Fifty Shades of Socialist Feminism
Yes, Mr Grey. ALL men. Seattle, 2015. ‘He’s ready to see you now,’ says the well-dressed receptionist. I find myself wondering what she gets paid. Some people seem to get off on the constant presence of servile flunkies, and I make a note to actually talk to some of them later in this story. I have no idea why he has agreed to this interview with Red Rag – he must have had his people research our political leanings, and he knows we’re looking through his financial records, which are murky and confusing, just like Grey Holdings itself. They’ve got a point, though – Christian Grey is incredibly hot, and also really rich and successful, like Mark Zuckerberg if Mark Zuckerberg were incredibly hot. “Miss Gold,” he says. “Let’s keep this professional,” I say, turning on the recorder. “You’re a very sweet girl,” he says “And I’m sure you’re just waiting for someone to sweep you away from this mundane life of entry-level journalism. Christian Grey looks out the window broodingly. “Great.
Related: Féminisme (cinéma)
• Presse// media (sous-représentation, représentations etc)