8 Things The “Fifty Shades” Trilogy Teaches About Sex and Relationships

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It’s your typical “boy meets girl” story, only it’s not. In case you haven’t heard, the final film from the “Fifty Shades” trilogy is out now, and it’s just a terrible ending to a toxic story.

To catch you up, “Fifty Shades Freed” continues the story’s explicit storyline of a twisted, inaccurate version of a sexual bondage, domination, submission, and sadomasochism (BDSM) relationship between controlling businessman, Christian Grey, and inexperienced recent college grad, Anastasia Steele (“Ana,” for short). This dark and twisty trilogy ends with a “picture perfect” wedding followed by

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