The Allure of Nymphets chronicles famous and infamous age-discrepant relationships from Emperor Augustus to Woody Allen. And man's (i.e. hebephiles\ephebophiles) fascination with very young women (i.e. nymphets, Lolitas...) as shown in literature, films, plays, television, music, and the advertising industry.
Saturday, January 18, 2014
This is what is written on the About page of Lolita magazine's website:
Entirely handmade as a limited edition print zine, as well as an online magazine, Jolijn Snijders (founder of I LOVE FAKE magazine) literally went back to the drawing board in search to create a fresh, original look as a D.I.Y. format playing with illustration, old school copy machines, hand written typo and lots of pretty [young] girls shot by photographers worldwide.
The print zine will be sold exclusively via the website this fall.
And as you can determine from the photographs above, the description is on point. The magazine is an ephebophile's (i.e., every man's) dream - it's brimming with nymphets. The photographs remind us of Balthus, Vivienne Mok, and Richard Kern.
Here are some quotes from the magazine:
"Lolita is young, fun and bright! And makes me happy to be a girl!"
".... playful and innocent: two keywords a lolita girl must have in our eyes."
"Lolita means a perfect mix between playfulness and innocence; a young carefree girl who knows how to enjoy life."
Lolita magazine will definitely add to the debate - is it art or [child] pornography?