Wednesday, July 31, 2013

NIP/TUCK (2007): "I like having sex with older men. It's a Daddy Thing."


On the 7th episode of the 5th season of Nip/Tuck, after Eden (AnnaLynne McCord), an 18-year-old high school student, had "get it out of our system" sex with Dr. Sean McNamara (Dylan Walsh) she decided to abruptly leave the plastic surgeon's apartment and go "out" to the Whiskey.  

"I'll go with you. Don't you want me to?"  Dr. Sean McNamara asked.
"After sex clinginess happens all the time - especially with older guys." Eden replied.
"Are you saying there's no chemistry here?" 
"I like having sex with older men. It's a daddy thing. [But] I don't date guys with grey pubes."

What Eden said is true. Just like in Solitary Man (2009) when Ben Kalmen (Michael Douglas) had sex with his 18-year-old step-daughter, he became clingly as well. Older men often become clingly after they have been initially seduced by nymphets and their true nature as ephebophiles is released after being dormant for years. And they tend to no longer have patience and allow the nymphets to seduce them. Instead of maintaining their attractive nature, they tend to become needy and aggressive, which often causes them to lose their young women and land them on the wrong side of the law



Monday, July 29, 2013

90210 (2009): Actually, Nymphets/Teleiophiles Love Married Men...




I wrote in The Allure of Nymphets about the pilot episode 90210 in which fifteen-year-old Adriana performed oral sex on Ethan, the star of the Lacrosse team, in an SUV in front of West Beverly Hills High School.

The first episode of the second season of the teen drama 90210 opens with Naomi (AnnaLynne McCord) daydreaming at her desk about Jason, a middle-aged man she is obsessed with whom she met at Barneys. This is what she had to say to her high school friends about Jason:

"Oh my God, Jason is so witty. This is good. I am finally going out with a real man. He's so..Brilliant. He reads book you guys. For fun. I'm telling you, the minute I met him a thrill went up my spin...... High school boys no nothing about...how to pleasure a women... Jason has these hands. They're like, man hands. I'm telling you, I cannot wait to have those hands all over this..."

However, after Naomi discovered that Jason was married, she had second thoughts about the age-discrepant relationship. In an effort to convince the nymphet that his marriage shouldn't stop them from having a relationship. Jason said, "When we met at Barneys it sent a thrill up my spin [too].Your a special girl.I know it's a little inconvenient that I'm married, but I'm sure we can find some way to work around it. Listen, I think we're bigger than labels."

But Naomi didn't fall for it. She said, "I am not a cheating skank."

Actually, the episode is somewhat unrealistic. Most nymphets are not turned off by a married man. In general, they are more attracted to married than single older men. 


Saturday, July 27, 2013

TWILIGHT (2008): The 103-Year-old Vampire and the High School Student


I wrote in The Allure of Nymphets that the Twilight series of books have sold over one hundred million copies, were translated into over thirty-five languages, were successfully adapted to the big screen, and earned the author, Stephanie Meyer, over $50 million dollars. However, did you know that Twilight, which was a New York Times Editor’s Choice, an Amazon “Best Book of the Decade…” and a Publishers Weekly Best Book of the Year, is based on an age-discrepant relationship? And did you know that Edward, the vampire, who was played by the heartthrob Robert Pattinson in the movies, was over 100-years-old when he courted the 17-year-old Bella (Kristen Stewart)?

He uses his young looks to infiltrate [high] schools.


Here's an excerpt from The Allure of Nymphets:

In the novel, high school student Bella asked Edward, “How old are you?”
“Seventeen,” he answered promptly.
“And how long have you been seventeen?”
“A while,” he admitted at last.

Interestingly, the way Bella asked the questions and the way she reacted to Edward’s answers were markedly different in the book and the movie. In the book, the tone of Bella’s questions was relaxed, and she appeared to be relieved and even pleased with Edward’s answers. However, in the movie, Bella  (Kristen Stewart) was extremely tense and distraught, both in her questions and her reaction to Edward’s responses. In the book, Bella smiled when she found out that Edward had been seventeen for “awhile,” but in the movie she looked like she had just found out that her entire family had been killed in an airplane crash.

It turned out that Edward’s vague answer did not satisfy the seventeen-year-old Bella’s curiosity. She pressed on, and maintained a soft tone, this time in the book and the film, for a more specific answer.

“Are you ever going to tell me how old you are?” I asked, tentative, not wanting to upset his buoyant humor.
“Does it matter much?” His smile, to my relief, remained unclouded.
“No, but I still wonder…” I grimaced. “There’s nothing like an unsolved mystery to keep you up at night.”
“I wonder if it will upset you,” he reflected to himself.
“Try me,” I finally said.
“I was born in Chicago in 1901.”

Bella feigned an unsurprised look on her face, and braced herself for more information about the much older man she was, as the back cover of the book describes, “…unconditionally, and irrevocably in love with…”

My initial response to Edward’s birthdate was shock, but then I passed it off as a sub-plot that was probably missed by most of the fans of the series. That was until I took an unscientific poll from a variety of teenage fans of the series. I asked a number of them if they were aware of Edward’s age and every single one of them replied in the affirmative; however, the knowledge of Edward's age did not sway their opinion of the books or the movies in any way.

Talk about art imitating life, Kristen Stewart, 22, and Robert Pattinson, 26, developed a relationship on the set of the Twilight film series that continued over the years until Kristen began an affair on the set of Snow White and the Huntsman with Rupert Sandars, the 41-year-old married director of the film.

In Jack Kerouac's On The Road, Dean (Neal Cassady) reminisced about a three day liaison in the Ace Hotel with 15-year-old Marylou, whom he described as being, “... so sweet then, so young, hmm, ahh!” Guess who played Marylou in the film adaptation of the novel? You guessed it, Kristen Stewart.


Daniel Harper's THE NYMPHETS: Jewels & The Allure of Ballet Girls


In addition to Victoria Lincoln's "Down in the Reeds by the River", I found a number of other short stories in the contents of Daniel Harper's The Nymphets.

"Anna on the Neck" by Anton Chekhov is about 18-year-old Anna's arranged marriage to Modest Alexeitch, a 52-year-old wealthy government official. Anna agrees to marry Alexeitch, who is "[...] of medium height, rather stout and puffy [...]" to help her family financially but becomes dismayed after Alexeitch gives her "[...] bracelets, rings, and brooches [...]" that he keeps a close eye on, instead of cash, which causes the nymphet's father, a poor teacher, private tutor, painter, musician, and drunkard, and her two brothers to remain in poverty.

Initially, Anna is afraid to oppose her husband and ask him for some money. But after she attends the winter ball in the Hall of Nobility, meets His Excellency Artynov, dazzles everyone with her youth, dark hair and dark eyes, and is exposed to the good life, Anna's demeanor and behavior changes drastically towards her middle-aged husband.

"Twenty-Six Men and a Girl" by Maxim Gorky is about 26 men who are "[...] locked in a damp cellar from morning to night [...]" kneading dough and making kringles and crackers. To the men's delight, Tanya, a 16-year-old with a "[...] rosy face with sky-blue, happy eyes [...]" visits them daily. To the dismay of their mean-spirited boss, the men precariously grace the nymphet with kringles. The bakers are infatuated and think highly of the nymphet until a very confident pickup artist and dandy comes to town.

Lastly, in Guy de Maupassant's "Virtue in the Ballet" he shares that German author Friedrich Wilhelm Hackländer related in his earlier novels that "[...] true virtue appears in tights and short petticoats and is only found in ballet girls." Guy de Maupassant then goes on to write that "Whenever a new, youthful dancer appeared at the Vienna Opera House, the habitues began to go after her [...] until the fresh young rose had been plucked by some hand [...] though often it was old and trembling." Those young, pretty, and often poor roses were plucked by the "smell of flowers and the flash of diamonds".

At the beginning of the winter season, Santanella, a "voluptuous" young girl of "dazzling beauty" joined the company. Santanella was "surrounded by the bright halo of virginity". The next morning after her first appearance on the stage, she was showered with "billets doux, jewels and bouquets" Eventually, Santanella was seduced by a wealthy banker through her mother, Henrietta. He "[...] furnished them elegantly, hired a cook and housemaid, made an arrangement with a fly-driver, and lastly clothed her daughter's lovely limbs in silk, velvet and valuable lace."

However, and unsurprisingly to any established pickup artist who knows that one can't buy love, the wealthy banker's seduction faux paus caused him to lose the nymphet to the youthful and handsome Count  L-- who "[...] sent her no diamonds, and not even any flowers". However, Count  L-- had to make a major sacrifice to be with Santanella.

Monday, July 22, 2013

THE NEW YORKER: How to Seduce a Nymphet


We wrote an entire chapter in The Allure of Nymphets on how to marry a nymphet. For example, we wrote about the importance of having the proper mindset (e.g., not being needy and being mentally powerful (i.e., having extreme self-control)).

The ephebophile in "Down in the Reeds by the River" by Victoria Lincoln sets a good example of what it takes to seduce a nymphet. In the short story that appeared in the September 28, 1946 issue of the The New Yorker, Connie, a 14-year-old "[...] wiry, red-headed" girl, shared a romantic moment with Mr. deRocca, an approximately 50-year-old carpenter from Italy, whom she met after she moved to a small city in Kansas from California.

Typically, stories and movies about ephebophiles have the men go about approaching nymphets in the wrong way, but Lincoln has Mr. deRocca make all the right moves. For example, as Connie watched Mr. deRocca, as nymphets typically do, from the corners of her eyes, she noticed that despite his age, "[...] the flesh under his skin was firm and didn't hang down [...] He looked harder and nicer than other older men." (That is why we shared in The Allure of Nymphets that R. Don Steele advises that middle-aged men should be fit. But we would caution that a middle-aged man doesn't want to be fit to attract nymphets, but he should want to be fit, because it's healthy. Otherwise, he may come off as being needy.)

After Mr. deRocca cordially asked Connie to please sit and offered her bite to eat, she said, "[...] it was lovely being treated like a lady, that I could not disappoint him." Lincoln's Mr. deRocca obviously knew that one of the best ways to seduce a nymphet was to make her feel like a lady.

In addition, Mr. deRocca sincerely complemented Connie on her young beauty. He said, "Pretty name for a pretty girl," to which Connie thought, "No one had told me I was pretty since my mother died. I was grateful to him [...]"

Lastly, Mr. deRocca knew to have patience and take things slowly with the nymphet. After he slipped his hand down Connie's back and around her waist, he paused. Connie related that, "[...] if he had hurried, if he had let me see his eagerness, I should have run away crying. I should have run away full of fear and hate [...]"

(We must reiterate that men must follow the age of consent laws in their respective states or countries.)





Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Famous Ephebophile: Al Sharpton



Al Sharpton and Aisha McShaw

Today's most read article on the New York Daily News' websitis titled "Al Sharpton's New Love is Decades Younger".

The 58-year-old activist and preacher has been spotted at various functions around Manhattan with the much younger looking Aisha McShaw. When asked about her relationship with Sharpton, Aisha, a personal stylist, told reporters at the New York County Democratic Committee Award Ceremony, "I'm his girlfriend."

The article states that Aisha is 35, but I agree with a number of the commenters that she looks more like she's 25. For political reasons, did Sharpton have Aisha add 10 years to her age?


Monday, July 15, 2013

Famous Ephebophile: Doug Hutchison


Courtney Stodden (18) and Doug Hutchison (52) 

50-year-old actor Doug Hutchison (The Green Mile,The X-Files, and Lost) married his wife, Courtney Stodden, when she was 16. They met after Courtney signed up for Doug's acting workshop. They got married months later with the blessing of Courtney's parents. 

Unlike Hugh Hefner, Doug's marriage to the nymphet wasn't praised. He related to VH1, "I got death threats calling me a pedophile, calling me a pervert. My agent dropped me, my manager said by marrying Courtney was like taking a gun and shooting my career in the head."

The age-discrepant couple were recently on VH1′s Couples Therapy. In the promotional interview with Billy Bush, Doug mentioned that their relationship was modeled after John and Bo Derek. I wrote about John and Bo in The Allure of Nymphets where I related that Bo had to avoid being prosecuted for statutory rape after he bedded the sixteen-year-old future 10 star by fleeing the country to Germany until Bo turned 18. Doug mentioned in the interview that John and Bo were married for 22 years and that Bo held John's hand on his death bed. 

I was shocked by Billy Bush's defensive, harsh and antagonistic attitude towards Doug. Not once did Billy praise Doug for getting Courtney's parent's blessing and for waiting to have sex with the nymphet until after they got  married.

VH1′s Couples Therapy

Saturday, July 13, 2013

French Teen Prostitute Becomes Fashion Icon



Zahia Dehar

The New York Post ran a story last week about Zahia Dehar's much anticipated "ultra-sexy, uber-expensive" lingerie line that is backed by fashion luminaries Christian Louboutin, Jean Paul Gaultier and Christian Lacroix. Karl Lagerfeld even "hailed" Zahia as the new Coco Chanel. 


But what lead me to do a Google search about Zahia is a 2010 article in the Daily Mail about Zahia's job as a high priced teen prostitute who had sex with three European soccer stars about whom she declared, ‘I loved them all.’

In addition, Zahia worked at the Café Zaman, a notorious brothel on the Champs Elysee. 

Ironically, prostitution is legal in France, and the age of consent is 15 there, but it's illegal to have sex with a prostitute who is under 18-years-old.


Tuesday, July 9, 2013

THE TOKYO REPORTER: Japanese Nymphet Masseuses & Teen Hookers


The following headlines can be found on The Tokyo Reporter's website
We've written about Enjo-kōsai, so the above headlines didn't surprise us. However, this headline did surprise us "Teenage masseuses at Tokyo JK [joshi kosei (high-school girl)] massage joints come under scrutiny." 

After a 4,000 yen for 30 minutes entry fee is paid, the high school girls were paid:
  • 2,000 yen for hugs or the use of their thighs as pillows
  • 2,000 yen to show their underwear
  • 5,000 yen to massage their breasts, and  
  • 10,000 yen to masturbate through their panties
During a police crackdown of 17 message parlors, 76 of the 115 employees detained were teenage masseuses. But a writer covering the sex trade in Japan who was interviewed for the article stated, “A girl could pull in 40,000 to 50,000 yen [...] So [despite the crackdown] they’ll strive to establish independent work. Certainly, there are plenty of customers interested in their services.”


Monday, July 8, 2013

Teens Flash Breasts at Bob Saget

Bob Saget
In the Intelligencer/Party Lines section of this week's New York magazine, 57-year-old Bob Sagat was interviewed at the Friars Club tribute to Don Rickles. On a tangent, Sagat said, "I just played Bonnaroo [The annual four-day music and arts festival in Tennessee.] last week, and girls flashed their breasts at me! I've got 18-year-olds doing that."

I was shocked to read that the former Full House dad was being flashed by nymphets until I heard some of his stand-up routine. On his HBO show Bob Saget: That Ain't Right (2007) he joked, "I've got three daughters. I feel bad, because I've been banging their friends [...] Two infrared cameras setup in the bathrooms [to record my daughter's friends] and that's about it."

LOL


Tuesday, July 2, 2013

THE ORANGES (2011): If It's Genuine, Age Doesn't Matter


In The Oranges (2011), Nina Ostroff (Leighton Meester) initiates an affair with David Walling (Hugh Laurie), her middle-aged neighbor, who is also her father's best friend. Unsurprisingly, the age-discrepant affair causes friction between the Ostroffs and WallingsConsequently, Nina and her older lover decides to end the relationship, but have second thoughts after they realize that they're happier together. 


In the clip below, Nina tells her distraught mother, "If what we're feeling is real and genuine, then age doesn't matter." 

To which Nina's mother sarcastically inquires, "Are you okay sucking David's old balls?!"


The Oranges (2011): Clip

Famous Ephebophile: Silvio Berlusconi

Silvio Berlusconi                    Ruby Heartstealer

I wrote in
The Allure of Nymphets about Silvio Berlusconi, the former Prime Minister of Italy, who was indicted for hiring Karima el Mahroug (a/k/a Ruby Heartstealer), a seventeen-year-old belly dancer and alleged prostitute. 

Berlusconi denied having sex with Ruby, but he did admit to giving the teenage Heartstealer tens of thousands of euros out of the kindness of his heart. 

I wrote that Berlusconi’s comment and actions are revealing, because, in general, middle-aged men don't give large amounts of money to nymphet belly dancers as charitable contributions. Middle-aged men generally give large amounts of money to nymphets because they want to have sex or as a gift after they have had sex - but rarely as charity. Since, Berlusconi admitted that he did not have sex with Ruby, then that would imply that he gave her the money because he desperately wanted to have sex.

Well, whatever really happened, Berlusconi was recently sentenced by three female judges to seven years in jail and banned from holding public office . (Berlusconi did not have a chance of winning that case. Nobody hates ephebophiles more than middle-aged women and teen boys.)

The BBC reported: "This judgement will have no immediate, practical impact. It was only the verdict of a lower court. Appeals against it could go on for years. Even if the sentence was eventually confirmed, a man of Mr Berlusconi's age would be extremely unlikely to go to prison for crimes like these in Italy."

Ironically, the legal age of consent in Italy is 14. It's 16 if one has some influence on the teen (e.g. Her teacher). But if one pays for sex with a nymphet, she has to be at least 18.


Zelly Martin's JAILBAIT in VICE Magazine


Back in January, we did a post about two somewhat contradictory pieces that were published in Vice magazine. One of the pieces was an article that accused men of seducing teens into performing virtual strip shows, but the other piece was a short story written by Brett Gelman that had a teen seduce an older Santa. 

The short story "Jailbait" by Zelly Martin is published In the current issue of Vice magazine. In the story, after Marie met Jack at a party her mother held for her stepfather, Marie tried to seduce convince Jack that the fact that she was underage shouldn't prevent them from having a relationship. 

Marie said, “If I didn't run around town telling everyone, why would it matter that I’m younger? Couldn't this be a secret? Why does age even matter? Everyone is different. How did we even decide on 18, anyway? I know 18-year-olds who should not be considered adults. We should judge that person by person, if it wouldn't be so difficult and time-consuming.”

The short story doesn't reveal Marie's exact age, but the tags on Vice's website are revealing e.g. Tags: Fiction, story, fiction issue, underage, middle school cheerleaders...