‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ Trailer – online views.

The first trailer for mommy porn “Fifty Shades of Grey” might be exciting some lonely fans — but serious BDSMers aren’t ready to peg the movie for success … because to them it kinda looks like amateur hour in the ole dungeon.

‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ Trailer Hardcore BDSM Crowd Left Limp, reports TMZ.

Don’t ask how, but TMZ got in tight with some members of the Threshold Society — a BDSM/leather club in L.A. — and they say overall reaction to the Fifty Shades Grey excerpt is … where’s the good stuff???

'Fifty Shades of Grey' Trailer
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Threshold’s corporate secretary (for reals) Azurell says the buzz from members is there are tons of other books and movies that better reflect their lifestyle — and based on this first taste … ‘Grey’ looks kinda “vanilla.” Azurell adds … the movie could use more of their specialties — light bondage, caning, needle play, fire play, and pegging. We’re not telling you to Google that last one. Especially at work.

Fifty Shades of Grey trailer doesn’t play rough enough

Over at Hollywood’s Bar Sinister … pro dom Feenix says ‘Grey’ has gotten a rise out of people in their 40s. He says more middle-aged couples are lining up for their loft area. Think VIP … for people who want a good spanking. Or a bad one. Seriously, don’t look up pegging. Read more: TMZ

Fifty Shades of Grey trailer provokes attack from US moral watchdogs

Morality in Media criticises trailer for ‘cultivating rape culture’ while Parents Television Council calls for action against morning broadcasters for airing adult content, reports The Guardian. Moral watchdogs in the US have launched a furious attack on the debut trailer for much-hyped erotic romance 50 Shades of Grey movie, arguing that the film normalises sexual violence.

Morality in Media said the movie cultivated a rape culture which was now permeating US society. “With the popularity of this book, mainstream opinion-makers (like Oprah, the Today Show and Broadway) are telling the public (especially youth) that humiliation, degradation and torture in sex is normal and to just give it a try,” said the Washington-based group.

The anti-pornography organisation described the film’s central figure, Jamie Dornan’s Christian Grey as a “stalker and batterer”. It said in a statement: “Is this really the kind of relationship we want our daughters, relatives and friends willingly entering into?

Do we really want our sons to become Christian Greys, practicing a violent masculinity that degrades men as well?”

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