The film "Fifty Shades of Grey" has enraged Christian conservatives because there have been reports of Christian women buying the book and going to the hit movie.
Benjamin Nolot, founder of Exodus Cry, spoke at Regent University's Center for Global Justice, which is funded by televangelist Pat Robertson, over the weekend.
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Nolot slammed "Fifty Shades of Grey" during the meeting and also on Robertson's cable channel CBN (video below).
Later, Robertson added, "The amazing thing about that Fifty Shades of Grey is 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," noted RawStory.com.
'It is an unbelievable story of sadomasochistic bondage of women," added Robertson. "Women are objects."
However, neither Nolot or Robertson mentioned that the sex in "Fifty Shades of Grey" is between two consenting adults.