Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Tolstoy's FAMILY HAPPINESS: A Rural Russian Nymphet Seduced by the Big City



Family Happiness (2013), the playran here in New York City at the Baryshnikov Arts Center. The play is based on Family Happiness (1859), Leo Tolstoy's novellawhich is about Marya, a 17-year-old nymphet who marries 36-year-old Sergey. (Unsurprisingly, Tolstoy practiced what he wrote. At 34, Tolstoy married 18-year-old Sophia.)

The rural based marriage of Sergey and Marya goes well, until the age-gap couple visits St. Petersburg where Marya becomes infatuated by the splendors of the big city and contemplates having an affair with a younger man. 

While reading the novella, I was reminded of Hugh Hefner who made it a point to take his young bunnies out on a regular basis. They went partying at least twice per week in addition to other engagements like awards ceremonies and sporting events. And they had weekly Uno games, movie nights and pool parties. 

However, keeping your nymphet entertained doesn't guarantee that she won't leave you for a younger man, but what is a (likely) guarantee is that she'll attempt to return to her (much older) man once the relationship with her peer sours.


Saturday, January 26, 2013

GIRL MODEL (2012): Model Scout, "I Think of Young Girls [as] Beauty."

Dakota and Elle Fanning

There was some controversy surrounding Marc Jacobs' Oh Lola perfume advertisement that features 17-year-old Dakota Fanning and the Marie Claire spread featuring 13-year-old Elle Fanning

Jacobs said that he choose Dakato, who is holding a large phallic bottle between her legs, because, "I knew she could be this contemporary Lolita, seductive yet sweet." 

Interestingly, Jacobs agrees with professor and "man of letters" Robertson Davies' assessment of the Lolita as “[...] not [about] the corruption of an innocent child by a cunning adult, but [about] the exploitation of a weak adult by a corrupt child."

And why did Marie Claire choose 13-year-old Elle for their photo shoot? They're probably like the Japanese.

In Girl Model (2012), a documentary about the pipeline of early-teen Siberian models to Japan, Ashley, an American model scout for Japanese based Switch Models, said referring to Nadya, a tall, skinny, flat chested, thirteen-year-old blonde from Serbia: 

“They love skinny girls in Japan. And she has a fresh young face. She looks young - almost like a prepubescent girl … [The modeling] business is obsessed with youth, and especially my business from Japan. You can't be young enough and youth is beautiful, because there’s the luminosity. There's something in the skin. There's something innocent. And that's what my eye has been trained to see from Japan; so, I look at beauty and I think of young girls [as] beauty. 


Girl Model (2012) Trailer

BEAUTIFUL GIRLS (1996): Wait Until I'm 18 or Go to the Penitentiary

13-year-old Seductress Martie (Natalie Portman) in Beautiful Girls (1996) 
In this clip from Beautiful Girls (1996), 13-year-old Martie (Natalie Portman) breaks up with Scooter and informs middle-aged Willie (Timothy Hutton), “You’re my new boyfriend Willie." But she warned that they would have to, "Wait five years. I’ll be 18. We can walk through this world together. [Otherwise] You'll go to the penitentiary and I'd be the laughing stock of the Brownies."

You're naive if you think that the idea of a 13-year-old girl propositioning a middle-aged man is far-fetched. What is far-fetched about this scene is that the nymphet is mature and patient enough to advise an older man to wait until she is of legal age (in North America). 

And if you have any doubts about a teen being sexually attracted to an older man, take Elizabeth Taylor as an example. Porter and Prince related in their book Elizabeth Taylor: There Is Nothing Like a Dame that when Elizabeth was fifteen-years-old, she made out with thirty-six-year-old [President] Ronald Reagan. 

She said, “Reagan was treating me like a grown woman, and that thrilled me. We sat on his sofa and I could tell he wanted to get it on but he seemed reluctant to make the first move… [so] I became the aggressor.”

 
Beautiful Girls (1996) Clip: "Wait five years. I’ll be 18." 
 



Thursday, January 24, 2013

Are They "Children" Or [Young] Adults?


I shared in The Allure of Nymphets that prior to The Renaissance and the invention of the printing press, there was no distinction between children and adults. Furthermore, the concept of childhood or children didn't exist. "Children," especially after the age of puberty, were considered small adults.
 
In the New York magazine article "Why You Truly Never Leave High School", which is about how high school is a sadistic institution and how new research suggests that high school may be worst possible place for a vulnerable 16-year-old mind, the following was written:

Until the Great Depression, the majority of American adolescents didn’t even graduate from high school. Once kids hit their teen years, they did a variety of things: farmed, helped run the home, earned a regular wage. Before the banning of child labor, they worked in factories and textile mills and mines. All were different roads to adulthood; many were undesirable, if not outright Dickensian. But these disparate paths did arguably have one virtue in common: They placed adolescent children alongside adults. They were not sequestered as they matured. Now teens live in a biosphere of their own. In their recent book Escaping the Endless Adolescence, psychologists Joseph and Claudia Worrell Allen note that teenagers today spend just 16 hours per week interacting with adults and 60 with their cohort. One century ago, it was almost exactly the reverse.

Something happens when children spend so much time apart from adult company. They start to generate a culture with independent values and priorities. James Coleman, a renowned mid-century sociologist, was among the first to analyze that culture in his seminal 1961 work, The Adolescent Society, and he wasn’t very impressed. “Our society has within its midst a set of small teen-age societies,” he wrote, “which focus teen-age interests and attitudes on things far removed from adult responsibilities.











Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Roth's THE BREAST & THE HUMBLING : "Sucking" Pre-Teens and 19 vs 40


In Philip Roth's The BreastProfessor David Kepesh shared, “I want twelve- and thirteen-year-old girls. I want them three, four, five, and six at a time. I want them licking at my nipple all at once. I want them naked and giggling, stroking and sucking me for days on end."

Roth's The Humbling is about Axler's, a 65-year-old actor, affair with Pegee, a 40-year-old "lesbian". Although, a twenty-five year age difference clearly qualifies as an age-discrepant relationship, another scene in the book is more striking.

While Axler and Pegee were making love, Pegee mentioned to Axler that she found him a blond, with crystal blue eyes, long strong legs, perfect breasts and a member of the Prescott swim team.

"The breasts," he said.
"She's nineteen. They're solid and they're just up there...Close your eyes. You want her to make you come?... Squirt it all over her. Now! Now! Yes, that's it - squirt in her face!"

Thus, Pegen assumed that Axler would be more turned on by a nymphet than a 40-year-old.



Monday, January 21, 2013

A Brief History of US Age of Consent Laws



We related in The Allure of Nymphets from Mary E. Odem's Delinquent Daughters: Protecting and Policing Adolescent Female Sexuality in the United States, 1885-1920 that until 1897 the age of consent in California and most states was 10. That's correct, 10-years-old. It was 12 in seven states and even more shocking, it was 7 in Delaware. 

How did the ages get so low? Our early age of consent laws originated over the pond. How did the age of consent go from 10, in most states, to 17? Feminists are to blame thank.

After the 19th century, young women started working outside of the home and consequently became more promiscuous. Feminists blamed the raunchy behavior of young women on "dirty old men," and in an effort to scare older men off, they successfully lobbied to have the age of consent raised. 

However, it backfired, and young women became even more licentious. For example, there was a rise in, self-initiated sans pimps, teen prostitution. Consequently, feminists realized that issues like abuse, education, and poverty had more to do with the erratic behavior of nymphets than older men, but it was too late. The damage had already been done. The age of consent laws had been passed.

However, there were two unsuccessful attempts to lower the age of consent.  In 1889, there was an effort in Kansas to lower the age to 12, and in 1890, there was an attempt in New York to lower the age to 14.

Interestingly, the age of consent is still low in most of countries across the pond. For example, in Germany it's 14, in France it's 15, and in Spain it's 13.


ELECTION: A "Wet" Student's Affair With Her High School Teacher


In Election, Tracy Flick (Reese Witherspoon) had an affair with Mr. Dave Novotny, her high school teacher. 

In the novel, the reader is first introduced to the affair by Tracy, "ALL RIGHT, so I slept with my English teacher and ruined his marriage. Crucify me. Send me to bad girl prison [...]" 

In the film, the viewer is introduced to the affair by the math teacher. He ironically confided with the ethics teacher (Matthew Broderick), "Her pussy gets so wet you can't believe it." 


Interestingly, in the novel, Tracy is a fifteen-year-old sophomore, but in the movie, she is a sixteen-year-old junior. The movie is set in Omaha, Nebraska; so, we're surprised the writer(s) didn't make her seventeen or set the movie in Nevada where the age-of-consent is sixteen. In the end, her age didn't matter, because, in the book and the movie, Mr. Novotny was forced to resign, but surprisingly, he didn't go to jail. 

According to the novel, the relationship began after the following conversation:

"The boys in this school are so immature," she complained. "They don't even know how to conduct a conversation."
"Oh?" said Jack. "So you'd prefer an older man?"
"As a matter of fact, I probably would"

Subsequently, the nymphet and her teacher "made out" all over (high) school before he took her virginity - in his house. 

However, just like in Solitary Man (2009), Tanner Hall (2009), Margaret (2011), the age-discrepant relationship began to crumble when Mr. Novotny became needy after making his  student feel "safe and protected." For example, Tracy said in the novel that her teacher, "[...] turn[ed] out to be as big a baby as any sixteen-year-old." 

The relationship came to a complete halt when, in the film, Tracy's mother found a handmade card from Mr. Novotny (Fig. 1) and when, in the novel, her mother found the following message on Tracy's A- The Scarlet Letter essay: "Why won't you talk to me? Do you think love can be turned on and off like a faucet? Why don't you just get a gun and shoot me?
Fig. 1
The most telling quote from the film has to be the quote about how "wet" Tracy gets and the most telling quote from the novel has to be, "It was easier than you might imagine to forget she was fifteen. Spend enough time in high school, and you forget what fifteen means."

Election was written by Tom Perrotta who graduated from Yale and taught writing at Harvard

The New York Times Book Review opined, "Election provides those gratifyingly exact and telling portraits of the kids themselves. Solid plotting..." And Time Out New York praised, "Captures the texture of high-school life in a refreshingly unromantic manner."

Sunday, January 20, 2013

Samsung Galaxy III Smartphone for Amateur Teen Porn?

According to a number of sociologists, life imitates art and vice versa. For example, there's a proliferation of amateur teen pornography on the Internet. A significant percentage of which consists of videos and pictures that nymphets make with their smartphones for and with their boyfriends. Consequently, the business savvy marketing people at Samsung used that knowledge as a selling point for their new Galaxy III smartphone.

For example, in the Samsung commercial "Work Trip", a business traveler's wife informed her husband that she made him video, but warned, “You probably shouldn’t watch it on the plane,” implying that the video was for his eyes only.

In another Samsung commercial titled "Santa's Work Trip", Mrs. Clause informed Santa that she had the same concern about the video that she made for him. And with a sly look warned, "[...] you probably shouldn't watch it on the sleigh."


 
"Work Trip"

 "Santa's Work Trip"

Saturday, January 19, 2013

Mimi Alford: JFK's Nymphet "Intern" Affair

Mimi Alford & JFK
NBC's Rock Center did a profile on Mimi Alford, who was a nineteen-year-old college student when she began an eighteen month affair with forty-five-year-old President John F. Kennedy. Like Father, Like Son. Having read The Dark Side of Camelot, we were not surprised by this revelation in Mimi's book, Once Upon a Secret: My Affair with President John F. Kennedy and Its Aftermath. 

Per Mimi, here is how the affair began:

Mimi visited the White House when she was a senior at Miss Porter's [Boarding] School. A year later she received an unsolicited phone call to do an internship at the White House. After her fourth day on the job, she received a call from Dave Powers (aka. The First Friend) to join the President and two other young women for a midday swim. Later that evening, she received another call from Powers to attend a gathering in the White House. After some small talk, the President took Mimi to Jackie O's bedroom, guided her down to the bed and took her virginity.

 
Mimi Alford's Rock Center with Brian Williams (Partial) Interview

Interestingly, the entire interview was not posted on NBC's website; therefore, you're going to have to read the book to learn about the other salacious details of their affair like when JFK had Mimi perform oral sex on one of his middle-aged friends during another midday swim at the White House.

VICE: Blackmailed or Voluntary Teen Cam Shows?



Vice's post Cowards Are Blackmailing Young Women to Death on the Internet is about males (i.e., Cappers) who blackmail teens into performing live-streamed strip shows. Per the post, once the men coerce a teen to "[...] show some skin, it’s referred to as a “win,” and images of the girl are screen-captured or recorded without her consent or awareness." Subsequently, those images or videos are then used to blackmail the girl into doing more virtual strip shows. 

Based on our research for The Allure of Nymphets, we would confidently say that the majority of teen (virtual) strip shows are done voluntary and for free. Actually, a short story posted on Vice is a more realistic portrayal of teens. 


“I want my big Jewish Santa Daddy to spank my nice-naughty [16-year-old] ass!”

In the short story Santa Daddy by Brett Gelman, Angela invited a middle-aged bearded man to her apartment. After she asked him to put on a Santa Clause custom she said, “Spank me, Santa Daddy! Spank that ass, Santa Daddy! Spank that 16-year-old ass! Merry Christmas!” 

“Sixteen? I thought you said you were 20!”

“Did I? Oops! Guess I’m even less nice than you thought!”


The Allure of Nymphets: A Free-Verse Poem


The following is a free-verse poem that appears in the book The Allure of Nymphets and serves well as a plot synopsis:

Giacomo Casanova simultaneously took the virginity of
teen orphans Nanetta and Marta.

Charlie Chaplin developed a crush on a 12-year-old.

Before he met a 14-year-old and impregnated her at 16.

44-year-old Frank Sinatra had an affair with 14-year-old

Tuesday Weld who ironically refused to be Kubrick’s Lolita.

37-year-old Ronald Reagan smooched with 15-year-old

Elizabeth Taylor – and it was her idea.

69-year-old Joe Kennedy Sr. had sex with his 17-year-old

French caddie, while Lyndon Johnson listened over lunch.

While On the Road, Neal Cassady described the 15-year-old

Marylou as “...so sweet, so young, hmm, ahh!”

The Rosewood Day Pretty Little Liars pulled up their sky-high

minis to reveal their panties to the “fortysomething guy”.

Breakfast at Tiffany’s 18-year-old Holiday Golightly said,

“I can’t get excited by a man until he’s at least forty-two.”

Californication’s Frank Moody had sex with his

ex-wife’s 16-year-old step-daughter.

Bored to Death’s Ray was disappointed after Jonathan failed to

sodomize the 16-year-old.

And what was the 16-year-old’s New Year’s resolution?

“I’m going to fuck my history teacher!”

LIBERAL ARTS (2012): Having Doubts About a Nymphet, Do the Numbers


In the film Liberal Arts (2012), when thirty-five-year-old Jesse (Josh Radnor) visited his alma mater to attend a retirement dinner for his former professor, nineteen-year-old Zibby (Elizabeth Olsen) became infatuated.

Initially, Jesse was reluctant to begin a relationship with a college coed, but after he "did the numbers", he happily returned from Manhattan to the Midwest liberal arts college before Jesse asked him to take her virginity.

Contemplation
Frustration
Revelation
Celebration

Pharrell's & Jay-Z's YOUNG GIRL



I wrote in The Allure of Nymphets about Ice T's Sex where he raps about a rap contest where the, "First prize was a virgin young girl," and how he put "it", "[...] in their little panties that their boyfriend saw."

Pharrell's Young Girl/I Really Like You features Jay-Z. In the song, Pharrel appears to be distraught about his attraction to a nymphet - to the point that he seeks help from his mother: 

Mama help, I fell in love with a young girl
What on earth, what I'm [I] suppose to do
Young girl, so in love with you 

However, Jay-Z appears to handle his attraction to a nineteen-year-old well. In his verse, he raps:

Hove got a young girl
Still not quite 21
So high strung, such a vibrant thing 
I introduce myself, "Hi, Miss Thing" 
You're 19? 
No, you're lighting in a bottle I give you a ring tomorrow 

There you have it. Men handle the attraction differently, but nonetheless they handle it .