Haiku, Pain, Passion, Poetry

Silk bonds #Haiku Challenge 169 @RonovanWrites

RonovanWrites Haiku Challenge 169 with prompt words - Silk, Skin   Silk bonds unyielding on skin, claiming possessing, Two minds embracing. ~ FlorenceT       © 2017 FlorenceT Copyright reserved. The author asserts her moral and legal rights over this work.  

Being Woman, Living life

Darker, by fifty shades?

The text message read (in part): “Ok who’s keen? Note it is next week!!!!.... We will follow this with a debriefing over drinks…” I replied ‘me’ and why not? I am honestly curious as to how it will be. On a social side, how could I refuse the opportunity to catch up with a few… Continue reading Darker, by fifty shades?

Being alive, Haiku, Pain, Passion, Poetry

Pleasures #Haiku Challenge 134 @RonovanWrites

RonovanWrites Haiku Challenge 134 with prompt words - Blow, Please As you please, I will Bow before the pleasures felt Till fear blows away. ~ FlorenceT © 2017 FlorenceT Copyright reserved. The author asserts her moral and legal rights over this work.  

Being Woman, In relationship, Living life

50 Shades – Storm in a Teacup a Woman’s Thoughts by @FTThum

A different view on Fifty Shades of Grey…

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50 shades of grey

I asked Florence to write a piece about 50 Shades of Grey since she had both read the books and seen the movie. With her therapist and lawyer/professor background I thought it would an interesting and intelligent experience for us all. Did it turn out as I expected? Read and find out. If you dare. If I were you, I might hide.~Ronovan

Fifty Shades of Grey (’50 Shades’) – trilogy and movie – have caused quite a storm in the media. Its critics have labelled it anti-feminist, for glorifying abuse and violence, for normalising domestic violence, and the list goes on.

In the wake of socio-political discourses rippling through social and news media, I (and eleven gal pals) went to see it on the second day after it was released.

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The story in a nut shell

A little about the trilogy and the movie for those who have not read…

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