Fifty Shades of Grey is a number one best seller. Although the book is considered erotica because it traces the relationship between a virgin college student and her kinky boss, it has found a crossover and prominence in mainstream reading that is rare.
According to Time’s Nick Carbone, part of its popularity has to do with its readership, which he cites as: “thankfully for sex-starved middle-aged women everywhere, the novel was recently picked up for a large imprint by U.S. publishing giant Random House.”
But, sex-starved and middle aged oversimplifies many women’s actual life scenarios.
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