Living Vacariously: Dating & Sex Books for the Divorced
Done With Fifty Shades of Grey….NOW What?
By Zlata Faerman
A good friend of mine recently told me, “Reading Fifty Shades of Grey literally changed my sex life.” When I asked her to explain further (even though, duh, I’m reading it too, so I get it), she said that she’s hasn’t felt so sexually charged before, so interested in exploring different ways of having sex and so physically turned on in a pretty long time. It makes sense, of course, that women in their 30s reading this book are feeling more sexual and filled with desire. Christian Grey provides an erotic fantasy for a woman whose opportunity to really experience this “fun” has long passed. Meaning, if their husband isn’t the ‘Christian Grey’ type, they’re out of luck — stuck with what they’ve got. Women are changers. They always want better than what they have. So, if they’re not satisfied with their sex lives, for example, they’ll do everything they need to do to change it.
So what happens after the Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy is over and you’re left longing for more? I have some suggestions to curb your — er — appetite:
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