According to the Post's sources, the Fifty Shade trilogy has “revitalized everyone’s marriage on the Upper East Side, everyone’s sex life.” Everyone. But it's also enabling friendship! And learning. “I found myself explaining what BDSM [bondage, discipline, sadism, masochism] was to some of the moms at Saturday morning basketball,” "power publicist" Alison Brod told the paper, in addition to calling it "the new kabbalah for female bonding in this city.” Mystic version of thousands-of-years-old religion, mildly trashy novel — same diff.
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