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The Fifty Shades trilogy by E. James has taken the world by storm and become a cultural phenomenon.
The lack of contraceptive use in the erotic fiction, first pointed out by bloggers, is analysed in this article and compared to medical information. James may be praised for sexualising condom use. However, her protagonist makes poor choices in terms of hormonal contraception and is negligent about its use, resulting in an unintended pregnancy and resolved in marital bliss and motherhood. La trilogie des Cinquante nuances de E. Aunque puede elogiarse a James por haber sexualizado el uso de condones, su protagonista realiza malas elecciones respecto al uso de anticonceptivos hormonales, descuidando el mismo.
Ello da lugar a un embarazo no intencionado, que a la postre es resuelto con erotic control felicidad conyugal y la maternidad.
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Advanced search. Submit an article Journal home. s Received 16 Dec Fifty Shades : ambivalence about birth control in an erotic bestseller and its cultural implications. Abstract The Fifty Shades trilogy by E. Keywords: Fifty Shades culture condoms contraception media analysis female sexuality.
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