Thursday, June 29, 2017

Amazon's I LOVE DICK: A Nymphet Masturbates, Watches Porn & Studies Impressionism



Above is Lovis Cornith's Self-Portrait with his Wife and a Glass of Champagne, 1902. Forty-three-year-old Lovis, a German artist and writer, fell in love with Charlotte Berend, his future wife, when she was twenty-one. But what led me to this painting may be more intriguing than their twenty-two-year age-gap - especially since Charlotte wasn't a true nymphet.





I saw the billboard for "I Love Dick" in a Manhattan subway. I naively refused believe that it was a sexual pun, and I made no plans to watch the Amazon series. However, after I read a Jennifer Krasinki piece in the Village Voice that the women on the show were going to: "speak directly to the camera about their sexual histories", I was intrigued. 

In the spirit of Nancy Friday's My Secret Garden: Women’s Sexual Fantasies and Tavi Gevinson's RookieChris shared, "Dear Dick, I've been horny since I was six. I used to press my crotch into the belly of my stuffed Rhino [...] I'd love to hump him in front of our sitter Karen Harris. I used to say that Rhino was hungry and that I needed to feed him [...] In high school, I wanted to fuck anybody - male or female."


Chris

Toby shared with Dick that her dad "was an expert on children", which he thought "allowed" him to "touch" her, and when she was a nymphet, she was exposed to porn, which she couldn't get out of her head. And with the porn still "stuck" in her head, Toby entered Columbia at the age of sixteen where she studied 19th century diagrams of the ideal breast shape; hence, Lovis' Self-Portrait with his Wife and a Glass of Champagne, 1902.


Toby

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Incest and Old\Young Streaming Erotica on "The Biggest Adult Website on the Planet"



Maureen O'Connor's New York magazine cover story "Pornhub is the Kinsey Report of Our Time" related data culled from Pornhub, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary.

There were a least two entries that were relevant to this blog. O'Connor wrote: "Last year, women were 96% more likely than men to use dad-related search terms". The fact that women are searching for "dad" and "daddy" on a pornography website isn't surprising to those who have read Nancy Friday's My Secret Garden: Women’s Sexual Fantasies where Bella shared that since she was eight-years-old, her father had always been her "fantasy lover during masturbation".

And before James Franco deleted his Instagram account, a number of nymphets seductively referred to him as "dad" or "daddy".



Lastly, the graph below shows that "OLD\YOUNG" was the most browsed category on "[t]he biggest adult website on the planet".

Saturday, June 3, 2017

Abbott's THE END OF EVERYTHING in NEW YORK's Approval Matrix: Three Nymphets & Three Age-Gap Affairs



I was looking for the outline of my unpublished and (allegedly) stolen children's book when I stumbled upon an Approval Matrix that I ripped out of the June 27, 2011 issue of New York magazine. I put a check next to the entry: "Megan Abbott's novel The End of Everything begins with YA poignancy before becoming a very adult loss-of-innocence story" but I never ordered the book; however, I recently purchased a signed used copy at Strand after reading some Amazon reviews. For example, Jeni Carroll gave the novel 5 Stars but titled her review "Proceed with Caution". Carroll shared, "When I was in college, I begrudgingly read Lolita because it was required. I, personally, am not a fan of creepy fiction [...] So when I had nightmares about Lolita, I knew the book did its job."


Here's part of Amazon's review:

Thirteen-year old Lizzie Hood and her next door neighbor Evie Verver are inseparable [...] And then, one afternoon, Evie disappears [...] Would she have gotten into the car of a stranger? [...] Lizzie uncovers secrets and lies that make her wonder if she knew her best friend at all.


The review fails to mention that Lizzie is in love with her best friend's father: "Oh , and Mr. Verver, Mr. Verver, Mr. Verver, he's always vibrating in my chest, under my fingernails, in all kinds of places [...] I couldn't remember a time when I wasn't [...] hungry for the moments he would shine his attentions on me."

Lizzie, an eight grade middle-school student, masturbates: "I'm thirteen, did I tell you, and I have soft dimples where my thighs meet my knees, and each night I lie in bed with my hands wedged between my legs [...] and if I try hard enough I can [...] make the whole world break open and break me all to pieces."

Lizzie lets another teen look at her fountains while he masturbates: "How is it that I pull my arms out of my sleeves and slide my bra down and let him see? But I do. My skin quills up [...] When he's done, he makes a little sound, and I feel his hand sticky on my chest and he pinches them and my eyelids flutter".

[Spoiler Alert] The review mentions that Evie disappears but understandably doesn't reveal that Evie voluntarily disappears for three weeks with Mr. Shaw: "Evie felt Mr. Shaw's love [...] a man three times her age [...] and knows that she is the most special girl of all [...] She is everything and he would tear down his life for her [...] She has that power. What girl wouldn't want that power?"

Evie confessed to Lizzie, "I went with him. I wanted to go. I asked him to take me away."

Lastly, Dusty, Evie's sister and high school coed, calls her sister "a disgusting little girl" for having a sexual affair with Mr. Shaw, but Evie retorts by revealing Dusty's incestuous affair with their father: "And you stand her blaming me, judging me, but look at you, Dusty, preening for him [...] the flirting and the winking and the curling up to him in our lawn chairs, I see how it is, Mom sees how it is. I know what you feel. You think you can hide it, but you can't. Who's the sick one, who is --"

Interestingly,The End of Everything is in the Highbrow/Brilliant quadrant of New York magazine's Approval Matrix.