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Am I old enough to read this? I am 15... A Game of... Q&AWhy wouldnt I let them? Besides, they wouldnt even ask my permission to read a book, no one does that. Its not like I could stop them, either, if they really wanted to read it, they would just get it from the library. What I have heard about it is that its so badly written that its ridiculous and even the sex scenes are not very sexy and actually pretty lame, so I would only hope they would have a better taste than that. Also as teenagers they are soon expected to make decisions about their own sex life (and education etc.), whether they want to have sex and when and with whom, so not letting them read a book about the subject would feel pretty strange.
The worst thing about the book seems to be that it misrepresents BDSM lifestyle and glorifies abusive behaviour but I believe they would recognise that, too. Its probably not the only book with equally bad characters, after all its Twilight fanfiction. (And I read a discussion about the book from a teen forum, they were mainly girls, and this is exactly what they said about it, too. They were laughing at it and calling it softporn for sexually frustrated middle-aged housewives... Basically the book and its readers were a joke for them. They seemed to think that even erotica should be better written. )
And yes, I probably live in another world, we dont have helicopter parents and children are learning independence from an early age and also learning to control their own behaviour. As far as I know, reading a book has never hurt anyone seriously. Also my father lived through WWII as a child, saw enemy bombers over his home and heard them bombing a nearby town, so I guess his perspective was a bit different... Besides, I think the Game of Thrones TV series has the age limit at 16, so teenagers can legally watch it, too, its even coming from a free channel and is available online.
How to Play the Guessing Game, "Who Am I?"
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