Sunday, July 28, 2019

E! News' Carissa Culiner: "People Have Hot Dads"


We were swiping through Twitter to verify that our DirecTV Now app was kaput when we read a tweet from a disgruntled subscriber who was disappointed that she couldn't watch Daily Pop on E!.  Our nympholepsy radar went off, we started watching, and low and behold, we saw this:



On last Friday's episode of Live From E!, Carissa Culiner shared, "There was a guy in high school I dated [...] I used to say it to him all the time. 'Like your dad is so hot!' [...] But his dad is still so hot! 

Culiner went on to opine, "[...] People have hot dads."

And Culiner admitted, in reference to her high school boyfriend's father, "[...] If we were both single [...] maybe I would go after him."


And on last Friday's episode of Daily PopMelanie Bromley shared, "I have dated a guy and absolutely had a crush on his father."

Consequently, for the second time that Friday, Carissa Culiner related, "I have too. I had a guy in high school. And I still to this day, I'm Facebook friends with his mother, because his dad is so hot. [...] His dad is so hot! [...] But he's just a good looking man."

Oh and by the way, Culiner spoke of her attraction to dads after the issue was raised on both shows that 49-year-old Diddy may be dating Lori Harvey - Steve Harvey's 22-year-old daughter. 

 49-year-old Diddy and Lori Harvey - Steve Harvey's 22-year-old daughter. 

Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Babi Christina Engelhardt: Woody Allen's Teen Mistress | Nymphet Sex & Threesomes on the Upper East Side

16-Year-Old Babi Christina Engelhardt and Woody Allen


“For years before his relationship with Mia Farrow, Allen had carried on with a 16-year-old girl he’d met at Elaine’s named Babi Christina Engelhardt [...] Engelhardt had sex with Allen more than 100 times, she says, sometimes with [Mia] Farrow [or with two other "beautiful young ladies" in his Central Park facing 930 Fifth Ave bedroom].” (The 16-year-old shared that she had [lipstick] lesbian sex before she met Woody.)


17-Year-Old Babi Christina Engelhardt

Babi shared the details of her relationship with Woody with Gary Baum in his Hollywood Reporter piece “Woody Allen's Secret Teen Lover Speaks: Sex, Power and a Conflicted Muse Who Inspired 'Manhattan'”. Baum wrote that, which is absolutely no surprise to us, that “confident” Babi “brazenly” initiated the affair with Woody:

Sixteen, emerald-eyed, blond, an aspiring model with a confident streak and a painful past: Babi Christina Engelhardt had just caught Woody Allen's gaze at legendary New York City power restaurant Elaine's. It was October 1976, and when Engelhardt returned from the ladies' room, she dropped a note on his table with her phone number. It brazenly read: "Since you've signed enough autographs, here's mine!"

Soon, Allen rang, inviting her to his Fifth Avenue penthouse. The already-famous 41-year-old director [...] never asked her age. But she told him she was still in high school [...]. Within weeks, they'd become physically intimate at his place. She wouldn't turn 17, legal in New York, until that December.

The pair embarked on, by her account, a clandestine romance of eight years [...]


Babi shared that she “liked” Woody and finds him “so interesting” because “his wit is magnetic” and that “[...] he was charming and alluring.”

Baum wrote of Babi: 

She's proud of her teenage self as an up-by-her-bootstraps heroine who successfully beguiled a "celebrated genius." Even now, she holds herself largely responsible for remaining in the relationship as long as she did [...]. She considered him then, and still considers him now, a Great Man.

In reference to the article Babi related: "I'm not attacking Woody," she says. "This is not 'bring down this man.' I'm talking about my love story. This made me who I am. I have no regrets."

The letter Woody sent to Babit thanking her The Voice of the Moon and (possibly) requesting a three-some.

The most surprising part of the article may be that Babi began “[...] working as a personal assistant to Jeffrey Epstein [...]”. And the most interesting item in the article is a letter that Woody sent Babi in 2001. After Woody thanked Babi for sending him a copy of the documentary The Voice of the Moon he wrote: 

“If you're ever in New York I would love you to meet my wife [i.e., Soon-Yi  Previn] — she'd like you. We get out to California every so often. If you'd like I'd call and perhaps we could all get together.” 

Babi presumed that Woody was inviting her to a threesome, but she didn’t participate. 

Babi Christina Engelhardt opined that Stacey Nelkin, "who dated Allen while she was a 17-year-old student at Stuyvesant High School", was not the sole inspiration for Manhattan (1979). Babi presumes that she, Nelkin and the two "beautiful young [lipstick lesbian] ladies" were the inspiration for the critically acclaimed and award winning film. 


Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Elton John's "All the Young Girls Love Alice": Young Girls & Married Women Love a Nymphet


Jo, the 14-year-old protagonist in Walbert's novella His Favorites, sunbathed on the roof: [...] so that our faces were a little tanned, mostly burned--a look we [ironically] loved [...]" before she listened to Elton John's Goodbye Yellow Brick Road "[...] especially "All the Young Girls Love Alice [...]" while drinking "vodka or gin' and orange juice. Jo particularly like the lyrics "tender young Alice, they say."

Per Song Facts, Elton John, stating the obvious, stated that "All the Young Girls Love Alice" is, "[...] about a young girl who gets seduced by the naughty ladies."

In the song, a married woman begs 16-year-old Alice to come over, because it's her turn, but she warns Alice to wait until her husband is away. 

The songs relates that all the young girls love Alice. Consequently, Alice gets her kicks in another girl's bed.

And before she was found dead in the subway, Alice befriended one or two middle-aged dykes in a Soho Go-Go. (Alice and two middle-aged dykes are depicted in the inside album cover art.)

"All the Young Girls Love Alice" 

Raised to be a lady by the golden rule
Alice was the spawn of a public school
With a double-barrel name in the back of her brain
And a simple case of mummy-doesn't-love-me blues
Reality it seems, was just a dream
She couldn't get it on with the boys on the scene
But what do you expect from a chick who's just sixteen?
And hey, hey, hey (hey, hey, hey) you know what I mean
All the young girls love Alice
Tender young Alice, they say
Come over and see me
Come over and please me
Alice, it's my turn today
All the young girls love Alice
Tender young Alice, they say
If I give you my number
Will you promise to call me?
Wait till my husband's away
Poor little darling with a chip out of her heart
It's like acting in a movie when you got the wrong part
Getting your kicks in another girl's bed
And it was only last Tuesday they found you in the subway dead
And who could you call your friends down in Soho?
One or two middle-aged dykes in a Go-Go
And what do you expect from a sixteen year old yo-yo
And hey, hey, hey (hey, hey, hey) oh don't you know?
All the young girls love Alice
Tender young Alice, they say
Come over and see me
Come over and please me
Alice, it's my turn today
All the young girls love Alice
Tender young Alice, they say
If I give you my number
Will you promise to call me?
Wait till my husband's away

Kate Walbert’s HIS FAVORITES: An English Teacher & His "Favorite" Students


Here’s Amazon’s description of Kate Walbert’s His Favorites:

[...] a searing and timely novel about a teenaged girl, a charismatic teacher, and a dark, open secret.

They were on a lark, three teenage girls speeding across the greens at night on a “borrowed” golf cart, drunk. The cart crashes and one of the girls lands violently in the rough, killed instantly. The driver, Jo [Hadley], flees the hometown that has turned against her and enrolls at a prestigious [Hawthorne] boarding school [in New England]. 

In the novella, the “cool”, “handsome” and “charming” 34-year-old Master Aikens, who was a Fulbright scholar, the varsity squash coach, and the Modern Lit seminar teacher, “[...] liked a nice view in his classroom, above and below the neck.”

Jo spotted Master at Depot, a diner, with Charlotte P. who is described as: “[...]  a senior, the daughter of a model and a famous actor and a girl you could not miss--her hair was almost white, straight and long to her waist” with “gray-blue” eyes.

After breakfast, Charlotte P. and her English teacher: “[...] held hands [...] and they both leaned forward, her knee touching his [...]”

(As an aside, Jo shared that Mr. J used to drive her home after babysitting his twins. During the ride, Mr. J would “paw” her and reach for a kiss.)

Before he left the diner in “a faded Princeton T-shirt and a khaki hunting jacket”, Master encouraged Jo, a sophomore, to apply for the upperclassmen Modern Lit seminar. 

Unsurprisingly, Jo was accepted into the seminar where Master would wink at her, which caused her heart to soar and flap around the classroom. 

During Jo’s first visit to Master’s office/apartment, which had “[...] stacks of books, a scuffed floor;  [and] fissured walls [...]”, he “laced” his fingers between hers and after telling her to close her eyes, he leaned in and “stroked” her face.

Master would send letters to Jo’s dorm room. She shared that certain girls knew about Master’s letters. Those girls: “[...] had internships for fashion magazines or museums or publishers or weren’t working at all, just reading thick books and having sex with the boys returned from their boarding schools, or those boys’ older brothers, or uncles, or even, and this is true, fathers.”

Jo was moved to a ground-floor single after another student left school abruptly. Master climbed through the casement window, crawled on his hands and knees to Jo’s bed that was peppered with stuffed animals, and he pulled her down and kissed her “forcefully”. 

After Master told Jo that he, “[...] likes to get to know his favorites [...], he slipped Jo’s peasant blouse over her shoulders and shimmied her jeans past her hips, before they made love for the first time on the mattress in his office/apartment. 

Subsequently, in his green Alfa Romeo, Master forced 15-year-old Jo to give him a hand-job before he “came” in her hair and on her face.

Uncharacteristically for someone sexually abused, Jo told Lucy, a classmate, and O’Connell, the headmaster, about Master, but O’Connell informed Jo that her accusations were “complicated” by her attire: “[...] a dress with bare shoulders and no brassiere.” 

Characteristically of prep and boarding schools, along with a number of other teachers who were accused of inappropriate behavior with coeds (e.g., a stolen kiss, an inappropriate innuendo), Jo’s accusations were dismissed. 

Eventually, Master retired early and returned to Madrid after he was honored by The Hawthorne School at an awards ceremony.


Tuesday, July 9, 2019

[UPDATE] NATALE A MIAMI (2005): A Lolita Loves Her Father's Best Friend


In the Italian film Natale a Miami (2005), middle-aged Giorgio (Christian De Sica) fights off the repeated sexual advances of Stella (Vanessa Hessler), his best-friend's stunningly beautiful 15-year-old daughter. (The 5' 9" Vanessa Hessler was approximately 16-years-old during the filming of the sex comedy.)


After not seeing Giorgio for years, the nymphet jumped into his arms and gave him a firm kiss - on the lips. 


Subsequently, in an aggressive effort to convince her father's best-friend to have sex with her, the teen seductress showed him a nude picture with a Post-it Note that read GUARDA COSA TI STAi PERDENDO! [Look, you're so missing out.]. And another picture with her in Lolita glasses sucking on a red lollipop with a Post-it Note that read RiPENSACi! [Think it over!]


Revealingly, 15-year-old Stella informed the middle-aged Giorgio that her love for him began when she was just 13. 

Ultimately,  Stella's father inadvertently gave his best-friend the green light to have sex [for ten seconds] with the teen daughter. 






Sunday, July 7, 2019

PRETTY BABY (1978): A Virgin Sold for $400


In Pretty Baby (1978), Brooke Shields played Hattie - a 12-year-old prostitute. In addition to having her virginity put up for auction, 12-year-old Shields appeared completely nude in the movie. Although the movie was released in 1978 when the age of consent in Louisiana was eighteen, it was set in 1917 when the age of consent in Louisiana was 12 and (teen) prostitution was legal.



In one scene, a john said referring to Hattie before he caressed her slim arms through her white cotton dress and pampered her with kisses on her young neck and face,“Ah well, what have we here? You’re selling little girls now Madame Nell?”



In another scene, Hattie was paraded on a litter like an idol or royalty in front of a room full of middle-aged and silver-haired johnsThe bearers carefully carried Hattie around the table while Madame Nell, the auctioneer, slowly described Hattie in a noble and illustrious tone as, “A virgin – bona fide. The finest delicacy New Orleans has to offer. And it’s her wish that one of you gentlemen be The First.”



A senator bid $50 before Madame Nell strangely mentioned that the twelve-year-old Hattie was, “Fresh as a baby’s lips.” And after much haggling among the bidders, Hattie’s virginity was sold for $400 in cash, which would be almost $8,000 in 2017.



“Hope you gone be real gentle on me. Being my first time.” Hattie said as she backed away from the rich john with a look of horror on her face. The scene ended with Hattie’s screams of pain.

Shortly after having her virginity sold and taken, Hattie understandably took a bath. With her pre-teen flat chest completely showing, she scrubbed between her toes, and hummed a tune, before Madame Nell, without knocking, boldly entered the bathroom with another john.

Hattie jumped up, quickly covered her bare chest with a clean white towel, and exposed her white buttocks to the camera. Madame Nell snatched the towel away and inconsiderately and greedily said to the shocked john, even though Hattie had her virginity sold and taken only moments earlier, “Now how about it. Pure as the driven snow.”



Subsequently, Hattie was rescued from the brothel and marry a middle-aged photographer, whom the nymphet told, "I want you to be my lover." "I love you once. I love you twice [...]" "I'm gonna make you so happy. You're just my kind of man."