Amigos, leiam este texto sobre o 50 tons de cinza... Sei que está em inglês, mas vale o esforço, nem que seja com o Google Translator. Glorificar abuso sexual é o cúmulo. Os atores são lindos, o cara é rico, parece charmoso. A realidade, no entanto, é muito diferente. Não consigo entender como se distorcem tanto os valores nos dias de hoje.
A Psychiatrist’s Letter to Young People about Fifty Shades of Grey
Miriam Grossman MD
11 February 2015
There’s nothing gray about Fifty Shades of Grey.
It’s all black.
Let me explain.
I help people who are broken inside. Unlike doctors who use x-rays or blood tests to determine why someone’s in pain, the wounds that interest me are hidden. I ask questions, and listen carefully to the answers. That’s how I discover why the person in front of me is “bleeding”.
Years of careful listening have taught me a lot. One thing I’ve learned is that young people are utterly confused about love – finding it and keeping it. They make poor choices, and end up in lots of pain.
I don’t want you to suffer like the people I see in my office, so I’m warning you about a new movie called Fifty Shades of Grey. Even if you don’t see the film, its toxic message is seeping into our culture, and could plant dangerous ideas in your head.
Fifty Shades of Grey is being released for Valentine’s Day, so you’ll think it’s a romance, but don’t fall for it. The movie is actually about a sick, dangerous relationship filled with physical and emotional abuse. It seems glamorous, because the actors are gorgeous, have expensive cars and planes, and Beyonce is singing. You might conclude that Christian and Ana are cool, and that their relationship is acceptable.
Don’t allow yourself to be manipulated! The people behind the movie just want your money; they have no concern whatsoever about you and your dreams.
Abuse is not glamorous or cool. It is never OK, under any circumstances.