Saturday, September 26, 2020

LITTLE FIRES EVERYWHERE & TEENAGE BOUNTY HUNTERS: High School Teen Hand Jobs

Tom Wolfe related in Hooking Up that in high schools and junior high schools, from the plush suburbs of Washington to the underprivileged schools of the South Bronx, thirteen and fourteen-year-old girls were performing fellatio on boys between classes. 

And Kerry Cohen shared in Dirty Little Secrets Breaking the Silence on Teenage Girls and Promiscuity that: "Thirteen year old girls proudly extol their abilities to give blow jobs, which they do in the bathrooms at parties or at school. Middle and high schoolers have sex parties [...] and lots of adolescent girls watch porn."

However, Wolfe and Cohen didn't share want went on (directly) outside of (some) high schools and junior high schools. James Franco gave us a glimpse in Palo Alto, which is, per Moviefone, "inspired by his teenage exploits": 

In the parking lot behind Palo Alto High School: "She got into the back seat. She was on her hands and knees on the seat. Seth got behind her [...] He pushed her skirt up and took off her panties. Ramone stood at the open back door, in front of her face, and undid his pants. His dick was huge [...] Seth was doing it really hard, and the car was shaking. Pam was choking [...]"

We previously wrote a post about the pilot episode 90210 where 15-year-old Wendy (Meghan Markle) performed oral sex on Ethan, the star of the Lacrosse team - in an SUV in front of West Beverly Hills High School. 

Little Fires Everywhere (S01E03)

Most recently on Hulu's Little Fires Everywhere (S01E03), after school, Lexie gave her boyfriend a handjob while reading him an essay. #multitasking

Teenage Bounty Hunter (S01E01)

And on Netflix's Teenage Bounty Hunters (S01E01),  outside of Willingham Academy, Sterling gave her boyfriend a handjob - to completion. 

Saturday, September 19, 2020

Dr. Phil | TikTok "Daddy"

Halle Kiefer's Vulture post, "Dr. Phil Beseeches You to Please, Stop Commenting ‘Daddy’ on All His Posts" (SEPT. 11, 2020), did not surprise us, because we've posted about the Daddy Thing a number of time.

From Solitary Man (2009), where Ben Kalmen (Michael Douglas) became "clingy” after he had sex with Allyson, his teen step-daughter, whom referred to sex with her step-daddy as the "Daddy Thing". To Brett Gelman's short story "Santa Daddy" that was posted on Vice where Angela invited a middle-aged bearded man to her apartment. After she asked the man to put on a Santa Claus costume, she demanded, “Spank me, Santa Daddy! Spank that ass, Santa Daddy! Spank that 16-year-old ass! Merry Christmas!” And James Franco's Instagram account was flooded with Daddy references too.
 

Keifer posted:

Honestly, good luck, Phil. In a move destined to cause a tidal wave of new comments on all his videos, Dr. Phil McGraw took to TikTok this week to beg his followers: Please, for the love of God, stop commenting “daddy” on all his social-media posts.

“You have to stop commenting ‘daddy’ on all my posts,” the TV host asks over angelic harp music.

“I ain’t your daddy. I hate to break it to you, but I ain’t your daddy, and your real daddy is probably getting his feelings hurt. I appreciate the support. It’s a little weird, but I do appreciate the support.”

One may get the impression that Dr. Phil was na├»ve about the meaning of the Daddy reference, but his, "It’s a little weird [...]" revealed that he suspected that the Daddy references were not innocent.

Interestingly, in this regard, nymphets tend to be a bit more discrete IRL than they are online; thus, instead of asking, "Daddy?", they may ask, "Can I call you dad?"

Sunday, September 13, 2020

Lana Del Rey: Lolita, Little Girls and Daddy


In Malka Howley's PopMatters article, “You Know You Like Little Girls: Lana Del Rey and Dolores Haze" (20 Feb 2013), Lana Del Rey described herself as, “Lolita lost in the hood."

Thus, unsurprisingly, references to the most famous nymphet are peppered throughout Lana’s early lyrics. For example, “Little Girls (Put Me In A Movie)” is a song on Lana Del Ray (2010). Here is a self-explanatory excerpt from the lyrics:

Lights, camera, action
If he likes me, takes me home
Come on, you know you like little girls
Come on, you know you like little girls
You can be my daddy
You can be my daddy

What may not be apparent is that “Put Me In A Movie” is an additional reference to Lolita as Lolita had an affinity for the movies. “Everything was fine. There, in the lobby, she [Lolita] sat, deep in an overstuffed blood-red armchair, deep in a lurid movie magazine.”

“Carmen” is a song that was co-written by Lana and is on Born to Die (2012) - Lana’s second album. Sometimes, Humbert referred to Lolita as Carmen. “My Carmen,” I said (I used to call her that sometimes), “we shall leave this raw sore town as soon as you get out of bed.” 

“Off to the Races” is on Born to Die too and was co-written by Lana as well. A riff of “Off to the Races” contains one of Lolita’s most famous sentences: 

Light of his life, fire of his loins
Keep me forever, tell me you want me
Light of your life, fire of your loins
Tell me you want me, gimme them coins

Humbert said it better: “Lolita, light of my life, fire of my loins. My sin, my soul. Lo-lee-ta: the tip of the tongue taking a trip of three steps down the palate to tap, at three, on the teeth. Lo. Lee. Ta.” 

And “Lolita” is on Born to Die: The Paradise Edition (2012) - an album reissue. Here is “Lolita’s” riff: 

Hey Lolita, hey
Hey Lolita, hey
I know what the boys want, I'm not gonna play
Hey Lolita, hey
Hey Lolita, hey
Whistle all you want but I'm not gonna say
No more skipping rope, skipping heart beats with the boys downtown
Just you and me feeling the heat even when the sun goes down