For lovers of romantic and adult movies, the Fifty Shades of Grey is one of the most loved and watched naughty films. With over 40 million copies sold, it’s one of the most popular movies of all time. However, the 50 shades movie has delighted mixed reactions due to the controversial sex scenes since its release. There are plenty of books that have been published based on the Fifty Shades of Grey movie. However, most of the themes portray the BDSM culture and the activities in the film in meaningless ways to add to their sales. The Diary Of A Submissive, a book explaining the real-life, written by Sophie Morgan, was declared the true memoir of the 50 shades movie. The book offers a better story of submissive women based on the author’s life experiences, Sophie Morgan. It provides a unique experience of the sexual adventures of the writer from a young age till she fully matures and equips with a new form of sexuality. The diary of a submissive was published mainly to counter the negative impacts imposed on people’s minds after watching the Fifty Shades of Grey movie. We had a chance to talk to Sophie Morgan, a pseudonym and journalist in a submissive marriage, to explain the critics and comparison of the movie and book based on her personal views and true-life experiences. Her Reviews On the Books Associated To Submissive Role Play According to Sophie, most of the books wrongly portray the sub-dominant relationship. Any book that openly encourages women to satisfy and explore their kinky fantasies is an important sex tool. The authors project the partnership to be more abusive than romantic going against the basic roles of a sub-dominant relationship. This has created a negative perspective in most viewers of the movie as it portrays D/s as a relationship of mentally broken people. Sophie explains D/s play as a sex act between lovers where the sub enjoys more pleasure by being humiliated and subjected to hot, painful sessions. She emphasizes that submissive games are done with a partner’s consent and are meant for people to endure the pain but enjoy it. The Fifty Shades of Grey book is one of the best that increases awareness of kinky sex portrayed in pure escapism. The spanking, use of safewords, and other toys have immensely helped people learn about safe BDSM pleasures. The 50 Shades Movie Review On A Sophie Morgan Perspective When she was given a chance to review the film, her expectations were not high based on the previous stories linked to it. Her curiosity was not fully fed by the movie as it doesn’t fully on masochistic art. However, in her opinion, the movie was better than most books on submission. Ana played the sub role perfectly with no goddess or sugar-coating things though the story lacks a sense of inner monologue. She appears to be sparkier in “real life” than how the books propel her, one of the traits that make her lovable by the audience. Sophia’s critics began with the set-up and direction of the movie by Sam Taylor. She discusses how the whole act lacked substance and a clear sense of real-life submissive sex. The dominant-sub relationship between Christian and Ana follows the same script similar to the Twilight Romance. It’s highly fictional n can be visibly concluded that it has no connections to D/s relationship. She highlights the differences in power play compared to real-life situations. Christian displays abusive roles in his high-handedness affair. The scene where Christian Grey hits Ana with a belt is the only part we can somehow predict that he is about to have an orgasm. That part is not alluring and triggers negative thoughts, as shown in slow-motion, instilling the abuse motive in BDSM. The short sex scenes kill the hotness of BDMS encounters while the shot angles worsen the outcome. The movie was supposed to bring out the filthiness of ladies in sex but failed to fully convents it in all aspects of BDSM. FAQS as Answered by Sophie Morgan How Does Being a Sub relates to BDSM BDSM is a broad category that features bondage, discipline sadism, and masochism. Dominance and submission focus on power play in these kinky sex games. It comprises a partner fully submitting her body depending on the dominant’s orders. What’s The Value of Your Book or Story? My book was, at first, based on my own stories. I had no clear intentions to create a book for the masses but was excited by the idea of sharing my sexual experiences with people of the same ideas. I think it consists of one of the best BDSM stories with more attraction towards the book. The book gives clear imagery of what BDSM is all about and a better perspective for women ready to dive into the sub-world. What’s Good or Wrong with The 50 Shades Of Grey Movie The movie is generally appealing to first-timers into the BDSM lifestyle and has greatly increased awareness of naughtier sex plays. It brought out how women can uniquely fulfill their sexual needs. On the negative, the movie had a lot of shortcomings due to its mainstreaming style and script. Christiane lacks real chemistry with Ana as in realistic situations. For instance, in one scene, he is seen having sex with Ana with his trousers on, leaving the audience wondering if he has an areal penis or not. Ana is seen as despair crying with raindrops falling shows its fiction. Conclusion Fifty Shades of Grey is a great movie with lots of hype that projects how viewers enjoyed each scene. However, it gives a false picture of the real BDSM lifestyle. Sophie Morgan’s book The Diary of a submissive was not meant to capitalize on the trendy bandwagon but to educate the masses on what BDSM truly is based on life experiences.