Herpes virus found on S-M bondage book

In March of last year, I wrote a post “This is why it’s all over for America.”

My Exhibit B was Fifty Shades of Grey, an “erotic” porn novel about bondage, discipline, sadism, masochism written by a mannish-looking 48-year-old British woman under the pen name of E. L. James.

The mannish Erika Leonard, aka E L James (just picture her without the wig and lipstick)

After it was first published in May 2011, the book became an instant hit. Daily Mail says the bondage book is “credited with rekindling the lives of U.S. women.” God help us.

Now we know what sort of people read Fifty Shades of Grey.

Jon David Kahn reports for Breitbart.com, Nov. 15, 2013, that two Belgian university professors submitted the 10 most borrowed books at the Antwerp library to bacteriology and toxicology tests.

Traces of cocaine were found on all 10 books. The traces were small enough that readers would not feel the effects, but significant enough that they could test positive for cocaine.

But the scientists found something other cocaine in the pages of Fifty Shades of Grey:

Traces of the genital herpes virus 

Herpes-virus

Although the professors assured readers that the concentrations of the herpes virus were minimal and that the virus could not be contracted simply by touching the book, I still say “YUCK!”

~Eowyn

Dr. Eowyn is the Editor of Fellowship of the Minds.

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