Saturday, February 9, 2013

Nymphet Author Cathy Coote's INNOCENTS

When I first began doing research for The Allure of Nymphets I was shocked when I started seeing books, movies, and television shows with age-discrepant relationship themes and plots that were written by women. Innocents is possibly an anomaly, because it's written by a nymphet. Here's the plot summary from Amazon:

Written when Cathy Coote was nineteen...forcing someone vulnerable and naive into a sexual relationship to satisfy a twisted desire is perverted, even evil. But when the perpetrator is a sixteen-year-old schoolgirl, is she culpable? And if the victim is her thirty-four-year-old teacher, shouldn't he have known better? When the nameless young narrator of Innocents decides to seduce her teacher, she immediately realizes that the power of her sexuality is greater than she ever imagined...and moves in with her teacher; together, they quickly embark on a journey into their darkest desires. 

What may be counter-intuitive to the naive, just like in real-life and in every book I've read (with the exception of Nabokov's The Enchanter) or movie and television show I've seen, this relationship was initiated by the nymphet. Here's an excerpt:

I wanted you when I saw how you dreaded to touch me...it seemed to me that you were punishing yourself for your most innocent passions. You were charmingly, naively presuming yourself guilty of lechery, debauchery, debasement. So I...reached for that agitated pinching right hand of yours, and I took it in mine...I stroked it gently, with my thumb..Biting my lip, making my face tentative, I asked out of the blue, 'Will you kiss me? Please? Don't you fancy me?'..With one swift flowing movement...I knelt up, so as to have my face close to yours... 

 

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