As previously documented, Fifty Shades of Grey reviews have not been good. At all.
Only Pat Robertson's show has accused it of promoting sex slavery, however.
Pat is NOT into bondage ... or so he says. Fifty Shades of Grey was released on Valentine's day 2015. Sex slavery has been going on since ... well, always.
However, a recent telecast of his show, The 700 Club, clearly linked the two.
Benjamin Nolot, the Exodus Cry Director, claims that widespread promotion of sexually-charged movies like Fifty Shades of Grey is fueling sex trafficking.
Robertson describes his sentiments on the movie following the Nolot piece as follows:
It made me think of that Fifty Shades of Grey, apparently how many women have read the book and how many women are going to the movie.
It's about all kinds of sadomasochism, it's about bondage.
About whips, it's about boiling oil, it's about various types of restraints. It is an unbelievable story of sadomasochistic bondage of women.
Women are objects. And to think that everybody is not taking it as 'Oh, well, that's just a, quote, romance story.' Please!
Robertson really knows a lot of the bondage lingo, which is super gross.
It's been a tough week for fans of the BDSM-themed franchise all around, and not just because the film caused a woman to masturbate in a theater.
There was even a sexual assault case at the University of Illinois-Chicago that was born out of a Fifty Shades of Grey reenactment. Not cool at all.
Now Pat Robertson has all but called the film a work of the devil. Sheesh, what's next? Could Jamie Dornan walk away from the franchise that made him a star?