Monday, January 20, 2020

Woody's A RAINY DAY IN NEW YORK (2019): Amy, Gorgeous & Sexually Advanced, Performed Oral @ Bar Mitzvah

Woody Allen appears to have broken a record. A Rainy Day in New York (2019) contains not one, not two, not three but possibly four age-gap affairs:

After Gatsby (Timothée Chalamet) and Ashleigh (Elle Fanning), two Yardley college students, visit New York City, Ashleigh becomes infatuated with Roland Pollard (51-year-old Liev Schreiber), a famous film director, whom she is interviewing for the school's paper. Ashleigh said referring to Roland, "I can see why all the leading ladies fall in love with him."

Later in the film, Roland asked, "I want us to get to know each other Ashleigh. Would you consider coming with me to the South of France?"

That left Gatsby wondering, "What the hell is it about older guys that seem so appealing to women [...] All they are is [sic] decrepit. What's sexy about short term memory loss [...]"

Moments later, Gatsby ran into Chan (Selena Gomez), a fashion student at New York's Fashion Institute of Technology, who has a date with a "[...] very handsome, very rich [and] very clever" dermatologist. In addition, Chan is Amy's younger sister, and Amy was Gatsby's gorgeous and sexually advanced Jewish high school sweetheart. 

Gatsby shared, "Amy was gorgeous and so sexually advanced. Word on Amy was she performed oral sex at a Bar Mitzvah. I think they should make that a part of every Jewish holiday [...] And what a great Hanukkah gift."


While accompanied by Ashleigh, Ted Davidoff (46-year-old Jude Law), a writer, gets into an argument with his wife who assumes that Ashleigh is Ted's 15-year-old concubine.

Subsequently, Ashleigh meets the actor Francisco Vega (39-year-old Diego Luna). Francisco asked. "Do you have a boyfriend?" To which Ashleigh replied, "He's a mere youth." Consequently, after a joint and some whiskey, the age-gap couple proceeds to have sex until Francisco's girlfriend arrives unexpectedly. 

In the end, Gatsby summed up the movie well when he said to Ashleigh, "You were loved spiritually, emotionally, and physically by three different gifted men."

Saturday, January 18, 2020

VICE's Teen Teleiophile Billie JD Porter: Old Men Are Greater Than Boys

Billie JD Porter

An anonymous reader sent us Billie JD Porter's Vice memoir-like post "Billie JD Porter's Half-Life Story" where Porter, a British journalist, model and documentarian, shared aspects of her life as a nymphet. Here are some relevant excerpts:

YOUTH (AGE 10–12)

Porter went to "[...] a fucking terrible school, EGA, nicknamed “Every Girl Available”. EGA had only just turned single sex in an attempt to try and improve the behaviour [sic], but it hadn’t worked." The separation of the sexes didn't work because "[...] lots of boys snuck into lessons."


"I started dating the son of Pinhead from Hellraiser (cool!!!!) and almost got fingered, but didn’t."


At 14, Porter related that she was "[...] hanging around and ["transient binge"] drinking Aftershock with emos on Camden Lock during the day [...]" 


When Porter was between 14 and 15, she realized that old men were greater than boys: "I lost my virginity to a socially inept drum ’n’ bass DJ who brought our pet goldfish to his sets at Fabric. It died, just like our love, when I fucked a more successful DJ and realised [sic] old men > boys." (Note: If you don't remember from math class, > is the greater than symbol.)

LOL-ITA (15)

Porter's confessed that her Lolita phase was her favorite:

"My precocious nature and snaggletooth started to attract lots of older guys. I spent a good year or so rinsing rich men for drinks and drugs with my friend Amy Green. We spent a lot of time in hotel bars hanging out with investment bankers from Dubai, forcing them to take us for rides in their yellow Ferraris and pay for our Champagne Shimmers. Sometimes we wound up smoking weed with Eurotrash and other times we found ourselves at awkward lock-ins at cocktail bars with lawyers. I remember one man wheezing in my ear, “You’re the fire of my loins” (he really said that). But for all the midlife crises we had to pretend to sympathise [sicwith and the Old Spice we had to inhale, that was probably my favourite [sic“phase” of life so far. Classy."


Did you know that the age of consent in the UK is the same as it is across the Hudson in New Jersey.

"Sixteen! I could finally stop lying about my age and worrying about turning everyone I hook up with into a statutory rapist! Hooray! Although, once you’ve started lying about your age, it’s hard to stop while keeping your story straight [...]"


When Porter was 17, she slept in the basement of a New York City deli. Why? She wrote, "I lost my phone and had $50 to last three weeks."


Porter wrote: "I’d travelled [sica bit. I had a short-lived television career under my belt [...]" Porter wasn't specific, but we're assuming that she was referring to her stint as the 18-year-old host of UK's The Joy of Teen Sex (Channel 4 [UK])

Sunday, January 12, 2020

"The New York Review of Books" & Meek's TO CALAIS, IN ORDINARY TIME: Exchanging Teen [Nymphet] Wives

We have more sources than we can keep up with and consequently, we have not used The New York Review of Books as a source - until now. 

We have a free subscription and only ten pages into our first issue we read of a review of James Meek's To Calais, in Ordinary Time where:

"It is 1348, Berna has stolen a book from her father's library, and now she is getting the gardener to cut her a rose from the grounds of their manor house in Gloucestershire [...] Her father is forcing Berna, who is fifteen, to marry a man of fifty. In exchange, Berna's father will be gifted the groom's daughter as his new young wife."

Saturday, January 11, 2020

SQUARE PEGS: "Out of Control" Jewish Teens, Drugs, & DEVO Musicians

We read about Anne Beatts in Jen Chaney's New York Magazine (January 6-19, 2020) piece "Anne Beatts Was Always More Interesting Than John Hughes". Chaney related that "Beatts got her start by working at National Lampoon [...]" And "[s]he was also a member of the original writing staff of Saturday Night Live (SNL)  [...]" Eventually, Beatts left SNL and created and produced Square Pegs - a CBS teen situation-comedy starring 17-yea-old Sarah Jessica Parker. 

Chaney made two relevant reverences: "[...] a New Wave-themed bat mitzvah [episode] that featured the actual band Devo performing "That's Good." and "[...] a 1984 TV Guide expose titled "Anatomy of a Failure: How Drugs, Ego, and Chaos Helped Kill Square Pegs" [...] [after one season (1982-1983)]."

The Cast of Square Pegs & Devo
Those references led us to Gwen Ihnat's AV Club article "Behind-the-scenes chaos derailed Square Pegs’ new-wave promise" where she shared that: "[...] Square Pegs was billed as a show “about the problems, joys, and experiences of being young and in [Weemawee] high school” (Beatts based the series on her own adolescence) [...]"

Ihnat reported that Unlike Happy Days, Square Pegs' actors were actual teens and Ihnat opined that the bat mitzvah episode where Devo performed "That's Good" was "downright Shakespearean".

Ihnat linked to a Heeb magazine article that connected the show's teens, drugs and Devo:

When DEVO appeared on ’80s sitcom, Square Pegs (which starred Sarah Jessica Parker), they whipped everyone—from the censors to the actresses—into a frenzy. On the episode, the band headlines a “New Wave Bat Mitzvah.” Tame stuff, but behind the scenes—safe from the gaze of its teeny-boppin’ following—it was pretty wild.

“The girls were out of control—they were doing drugs and they were making out and they were coming on to us in a big way,” says Gerald V. Casale, DEVO bassist/synthesizer player. The musician vaguely recalls doing coke with Jami Gertz and SJP in the talent trailers. 

“They might have been 15 or 16, but in their heads they were already 40. I don’t think there was a virgin on the set, except maybe a couple of the guys,” he adds.

He [34-year-old Casale] had the hots for [17-year-old] Jami Gertz, who played [14-year-old] Bat Mitzvah girl Muffy Tepperman. “Why didn’t I do something about that?” he says.

Edgar Allan Poe's "The Oval Portrait": An Enthralling Young Bride

Chelsea Hodson made a reference to Jean-Luc Godard's Vivre Sa Vie (1962) in Tonight I'm Someone. And Godard made a reference to Edgar Allan Poe's short story "The Oval Portrait". 

Here's the Wikipedia plot summary:

The tale begins with an injured narrator [...] seeking refuge in an abandoned mansion in the Apennines. The narrator spends their time admiring the paintings that decorate the strangely shaped room and perusing a volume, found upon a pillow, that describes them.

Upon moving the candle closer to the book, the narrator immediately discovers a before-unnoticed painting depicting the head and shoulders of a young girl. The picture inexplicably enthralls the narrator "for an hour perhaps" [...] The narrator eagerly consults the book for an explanation of the picture [...]

The book describes a tragic story involving a young maiden of "the rarest beauty". She loved and wedded an eccentric painter who cared more about his work than anything else in the world, including his wife.

The painter eventually asked his wife to sit for him, and she obediently consented, sitting "meekly for many weeks" in his turret chamber.

The painter worked so diligently at his task that he did not recognize his wife's fading health, as she, being a loving wife, continually "smiled on and still on, uncomplainingly".

As the painter neared the end of his work, he let no one enter the turret chamber and rarely took his eyes off the canvas, even to watch his wife.

After "many weeks had passed," he finally finished his work. As he looked on the completed image, however, he felt appalled, as he exclaimed, "This is indeed Life itself!" Thereafter, he turned suddenly to regard his bride and discovered [...]

And here's a link to the short story.

Tuesday, January 7, 2020

Hodson's TONIGHT I'M SOMEONE ELSE: A Sexually Explicit [Pre] Teen

Along with two stacks of other paperbacks, Ashleah Gonzales (@ashleahelena) gifted Kendall Jenner Tonight I'm Someone Else by Chelsea Hodson. The green post-it on the paperback reads: 

This is my FAVORITE BOOK! 
you Should Start here!

Here's part of Amazon's description of Hodson essays:

From graffiti gangs and Grand Theft Auto to sugar daddies, Schopenhauer, and a deadly game of Russian roulette, in these essays, Chelsea Hodson probes her own desires to examine where the physical and the proprietary collide. She asks what our privacy, our intimacy, and our own bodies are worth in the increasingly digital world of liking, linking, and sharing.

Here are the relevant excerpts:

Hodson shared that when she went to an interview for a $8 per hour filing job, the Russian man, with a heavy accentasked, "You don't mind if I make massage?" Then "[...] he picked up the phone and began making an appointment. He put the phone on speaker and looked into my eyes as he asked the receptionist for the youngest masseuse they had."

Hodson wrote that when she was 12, she played Purple Moon, a computer game about navigating middle school. In addition, Hodso visited the game's online message board that "[...] attracted young girls who played the game, so men also joined the site with girly usernames and talked to me about sex." Hodson admitted that she wasn't repelled by the erotic messages, that she loved them and that her posts were sexually explicit: "I was not repelled by the messages: in fact, I loved them [...] I remember being as explicit as the men were being [...]"

Like a number of teen girls, Hodson and her middle school friends had a major crush on a member of a boy band. Hodson's crush was on Brian of the Back Street Boys. But the age gap between teens and members of boy bands isn't always obvious. Hodson wrote:

I knew how famous they were, and that they were in their twenties while we were only thirteen, but it's hard to explain how close they felt. I filled an entire wall with magazine photos of the Backstreet Boys, and I looked at them with such focus and for such long periods of time that it became like a prayer. It was the first time in my life that I remember feeling physical side effects of longing --- I preferred to ache than to feel nothing at all [...]

When Hodson was 17, she invited Tyler, a college-aged lead-singer in a local band, to her house while her parents were out of town:

[...] Tyler rubbed his jeans against my jeans like someone lighting a hundred matches in a row. I closed my eyes and came, and then I asked Tyler if he wanted to go ahead and take my virginity. He said, I'd just feel too bad, and I didn't ask again.

There was another Chelsea at Hodson's high school who: "[...] lured boys into her bedroom by saying, I want to show you something. [...] She was beautiful enough that the boys would have gone into her room even if she didn't have a line, or if her line was a murder threat, but there each of my friends went, one by one, disappearing into the other Chelsea.

Hodson met Bianca, a blonde 13-year-old, at beach camp on Catalina Island.  Bianca was "effortlessly cool". Her favorite movie was Welcome to the Dollhouse: "So then he [Brandon, a middle-school bully] says to her [eleven-and-a-half-year-old Dawn], three o'clock, I'm gonna rape you, Bianca said laughing." And "What's under your towel anyway, Will [a fellow camper]? Bianca asked, and added, Chelsea's never seen a dick; let her see it." 

After camp ended, Hodson regretted not having a teen lipstick lesbian affair with Bianca: "I wish I could say Bianca and I traveled through the night and the tall grass, desire clearing our path, stronger than a machete. I wish I could say we held hands or kissed or touched in some way as soon as we were alone."

Lastly, Hodson referenced Der Fan, the 1982 German film, where "[...] Simone is a high school girl who falls in love with a famous pop star, known to the world only as R." 

Interestingly, Tonight I'm Someone Else showed up in a stack of books in the last scene of
the last episode of Netflix's You (season 2).

And Kendall Jenner reading the essays was featured in New York Magazine's Approval Matrix (January 6-19, 2020).

Monday, December 30, 2019

Faw's ULTRALUMINOUS: A Teen Bartering Sex

Some of the books that we review are focused on nympholepsy (e.g., Emily Prager's Roger Fishbite) while others are peppered with nympholepsy (e.g., Lauren Myracle's ttyl). Katherine Faw's Ultraluminous is of the latter sort but very much worth a post.

Here's part of Alexandra Schwartz's description of Faw's Ultraluminous that was posted on The New Yorker:

[...] the novel’s narrator is chiefly motivated by heroin. She’s a high-end prostitute who has just returned to New York after ten years in Dubai, and quickly establishes a roster of clients: “art guy,” who lives in a luxury condo in Williamsburg and takes her gallery-hopping; “calf’s brain guy,” who takes her to exotic dinners at trendy restaurants; “junk-bond guy,” now retired to the apartment he shares with his unsuspecting wife on the Upper West Side; and “the guy who buys me things,” who takes her shopping at Prada and Hermès. [...] “Ultraluminous” is a sort of “American Psycho” from the prostitute’s point of view, a damning, often hilarious account of toxic masculinity and Wall Street money culture.

And here are the relevant excerpts:

K, the narrator, shared that she began prostituting as a teen:

I was terrified of the first man who paid me. I was eighteen. It was my first time overseas. He took me to a restaurant that I would learn to make fun of but only later. I was convinced they could tell, the driver, the waiters, the hotel staff, him. I wanted to appear professional [...] 

But K exchanged sex in a bartering transaction before she was 14:

The first man I ever had sex with was British. He didn't pay me but it was an exchange. He was the manager of a club I wanted to get into [...] It was on Bleecker and Thompson. I lied and told him I was fourteen [...] 

But K first learned of her (sexual) power when she was 12:

I was twelve. It was the first warm day after four brutal months and I walked down Avenue B, all arms and legs, and suddenly I had this power. Since then it hasn't stopped.

This is how K was enticed into prostitution:

I was dumb like any eighteen-year-old. This girl told me her friend's sister did it. She said she went over there for one year and made enough money that she wouldn't have to work for five. 
"You have to do all the pervert shit, not just fuck them. You have to do whatever they want. Like old men, like with harems."
"I get it," I said.
"They buy you stuff, too, whatever you want," she said.
We were doing coke in the bathroom at a club in Chelsea where we were both bottle girls. 

Interestingly, when K was 10 or 11, a man inappropriately assumed she was a prostitute:

I was on the subway without my mother and in the crush before the doors opened a man stuck his hand up my skirt and grabbed my crotch and asked how much I cost. I was wearing one of my outlandish outfits but in an instant all my confidence disappeared. I knew it was my fault. I had rolled the waist on the skirt, twice. I remember his hoarse, bossy whisper in my ear. I remember it being a new sound. I was ten or eleven. 

Schwartz started her New Yorker piece by sharing that she devoured - no “inhaled” Ultraluminous.

Sunday, December 29, 2019

YOU Season 2: Everybody Wants to Fuck the 15-Year-Old [Teen]

Netflix's season 1 of You was written very similarly to Kepnes' novel. However, compared to Hidden Bodies - Kepnes' follow up to You, season 2 of the streaming series has at least one notable additional subplot. And You have probably guessed that the added for entertainment subplot involves nympholepsy.

In episode 3 of season 2, Joe confronts Ellie Alves, his 15-year-old neighbor and aspiring filmmaker, about "chasing an internship" with Henderson, a famous much older comedian. Joe advises Ellie, because Delila, Ellie's older sister and reporter, informed Joe that when she was 17, she was drugged with GHB, raped and photographed in Henderson's sex dungeon. (Of course, the writers choose 17 because the age of consent in California is 18.)

Ellie didn't take Joe's advice well and assumed that he wanted her to call him Daddy, she asked him if he wanted to "fuck" her, and she shared, "Everybody wants to fuck the 15-year-old!" ]

Upon further inspection (episode 4), it was discovered by Joe that, in addition to Delila, Henderson had drugged, rapped and photographed a number of nymphets.

Some critics criticized this subplot. For example, Jessica Goldstein wrote for Vulture:

[In terms of] Henderson’s alleged predation of underage girls and Joe’s status as Ellie’s savior from said scumbag. I’m just not really into Me Too stories as the plot device of the minute, as if this actually seismic and deeply meaningful and still-unfurling social movement is just a trend whose 15 minutes will be up any minute now. Is You, an intentionally over-the-top show, really the best vehicle for a plot about something this fraught and nuanced?

Thursday, December 26, 2019

TEEN VOGUE: A Guide to Anal Sex [for Nymphets]

Update | 12/26/19 [8:27 PM]: On the day after Christmas, Teen Vogue decided to tweet a link to "A Guide to Anal Sex [for Nymphets]". Unsurprisingly, the tweet is trending. 

In the vein of Tavi Gevinson's Rookie, Teen Vogue has posted "A Guide to Anal Sex [for Teens]", which: "is anal 101, for teens, beginners, and all inquisitive folk."

Gigi Engle, the post's author, wrote that the post has: "[...] everything you need to know about butt stuff, no matter who you are, whom you’re having sex with, or who you want to have sex with.

We know that that is an hyperbole, because as the age-gap widens, so does the displeasure. However, orthodox Jews and Muslims would say that anal sex should be avoided between all age groups.

We're a bit surprised by the backlash that Teen Vogue and Gigi Engle has receive, because nymphet anal sex has been portrayed in films and television shows for years.

And the Bradley Hasbro Children's Research Center found that anal sex is on the rise among teens. The rise was attributed to the ease of social mores, which Cory Silverberg, a sexuality educator, attributed to the proliferation of pornography.

Pornhub's Butterfly Effect: [Pre] Teens Watching [Free] Porn

New York magazine's The Best Podcasts of 2019 listed at number 9 Jon Ronson's The Last Days of August, which focuses on the suicide of porn actress August Ames. However, we were intrigued by the article's mention of Ronson's The Butterfly Effect podcast, which the article described as a "[...] fascinating 2017 journey into a porn industry that's been reshaped by the internet [...]"

The Butterfly Effect relates the butterfly effect (i.e., repercussions) of Fabian Thylmann's Pornhub - a popular free streaming porn website. 

One butterfly effect is bespoke pornography, because there's less paid work in the pornography industry due to the proliferation of free porn. Thus, filmmakers, cameramen and actresses make money by making custom films for clients. 

Another butterfly effect is that nymphets have access to the proliferation of free porn on their smartphones. 

Now let's see how the podcast brought the two butterfly effects together:

Kelly, a former bank appraiser, received a call from her 13-year-old daughter who had discovered via her classmates that her mother was a porn actress. Kelly's daughter was having lunch while her 8th grade schoolmates were watching pornographic videos of her mother. 

When Kelly informed her 17-year-old daughter that she's a porn actress, Kelly's daughter asked, "So, I shouldn't look at MILF porn anymore? So, are you like Lisa Ann or Julie Ann?"

Kelly replied, "How do you even know those people?!"

Ronson interviewed Lisa Ann  who lived in Times Square so that the excitement of Times Square would help prevent her from being the excitement. 

Ronson stated, "Back in the 90s, she'd only get recognized on the streets by adults. But now."
Ann elaborated, "Oh yeah, I have 12, 13 and 14-year-olds walking up to me. They'll walk up to me in public and say, 'Can we fuck?'"

In addition, Ronson reported that some female students at the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary have a Friday night Shame Eradication group where the coeds share their most shameful secrets. Marissa shared that she had a porn addiction that started when she was in the 6th grade. Her fellow group members assured her, "You're not alone." 

Saturday, December 21, 2019

Netflix's INSATIABLE: Teen Patty Seduces a DILF

Here's Wikipedia's plot summary for the Netflix's Insatiable:

Patty Bladell is a teenager who was constantly bullied in school for being overweight. After being on a liquid diet for three months over summer vacation because of a freak accident, she is now thin and seeks revenge on her bullies. A disgraced civil lawyer and obsessed beauty pageant coach, Bob Armstrong, notices Patty's potential and sets out to turn her into a pageant queen.

We read a number of plot summaries for the dark comedy, but none of them mentioned that 17-year-old Patty attempts to seduce Bob. Bob shared, "I had no idea she wanted to seduce me." Insatiable was surrounded by controversy due to ‘fat-shaming’, but no one seemed to voice any opposition to Patty's attraction to her coach.

Here are some examples of Patty's attraction to Bob:

Patty opines, referring to Bob, "He's a man and a total DILF (i.e., Dad I'd Love (to) Fuck)."

When Patty is told that Bob was (falsely) accused of being a child molester, she replied,"Which means I might actually have a shot!"

Patty justified her attempt to seduce Bob by stating, "Cleopatra had seduced some much older man, but I preferred a more contemporary role model. Drew Barrymore as Amy Fisher (i.e., the Long Island Lolita) - the greatest seductress in American history. " 

She asked Bob, "Can I call you Daddy?"

And she planned, "In a couple of months I'd be 18, and then Bob's resting anus face wife would be the only thing left standing in my way."

The credits of the first episode relates that the series is based on Jeff Chu's New York Times article "The Pageant King of Alabama", but, interestingly, there is no mention of a potential age-gap affair in the source. Thus, unsurprisingly, the allure of the nymphet was added for entertainment. 

Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Joyce Carol Oates' FIRST LOVE: Pre-Teen BDSM

Here's part of the plot summary from the dust jacket of the hardback of Joyce Carol Oates' First Love [French: Premier amour]:

Josie S- has come with her mother Delia to live in her great-aunt Esther Burkhardt's house in upstate New York. Also living there is Josie's cousin, Jared, Jr., on leave from the Presbyterian seminary. Preoccupied with his studies, impeccably dressed in his starched white shirts, distant and mysterious, Jared, Jr. is an intriguing figure to Josie's curious and impressionable young mind. One summer afternoon, when Josie encounters Jared, Jr. at the riverbank behind the Burkhardt house, dark secrets are shared between them as an unnatural love blooms.

Amazon elaborates with: [First Love is] a dark tale of adolescent love, divided family loyalties, psychological manipulation, and betrayal in the story of eleven-year-old Josie and her relationship with an intriguing, twenty-five-year-old cousin, Jared. 

And Publishers Weekly adds some details:

Oates's compelling Gothic tale [...] is an intense, perfervid study of child sexual abuse, religious hypocrisy and family breakdown. Eleven-year-old Josie and her ruthlessly self-centered mother, Delia, spend a summer at the weather-worn house of Josie's angry, forbidding great-aunt Esther Burkhardt [...] Esther's gaunt, solitary, compulsively clean grandson, Jared Jr., a bookish 25-year-old seminary student, repeatedly preys on Josie, sexually violating her, taunting her in a low, hypnotic voice. He cuts her stomach with a broken clamshell, forces her to lick her own blood to seal their bond as cousins, shows her porno photos of tortured, naked girls and terrifies her into silence with his threats.

Here's an excerpt from Oates' First Love:

"Don't hurt me! Oh please...." You hear yourself begging, but Jared pays no heed. Slowly and ceremoniously [...] he undresses you --- pulling your sleeveless t-shirt off over your head, tugging down your cotton shorts, nylon panties [...] He lifts it [a broken clam shell] its sharp edge against your breastbone and you wince [...] between your little breasts, and again pressing, pressing --- and this time you cry, "Oh!" as the blood springs out and runs down your chest. And Jared holds you tight murmuring good girl, good girl touching the seeping blood, licking his fingertips then forcing them into your mouth, too. You almost gag, but you don't

John Pistelli shared that First Love: [...] ends when she refuses to participate in Jared’s desire to make her his accomplice in preying on the poor children of their town for the purposes of child pornography, rape, and murder. 

Lastly, Kirkus Reviews opined of First Love: Oates at her best--and a happy reminder that she remains one of our foremost chroniclers of childhood's awakening and woman's fate.

Sunday, December 15, 2019

[Instagram] Teens Love & Want to Fuck James Franco

I Wanna Bang You So Bad James

Approximately, two year ago James Franco deleted his #JamesFrancoTV social media accounts and his Rando Franco app from iTunes and the Play Store. 

However, before he did that we published the blog "Teens Love and Want to F*ck James Franco" where we posted screenshots from Franco's since deleted Instagram account. 


Here are some of the Notes & Observations from the blog:

1. The comments we used are only samples. There were hundreds of similar comments, but Instagram's comments are dynamic (i.e., what's displayed changes as more comments are posted.) and it appears that the full list of comments can only be viewed by the owner of the account.

2. Comments were posted by almost every race, ethnicity and major religion (e.g., Hispanic Catholic teen frequently commented.).

Someday I'll rape u

3. Raunchy comments were posted by girls as young as 11.

4. Teens and young women offered almost every form of sex to James Franco including anal.

5. All of the comments were not of a sexual nature. Franco was often praised for his artistic accomplishments.

6. The objective of this blog is to show that teens are often the initiators of age-gap relationships - not middle-aged men; however, it's the responsibility of men to avoid illegal age-gap relationships that may violate age of consent laws. 

fuckkkk me

7. If you're wondering what would make a teen offer sex to 38-year-old Franco, read the post based on Cohen's Dirty Little Secrets: Breaking the Silence on Teenage Girls and Promiscuity.

8. A number of the teens referred to Franco as "Daddy" or different variations of that term of endearment which isn't surprising after reading Friday's My Secret Garden: Women’s Sexual Fantasies.

Visit Teens Love and Want to F*ck James Franco for more screenshots from James Franco's Instagram account archive. 

Fuck me