Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Baby Love (1968): Teleiophile Rejects Teenage, "Stupid Little Boy!"


Teenage boys/young men and middle-aged women are generally opposed to age-discrepant relationships. The main reason being the competition factor:
  • teenage boys/young men vs. middle-aged men over nymphets
  • nymphets vs. middle-aged women over middle-aged men
I'll add here that, in general, the only middle-aged males that you'll find that are opposed to age-discrepant relationships are those that haven't had the privilege of being propositioned by a nymphet. 

In Baby Love (1968), which is a British movie based on the novel by Tina Chad Christian, Luci (Linda Hayden), a 15-year-old nymphet and teleiophile, seduces the mother and attempts to seduce the father of her adoptive family after her mother commits suicide. However, Luci  repeatedly rejects the advances of, Nick, the teenage son of the family. 

"You stupid little boy...grow up!" Luci demanded.
"You like old men like my father." Nick conceded reluctantly. 

Linda Hayden was 15-years-old when Baby Love was filmed and was nude in multiple scenes; however, they were non-sexual scenes and thus "permissible" despite her age.