stars, sex and nudity buzz : 12/03/2012

Banshee - Season 1 - "Oath" Promo

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"It Had To Be You" feat. Kate Upton by German Vogue


Kate Upton Mini-Movie, Gif by Gif
Kate Upton and German Vogue have teamed up to create some sort of mini-movie, thankfully set to music rather any dialogue whatsoever. In the above GIF, Kate can be seen riding a horse and continually bouncing. And yes, horseback riding is a sport we often cover, so this one was a match made in sports blog heaven.

Here’s a topless Kate Upton laying on a tube with her tongue out while being soaked with a stream of … water.

Here’s Miss Upton galloping in a see-through dress. Yes, a pretty exceptional, bouncy buttocks. 

Never has Jay-Z’s line of “bounce wit’ me” applied so damn well.

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I was bit preoccupied with Katie McGrath and totally neglected Leslie Mann topless scene in This Is 40.

The question on many of nudity hounds mind - Is it CGI? Let me play devil's advocate here....

She was CGI-ed all the way in The Change-Up (2011):
 

It's either state of the art rotoscoping or using computers to smooth out the prosthetics worn by Mann.

I believe (and I could be wrong) the same company responsible for the CGI in The Change-Up are also working on This Is 40 : Level 256.
You can watch their reel here. 

In The Change-Up, Level 256 worked closely with Gradient Effects.

But in This Is 40 they collaborated with Rhythm and Hues.

If they perfected the technique to realistically rendered CGI-Breasteses and Nipples (and also bring the cost down to reasonable level), it will be the end of true nudity on screen. Nudity dodgers will be jumping in joy and cable shows can hired actresses without worrying about nudity clause or resorting to hiring foreign talent.

I have yet to watch This Is 40. Mann has couple of topless scenes and my argument is moot if she indeed bare it for real. My paranoia level is quite high after what conspired with Mann, Olivia Wilde and Alba in Machete

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Jennifer Love Hewitt: Work isn't everything so make time for pals

Jennifer Love Hewitt interview
All grown up ... Jennifer Love Hewitt

JENNIFER LOVE HEWITT found fame in the 1997 American slasher movie I Know What You Did Last Summer.

She made her film debut at 13 and was in the hit TV series Party Of Five from the age of 16.
Jennifer, 33, won a Golden Globe nomination for her role as a hard-up single mum who takes a job in a massage parlour in the TV movie The Client List.
Here, she tells GARTH PEARCE what she wishes she’d known at 18.

WHEN I was 18, I did things like an 80-year-old woman. I didn’t have a big social life and stayed home to watch re-runs of The Golden Girls.

I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. I have never done a drug in my life. I don’t curse, either. So I was a dorky goody-two-shoes.

Sex? I was about as sexy as a peanut. I had the sultriness of a clam. But what changed it was doing a film called Heartbreakers, with Sigourney Weaver, in 2001.

It was about a mother and daughter con team who seduce rich men and I had to play sexy.

The director, David Mirkin, told me what he wanted from me and I thought: “My God, if I do that, I’m going to scare small children.”

He told me to go home and look in the mirror and have a conversation with myself to make myself feel sexy. It sounds strange, but it’s true.

What I also did was interview a group of my guy friends and ask them to tell me what makes a woman sexy, because I had no idea. I loved playing the bad girl. Wearing outrageous clothes was very liberating. I was usually a jeans and T-shirt girl.

I had a boyfriend at the time who noticed a change in me. I stayed sassy and having a witty tongue in the movie carried over to my own life.
Jennifer Love Hewitt
Working girl ... Jennifer Love Hewitt plays a masseuse in TV show The Client List
He loved the fact that the babe in the hot outfit in the movie was actually me. His first words were: “Can you keep the outfits? Can you walk around in them?”

I think when you are a young woman figuring out who you are, you are worried, in a weird way, to feel sexy and good about yourself. I’ve always turned down parts with nudity. I didn’t like to look at myself naked, so I did not want the world to look at me naked either.

I don’t mind the rest. I do not mind having my boobs accentuated. I would much rather have attention on my boobs than my big butt.

I’ve been the size I am now since the age of about 12 or 13. But I always kept them hidden when I was in the TV show Party Of Five.


When I starred in the film I Know What You Did Last Summer, in a tiny top, people were asking: “What did she have done?”

If I had to give advice to anyone who is 18 and coming in to this business it would be to make time for friends and romance. I’ve promised myself that even though I love my job, it is not my life. My life is the people I meet and the time I get to spend with them. So even though I love working, I try to make people smile.

I wish, at times, that I did not have to sacrifice so much.

I never particularly wanted to act. I just wanted to sing. I have a hard job speaking in public and become very nervous. But when I sing, the nerves go for some reason. So I wish my younger self had more confidence. I was confused when I was younger. One minute I was judged to be the girl next door, the next it was a vixen.

I was brought up in small-town Texas. My dad left home when I was two weeks old and my mom, Pat, married again. She and my stepdad separated when I was ten.

When we decided to head off to Los Angeles, it was because neither of us had anything to keep us in Texas.

My mom (who died of cancer, aged 67, in June) was my best friend, my partner in crime and my manager.

So I still have a lot of growing up to do. 

* As Hewitt points out (I highlighted it ) and other female performers have talked about it in interviews and bios, that physical insecurities is one of the main reason for actresses reluctance to do nude scenes.The usual 'against my moral principles' crap is well below down the short list and more likely a handy excuse. The fact JLH is talking about nudity is a good sign. Praying The Client List is scrapped for good soon so we can see 33-years old JLH titties comes out to play in a 'brave' and 'challenging' performance on yet to be made indie flick.


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Do Horror Movies Objectify Women?


Herner Klenthur (December 2, 2012)

The horror genre is typically set forward as a genre for men alone. It is somehow thought that women tolerate the horror genre only because their male partners enjoys them. I would have to say that this is the farthest from the truth based on the fact that 38% of our readers are female. Two of our most talented contributors Mary aka DirtyGirl and Jamie Jenkins aka MovieMaven both know more about the genre then I do and are female.

The horror genre is dominated by strong women as well as us males.  As far as whether the horror genre objectifies women I have to both agree and disagree. I recently read an excellent paper by Dr Jason Edwards written in 2007 where he makes a valid argument that the horror genre not only objectifies women but is a way for males to get off on women being victimized. In his paper he states that men prefer to watch horror movies where women are objectified and lack intelligence.

I find this plausible but also highly insulting. I will admit that I watched and loved movies like I Spit On Your Grave and the truly shocking Dead Girl but not for the gore but rather for the outcome. I want to see where it goes and when the end game is even more vicious for the instigators of the suffering it brings me great pleasure. I am a fan of justice and when a filmmaker wraps it in a tightly woven and brutal horror movie whether the victims are female or male is irrelevant to me.

I have said it time and time again I do not watch movies for gore and although I look looking at a pretty girl as much as the next its not reason enough for me to see a movie. I am also not a fan of movies that lack substance and are entirely focused on putting as much pain on the screen as they can.

I am mesmerized by films with a moral message and a vicious outcome like MARTYRS, Dead Girl or Surveillance ( which is directed by a woman ). I am also not a fan of horror films that cast their female leads based on great breasts and perfect teeth. Beauty much like gore does not make a good horror movie.

Do Horror Movies Objectify Women?If you look back to the early genre classics like Texas Chainsaw Massacre or Friday the 13th there is no question that women are being objectified. The remake of Friday the 13th got more buzz for the Jullianne Guill sex scene which really makes Dr Edwards point to a T. A really hot girl doing soft core porn who then finds herself impaled by the villain.

Although there is plenty of exploitation of women in horror movies there are a lot of very strong female characters in horror as well as female voices within the genre itself. American Psycho, Surveillance and the upcoming American Mary which everyone is buzzing about are brought forward by strong female talents.

Probably one of the most obvious filmmakers who has taken a shine in recent years to strong female characters is Neil Marshall. He has done it twice now first with his cave dwelling film franchise The Descent and more recently with Doomsday starring Rhona Mitra.

We do not have to look at the last 10 years to find a strong female character. Sigourney Weaver in the ALIEN franchise made an evolution through the franchise from a victim to one of the strongest women ever portrayed in horror. It was no man that brought down the Alien Queen it took a strong woman to get the job done right where Space Marines could not.
There is nothing weak about Kathy Bates in the film adaptation of Stephen Kings MISERY and Auntie Ruth from The Girl Next Door is far from a withering flower as she invokes untold cruelty on the neighbourhood.

Frankly for every movie that objectifies women I can find a movie which shows off the power of a woman. I think that Larry Darren said it best on our facebook page when he wrote ‘Ass kicking women make the world turn man. Beautiful, powerful what more could a man want

The horror genre for me is not about objectifying women it is about getting an adrenaline rush from filmmakers who dont rely on peek-a-boo nudity and cliche carnage but rather try to up the ante and truly terrify us while telling a great story. So yes I agree that many horror movies do objectify women in horror movies but not all of them do and to chalk up the fans of the genre as perverts for that reason is wrong…. especially considering 38% of our community ( and growing ) is female.


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Saucy Star Wars strip show - sorry, burlesque - to tour Down Under

'Wookierotica', sexy stormtroopers and yes, gold bikini
Disney's acquisition of all things Star Wars has some fans in a lather at the prospect of new films set in the Lucasverse.

Here at Vulture South, The Reg's Australian outpost, some are in a lather for an entirely different reason, namely the return of the revue Star Wars Burlesque: The Empire Strips Back.

The show's creator says the performance doesn't necessarily involve nudity, as he dislikes notions that burlesque always has to end up with a pile of smalls on the floor.

As the NSFW video below shows, the production will certainly leave you feeling rather more kindly disposed to storm troopers. You may also find out whether Jabba the Hutt bought Princess Leia just the one bikini.

The show is billed as a parody and is definitely not in canon. It's also proving hard to suppress: since debuting late last year, it has enjoyed several seasons around Australia. A new run of shows kicks off in early December at Sydney's Vanguard Theatre, just in time for Vulture South's Christmas party.

The show has spawned merchandise including aT-shirt and a NSFW 'Wookierotica' magazine.

There's even a burlesque Batman spin-off doing the rounds.


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Jessica Marais' risque new role

Monday, December 3, 2012
Jessica Marais' risque new role
Jessica Marais has a risque new role that would shock her Aussie fans.
She made a name playing wholesome Rachel Rafter on family TV favourite Packed To The Rafters. But in her new show, Jessica Marais looks anything but innocent, as these racy photos show. 
The new mum, who had her first child, Scout, in May with fellow Rafters star James Stewart, stars in the Foxtel drama Magic City. And her new role has pulses racing with its saucy story-lines and full-frontal nudity! 

Jess plays mobster’s wife Lily Diamond in the drama, set in Miami during the 1950s – and in just about every episode, the 27-year-old actress strips down to her smalls (and yes, often even less!). 

But Jess seems unconcerned that stills from the show are now all over the internet. “One of the reasons I did Magic City right off the back of Packed To The Rafters [was] to shake up the image of the girl next door,” she recently told The Kyle And Jackie O Show.

And boy has she succeeded! Jess was in the very early stages of her pregnancy during filming, but soldiered on with her sexy role – even when she had to film her first nude scene on her very first day on set! 
can't wait to catch this scene on Blu-Ray. She is wearing a merkin by the way. I can safely confirm the fact thanks to an inside source.
Read more and see more pictures of Jess on set in this week's Woman’s Day on sale Monday December 3, 2012.



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XXX Wasteland Exclusive Interview: Natalia Starr


nataliastarr106With only a few months of adult industry experience under her belt, Natalia Starr is already well on her way to establishing herself as a top name in erotic entertainment. The 19-year-old Polish-born blonde has shot a number of films for XXX powerhouse entity Manwin and currently appears on the cover of Hustler magazine’s Holiday issue, now available on newsstands.
Alongside her sister – fellow porn starlet Natasha Starr – Natalia is poised to make a huge impact on the adult scene.
Natalia kindly spoke with XXX Wasteland to discuss her entry into adult entertainment, being a Hustler cover girl, future plans and more.
You can follow Natalia on Twitter under the handle @NataliaStarrXXX and check out her FreeOnes page here.
Natalia Starr is represented by L.A. Direct Models.  For print and film booking inquiries, please contact info@LADirectModels.com.  Interview requests and other media inquiries may be directed to Rising Star PR.

(Special thanks to Acme Andersson of Rising Star PR)

The first thing I’d like to ask about is obviously your appearance on the cover of Hustler magazine. How does it feel to be this month’s cover girl?
I’m very honored that they chose me out of all the beautiful ladies out there! (Laughs)

For sure. Can you tell us how the cover appearance came about?
Well, I have an agency (L.A. Direct Models), so my agency sent me to the Hustler studios. I went there and they took some pictures of me, and they called my agency back for a photo shoot. And, that’s what happened. (Laughs)

Very cool. And you also have a feature photo spread in the issue as well, is that right?
Oh yes, I do.

Going back a little bit, can you tell us how you initially became interested – and now involved – in the adult industry?
Well, I had always been curious about the adult industry. I found it fascinating how people could express their sexuality, have fun and be open with it. I felt like that was me – I could do that. I could express myself and entertain other people at the same time.

And how long have you been involved in the business?
I started in August, so I’m fairly new.

nataliahustlercoverHave you enjoyed your time in the industry thus far?
Oh, yeah! I find it very fun and interesting.

Do you have any long-term aspirations in mind for your career?
I just want to do the best I can. Whatever happens, happens.

You attended the Exxxotica New Jersey convention earlier this month, is that right?
Yeah. It was very fun. I met a lot of different people. I met a lot of different models. I also met a lot of producers and photographers. It was really fun and interesting. I was expecting it to be like that and it came true – my expectations came true.

Very nice. Was that the first convention you had been to?
Yeah, that was my first convention.

Who have been some of your favorite studios and performers to work with thus far?
So far, I only have experience working with companies owned by Manwin. I like all of them – I can’t complain about any company I have worked with. They all treat me very fair and they are all really nice. They respect me and they share the same views of the porn industry as me. So, everything seems to be okay. (Laughs)

Are there any companies or talent whom you haven’t had a chance to work with that you would like to in the future?
I would like to shoot for Jules Jordan or Wicked or Vivid. All those companies are great; I would be lucky to shoot with them.

nataliastarr101
Prior to your entry into adult entertainment, did you have any preconceived notions about the business that you have discovered to be untrue now that you are a part of it?
I thought it was much harder, to tell you the truth. I thought the sex scenes would be more intense and more choreographed. But they’re not. It’s like, “Do whatever you feel like – whatever makes you hot and whatever makes you feel good.” So, I was expecting it to be more choreographed than it is.

On the flip side, are there any misconceptions from those outside the industry that bother you?
They think that all porn stars are stupid and they have issues and what not. Which is not true. They think that we’re just crazy and we don’t care, but we actually do care about our bodies. (Laughs) People are so silly.

(Laughs) Absolutely. May I ask a few questions about yourself as a person if that’s alright?
Oh, yeah! I’ll try to answer them. (Laughs)

(Laughs) Great – thank you. Can you tell us where you were raised and how you would describe yourself growing up?
I was born in Poland and I came to America when I was seven years old; I lived in Brooklyn in New York City. Then, I moved to Queens to an ethnic area, so I grew up with a lot of mixed people. So, I didn’t grow up with my own race, I didn’t grow up with Polish people. I grew up with all different kinds of people, so that made me more open with other people and I guess it made me appreciate everything more. I’m attracted to Spanish guys and black guys personally. (Laughs)*

* watch out as I feel Natalia will soon appear on BlacksOnBlondes site and other IR-related flicks. One of the main reason the party girl with shy demeanor is doing porn is so she can indulge wholeheartedly in her unbridled love for black cocks. Hopefully she will convert her BFF Teal Conrad to the 'dark side' as well. I want to see the girls on Jules Jordan production getting gang-banged of white-ebony kind with Anal and DP thrown in for good measure.
How about interests and hobbies away from work?Usually, outside of work, I just stay home with my sister and her husband. Sometimes we go out with our friends. We don’t do anything crazy; sometimes we go out to clubs or go out to dinner like regular people. We don’t have orgies and fuck each other all the time, as people think, or a big orgy party 24/7. (Laughs)

nataliastarr110(Laughs) Right. How about favorites – favorite T.V. shows, movies, musical artists and things like that?
I like the Big Bang Theory. It’s one of my favorite shows, I watch it all the time. Whenever I get the chance, I try to watch it.
And I like this U.K. show – it’s called Skins. It’s about teenagers getting crazy doing drugs, partying, having sex and what not. It’s a pretty crazy show. They tried to remake it in the United States – exact episodes, exact theme – but with American actors. It just didn’t work. The U.K. version was so much better. I started watching the American one and I’m like, “It is so bad!” (Laughs)
Music – I like all kinds of music. I listen to country, rock, hip hop, jazz; I like piano-playing. I like all music. I don’t know – I’m weird. (Laughs)

(Laughs) Is there one thing about yourself that you think would surprise a lot of people?
I masturbate a lot. (Laughs) I don’t know if that would surprise people. (Laughs)

(Laughs) We spoke about your Hustler cover earlier, but are there any other current or upcoming projects that you would like to mention?
I’ve been shooting a lot, so there are going to be a lot of movies coming out. And I always update my fans on what movies are coming out on my Twitter as soon as I find out from the producers or the directors. I make sure I tell my fans to go watch it. (Laughs)

To finish up, is there anything you wish to say to readers?
Just to be open, be free and watch porn – and watch me. (Laughs)

(Laughs) Very cool. Thank you for taking some time to speak with me today and congratulations on accomplishing so much since you entered the adult industry. I wish you the best in the future and have a great day.

Thank you so much!

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Ashley Bell in Sparks (2012) : Official Movie Trailer
A superhero noir thriller about a masked vigilante, Ian Sparks, who discovers the dark side to heroism. Going after the nation's most notorious super criminal leaves Sparks' life and reputation in ruins.
The feature film version brings together two of Hollywood's rising stars Chase Williamson (John Dies At The End) and Ashley Bell (The Last Exorcism) who are supported by award winning actors Clancy Brown (Highlander, The Shawshank Redemption), Clint Howard (How the Grinch Stole Christmas), Jake Busey (Starship Troopers) and William Katt (Carrie, The Greatest American Hero)
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Marina Squerciati as Dawn
Marina Squerciati
* When the hell Sparks is coming out? Been waiting to see Ashley Bell in kick-ass superhero costume. Ashley is only 26 but tends to look much older, very MILF-y on red-carpet or celebs events. But it's different story in movies (with possible exception of The Last Exorcism). She is a daughter of Hollywood and knows the ins and outs of the biz like back of her hand. She is very picky if you peeked through her film resume. Maybe I'm wrong (correct me if I'm in error) but Sparks movie is Ashley's first 'nude' (bare back) love scene on-cam.
Female lead is divided between Ashley Bell in first half of the story and later Marina Squerciati as Dawn. Marina is a talented stage actor who dabbles occasionally on silver screen. Expect Marina to turn up nude in very near future on a cable show.


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eXtinction is an environmental art short that brings together powerful storytelling and stirring imagery.
It reveals that the most pressing environmental issues are not happening thousands of years from now, but are in fact happening within our lifetime — and specifically, on the timeline of one young woman’s life, from birth to death.
CLAYTON HASKELL (director) takes viewers on a visually stunning journey through space and time, while SUMMER RAYNE OAKES (Producer/Writer/Actress) breathes fervent passion and emotion to the piece through her own personal story and life.
eXtinction highlights ten of the most pressing environmental issues in the world and it’s up to all of us to take action. Visit the website extinctionfilm.tumblr.com/impact to find out how you can make a difference.

* Summer is an active Vimeo user. She also uploaded recent Pirelli BTS interview here.

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Teen Nudist Q-and-A

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'Fifty Shades of Grey' moves evangelicals beyond black and white sexuality


Ask Kelley Taylor, a Southern Baptist college student, if she's opened the steamy pages of "Fifty Shades of Grey," and she has a ready response.

"Some of my friends have read it but I decided not to because I just heard about the content and didn't think it was something I should be reading," said the North Carolina State University senior, who is majoring in wildlife biology. "I think that it's kind of contrary to what the Bible says about fleeing from sexual lust and temptation."

Taylor is not alone. Many evangelical women say they wouldn't touch the best-selling book, often described as "mommy porn" because of its escapist appeal to working mothers and suburban housewives. But evangelical leaders also realize that some members of their churches and Bible studies can't resist.

A month ago, worried that the book – the first in a trilogy and the basis of a highly-anticipated movie adaptation – could harm Christian marriages, leaders at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary hosted a closed-door women's meeting on what it all means and what churches should do about it.

"I think they're asking first of all,'Is it truly pornography?'" said Terri Stovall, dean of women's programs at the seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. Stovall moderated the session for the school's young women, who often are married to ministers or are single and pursuing ministry themselves. "We say yes it is because it creates pictures in your head."

Many of the sexual practices featured in the book – such as bondage, domination, sadism and masochism, or BDSM for short – were described during the meeting. "Especially my single students, they were,'Oh, my goodness,'" said Stovall.

But she said that reaction shows why they needed to talk about the book, even as many prominent women leaders cautioned against reading it.

Religious broadcaster Pat Robertson recently asked his female co-host about the book, expressing his "shock" that the paperback is selling at such a rapid-fire pace.

"You're a sweet, Christian girl – lady," he told Kristi Watts in early November on the Christian Broadcasting Network's "The 700 Club." "Do you see anything in porn that attracts you at all?"

"That is not an issue for me, thank you very much," responded an incredulous Watts.

Stovall said that closing one's eyes to the phenomenon just isn't a good option for evangelical women. "If they don't know it and we can't talk about it, they're going to get caught out in ministry blindsided."

In some parts of the evangelical world others are even trying to move beyond using the novel only as a cautionary tale. Instead they want to explore what the book's prominence can bring to Christian conversations about healthy sexuality.

In an interview for an upcoming issue of the magazine of the American Association of Christian Counselors, author Shannon Ethridge warned against a throwing-the-baby-out-with-the-bathwater mentality.

"I do not believe fantasy about one's spouse within a Christian marriage is sinful, but can signify a healthy sexual relationship," said Ethridge, author of a new response to the trilogy titled "The Fantasy Fallacy," released by evangelical publisher Thomas Nelson.

"However," she added, "fantasizing about individuals other than one's spouse (fictional characters included), serves no healthy or holy purpose."

Ethridge also does not recommend what she says some women have done: instruct husbands what to touch and say during sex because "That's what Christian Grey would do," referring to the male protagonist in the series who has a relationship with college student Anatasia Steele.

In fact, the BDSM aspects of the book are the most troubling parts for many evangelicals and are providing an opportunity for Christians to speak out about such practices.

"To find sexual arousal through the domination of women, regardless of who you are, is incredibly unhealthy," said Mimi Haddad, president of Christians for Biblical Equality, an organization that supports equal gender roles.

She suggests a biblical alternative: the eroticism in the Song of Solomon, which tells of a woman "continually taking initiative" in a sexual relationship with a shepherd.

Susie Hawkins, author of "From One Ministry Wife to Another," points to another part of Scripture, in 1 Corinthians, which opposes sexual immorality and speaks of a woman's body belonging to her husband and vice versa.

"A lot of Christian women say that this book ("Fifty Shades of Grey") has spiced up their marriage but you have to realize you're bringing another person in there, another party," said Hawkins, who was a panelist at the Southwestern women's forum. "That's just not a road that is going to lead to contentment."

She hopes more churches and ministries will have discussions like the Southwestern forum and not fear talking about something people have already read or are considering reading.

"Lead the way. If you don't, they will be swayed," she recommends. "It's messy and it's gross and you don't want to put it in your own mind but we have to do that."

But Marissa Elliott, a Boston-area adjunct literature professor and an evangelical Christian, said she has trouble understanding what all the fuss is about.

"The only thing that upset me was the quality of writing," said Elliott, who read the book about a month ago and considered it no better than your average beach novel.

Elliott, who admits she is probably an atypical evangelical, says the book hardly deserves a glowing recommendation. But it shouldn't be branded a marriage destroyer either.

"If people are going to take that and then look at their own marriage and say,'Why don't I have this?' they're forgetting that this is fiction," she said. "It's supposed to be enticing and engaging and interesting and paint this very intense picture."

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