The summer of horny women

The long hot days of summer are upon us and apparently, it isn’t just the weather that is hot at the moment. Women all over the country appear to be in a fever over some risqué, female orientated entertainment. A series of books as well as a movie featuring skimpy dressed men has given women everywhere to get more than a little hot under the collar.

With Matthew McConaughey, Channing Tatum, Alex Pettyfer, and Matt Bomer being oiled up and stripped down, Magic Mike has certainly caught the attention and imagination of those of a female persuasion. The percentage of the audience that are female watching this movie is probably around 90% and it is doubtful that all of them will be able to sit quietly throughout the length of the showing. Incase you are unaware, the audience for a show featuring male strippers are anything but reserved, rowdy would be a better description with much hooting and hollering. Men, by comparison, appear to be sitting in church when watching a female stripper.

Movies featuring male strippers are few and far between as compared to movies about female strippers (who can forget Showgirls? Hopefully everyone), probably due to the male orientated movie business. The only other recent one that springs to mind is The Full Monty which, while being a great movie, does not really have the same caliber of eye candy as Magic Mike. There will be an increase in the hiring of male strippers following this movie so if you look half decent, you might be able to pick up a couple more dollars!

So not only will there be eye candy fodder for women looking to have inner stirrings but there is of course the trilogy of books that have set imaginations, as well as more than a few pair of panties, alight! 50 Shades of Grey by E. L. James, along with the follow-up books, Fifty Shades Darker and Fifty Shades Freed are being passed from women to women faster than gossip about that annoying neighbour they all hate. The dark tale of BDSM (Bondage, Domination, Sadism and Masochism) has sky rocketed up the book charts as word of mouth has made it the must read book of the summer for women around the world.

Written originally as Twilight fan fiction, with the main characters named Edward and Bella, 50 Shades was re-written and split into a trilogy. It is interesting that the original inspiration had already drawn in women of all ages, fawning over the two young male lead characters.

It appears that due to these books, interest in both role-playing and BDSM has spiked with more women than ever venturing into adult stores looking for handcuffs (fluffy or not) and other, erm, tools of the BDSM life style. It may be that having had their eyes opened to a different life style, women are looking to experiment sexually more than when they were in university and that one time when they were drunk, and that is all they will tell their significant others.

A quick glance through 50 Shades (hidden between the covers of Knitters Weekly magazine) in the book store reveals that it is the same kind of porn that men have been purchasing for years from the top shelf of magazine shops everywhere. There is nothing ground breaking or wonderous, rather simply sexual acts told from a female’s point of view. Given the lack of female orientated porn today, it is easy to see why this has become such a hit, although it is sure to ‘inspire’ many other ‘mummy porn’ novels that will flood the book market with second-rate descriptions of panty ripping and humiliation.

While 50 Shades is pornographic in nature, there have been many more graphic and varied books written and more than a few told from a female’s perspective. One famous book is The Happy Hooker: My Own Story written by a real life Madame about her experiences in New York in the early 70s and is much more realistic than 50 Shades.

No matter what the reason, women appear to be more interested in sex, even if it is only on the big screen or on the pages of a novel, than in recent years. This can only be a good thing, not only for the women but for the significant men in their lives as well!

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