​Lolo Jones Says She Doesn't Like '50 Shades' & Neither Does God

Oh geez. For someone who's been as outspoken about her sexuality (or lack thereof) as U.S. Olympian Lolo Jones, you'd think she'd keep her mouth shut when it comes to things like the sexy movie everyone is talking about. But the celebrity virgin recently came out and totally slammed Fifty Shades of Grey as a perversion of God's plan for sex.


The Dancing With the Stars alum (she was eliminated after just one episode in season 19) took to Twitter to share her sentiments on the Fifty Shades of Grey phenomenon.

She doesn't just have a problem with E.L. James' erotic novels and the movie that came out of it either, but the whole BDSM fantasy world in general. She continued her social media rant with this slight to anyone who's into a little bit of bondage.

Um ... no offense to Lolo or anything ... but how the heck does she know?

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The 32-year-old rose to fame not just by being a tremendous athlete, but also by being very outspoken about her virginity. Which is great for her -- really, really great. I would even call it virtuous, despite her pridefulness over it.

So why does she have the right to open about her sexuality, but fans of BDSM don't? If she doesn't want to be judged for her sexual preferences, she sure as heck shouldn't mock others for their.

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Besides, if you want to get really technical (spoilers ahead), Ana and Christian eventually get married and find tremendous emotional and spiritual healing through their sexual relationship. I'm pretty sure that's what God designed sex for -- to cement the bond between a husband and wife. Not saying God's totally down with the whole softcore porn aspect, but the central message of sexual healing through a monogamous relationship is in there.

It's one thing to say you don't care for something -- it's another to get super judgey with people who think differently than you.

What do you make of Lolo Jones' comments about Fifty Shades of Grey?


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