hasn’t even said if he’s interested or not! Would you want a porn star to play Christian? More
We were sure that this Fifty Shades of American Women magazine was a hoax, but it turns out we were wrong! Topix Media Lab has put out an intelligent, well-researched magazine that interrogates the world of E.L. James’ books and provides some tongue-in-cheek tips for playing Ana and Christian with your significant other. Click through for previews of the articles, and find out how to get your own copy! More
Less than a week after we wrote about Casea Major‘s BDSM novel Devil’s Brand (which started its life as a Fifty Shades of Grey fanfic), she’s deleted all the excerpts from her blog and removed all promotion of it from other sites. Oops. More
It’s like Inception with bad erotica: E.L. James wrote a Twilight fanfic called Master of the Universe that became the erotic bestseller Fifty Shades of Grey, and now an author named Casea Major is publishing her Fifty Shades fanfic The Darkest Shade as a paranormal erotic novel called Devil’s Brand. Confused yet? Outraged? You should be. More
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Check out this scene from the Secret Life of the American Teenager pilot, which proves that Shailene Woodley‘s character Amy Juergens is as hopelessly dumb as Anastasia Steele about how sex works. More
Bad writing is not why I find Fifty Shades of Grey to be repulsive. I hate—hate—this book because it conflates BDSM with abuse. Because it features an emotionally abusive man preying upon an insecure young woman and calls it a relationship. Christian Grey is an abuser. He is emotionally unavailable, emotionally abusive, and sexually exploitative. His complete disregard for his partner’s comfort, experience, and emotional well being are contemptible: he gets his pleasure at the expense of his partner. More
Okay. Now panic. Emma Watson, everyone’s favorite unattainable girl next door who can easily pull off short hair, could be cast as Anastasia Steele in 50 Shades of Grey. According to New York Daily News via Showbiz Spy via rumor mills all across America, she’s perfect for the part and is currently in talks for the role. More
Want some uplifting news about the profitability of turning Twilight fan fiction into an erotic bestseller? It’s Friday morning so I’ll go ahead and assume the answer’s yes. More
So, let’s say you just finished reading every book in the illustrious Babysitter’s Club collection and you’re looking for something a little more racy. Might I recommend the novel Fifty Shades of Grey by Charles Dickens? (He writes under the pen name EL James, but rest assured it’s him.) It’s a wonderful peek in medieval architecture and it how it impacted the peasant uprisings in Eastern Europe. Think Goosebumps, but scarier. There’s one fabulous chapter where a knight ties up a damsel and leaves her in “distress,” if you know what I mean.