Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Or, as the Print Headline Proclaims, "50 Shades of Green"

Sex Toy Shops Prepare for Tie-Ins to ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’. (The New York Times, 2/2/2015)

Even Target wants a piece of the action!

Text source:  The New York Times
Photo source:  LinkedIn

Related posts: 
'50 Shades of Grey', the soundtrack.  (8/9/2012)
Birmingham does '50 Shades' but Mobile does not.  (6/28/2012)
FDL adds '50 Shades' trilogy to its collection.  (6/25.2012)
50 Shades of Grey:  First the book, then the merchandise.  (6/24/2012)
Letter writer wants to clean up library's shelves.  (6/17/2012)
The sensible, professional response to the "50 Shades" questions.  (6/7/2012)
Champions of the right to read @ the Duxbury Public Library.  (6/3/2012)
Thanks, Helen, I don't know why some of our colleagues find this so hard to say.  (6/2/2012)
Harford County Public Library's "selective materials" policy.  (6/1/2012)
"50 Shades of Grey" @ the Roswell P. Flower Memorial Library.  (5/27/2012)
No "Shades of Grey" @ Fort Bend County Libraries. (5/26/2012)
Brevard County Public Library reverses its decision on "50 Shades". (5/26/2012)
A Woman's Touch is Riding the "50 Shades" Wave. (5/26/2012)
Is there some wiggle room in your collection development policy?  5/24/2012)
Have you dusted off your policy on erotica?  (5/22/2012)
Pulling "Shades" doesn't keep the noise out @ the Brevard County Public Library.  (5/15/2012)
"We do not collect erotica @ Gwinnett County Public Library"  (5/13/2012)
Will Fond du Lac residents now be clamoring for this books.  (4/12/2012)

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