Sunday, November 2, 2014

ANNA (2009): A Nymphet Watches Porn

Anna 2009
Anna (2009) is (a bit of) a Danish coming of age short film about Anna, a 12-year-old girl whom lives in a fishing village in Denmark. In the film, Anna's mother shields Anna's eyes from watching a sex scene, but she comforts Anna by informing her that she can watch porn when she turns 16. (The age of consent in Denmark is 15.)

But the issue shouldn't be when Anna can watch porn. The issue should be watching porn.
As I related in The Allure of Nymphets, according to Richard Farson in Birth-rights "There was no age separation before the sixteenth century, no separate world for children. They were in on everything, they shared everything, the same games, stories, dances...Adults and children were never apart."


Thus, the issue should be the acceptability of watching porn. If you're a religious ephebophile, you would advise an ephebophile to avoid watching porn for obvious religions reasons. 

If you're not religious, you may want to avoid porn, because according to a 2000 Zillmann studyInfluence of Unrestrained Access to Erotica on Adolescents’ and Young Adults’ Dispositions Toward Sexuality, viewing pornography can lead to watching more extreme forms of pornography which can be extremely dangerous for an ephebophile because an ephebophile may begin with teen pornography but be tempted to illegally watch younger and younger nymphets. And with the level of entrapment by the authorities, one's risk of getting into serious trouble with the law is greatly increased.

In addition, the laws are confusing due to the debate over art versus pornography. For example, 12-year-old Anna (Marie Hammer Boda) was shown topless in this mainstream film without any complaints from the authorities; thus, her preteen nudity was considered art. 

To conclude, we advise ephebophiles to avoid pornography and to marry a nymphet a la Elvis, Steven Bauer, and Doug Hutchison to name a few. And if you live in the middle-east, we encourage you to marry up to four nymphets.

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