Playing Psycho Is Not A Game

I found this post and it brought back at a moment’s notice the point I was making in an earlier article, about the responsibility we, as authors, have. No better way to illustrate my point. If you feel strongly enough about this, please pass it on. Thank you.

Here’s a link to the complete post, on Carolyn Hughey/K.T. Roberts’ blog.

SAVE THE LIFE OF A YOUNG WOMAN – Link this post to any place young women go on the Internet who think Fifty Shades of Grey is a romance, that the exact type of guy we warn young women to run from is somehow now cool, exciting, and will change if you just love and understand him. The kind of man Christian Grey is, a serial sex predator, will get you abused, stalked, and killed. Women every day are filing restraining orders against this kind of controlling obsessive sadistic psychopath and a good many of them find themselves with gas thrown at them and set on fire, disappearing down mine shafts, and shot dead on the courthouse steps. Fifty Shades of Grey is one of the most dangerous pieces of fiction to get into the hands of young women that I have even seen. Make sure they read the story below to get the real ending of Fifty Shades of Grey which would never have made it to a trilogy if it were anywhere close to the truth. – Criminal Profiler Pat Brown

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