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"Conversations at book club meetings served to reinforce women's sense of self as well as provided a place for women to negotiate their sexuality, particularly through conversations about what kinds of women were being portrayed in books read by the group," Craig said.
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One book that came up in every interview was the popular erotic romance novel by E. James "Fifty Shades of Grey." "None of the women read Fifty Shades in their book clubs, but it was regularly discussed in that context," Craig said.
"Overall, women I talked to about Fifty Shades felt conflicted." On one hand, they felt the opportunity for women to access literature about sex in a more public way was indicative of great forward progress for women, she said.