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June 11th, 2009
Dane Hart Discuss: Why Objectifying works!

Justifying Objectifying

4 comments to “Dane Hart Discuss: Why Objectifying works!”

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    My God, you two are funny. And dare I say, just as easily amused as I am?

    THANKS FOR THE SHOUT OUT! I’m so thrilled, I can’t explain it, even though I’m a writer and it’s my job to think of words and stuff.

    So sad to hear Megan won’t be in DC, but I hope to meet her one of these days!


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    Mmmm cops! My next erotic short is going to center around cops. Squee! It’s the hero mentality.

    Oh yes…the priest. (nods) Thornbirds is one of my favorite movies ever!

    Oh I love the brother’s best friend crush! We have a LOT of the same favorites!

    A teacher AND a priest? Oh. MY. Gravy. I’m so there!

    Such a fun post!


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    The unattainable person – great storyline. I think some books make it a little too easy to it’s not believable.
    This made me want to re-read Wuthering Heights, but I don’t know. (It took me 6 weeks to read, which is an ungodly period of time.)

    And – class – I always have a little trouble with this one, even though I know it’s true. I think one thing is money is often associated with class; but then, a number of the Hollywood super stars are and were “regular” people or come from regular families. Which is really different from the old school money, or peerage across the pond. I often think “big deal he’s a duke” or something like that – but… yeah it is a whole other world, the people with four houses and boats and ~1 million dollar a year country club memberships.


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    Victoria – yes easily amused, LOL. And I did love the book so it’s not hard to gush about something you love. See you in DC!

    Nancy – Brother’s best friend storylines are one of my very favorites!

    LC – Class is one of the remaining divides in the world. I don’t mean just money – I mean the world someone like Roman Lyons lives in is totally different to the world Abbie lives in and she’s a barrister. How do you bridge that gap? I’m fascinated by different worlds people inhabit and how that forms their perceptions and experiences.





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