Planet Mommyhood on 50 Shades of Grey

Kristen and Jenn discuss why Christian women should NOT read or watch the movie 50 Shades of Grey. This isn’t a grey area of conviction. This is a black and white issue.

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Planet Mommyhood on 50 Shades of Grey~ Planet Mommyhood

Planet Mommyhood on 50 Shades of Grey~ Planet Mommyhood

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      • says

        1 Corinthians 10:21 – “You cannot drink from the cup of the Lord and the cup of demons. You cannot partake of the the table of the Lord and the table of demons.”

  1. Kdflikk says

    Crystal Renaud at and her book “Dirty Girls Come Clean” are great resources for female pornography and sexual addictions.

  2. says

    Thanks for posting ladies. Great info and great truth. Hopefully, people listen. There are some Nicodemus’ out there that need to hear how to be born again 😉

  3. says

    Wonderful video. I had no interest in the book after hearing it referred to as “mommyporn” but do admit to a curiosity because of the huge hype. I never sat and thought about it in the need to warn other Christian women. What a pitfall this could be. Thank you for taking the time to make this

  4. actorforchrist says

    A point of contention: Just because God has not fully delivered you from a particular sin doesn’t mean that you’re not saved. Sanctification is a life-long process, with God cleansing you of sin until the day you die. The Apostle Paul is said to have had a “thorn in the flesh,” and he commented that “The things I want to do I don’t do, and the things I don’t want to do, I do.” I believe he was talking about sin in both of these comments.

  5. ponky says

    Hi my name is sandra im a mexican citizen i just wan tell you that your chanel or web site its magnificent. I read the boock and never have seen that way the history iam a psicology and christian. Thanks for your words

  6. Kristin says

    I am a new Christian…. I read the book… now i wish i hadnt…. Thank you for this insight…. I will NOT be seeing the movie

  7. says

    I think women gravitate to 50 Shades of Grey (and other similar erotica) because they haven’t embraced the proper roles in sex and marriage. Feminism has taught them that they can never, ever, in any fashion submit to a man…unless it’s during sex, if that sort of thing is their cup of tea. Anything goes in the bedroom. Feminism told them that it’s degrading to be a stay-at-home mom or to submit to a husband or to want a lot of children. They should never have sex with their husbands unless they feel like it. They should never let a man make decisions for their family. But having a stranger use and abuse you sexually? Well, that’s empowering, don’t ya know.

    The other factor at play is that women are most attracted to men when men are most masculine. It’s masculine and attractive to women for men to be in charge, confident, powerful, and robust. But feminism taught men to suppress these characteristics and taught women that any man who shows them is chauvinistic and oppressive. Thus men have learned to become passive and women have learned to hate and fear masculine men.

    In much of life, the feminization of men may seem to turn out fine for both sexes. We live in a culture where we don’t often need a man to fight invaders and women can do most jobs. If the gender roles are rather blurred or even reversed, we can still survive. But in the bedroom, women have a hard time being turned on by a wuss. During sex, the natural differences of men and women are more noticeable and important. When that difference isn’t emphasized, it makes arousal more difficult. Women are turned on by a man’s more masculine traits. Opposites attract.

    When women find their sex life hum-drum because they either have a feminized man or have effectively emasculated him by forcing him to bow to their demands in order to get sex, they often get excited at the thought of being dominated. Erotica, like 50 Shades, appeals to their innate desire to feel a man’s power and leadership, to be led and give up control. They may or may not realize it, but I think this is, for many women, the issue. They play a game of make-believe in their minds because feminism has told them it’s taboo in real life.

    Of course, the male dominance in 50 Shades of Grey is a twisted and warped version that is debased and harmful. But in a culture of women yearning inside to find some semblance of real masculinity to submit to, it still appeals to them deep down. They don’t have the real thing, so they fall for twisted counterfeits that have small glimmers of the masculinity they desire. They’re like hungry people eating out of garbage cans, not realizing that they’ve ignored the gourmet restaurant down the street.

    • says

      Exactly. All of my friends have read this book, and I never wanted to, but couldn’t quite articulate why. You’ve said it all very well here.

  8. stephani keene says

    It is so wonderful to find two young believing women who are confident in Christ, and bold enough to speak out in love and in truth. May God Bess you both.

  9. Nicole says

    I was totally convicted. Thank you ladies for making this video. I will definitely be sharing this. God bless you guys for doing this. We need to change the minds of other Christian women who, like me, somehow justified reading the book even though deep down we knew it was wrong. Thanks again, ladies.


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