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August 25, 2014 - Fifty Shades of Grey
As fans wait a “Fifty Shades of Grey” movie, a new investigate reports anticipating a association between women who review a “Fifty Shades” trilogy and problems including being in an violent relationship, eating disorders and binge drinking.
The study, patrician “Fiction or Not? Fifty Shades is Associated with Health Risks in Adolescent and Young Adult Females” was led by a Michigan State University researcher and published Thursday in a Journal of Women’s Health.
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“It doesn’t uncover either reading ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ causes a behaviors, or either exhibiting a behaviors means we to review ‘Fifty Shades of Grey,’ though that’s inconsequential,” Amy Bonomi, a study’s lead researcher and chairperson and highbrow in MSU’s Department of Human Development and Family Studies, told Yahoo Health.
According to a study, women who review all 3 books in E.L. James’ amorous novel trilogy were some-more expected to have some-more than one passionate partner and binge drink.
“If women gifted inauspicious health behaviors such as jumbled eating first, reading ‘Fifty Shades’ competence reaffirm those practice and potentially irritate associated trauma,” Bonomi pronounced in a statement.
Bonomi has formerly complicated a amorous novel array by E.L. James. She told Yahoo that she found it to be “normalizing and glamorizing assault opposite women.”
“In a BDSM relationship, if there is any ethanol or piece abuse concerned [as there is in a book], that radically negates consent,” she said.
Bonomi encourages everybody to be vicious when immoderate mass media.
“We commend that a depiction of assault opposite women in and of itself is not problematic, generally if a depiction attempts to strew critical light on a problem,” her matter continued. “The problem comes when a depiction reinforces a acceptance of a standing quo, rather than severe it.”
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