Saturday, April 15, 2017

Teleiophiles Are Not Welcome

I saw this advertisement on an Uptown train and was initially shocked by the homoerotic questions. "Top? Bottom? Versatile?"  

Subsequently, I was shocked by "NO MATTER WHO YOU ARE OR WHAT YOU'RE INTO [...] Anyone 12 years and older can walk in [...]"

Wait, so no matter what type of sex a nymphet is into, she's welcome at NYC Sexual Health Clinics?

"We need to have people not to have any concerns about taking the step of walking into a clinic like this," [Health commissioner Mary] Bassett said. "We wanteveryone to be able to have a healthy and fulfilling sexual life, one that does not carry the burden of disease or fear." (Italics mine)

But, the health commissioner isn't including everyone in the $1 million bus kiosk and subway car ad campaign, because clearly teleiophiles aren't welcome. 

A nymphet could be like Shameless' Karen, a high school sophomore, who confessed at a Purity Ball that at the age of thirteen she started having oral sex with three or four boys. And she shared that she began to indulge in orgies and lesbian strap-on dildo sex by the 8th grade. 

However, if the nymphet got a STD from an (acting) ephebophile - even if the nymphet initiated the sex and they were married with her parent's consent, the ephebophile would be on the front page of the Post along with the nymphet's parents for giving consent. 

Bassett said, "We need to connect with the fact that people engage in sex because it's part of being human and fun."

But who determines what type of sex is "human"? A 12-year-old "bottom" is "human", but a teleiophile and her husband are inhuman? Are Elvis and Priscilla considered inhuman by the NYC Sexual Health department? And what would have happened to Elizabeth Taylor if she would have walked into a NYC clinic?

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Tuesday, March 28, 2017

[UPDATE] Famous Ephebophile: Elvis Presley

24-Year-Old Elvis Presley &14-Year-Old Priscilla Wagner (Presley) 

According to Guralnick and Jorgensen’s Elvis: Day by Day, twenty-four-year-old Elvis met fourteen-year-old Priscilla on September 13, 1959. Everything Elvis by Helen Clutton relates that Elvis met the nymphet at a party at his home in Germany while he was in the military. Interestingly, Suzanne Finstad related in Child Bride:The Untold Story of Priscilla Beaulieu Presley that Priscilla had sex with Curry Grant, a twenty-seven-year-old friend of Elvis, in exchange for being introduced to the singer. 

Albert Goldman wrote in Elvis that despite Priscilla's parents initial objections to the relationship, they gave the relationship their blessings after Elvis promised bring Priscilla home early. Subsequently, Elvis and Priscilla were together on a regular basis until he left Germany in March of 1960. 

Guralnick and Jorgensen wrote that twenty-seven-year-old Elvis and seventeen-year-old Priscilla reunited in 1962. And per Down at the End of Lonely Street by William Heinemann, to avoid the legal ramifications of having an ongoing affair with a minor, Elvis reluctantly married Priscilla on May 1, 1967.

However, Priscilla was far from Elvis' only nymphet. According to Alanna Nash's Baby, Let's Play House: Elvis Presley and the Women Who Loved Him, after Elvis left the military he began a six-year relationship with Sandy Ferra that began when she was fourteen-years-old. However, Elvis frequently spoke to Priscilla on the phone while she remained in Germany. But once Priscilla arrived at Graceland, Elvis would have her dress up as a schoolgirl and videotape her having lipstick lesbian sex with another nymphet. Lastly, two years before his death, Elvis began a relationship with fourteen-year-old Reeca Smith. 

Saturday, March 25, 2017

Motörhead's “Jailbait”: "Hey Baby You're a Sweet Young Thing"

Jailbait” is on Motörhead's fourth album Ace of Spades. Song writers tend to use innuendos or a more conservative and cautionary tone when they write about nymphets, but the lyrics of “Jailbait” leave no doubt about  Motörhead's attraction to jailbait, which Merriam-Webster defines "as a girl under the age of consent with whom sexual intercourse is unlawful and constitutes statutory rape":

Hey baby you're a sweet young thing,\Still tied to Mommy's apron strings,\I don't even dare to ask your age,\It's enough to know you're here backstage,\You're Jailbait, and I just can't wait,\Jailbait baby come on

One look baby, all I need,\My decision made at lightning speed,\I don't even want to know your name,\It's enough to know you feel the same,\You're Jailbait, and I just can't wait,\Jailbait baby come on

Hey babe you know you look so fine,\Send shivers up and down my spine,\I don't care about our different ages,\I'm an open book with well thumbed pages,\You're Jailbait, and I just can't wait,\Jailbait baby come on

"It's enough to know you're here backstage" is revealing, because we know that nymphet groupies are a reality. For example, we know that David Bowie "De-Virginized" 15-Year-old Lori Maddox and Iggy Pop deflowered 13-year-old Sable Starr. 

David Bowie and Lori Maddox
“Jailbait” was released in 1980 on Ace of Spades, which reached number 4 in the United Kingdom and went Gold in 1981.

Thursday, March 16, 2017

Hebephilia, Ephebophilia and Age-Gap Relationships in THE STORIES OF VLADIMIR NABOKOV

I didn't include a number of Nabokov's short stories in my blog post and journal article on the hebephilia\ephebophilia found in Nabokov's writings. Here's a more complete list:

In “The Fight”, a writer sunbathing on a German beach is intrigued by Mr. Kraus. The writer discovers that Mr. Kraus owns a tavern where he is assisted by Emma - “a young girl in a checkered dress, fair-haired, with pointed pink elbows”. Emma’s lover is an electrician who has a “malevolent wrinkle beside his mouth”. The writer narrates that what he likes the most about Emma, with her “small birdlike face” and “vapid” and “tender eyes” is the way that she looks at her lover “as he lazily leaned on the bar.” After Emma’s father and her lover gets into a brawl, the writer couldn’t resist consoling the young girl by stroking and kissing her kitchen scented fair hair. Interestingly, “The Fight” was also published in The New Yorker on February 18, 1985.

In “A Nursery Tale”, on his ride to work, Erwin habitually gazes through the tram's window and picks girls for his imaginary harem. However, the young man gains the opportunity for his dreams to come true after he meets Frau Monde, a Devil, who promises Erwin that he can have all the girls he wants upon “cushions and rugs” in “a villa with a walled garden” but that it's “essential and final” that he selects an odd number of girls between noon to midnight. 

The next day Erwin starts collecting slave girls. Here's a partial list:

A maiden in a white dress with chestnut hair and palish lips who was playing with her “fat shaggy pup”

“[T]wo young ladies-sisters, or even twins [...] Both were small and slim [...] with saucy eyes and painted lips.” Erwin referred to the Twins as “Gay, painted, young things.”

A girl with gray eyes with a slight slant and a thin aquiline nose that wrinkled when she laughed

A girl at a small amusement park who wore a scarlet blouse with a bright-green skirt

Four girls inside the amusement park's arcade who wore jerseys and shorts with “magnificent legs, naked nearly up to the groin” 

“A child of fourteen or so in a low-cut black party dress .” She was walking with a tall elderly man who was a “famous poet, a senile swan, living all alone in a distant suburb”.

I won't reveal the identity of the last girl, but I will share her response to Erwin, which was, “You ought to be ashamed of yourself […] Leave me alone.” Her response was due to “that which changes a man's life (i.e., penis) with one divine stroke”.

When Nabokov translated Skazka before it was published in Playboy (1974) and Details of a Sunset (1976), he aggressively titled it “A Nursery Tale” and noted in Tyrants Destroyed and Other Stories that when he was translating the story he was “...eerily startled to meet a somewhat decrepit but unmistakable Humbert escorting his nymphet in the story I wrote almost half a century ago.”

In “Terror”, the poet’s mistress is described as a “naive little maiden” with “unassuming prettiness, gaiety, friendliness”. Their affair lasted almost three years until the poet departed by train only to have to return to her bedside and consequently save himself from “insanity.”

In “The Aurelian”, Paul Pilgram, a “flabby elderly man”, had a habit of ordering a drink and filling his pipe after entering the town’s “small bar”. And “[i]f the bartender’s daughter, a pretty freckled girl in a polka-dotted frock, happened to pass close enough, he had a go at her elusive hip, and, whether the slap succeeded or not, his gloomy expression never changed, although the veins on his temple grew purple.”

Early in “A Dashing Fellow” the protagonist asked, “What is better: the experience of a sexy thirty-year-old brunette, or the silly young bloom of a bright curled romp?” But by the end of the short story he exclaimed, “That old bitch. No, we like only small blonds - remember that once for all.” Nabokov wrote in A Russian Beauty and Other Stories that “A Dashing Fellow” was rejected by Rul’ (Berlin) and Poslednie Novosti (Paris) for being “improper and brutal” before it was published in Segodnya (Riga) and in the December 1971 issue of Playboy.

In “Lips to Lips”, Ilya Borisovich, a naive aspiring novelist, is writing a novel in which “elderly” Dolinin meets Irina,  “a girl in black” with a “supple young body”, at the theater. After the move to Dolinin’s flat, Irina exclaims, “Take me, take my purity, take my torment [...] because I love you.” “I suppose he’ll deflower her,” mused Euphratski “an émigré journalist”. One of the many issues with Ilya’s novel is that he too frequently uses the adjective ‘“young’ (feminine gender), replacing it here and there by ‘youthful’”.

In “Music”, Victor notices his estranged wife in the audience at the music hall. He reminisced about the time they were “talking about some trifle” when she interjected, “‘Let’s separate for a while. We can’t go on like this.’ The neighbors’ little daughter burst into the room to show her kitten (the sole survivor of a litter that had been drowned.)” Victor’s wife confessed that “The first time [that she had cheated on him] had been in the park, then at his place.” (italics mine). (I was ripped about adding “Music”, but my gut tells me that “kitten” is a Nabokovian sexual innuendo\pun.)

An excerpt from “Perfection” reads “During those first warm days everything seemed beautiful and touching: the leggy little girls playing hopscotch on the sidewalk, the old men on the benches, the green confetti that sumptuous lindens scattered every time the air stretched its invisible limbs.” The old men on the benches reminded me of the protagonist in The Enchanter who “[...] seated himself on a bench in a city park” before he spotted his nymphet.

Count Konstantin Godunov-Cherdyntsev of “The Circle” “was spending the summer at Leshino, his estate in the Government of St. Petersburg, with his young wife (at forty he was twice as old as she).”

In "Solus Rex” “Prince Fig enjoyed a kind of smutty popularity [...] The more lewdly Fig romped, the louder folks guffawed [...] A characteristic detail: one day when the prince, passing on horseback, a cigar between his teeth, through a backwoodsy hamlet, noticed a comely little girl to whom he offered a ride, and notwithstanding her parents’ horror [...] swept her away [...] the child returned after an hour’s absence, holding a hundred-krun note in one hand, and, in the other, a fledgling that had fallen out of its nest in a desolate grove where she had picked it up on her way back to the village.”

Lastly, the poet of “THAT IN ALLEPO ONCE…” had a “much younger” wife but “[...] not as much younger as was Nathalie of the lovely bare shoulders and long earrings in relation to swarthy Pushkin.” After he “held her slender young hips (she was combing her soft hair and tossing her head back with every stroke)” she informed him, “I’ve been lying to you, dear [...] Ya Igunia. I stayed for several nights in Montpellier with a brute of a man I met on the train. I did not want it at all. He sold hair lotions.”

Reportedly,  Natalia Goncharova was sixteen-years-old when she first met Pushkin before they married in 1836. I don’t have a reputable source for this claim; however, Gerschenkron related in “A Manufactured Monument?”, his review of Nabokov’s Eugene Onegin, A Novel in Verse, that Nabokov “goes to a considerable length to discuss the - possibly divided - ownership in real life of a pair of lovely feet whose beauty Pushkin sings in what Nabokov calls “Pedal Digression” (I, 24)” Gerschenkron states that the possible owner of the “lovely feet” was Maria Raevskii who would have been “only thirteen-and-a-half years old (II, 119)”. (And in a footnote, Gerschenkron intriguingly shared that in the Ukraine Pushkin “flirted with the twelve-year-old daughter of his mistress Davydova, and in Bessarabia with the thirteen-year-old daughter of a Moldavian noble.”)

“THAT IN ALLEPO ONCE…” is a line from Shakespeare’s Othello, which  is about an age-discrepant marriage between Othello, a North African general of the armies of Venice, and Desdemona, the "exquisitely beautiful" young daughter of Brabantio, a Venetian senator. Shakespeare doesn't give the exact ages of Othello and Desdemona, but Othello is described by Iago, the villain of the play, as an "...old black ram..." while Desdemona is described as a “young virgin” - a "little white lamb [with] beautiful skin, whiter than snow and smooth as the finest marble."

Saturday, March 4, 2017

THE DETOUR: A Nymphet Watches Porn

The Detour Season Two Advertisements in New York City.
Upon noticing the advertisement for season two of The Detour on the Uptown 6 subway platform, I suspected that the TBS comedy was bawdy, because I couldn't see any reason why twelve-year-old Delilah's (Ashley Gerasimovich) midriff and grey panties should be exposed except to advertise that she would be sexualized in the sitcom as well. 

Ashley Gerasimovich

I'm only on the fourth episode of season one, but thus far Delilah, who looks a lot younger on television, drew a penis that she exhibited from the minivan window to drivers on the expressway and she got her menses in a strip club's bathroom.

In addition, she watched some pornography where a man demanded, "Turn over! Turn over!" before he ejaculated to which Delilah naively concluded, "There is no way that [semen] puddle is getting to the egg from that back tattoo."

I couldn't find the New York City version of the advertisement on the Internet, but I did find a suspiciously modified version. (Below)

Titian's VENUS OF URBINO for the Duke's Nymphet Bride

Titian's Venus of Urbino (1538)

According to the second volume of Kleiner's Gardner's Art through the Ages: The Western Perspective,Titian's Venus of Urbino (1538) was commissioned by Guidobaldo II della Rovere, the Duke of Urbino. 

The erotic oil may have been commissioned to celebrate the Duke's 1534 marriage to eleven-year-old Giulia Varano.

Per Hale's Titian: His Life, Angela del Moro, a Venice courtesan, was the model for the painting that currently sits in the Uffizi Gallery Museum in Florence. 

I haven't been able to verify Moro's age, but a City College of New York coed related to me that her art professor shared that Moro was fifteen-years-old when she modeled for Titian. 

Saturday, February 4, 2017

The Beach Boys' "Little Girl"

"Little Girl (You're My Miss America)" is a song on the 
The Beach Boys' album Surfin' Safari (1962)Here are some of the lyrics:

Little girl just in your teens 

(you're my Miss America)

Little girl you're in my dreams 

(you're my Miss America)

You're so sweet, you're so fine

Dear won't you be mine

Everybody knows it

Blue eyes, blond hair

Lips like a movie star

The Wikipedia entry for the song correctly but, a bit, misleadingly states "'Little Girl' is a simple song about a teenager's infatuation with a girl."

The song was co-written by Vincent Catalano who was in his mid-twenties when the song was released. Dennis Wilson was a mere eighteen-years-old when the song was released, but an analysis of the song reveals that the "Little Girl" was "just in" her teens, which implies that the "sweet" and "fine" nymphet with "Blue eyes, Blond hair [&] Lips like a movie star" was just shy of being twelve-years-old. 

Saturday, January 21, 2017

Famous Ephebophile: Jerry Lee Lewis & His 13-Year-Old Bride

Jerry Lee Lewis and Myra Gale

Excerpt from The Allure of NymphetsFrom Emperor Augustus to Woody Allen, A Study of Man's Fascination with Very Young Women:

"The Daily Mail reported that in 1958, after becoming famous for his hit songs "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On" and "Great Balls of Fire", Jerry Lee went on a six-week-tour of Britain. Upon arriving at the airport, Paul Tanfield, a reporter with the Daily Mail, noticed a nymphet in Jerry's entourage.

“I'm Myra. Jerry's wife.” she said in response to Tanfield's inquiry.

“And how old is Myra?” Tanfield asked.

“Fifteen.” Jerry replied.

The news that Jerry Lee was married to a fifteen-year-old was not well received by British citizens, and it got worse for Jerry Lee when it was revealed that Myra was not fifteen. Not only was Myra thirteen, she was Jerry’s cousin, and it turned out that Jerry Lee may have still been married to his first wife.

Upon receiving the startling news, the media and angry British citizens besieged the age-discrepant couple's plush Westbury Hotel. After Jerry Lee's marriage was investigated by the British police, the Director of Public Prosecutions, and the House of Commons, Jerry Lee was asked to leave Britain after only three performances.

Upon returning to the States, disc jockeys in the States and around the world refused to play Jerry Lee's music. Subsequently, he was reduced to being a two-hit wonder, and he went from making $10,000 to $100 a night per performance."

Jerry Lee Lewis Interview After Return to the US

Wednesday, December 28, 2016

THE PARIS REVIEW's Best of 2016: A Post About a Nymphet Prostitute

The Paris Review is on vacation until after the holidays, but they posted "[...] we’re reposting some of our favorite pieces from 2016. Enjoy your holiday!" 

And what is one of their favorite pieces? It is Max Nelson's May 5, 2016 post "Overdrafts of Pleasure" that is about John Cleland’s "[...] two-volume novel called Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure, or Fanny Hill, published when he was in debtor’s prison between 1748 and 1749 [...]" 

In the novel, Fanny entered the brothel when she was fifteen, which preceded her "sexual initiation" that involved lipstick lesbian sex with a seasoned prostitute. Fanny's first customer was a "[...] debauched elderly caller “with a yellow cadaverous hue”."

Tuesday, December 27, 2016

SECRET LOLITA: Italian Pre-Teen Prostitutes Inspire Nabokov?

Alex Beam wrote in The Feud: Vladimir Nabokov, Edmund Wilson, and the End of a Beautiful Friendship: 

"Confession Sexuelle d'un Russe du Sud" was translated into Secret Lolita: The Confessions of Victor X by Donald Rayfield, an emeritus professor of Russian and Georgian at Queen Mary University of London. Here's a conservative excerpt that describes two of the Italian pre-teen prostitutes:

"I was sent with some colleagues to Naples by my firm’s management [...] If you buy something in a shop, the shopkeeper, who may look quite respectable, will offer to show you a little girl of twelve, ten or eight. Pimps accost strangers in the street offering them little girls [...] Families who are not badly off and who have some standing, petty shopkeepers, clerks, tailors, cobblers also traffic in their prepubescent girls. For the reasonable price of twenty, thirty, forty francs you are just allowed to have fun or to play with them.

If you want to deflower one, that costs more [...] 

The two little girls were both as expert as each other [...] They were very sensual but, oddly enough, the younger one was even more so than her sister. [S]he had violent orgasms when she looked like someone in death-throes, and secreted copiously. She adored obscene talk, photographs and reading, and used her erotic talents enthusiastically. When I came to the house, her face beamed with joy. I remember the deeply heartbroken, unhappy look she had one day when, to save money, I said I would made do with just the older girl. When afterwards I came out of the bedroom after that session, I saw the younger girl sitting on a chair by the door listening, her face sallow with vexation, trembling all over with frustration. She was overjoyed the next time when it was her turn to be asked for. She started dancing."

What we know is that Wilson and Nabokov, to Vera's dismay, exchanged erotic literature. At least some of the bawdy texts were non-fiction and profiled nymphets. Nabokov was so fond of this particular text that he wrote about it in the English and Russian versions of his autobiography. For example, In Speak, Memory he wrote that the "'sexual confessions' (to be found in Havelock Ellis and elsewhere), [...] involve tiny tots mating like mad."  And we know that "Confession Sexuelle d'un Russe du Sud", according to Wilson, "no doubt inspired Lolita". 

Saturday, December 10, 2016

Hailee Steinfeld: A Teen Sings About Her Joy of Masturbating

Hailee Steinfeld's debut single "Love Myself" was released on August 7, 2015 when she was 18-years-old. The song is about masturbating. Here are some lyrics:

"Love Myself"

When I get chills at night
I feel it deep inside without you, yeah
Know how to satisfy
Keeping that tempo right without you, yeah

Pictures in my mind on replay
I'm gonna touch the pain away
I know how to scream my own name
Scream my name

(I love me)
Gonna love myself, no, I don't need anybody else
Gonna love myself, no, I don't need anybody else
(I love me)
Can't help myself, no, I don't need anybody else
Anytime, day or night
(I love me)
Gonna love myself, no, I don't need anybody else
Gonna love myself, no, I don't need anybody else
(I love me)
Can't help myself, no, I don't need anybody else
Anytime that I like
(I love me)

I'll take it nice and slow
Feeling good on my own without you, yeah
Got me speaking in tongues
The beautiful, it comes without you, yeah

I'm gonna put my body first
And love me so hard 'til it hurts
I know how to scream out the words
Scream the words

We at the Allure of Nymphets are fully aware that nymphets have sexual fantasies and masturbate, but it's still shocking to see a teen gyrating in downtown Los Angeles while singing about her joy of masturbating. 

And Steinfeld is currently staring in The Edge of Seventeen (2016). Here's a bit of Wikipedia's plot summary:

[17-year-old] Nadine (Hailee Steinfeld) continues to crush on Nick (Alexander Calvert), an older mysterious guy who she has only met once at a local pet store. She is constantly stalking his social media account and is only interested in his outside appearances. 

In the heat of the moment, she writes a sexually explicit text to Nick, but decides against sending it. She accidentally hits "send" and is mortified.

In one scene, while lunching in the high school's cafeteria, Nadine asked her best friend, "What if I liked your dad? What if I gave your dad a hand job?"

Schnitzler's DREAM STORY: A Nymphet's Invitation to a Three-Way

Schnitzler's Dream Story was the inspiration for Eyes Wide Shut (1999). The scenes that are the most relevant for this blog are very similar in the novella and Kubrick's film. 

In the film, Dr. Harford (Tom Cruise) visits the Rainbow costume boutique to purchase a cloak and mask to attend a masquerade (i.e., orgy). While perusing the racks, Milich, the owner, discovers that his young daughter is having a three-way with two middle-aged Asian men. When Milich violently confronts the Asian men, "Couldn't you see she's a child?" They inform Milich that his young daughter invited them to the orgy: 

"Are you crazy? We were invited here by the young lady." 
"This is preposterous. The young lady invited us here?" 

However, Milich eventually consents to the three-way between his "child" and the two Asian men.

In the novella, a "graceful little girl" who was further described as a "young and charming girl, still almost a child, wearing a Pierrette costume" was discovered frolicking with "[t]wo men, dressed in the red robes of vehmic judges" as "a fragrance of roses and powder arose from her delicate breasts". "There was a smile of impish desire in her eyes."

"Gentlemen," cried Gibiser [the nymphet's father], "you will stay here while I call the police." 

"What's got into you?" they exclaimed, and continued as if with one voice: "We were invited by the young lady." 

A subtle difference between the novella and film is that only one of the men exited the nymphet's room the next day "with an open top-coat over his evening clothes [...] waved his hand to Gibiser, lighted a cigarette with a match from the desk, and left the apartment."

There was another scene in the novella that featured "quite a young girl, possibly fifteen years old, with loose blond hair hanging over her shoulders and on one side over her delicate breast." Fridolin, the novella's protagonist, said, "Her eyes welcomed me, beckoned to me, and at the same time slightly mocked me, as she glanced at the strip of water between us. Then she stretched her young and slender body, glad of her beauty, and proudly and sweetly stirred by my obvious admiration."

And Fridolin indulged in the services of a prostitute who was described as a "young and pretty little thing".