Thursday, February 6, 2020

Jessica Simpson: Pre-Teen Sexual Abuse or Nymphet Lipstick Lesbian Affair?

Jessica Simpson shared in her memoir, Open Book, that she was "sexually abused" from the ages of six to 12 by a older female family friend. The alleged abuse occurred during sleepovers approximately three times per year for six years. Simpson shared that the older nymphet initiated the sex with 'tickling': “It would start with tickling my back and then go into things that were extremely uncomfortable.” 

And Simpson added: 'Eventually it wasn't just at nighttime. She would get me to go into a closet with her, or just find a way to linger until we were alone. It got to the point that she would sneak into the bathroom to watch me shower.'

However, some argue that Simpson was not sexually abused but that she was engaged in a consensual nymphet lipstick lesbian affair. 

For example, the older friend of the family was only one year older than Simpson; so, when the alleged abuse began, Simpson was six and the other nymphet was seven. 

In addition, Simpson wrote: 'I never let her near [my younger sister] Ashlee, but I also never screamed or told her to stop. I was confused, wondering if it was something that I wanted to keep going.'

And Simpson shared in a People interview that she felt like she was a sexual abuser of a nymphet, “I allowed it to happen, so I felt that I was as much of the abuser as the abused. So I was very shameful during that time, from 6 to 12 years old.”

In her memoir, Simpson blames her years of alcoholism and prescription pill addiction on the pre-teen lipstick lesbian affair. But some argue that her addiction may have more to do with the typical unhappiness that comes with sudden success and newfound wealth than anything else. 

Furthermore, pre-teen lipstick lesbianism is not uncommon. For example: 

Clarissa shared in Nancy Friday's My Secret Garden: Women’s Sexual Fantasies that she remembers when she and her friend were caught masturbating with candles when they were 12.

And Marina shared that she began to be aware of men at the age of 9 or 10 and thought about them while she masturbated. However, Marina only had "a vague idea of what lovemaking was" until she met her friend, a ten-year-old Mediterranean girl. Marina and the Mediterranean nymphet used to sit at opposite ends of the bathtub and pour warm water from a Russian silver teapot all over their clitorises while caressing their bodies "with infallible, instinctive verve."

Judith Levine shared in her prize winning book Harmful to Minors: The Perils of Protecting Children From Sex that a major longitudinal study at UCLA found that 75% of kids had masturbated and/or had sex with another child before the age of six. And that: "Flora masturbated at six or seven and had orgasms starting at ten or eleven. When she was that age, a thirteen-year-old friend joined her. 'We would lay around and take off our clothes,' Flora recalled [...] 'We even made dildos out of toilet paper and Vaseline.' She recounted the story without shame or regret: in fact, she spoke with glee."

Lastly, isn't it interesting that Simpson and her publisher are using the allure of (pre-teen) nymphet lipstick lesbianism to sell the memoir?

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