Wednesday, April 3, 2013

THE MONK (2011): A Monk is Seduced by a Nymphet

The Monk (2011) [French: Le moine] is an ironic example of "What To Do" and "What Not To Do" to be seduced by a nymphet. Counterintuitively, the piety of monks can be extremely attractive to nymphets. 

Mickey Royal relates in The Pimp Game that for one to be a pimp, he must have power over himself and give up desires of the flesh (i.e. materialism, lust, etc.). And every man knows that females are attracted to power, but not every man knows that one of the most attractive forms of power is self-control (i.e., power over oneself). 

Royal even advises that, like the Monk, one should not approach the opposite sex, but be "open" (i.e. have no desires of the flesh) and, like the Monk, let the nymphet be the seducer.

In the French film, the Monk (Vincent Cassel) is understandably very religious. Following Royal's advice,  he initially rejects the advances of a teen who sneaks into the monastery to seduce him; however, after she drugs him and takes his virginity, his inhibitions are released, and he aggressively pursues the nymphet

Unsurprisingly, she rejects his advances, and unfortunately he makes the ultimate sacrifice to "be with her". The monk's neediness was unattractive to the nymphet, because being needy exemplifies a lack of power (i.e., needy is an antonym of power).

Lastly, if you want to be seduced by an age-appropriate nymphet, having a monk-like beard isn't a bad idea either

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