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As I drive over an hour to and from the engineering office daily, I have plenty of time to listen to books. So I finally tackled this girl porn book.

Im going to put aside that it was poorly written and a standard variation on a theme. My purpose was to get inside the writer’s reality to see what she was about. Keep in mind that millions of women respond to this theme. I’m even going to put aside that this fantasy billionaire was good looking.

If the average man reads this book he will look at things that will actually sink him further into the feminine imperative. The book is unrealistic, even putting aside that the guy was a billionaire in his late 20’s. His mother was a doctor and his father was along for the ride. More girl power garbage. But I digress.

If you pay attention to the actions and thoughts of the main character, Anastasia. You see our world in it. An unlikely virgin at the age of 21 and in a Washington State university.

The fantasy for women is the turning of a competent man into a squib. A man who is utterly under her power. You think that because the man is a dominant that he is in charge. This is not true. She is running the show. Even her reach and withdrawal (push/pull) manipulations, are highly demonstrated. It is actually beneath her awareness. She is thinking in duplicitous mental back and forth which is normal for a woman. But how a man sees it...are the things that bring him to this forum. She is virtually unaware of the effect it has on the billionaire. At least from the writers viewpoint.

the theme is the standard “damaged” man that she tries to fix with her love. That her magnetic sexual majesty brings him around to the power of the woman and her pvssy. It is completely unrealistic fiction in every way.

Even half way through the book, the billionaire is rendered helpless to her power. But the book doesn’t say this. It is the natural position of a woman’s fantasy. All women have this fantasy. A woman’s hamster is in its own solipsistic universe and she applies a different meaning to all the things on this forum.

The billionaire begins to supplicate and loose his identity. He could even be considered to have stalker tendencies but it is forgiven by the hamster in her head. Her mission is to repair the damaged man with her flowering precious love or whatever you call it. It’s disgusting in a plethora of ways to watch him degrade. He is manipulated into her reality.

In real life, the guy would have been dumped like a sack of potatoes. But the writer continues the female fantasy. Do not EVER do the things this patsy does. A true submissive would never stand for this in a man. Her end game is to be worshipped by a socially and economically powerful man as the ultimate form of validation.
What the book doesn’t point out, is that her desire would have fallen out the bottom and she would have wrecked him because he is a passive pvssy. I know powerful men and she would have been dismissed with a thoughtless wave of their hand.

The book shows the fantasy and is quite dangerous for men to follow and surprisingly, dangerous for women to have her hamster motivated by such things. This is why the setting is to conquer a billionaire in his 20’s.

It was a pitiful journey into the mind of the writer. But very educational if you choose to learn from it.
 
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I agree with most of your observations. I read this several years ago because a lot of females that I knew at the time were urging me to read it. I was curious about what excites the female mind so much, so I read it. Same reason that I watched the Twilight movies. You're right that it is very badly written. Which is not to say it's a bad story, just poorly written. Repetitive phrases and such. I thought the first two books had a fairly interesting story, but the third was just completely boring and a waste of time.

Not only was the guy a billionaire in his 20s, he was a self-made billionaire in his 20s, which is even more impressive. The power he demonstrates over his employees is part of the appeal, I'm sure. He has servants who kowtow to his every whim and demand. And of course, since she marries him, they also have to serve her.

The fantasy for women is the turning of a competent man into a squib. A man who is utterly under her power. You think that because the man is a dominant that he is in charge. This is not true. She is running the show.
You're right here. His desire for her overwhelms everything else. In fact, when I was reading it, I was actually expecting their bedroom roles to reverse, and that he would end up the sub. She is very much like Bella from Twilight in that there is nothing special about her. She's dull as dishwater. There is no logical reason why this powerful man should fall so hardly for this very plain girl. Part of the fantasy, which allows all the female readers to see themselves in her place.

In real life, the guy would have been dumped like a sack of potatoes.
I disagree with this. She might lose desire for him, but she would probably hang on to him. Until she divorces him 15 years later and receives a huge settlement so she can live out her days on a beach somewhere. Aside from his billionaire status, he has massive social proof. Everywhere he goes in the book, every other girl or woman he encounters are drop jawed in awe of how good looking and hot he is, they don't even try to hide it. They also give her dirty looks as they stew in their own jealousy. She wouldn't give that up easily.

Not to mention he has a penis which gets erect on command every time lol. Also he has the ability to bring women to orgasm just by playing with her nipples. This always surprised me. I could see that party trick working with some women, but apparently he can do this with every woman, which I find hard to believe. Because he's very matter-of-fact and confident about it: "Do you want me to bring you to orgasm by touching your nipples?". Lol.
 

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I disagree with this. She might lose desire for him, but she would probably hang on to him. Until she divorces him 15 years later and receives a huge settlement so she can live out her days on a beach somewhere.

You pulled this out of context. I said a real submissive would have dumped him based on his conduct.
That lifestyle is not what it seems. Marriage? LMAO
 

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As I drive over an hour to and from the engineering office daily, I have plenty of time to listen to books. So I finally tackled this girl porn book.

Im going to put aside that it was poorly written and a standard variation on a theme. My purpose was to get inside the writer’s reality to see what she was about. Keep in mind that millions of women respond to this theme. I’m even going to put aside that this fantasy billionaire was good looking.

If the average man reads this book he will look at things that will actually sink him further into the feminine imperative. The book is unrealistic, even putting aside that the guy was a billionaire in his late 20’s. His mother was a doctor and his father was along for the ride. More girl power garbage. But I digress.

If you pay attention to the actions and thoughts of the main character, Anastasia. You see our world in it. An unlikely virgin at the age of 21 and in a Washington State university.

The fantasy for women is the turning of a competent man into a squib. A man who is utterly under her power. You think that because the man is a dominant that he is in charge. This is not true. She is running the show. Even her reach and withdrawal (push/pull) manipulations, are highly demonstrated. It is actually beneath her awareness. She is thinking in duplicitous mental back and forth which is normal for a woman. But how a man sees it...are the things that bring him to this forum. She is virtually unaware of the effect it has on the billionaire. At least from the writers viewpoint.

the theme is the standard “damaged” man that she tries to fix with her love. That her magnetic sexual majesty brings him around to the power of the woman and her pvssy. It is completely unrealistic fiction in every way.

Even half way through the book, the billionaire is rendered helpless to her power. But the book doesn’t say this. It is the natural position of a woman’s fantasy. All women have this fantasy. A woman’s hamster is in its own solipsistic universe and she applies a different meaning to all the things on this forum.

The billionaire begins to supplicate and loose his identity. He could even be considered to have stalker tendencies but it is forgiven by the hamster in her head. Her mission is to repair the damaged man with her flowering precious love or whatever you call it. It’s disgusting in a plethora of ways to watch him degrade. He is manipulated into her reality.

In real life, the guy would have been dumped like a sack of potatoes. But the writer continues the female fantasy. Do not EVER do the things this patsy does. A true submissive would never stand for this in a man. Her end game is to be worshipped by a socially and economically powerful man as the ultimate form of validation.
What the book doesn’t point out, is that her desire would have fallen out the bottom and she would have wrecked him because he is a passive pvssy. I know powerful men and she would have been dismissed with a thoughtless wave of their hand.

The book shows the fantasy and is quite dangerous for men to follow and surprisingly, dangerous for women to have her hamster motivated by such things. This is why the setting is to conquer a billionaire in his 20’s.

It was a pitiful journey into the mind of the writer. But very educational if you choose to learn from it.
If a man has a good horse, he respects, grooms, feeds, stables and takes good care of the animal. He values it....as a HORSE....a powerful beast he has tamed, to serve his purposes, and which he rewards with good care.

What you describe, the handsome, young, powerful billionaire is a similar taming of the beast, from the female perspective. I haven't read the book, but i saw the first movie, and am aware of the phenomenon. This is fem-porn for 21st century. In the movie, the guy was into some pretty kinky, Jeffrey Epstein level sh!t, but since movies tend to veer so far from the text, i don't know what the book version of "Christian Grey"(?) was really into, except that he was into sexual dominance, apparently. Women have ideals and fantasies, just like men do.

A male fantasy is a Playboy Bunny, completely loyal and devoted, an excellent cook and housekeeper, his biggest fan and cheerleader, and an ageless, ever-ready nymphomaniac, who greats him at the door naked, when he gets home from work, with a steak sizzling in the kitchen.

A female fantasy is a tall, handsome, physically powerful man, who rules the world with an iron fist in a velvet glove, and who is loved, admired, respected, and feared by everyone, everywhere, and who, yet, pampers her, showers her with expensive gifts and attention, and loves her in an almost worshipful way. That's her fantasy.

They're just fantasies. No-one, man or woman, should be judged for our fantasies, but they aren't meaningless, either. They represent an ideal, that men should be powerful and steady, and that women should be supportive and comforting assets. The problem for men is that we can become too comfortable, and too much comfort makes us soft.

The thing that men don't get about women is that men can adore and protect a thing we can control, without it diminishing our value of it. For us, a horse or a wife, the value of the thing is in its utility to us. The more its under our control, the more we value it...the only exception being a man with mental health issues.

For women, they can't respect anything they can absolutely control. This becomes a symbol of defect, and the defective thing must be destroyed. They're right, though, women should be able to control men, no more than children should be able to control their parents. Once men realize this, they'll be much happier with women...once they stop expecting women to be like men.
 
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