Thursday, September 5, 2019

KISS & Gene Simmons: Hot, Clean and Free 16-Year-Old Nymphets


"Christine Sixteen" is the second song on Kiss' Love Gun - the rock band's sixth studio album that was released in the summer of 1977. Gene Simmons performed the lead vocals and wrote the song, which is about a man who can't live without Christine - a young, hot and clean 16-year-old nymphet.

Here are the lyrics:

She's got me dizzy, she sees me through to the end
She's got me in her hands and there's no use in pretending

Christine sixteen, Christine sixteen

She drives me crazy, I want to give her all I've got
And she's hot every day and night, there is no doubt about it

Christine sixteen, Christine sixteen

I don't usually say things like this to girls your age
But when I saw you coming out of the school that day
That day I knew, I knew (Christine sixteen)
I've got to have you, I've got to have you

She's' been around, but she's young and clean
I've got to have her, can't live without her, whoa no

Christine sixteen, Christine sixteen

Christine (Christine), sixteen (sixteen)
Christine, yeah, yeah
She's so clean (Christine), sixteen (sixteen)
Christine, yeah (Christine), yeah, yeah
Christine (Christine), sixteen (sixteen)
Christine, yeah (Christine), yeah, yeah
Christine (Christine), sixteen (sixteen)
Christine (Christine) yeah, yeah, yeah
Christine (Christine), sixteen (sixteen)
Christine (Christine), yeah, yeah, yeah
Christine (Christine), sixteen (sixteen)
Christine (Christine), yeah, yeah, yeah
Christine (Christine), sixteen (sixteen)
Christine (Christine), yeah, yeah

Christine (Christine), sixteen (sixteen)


Geoff Barton, a British music critic and journalist, opined in the February 2015 issue of Classic Rock magazine that the 2014 remastered and reissued deluxe edition of Love Gun could have been "the greatest deluxe edition of all time" if it were not for a "too-clean remastering" and 'Christine Sixteen'. However, the album went Platinum and 'Christine Sixteen' was sampled by Tone Lōc's "Funky Cold Medina".

Kiss Performs 'Christine Sixteen' on "Live on Letterman" (2012)

"Goin' Blind" is the third song on Kiss' Hotter Than Hell - the bands second album that was released in the fall of 1974. Gene Simmons performed the lead vocals and co-wrote the song, which concerns an age-gap affair between a 93-year-old and a nymphet. 

Here are the lyrics:

And I know how it should be
There is nothing more for you and I
Some are young and some are free
But I think I'm goin' blind

'Cause, I think I'm goin' blind
And I know how it's to be, yeah

Little lady, can't you see
You're so young and so much different than I
I'm 93, you're sixteen
Can't you see I'm goin' blind

'Cause, I think I'm goin' blind
And I know how it's to be, yeah

'Cause, I think I'm goin' blind
And I know how it's to be, yeah

You're much younger, can't you see
There is nothing more for you and I
I'm 93, you're sixteen
And I think I'm goin' blind

Yes, I think I'm goin' blind
And I know how it's to be, yeah

The original title of "Goin' Blind" was "Little Lady" and Hotter Than Hell went Gold.

Saturday, August 31, 2019

HBO's EUPHORIA: Teen Public Bate & Sex with Multiple Men


HBO's Euphoria is packed with graphic examples of raunchy teen behavior. For example, on episode four of season one, after taking molly, Cassie Howard (Sydney Sweeney), a high school coed, masturbated to orgasm on a carousel in front of a number of carnival revelers.



There are a number of age-gap relationships on the series, but, thus far, Maddy Perez (Alexa Demie) has to be the most prolific high school aged teleiophile. 

For example, Rue Bennett (Zendaya) narrated on episode five of season one that when Maddy, "[...] was 14 on vacation in Panama City Beach, she met a guy, who was like 40 [...] which in retrospect seems kind of rapey and weird. But honestly she was the one in control." (emphasis added)

Euphoria's Maddy Perez

"It's not like she ever cheated-cheated [on her high school boyfriend]. But every now and then she finds herself in like the gray area [...] except for that DJ who said he opened for Calvin Harris. And the stock broker guy with the family who lived on Oak street. And the hot dude who ran the roller rink."

14-year-old Maddy meets a 40-year-old man.  

Thus, Rue shared shared that Maddy, a nymphet, had sex with a 40-year-old, a DJ, a married stock broker, and the manager of the local roller rink. 

"[And] [s]he also watched a lot of porn."



IndieWire's Ben Travers praised the Euphoria's authenticity and wrote that the graphic teen  series "[...] grounds itself in stark reality." And per the July 31, 2019 Hollywood Reporter, Leonardo DiCarprio opined, reference to Euphoria, to People magazine, "That show is amazing!"

Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Ivanka Trump & NYC Prep School Girls Gone Wild: Nude Teens, Porn & Booze


Vanessa Grigoriadis' cover story for the August 5-18, 2019 issue of New York Magazine is about Ivanka Trump who, per Grigoriadis, threw a wild birthday party in middle school with topless schoolgirls in limos and nude nymphets watching porn in Atlantic City's Taj Mahal hotel:

Ivanka was always a good student, but she was no kind of good girl. For her birthday party in junior high, she invited about 20 girls from Chapin, her Upper East Side all-girls school, to the Taj Mahal in Atlantic City, all of them crammed into stretch limos without chaperones[...] 

The girls acted crazy: flashing people out the windows, whipping off bras and putting them on the limos’ antennae. In the hotel suite, they rented porn and ran around naked. 

Classmates who remained at home heard about the trip in excruciating detail and felt horribly left out. 

And per Grigoriadis, as a nymphet, Ivanka was smoking, drinking, taking drugs and making out upon pool tables in bars and nightclubs:

So when Ivanka started smoking, drinking, taking drugs, hanging out at bars and nightclubs, and making out with guys on pool tables at pre–voting age, she had to keep all of that secret from her father, and it does not seem he has ever known about it or wanted to know.



In episode 4 of the Luminary Media/New York Magazine podcast The Making of Ivanka Trump, Vanessa Grigoriadis elaborated that in addition to flashing people out of the limousine's windows, the prep school nymphets would, "[...] put their butts through the moonroof. They'd knocked on the driver's window and make him turn around and see what they were doing."

After Grigoriadis shared that Ivanka was, "[...] famous in New York for being a wild child."
Emily Jane Fox shared a raunchy middle-school incident about Ivanka from her New York Times Bestseller Born Trump: Inside America's First Family

"She was in class. And Chapin is right up against a park on the Upper East Side -  on the far east side [...] So, she was in a third floor [8th grade]classroom and looked down into the park and there was a hot dog vendor. And she and her girlfriend flashed the hot dog vendor from the school window."


Daniel Bates elaborated for the Daily Mail on 14-year-old Ivanka flashing her young breasts. Bates shared from Fox's book that by the time Ivanka was in high school, Donald Trump suggested that she "[...] should get breast implants to help further her modeling career." And that Ivanka learned how to give oral sex during her sophomore year of high school. (A classmate modeled the procedure using a banana.)


Donald Trump & 14-year-old Ivanka

Subsequently, Ivanka transferred from Chapin to Choate, a boarding school in Connecticut, but she was forced to submit to a drug test, and she was put on restriction after attending a party at Charles Timlin's house. And who was Charles Timlin you may ask? He was Ivanka's English teacher.

Monday, August 26, 2019

Susan Moonsie: Prince's "Teenage Lolita"

Susan Moonsie

Susan Moonsie was a member of Vanity 6, which was a R&B trio formed in 1982 by the musician Prince. Per Wikipedia, although she was 18 when she joined Vanity 6, Moonsie claimed that she was 16, and Prince gave her a "teenage Lolita" image. However, Moonsie was 16 when she began a sexual relationship with Prince.

Vanity (Denise Matthews) and Brenda Bennett were the two other members of the trio. Interestingly, a January 24, 1983 Jet cover story described Vanity as: "The 19-year-old, who seems very mature for her years [...]" when in fact Vanity was 24. Sex and the allure of nymphets sells.


Prince and Susan Moonsie

The Jet article, that described the trio as provocative, sexually explicit, and who "[...] often goes on stage in no more than a slinky silk camisole and leather boots," related: 

Susan grew up in Minneapolis and by the time she was 12, she was already writing songs that expressed the things she wanted to do as an adult. During a chance meeting with Prince in a local disco, she showed him some of her handiwork.

"He was just standing there drinking orange juice and we started talking. I told him that I write songs, then gave him a sample of my lyrics: 

'Ooh, look at me. I'm a Cadillac. I'm a brand new convertible child, I've never been driven. You're the first. Come on baby; drive me wild.'" (emphasis added)


"Nasty Girl" was the groups most popular song. Despite its explicit lyrics that were purportedly performed by teens, the song reached number 1 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Club Play and the U.S. Billboard Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles. Here are the lyrics (emphasis added):

[Verse 1]
That's right, pleased to meet you
I still won't tell you my name
Don't you believe in mystery
Don't you want to play my game
I'm lookin' for a man to love me
Like I've never been loved before
I'm lookin' for a man that'll do it anywhere

Even on a limousine floor 'cause

[Chorus]
Tonight i'm livin' in a fantasy
My own little nasty world
Tonight, don't you wanna come with me
Do you think i'm a nasty girl
Tonight, I'm livin' in a fantasy
My own little nasty world
Tonight, don't you want to come with me

Do you think I'm a nasty girl

[Verse 2]
I guess I'm just used to sailors
I think they got water on the brain
I think they got more water upstairs
Than they got sugar on a candy cane
That's right, it's been a long time
Since I had a man that did it real good
If you ain't scared, take it out

I'll do it like a real live nasty girl should

[Chorus]
Tonight I'm livin in a fantasy world
My own little nasty world
Tonight, don't you want to come with me
Do you think I'm a nasty girl
Tonight I'm livin' in a fantasy
My own little nasty world
Tonight, don't you want to come with me
Do you think i'm a nasty girl
Tonight I'm livin in a fantasy world
My own little nasty world
Tonight, don't you want to come with me
Do you think I'm a nasty girl
Tonight I'm livin' in a fantasy
My own little nasty world
Tonight, don't you want to come with me

Do you think i'm a nasty girl

[Bridge]
Please, please
Please, please
Nasty girl (nasty girl)
Do you think I'm a nasty girl
Nasty girl (nasty girl)
Do you think I'm a nasty girl
Nasty girl (nasty girl)
Do you think I'm a nasty girl
Nasty girl (nasty girl)
Do you think I'm a nasty girl
Oh (do you think I'm a nasty girl)
Oh (nasty girl)
Nasty girl (nasty girl)
Do you think I'm a nasty girl

Oh

[Spoken Interlude]
I don't like this groove
Try and give me something I can croon to
Catch my drift?

That'll work

[Instrumental Break]

[Spoken Interlude]
That's right, I can't control it
I need seven inches or more
Tonight, I can no longer hold it

Get it up, get it up, I can't wait anymore

[Outro]
Uh, it's time to jam
Dance nasty girls, dance
Everybody, uh, it's time to jam
Nasty girls, dance, dance, dance (Yeah)
Everybody, uh, it's time to jam
Nasty girls, dance, dance, dance
Uh, it's time to jam
Nasty girls, dance, dance, dance
Uh, it's time to jam
Nasty girls, dance, dance, dance
Uh, it's time to jam
Nasty girls, dance, dance, dance
Uh, it's time to jam
Nasty girls, dance, dance, dance
Uh, it's time to jam

Nasty girls, dance, dance, dance

Vanity 6 "Nasty Girl" Video

Sunday, August 25, 2019

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE: "Meaningful" PreTeen Sex



On the 2011 Saturday Night Live season premier,  Alec Baldwin played Texas Governor Rick Perry in a skit titled "The 7th or 8th GOP Debate". 

When asked if he could speak for ten seconds without alienating his base. Rick Perry (Alec Baldwin) replied:


“Now the conservative vice needs to know that Rick Perry stands with them 110%. I believe we need to lower the corporate tax rate. I believe we need fewer regulations. I believe all ten-year-old girls should be vaccinated for HPV, so they can enter into meaningful sexual relationships. 

Wednesday, August 21, 2019

EUPHORIA & DEGRASSI: Teens in Thongs



Ilana Kaplan shared in the Vulture piece "What Euphoria Owes to Degrassi, the Godfather of Taboo Teen Dramas" :

In Euphoria’s fourth episode, Maddy Perez (Alexa Demie) shows up to a carnival in a racy two-piece outfit that looks more like it belongs at a club in Atlantic City than it does at a high-school event.


That’s when I remembered another major moment in teen TV history: the iconic thong episode of Degrassi: The Next Generation. The 2003 episode, titled “U Got the Look,” centered its plot on Manny Santos’s (Cassie Steele) desire to go from “adorable” to “hot.” So, naturally, she does what any teen would do: She shows up to school clad in a crop top, a pair of low-rise jeans, and a blue-studded thong (more than) peeking out of her jeans.


Years before Euphoria, Degrassi was the boundary-pushing teen drama of its era. The Canadian franchise [...] became famous for its realistic, and often scandalous, plotlines featuring sexuality, drugs, abortion, abuse, and school shootings. 


Euphoria, which features provocative narratives ranging from a trans girl being raped by her classmate’s dad to a character finding confidence by being a cam girl, owes its ability to tackle such taboo teen story arcs to Degrassi. Manny’s thong, alongside countless other Degrassi moments, paved the way for teen dramas to get bolder, racier, and more complex.


Interestingly, Kaplan describes the Degrassi thong episode as being "iconic". And Kaplan wrote that the teen show had "realistic, and often scandalous, plotlines featuring sexuality". and that the show "[...] created story lines that teens actually encountered in reality."

Futhermore, Kaplan gives one the impression that there's nothing wrong with a high school coed finding her confidence via being a cam girl. But we wonder what Kaplan thinks of the men who pays the teen cam girl. The men and the cam girl should be viewed in the same light. 

A full post on Euphoria is coming soon and a full post on Degrassi: The Next Generation is coming later. 

Britney Spears: Half Nude Teen for ROLLING STONE


We were recently reminded via a Lena Dunham podcast that Britney Spears was a 17-year-old nymphet when she was photographed while lying invitingly on a satin sheet in a black bra and pink polka dot panties for the cover of the April 1999 issue of Rolling Stone

Per Spears' Wikipedia page: "The American Family Association (AFA) referred to the shoot as "a disturbing mix of childhood innocence and adult sexuality" and called on 'God-loving Americans to boycott stores selling Britney's albums.'"

We are not surprised that Rolling Stone related that the bra and panties were Spears' idea and that "[...] she knew exactly what she was doing.":

This cover may not seem shocking now, but when it came out in 1999 Britney Spears was just 17 – and hadn't even dipped her toes into a scandal. 

Even back then, she knew exactly what she was doing. 

Photographer David LaChapelle vividly recalls the late night shoot when Britney stripped down to her underwear until her shocked manager walked into the room. He demanded to know what was going on. "She went, 'Yeah, I don't feel comfortable,'" says the photographer. "At first I felt betrayed. 

But as soon as he walked out, Britney said 'Lock the door' and unbuttoned her shirt wide open."

Darcie Wilder's LITERALLY SHOW ME A HEALTHY PERSON: A Flirting Uncle & Teen Sex in Times Square


The paparazzi caught Kendall Jenner in Cannes reading Darcie Wilder's literally show me a healthy person. The author appeared to be just as surprised as anyone that Kendall was reading - her novella. 


Whenever we see a young non-prolific reader reading our nympholepsy radar goes off and, sure enough, Wilder wrote about a flirting uncle:

im in the woods listening to my uncle flirt on speakerphone [...] i fell asleep in my uncle's bed i woke up and he was hovering over me with a boxcutter

Wilder shared that she lost her virginity when she was 16 in a Times Square McDonald's to a 25-year-old:

the french call an orgasm 'the little death' which makes casual sex 'social suicide.' i lost my virginity at sixteen to the first leftover crack cd in a squat above the 42nd street mcdonalds to a twenty-five year old but i didn't cum till i was 18 with a blue vibrator

And Wilder related that she told the last guy she had sex with:

[...] my first kiss was when i was fourteen in a second ave bar i snuck into with a thirty-three year old skateboarder who thought i was seventeen & he said "yea that makes sense"

Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Luz Alptraum's WHY 16?: Thinking Deeply About Age of Consent Laws


We wrote a post about Alan Dershowitz's op-ed that "Statutory Rape IS an Outdated Concept". Luz Alptraum wrote in the piece "Why 16? posted on The Cut that:

"[...] the knee-jerk response to Dershowitz’s op-ed is one we should take a moment to think more deeply about."

"[...] it’s worth asking whether consent laws are actually the best way to protect young people from abuse and exploitation."

"Age of consent laws are flawed. At best, they’re a somewhat effective strategy to protect young people from abuse and exploitation, one that mistakenly conflates a legal age of majority with a universal milestone of emotional maturity. At worst, they’re a weapon wielded by a punitive, sex-phobic system that polices young women’s sexuality and robs them of any sense of agency over their own bodies and desires."

"When American purity reformers began advocating for an increased age of consent in the late 1800s, their argument hinged on the idea of women as sexless, innocent creatures seduced into vice by immoral men."

"Where the age of consent was once intended to shield innocent, sexless women from male depravity, it’s now framed as a way to protect teens — whose burgeoning sexual desires often outpace the development of their emotional maturity and relationship skills — from their own urges [...]"

"Troublingly, this refusal to see young women as complex individuals with sexual agency continues once they’ve reached the age of consent. If younger teens are seen as off-limits, once someone has reached the age of 18 (or, in many states, 17 or 16) it’s presumed that anything goes, as though a switch is magically flipped in our brains the second we reach that milestone."

"And for young people who act on sexual urges prior to the age at which they’re legally presumed able, these laws can have severely negative impacts. In addition to criminalizing teens who have sex with other teens, or labeling a 16-year-old who takes a naked selfie as a child pornographer, age of consent laws can cause harm to young people who find themselves in sexual relationships with adults. Rather than protecting vulnerable young people from exploitation, these laws can discourage them from coming forward about their relationships, and isolate them from potential support systems [...]"

"Wendy Ortiz, whose memoir, Excavation, chronicles the relationship she had with her English teacher as a teenager, is intimately familiar with this unintended effect of statutory-rape laws. When she sought out a therapist, she tells me, “she laid out the limits of confidentiality,” limits that included mandatory reporting of child abuse. “Internally I thought, ‘Nope, I won’t be telling her, or returning,’” Ortiz tells me. “I wasn’t ready for the relationship to end” — or, for that matter, for the man she believed she loved to face harsh legal consequences for their relationship."

"A 15-year-old who genuinely believes she’s in love with an adult isn’t likely to be deterred from sex because the law says she can’t consent. If anything, she’ll assume that the law has misjudged her own maturity and the authenticity of her relationship. As a result, she’ll be more motivated to keep the relationship a secret [...]"

"What if we created a society that placed a priority on sex education, that raised young people to understand their sexual desires and curiosities as healthy — and encouraged them to explore them in safe, age-appropriate ways? What if we recognized young people as the confused, fumbling proto-adults that they are, rather than fetishizing them as “innocent” or preternaturally skilled? What if we encouraged each other to value relationships between equals, to truly prioritize authentic consent — as opposed to merely treating consent as a checkbox that can be ticked off once someone reaches a certain age? That might provide a pathway to a different understanding of youth sexuality, consent, and relationships. And it might give us a way to protect the most vulnerable among us without robbing them of their agency, their individuality, and their ability to seek support when they find themselves in potentially abusive situations."

We inserted ellipses where Luz appears to make contradictory points. For example, Luz wrote that age of consent laws "robs" nymphets "of any sense of agency over their own bodies and desires" and that age of consent laws "hinged on the idea of women as sexless, innocent creatures seduced into vice by immoral men." 

But then Luz makes the same argument that the American purity reformers/Women’s Christian Temperance made, which is that the age of consent laws protect nymphets from predatory adults, abuse and exploitation. 

However, we've shown from a plethora of books, movies, streams, and plays that, just like in non-fiction/life, age-gap relationships are most often initiated by nymphets and it's men who are unable to resist the allure of (underaged) nymphets (e.g., Elvis, Woody Allen, Marvin Gaye, etc.).

Furthermore, a 15-year-old nymphet is more likely to be abused and exploited by a 15-year-old boy than a 51-year-old man. And that is why (orthodox) Jews and (most) Muslims separate their congregations, after puberty, by gender.  

Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Stacey Dooley's BBC YOUNG SEX FOR SALE IN JAPAN (2017): Sexy Japanese Schoolgirls


Stacey Dooley opened Young Sex for Sale in Japan (2017) by sharing that, although it was illegal to distribute and produce child pornography in Japan, it wasn't illegal to own child pornography until 2014. 

Dooley's BBC documentary shows that Japanese nymphets are used in outdoor and indoor advertisements for everything from music to used underwear.


There’s a bustling street named JK Alley (i.e., Schoolgirl Alley) where, Monday through Sunday, teenage girls in school uniforms solicit men to hold hands, go for walks, take naps on their young laps, and/or patronize a JK cafe.

Dooley related that there are 300 JK cafes in Japan where approximately 5,000 nymphets, as young as 15, cater to men.


In the cafe Dooley visited, £35 will get a man 40 minutes with the schoolgirl of his choice and free booze. Some men pay extra to have a threesome where, among other subjects, they talk about sex. The most popular nymphet in the featured cafe is so because she’s “good at talking dirty”.


Interestingly yet unsurprisingly, a patron shared, “A girl wearing a school uniform seems beautiful.”


A 17-year-old Japanese prostitute shared with Dooley that she has sex with between 15 to 17 men per week and that, “Girls in my line of work either have issues at home or are lonely. Or course, some do it to pay their school fees. I probably do it as a form of self-harm. A desire to commit suicide. Like I have suicidal thoughts.”

Dooley stated, “Well, I don’t have an issue with women who are over 18 and have given their consent - selling themselves, entertaining men - doing whatever they want to do because it’s their body.”

But 17, 18 and 28-year-old prostitutes have the same issues. The problem is not the age of the prostitute - in this case, unforced prostitution is the problem, which is the choice to use one’s sexuality for financial gain instead of seeking an alternative route to earning money. 

A Japanese lady who heads an NGO said, “Girls know youth have value [...] Girls know that being a JK girl will get them attention. But these men are adults and [are] more cunning than the girls.” 

Unless they're a pickup artist or a pimp, most men are not more cunning, but they have the money that the girls want; thus, the girls may push their boundaries to get more and more money. Thus it’s unsurprising that the NGO head added, “They know that ‘JK’ is a brand, they know now is their moment. Some don’t want to throw away their school uniforms, because they want to look like high school girls.” 

Dooley described the nymphets as impressionable, but clearly the men are impressionable as well. 

Lastly, while nympholespsy may be more open in Japan via advertising, JK cafes, chako ero (i.e., erotically clothed nymphets), and Lolicon manga (i.e., sexual depictions of pubescent girls), Dooley shared that in the UK between 2015 and 2016, there were more that 5,000 arrests for possession of child pornography.

Wednesday, August 7, 2019

From the Tropics to Clichy: Nympholepsy in Henry Miller's Oeuvre

Like Nabokov, Henry Miller's oeuvre is peppered with nympholepsyFor example:


In Tropic of Capricorn, Miller had an "encounter" with a beautiful sixteen or seventeen-year-old “Jewess”. And Miller got his sixteen-year-old piano student pregnant.


In Tropic of Cancer, Miller wrote about Van Norden, an aspiring writer,  who lured young virgins into his room with his poetry before taking their virginity. 

Also, Fillmore was introduced to a Russian nymphet by his boss who had impregnated the girl's sixteen-year-old friend.


In Sexus, Miller learned that Mona, his young future fiancée “[…] had her hymen broken at the age of fifteen,” for $1,000 by a man who allegedly had a fetish for deflowering young virgins. 

And Dr. Onirifick's jealous wife threatened to report him to the district attorney for being, "[...] after that twelve-year-old niece of his [...]"


In Quiet Days in Clichy, Joey and Carl, both writers, share an apartment Clichy, France. Carl brings home Colette, a fifteen-year-old runaway. 

Carl said, "[...] I brought a girl home with me --- a waif. She can't be more than fourteen. I just gave her a lay. Did you hear me? I hope I didn't knock her up. She's a virgin."

"You men she was," I [Joey] put in.

After Carl introduced Colette to Joey, he opined: "[...] But look a those breasts! Pretty ripe for fourteen, what? She swears she's seventeen, but I don't believe her."

Hiroko Tokuda and Henry Miller

And in another example of art imitating life, in 1967, 76-year-old Miller married Hiroko Tokuda who was 46 years younger than the famous writer.