Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Teen + Tennis Outfit = Piece of Ass


Monday, October 12, 2020

Russell's MY DARK VANESSA: A Boarding School Student and English Teacher Sexual Affair

Here's part of Amazon's plot summary for My Dark Vanessa: "My Dark Vanessa is an exploration of the repercussions of a March/December relationship between a teacher [42-year-old Jacob Strane] and his [boarding school] student [15-year-old Vanessa] [...] but in her mind the story is about her first love and their all-consuming passion."

There has been a lot of discussion around Kate Elizabeth Russell's My Dark Vanessa. For exampleI've listened to a number of book club discussions on the novel like Kaia Gerber's Instagram Book Club and The Readheads Book Club, but I was left frustrated, because it was consistently expressed that Vanessa had to reluctantly convinced that she was a victim in the sexual affair with her Harvard educated English teacher. But that's misleading, because that implies that Vanessa was convinced that she was a victim. 

For instance, Charlotte Lawrence, a guest on Gerber's book club, stated, "Also, it's like she herself doesn't even, you know, realize that she's a "victim"." But very interestingly, Charlotte subconsciously made air quotes upon saying "victim".

Let's list some evidence from the book that shows that Vanessa did not consider herself a victim and was not convinced otherwise. And let's start with the book jacket:

"But how can Vanessa reject her first love, the man who fundamentally transformed her and has been a persistent presence in her life?"

"Thought-provoking and impossible to put down, this is a masterful portrayal of troubled adolescence and its repercussions that raises questions about [...] victimhood."

Russell even included an implausible disclaimer: "[...] this is a work of fiction, and the characters and settings are entirely imaginary." That is, at a minimum, hyperbolic or a lie, because that's entirely impossible. No one can write a novel that's "entirely imaginary"."

The novel's dedication is: "For the real-life Dolores Hazes and Vanessa Wyes whose stories have not yet been heard, believed, or understood." And at the end of the first chapter she included" "[#]BELIEVE WOMEN". But this a sort of double entendre, because Vanessa wanted to be believed and understood that she was not a victim. 

On page 51, Vanessa questioned the validity of age-of-consent laws: "Like the laws that flatten all the sex I had with Strane before I turned eighteen into legal rape - are we supposed to believe the birthday is magic? It's as arbitrary a marker as any. Doesn't it make sense that some girls are ready sooner?"

While Strane was attracted to Vanessa, Vanessa shared that she was attracted to : "I sought him out during faculty service hour [...] So, I'm impatient, maybe even desperate. I want something to happen [...] I don't really care what the something else might be--another touch, a compliment. It doesn't matter so long as it tells me what he wants [...]"

The book clubbers opined that Strane used Lolita to seduce Vanessa, but here's Vanessa's reaction to the most famous age-gap novel: "It isn't only the plot, its story of a seemingly ordinary girl who is really a deadly demon in disguise and the man who loves her."

What Vanessa learned from Lolita was that she had power - not that she was powerless (i.e., a victim): "I have power. Power to make it happen. Power over him. I was an idiot for not realizing this sooner."

Charlotte went on to say, "It was a world wind of emotions because, like, it's so sad. Like, this poor girl is so young and she just doesn't understand it yet [...]"

But the sexual affair began when Vanessa was a Browick boarding school sophomore and ended when she was in her thirties. 

And On page 58, Vanessa expressed disappointment that no one noticed their age gap when she was an adult: "Now when we touch each other, the world doesn't even notice. I know there should be freedom in that, but to me it only feels like loss."

Russel wrote over 370 pages with example after of example of how Vanessa did not view herself as a victim - even until adulthood. But Russel wrote in the very last paragraph of the novel: "And finally, thank you to the self-proclaimed nymphets, the Los I've met over the years who carry within them similar histories of abuse that looked like love, who see themselves in Dolores Haze. This book was written for no one but you."

I call absolute bullsh*t. Russell used the allure of nymphets to sell a lot of copies of My Dark Vanessa. For example, in the very first chapter, Vanessa, as an adult, masturbated, as she and Strane reminisced about their affair:

Vanessa requested Strane, "[....] give me a memory, something I can slip into." After Vanessa turned onto her stomach and shoved a pillow between her legs to masturbate, Strane reminisced about when he performed oral sex on Vanessa: "[...] in the office behind his classroom". Vanessa was: "[...] fifteen and naked from the waist down, sprawled on the couch [...]" Strane added, "[...] I remember once you bit down on your bottom lip so hard, you started to bleed, but you wouldn't let me stop."

Lastly, Stephen King opined that My Dark Vanessa is a: “[...] well-constructed package of dynamite.”

Sunday, October 4, 2020

DO NOT REPLY (2019): A High School Cheerleader Fetish & Teen Entrapment

Here's IMDb's plot summary for Do Not Reply (2019): 

"Chelsea, a teenager, is abducted through a social media app by Brad and is held captive with other girls who are to become victims in his virtual reality filmed murders."

That about sums the film up, but it's worth noting that Brad, like Glass' (2019) Kevin Wendell Crumb, has a high school cheerleader fetish, and he appears to be in his mid to late twenties.

The film's ending may be its most intriguing part. Minutes before Do Not Reply (2019) ends, two 13-year-old nymphets attempt to meet a "cute" 17-year-old boy via a social media app.

The Asian nymphet was concerned that a 17-year-old boy wouldn't, "[...] pickup a couple of 13-year-old girls." No problem. The white teen changed their ages to 16. Consequently, to the nymphet's delight, the 17-year-old texted, "Hey BlueRibbonGirl, You wanna hang out??? I can pick you up in like 10 min."

But that wasn't the most intriguing part. After the nymphet's attempted to entrap the 17-year-old, the screen faded to a public service announcement from The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children: "The average age of online enticement victims is 15 years old."

But there was enticement being done - on both sides. The 13-year-old nymphets were knowingly enticing a 17-year-old, but the 17-year-old was unknowingly enticing two 13-year-olds. 

However, it doesn't matter. IRL, the 17-year-old, at a minimum, would have, like Ansel Elgort, been (incorrectly) called a pedophile. And at a maximum, he would have served jail time and had to register as a sex offender. And the nubile nymphets? Innocent. Not even a proverbial slap on the wrists.

Saturday, October 3, 2020

Teen Paris Hilton's Push Up Bra: "You Derty Lil Girl", Age-Gap Sex Tape & Student-Teacher Kiss

For #FBF [Flash Back Friday] (APRIL 24, 2020), Paris Hilton was apparently filled with nostalgia. 

Consequently, she posted a seductive photo on her Instagram (IG) account from when she was a 15-year-old nymphet. 

In the photo, a nubile Hilton's derriere is barely covered by her skimpy skirt, her young but large breasts are prominent, and her look is flirtatious. 

Hilton shared in the caption that she used a push up bra to help prominently display her fountains: "Back when I was 15 and discovered the wonders of a push up bra an eyeliner." 

As of the time of this post, Hilton's IG post was viewed 3,001,800 times, and it had over 3,000 comment such as from mr.gus.bridges, whom wrote: "You Derty lil girl"

On a related noteThis Is Paris (2020), Paris Hilton's documentary, was revealing. Paris promoted the documentary by teasing that she was abused as a teen. Some assumed that Paris was referring to sexual abuse, but she was referring to physical abuse. 

Per Hannah Yasharoff's USA Today post "'We're all survivors': Paris Hilton alleges widespread abuse at her former school in new documentary" (Sep. 7, 2020): 
Hilton alleges her tumultuous young adult years were the result of experiencing verbal, emotional and physical abuse during the 11 months she attended Provo Canyon School, a Utah boarding school for troubled teens.
Interestingly, Hilton shared that she attended other boarding schools (for troubled teens) prior to attending Provo Canyon School; however, even more interestingly, Nicky Hilton, Paris' sister, shared why their parents sent Paris to boarding schools for troubled teens.
Nicky: "She was very naughty."
Paris: "What?"
Nicky: "She was [...] I told on her with everything [...]" 
Paris: "Thanks bitch."
Nicky: "[...] Have you ever said sorry to mom and dad?" 
Paris: "No."

What type of additional naughty things were Paris involved in during her nymphet years? For one, per Bernie Zilio's Page Six piece "Paris Hilton reveals [to Glamour] she was roofied and raped at 15 by an older man" (February 23, 2023). Zilio related that Paris shared with Glamour that when she was 15, she: "[...] used to hang out at the Westfield Century City shopping center [in L.A.] “almost every weekend.”" And what did 15-year-old Paris do at the shopping center (in her push up bra and eyeliner)? She used to talk to older guys and give them her pager number.
She noted that “[older] guys would always just be hanging around the stores” and that she and her pals would “talk to them” and “give them [their] beeper [pager] numbers.”
And Paris and her girls visited men at their homes as well: 
"One day, the group of men “invited” Hilton and her girls “to their house,” where the minors were allegedly given “berry wine coolers” to drink."

Unfortunately, Paris related to Glamour that her berry wine cooler was spiked with a roofie and that she was subsequently raped, “I remembered it. I have visions of him on top of me, covering my mouth, being like, ‘You’re dreaming, you’re dreaming,’ and whispering that in my ear.”

Paris Hilton & Rick Salomon

In addition, it turns out that, per Paris, her famous sex tape, 1 Night in Paris (2004), was filmed when she was 18. And Rick Salomon, her co-star slash boyfriend, was in his early thirties.

Paris stated in the documentary, "That was a private moment with a teenage girl." And, "It was my first real relationship - 18. I was just so in love with him. I wanted to make him happy." 

And Paris related in her memoir, Paris: The Memoir (2023), that her age-gap relationship with Salomon: "[...] was all very thrilling and naughty. A whole new brand of adrenaline. I was 18 and obsessed." Yet in reference to the sex-tape, Paris "wrote": "[...] I felt weird and uncomfortable about it. I always told him, “I can’t. It’s too embarrassing.”

Why did Paris change her mind about filming the sex-tape? She confessed that the thought of another (young) women starring in Solomon's sex-tape was an impetus. In addition, she desired to "be alive in a sensual way" and "comfortable" with being filmed in the nude. 
And then he told me if I wouldn’t do it, he could easily find someone who would, and that was the worst thing I could think of — to be dumped by this grown man [...] The truth is, I wanted to be alive in a sensual way. I wanted to feel like a woman who’s comfortable in her own skin.
Typically, memoirs are littered with contradictions, and Paris' is no different. For example, after sharing that the she made the sex-tape to "be alive in a sensual way" and "comfortable", she "wrote" that she did not possess the "level of trust required" to make a sex-tape. Consequently, she used alcohol to wash down Quaaludes. 
I wasn’t capable of the level of trust required to make a videotape like that. I had to drink myself silly. Quaaludes helped. But I did it. I have to own that. I knew what he wanted, and I went with it.

But in the very next sentence, Paris wrote that she made the sex-tape to prove something to Salomon and to herself: "I needed to prove something to him and to myself, so I got hammered, and I did it."

However, prior to meeting men in L.A. and the age-gap sex-tape, Paris shared in her memoir that she had a student-teacher affair with "Mr. Abercrombie", her “handsome” 8th grade teacher. Paris "wrote" that after she gave her teacher her phone number, they would talk on the phone "for hours" - "almost every night". 

Mr. Abercrombie called me almost every night, and we talked for hours about how amazingly mature, beautiful and intelligent I was, how sensual, misunderstood and special.

In addition, Brian Niemietz posted for the New York Daily News that "Paris Hilton memoir bombshells include 8th-grade kiss with ‘Mr. Abercrombie’ teacher" (March 14, 2023) In the memoir, Paris "wrote" that her teacher gave her a mini-lesson on the age-gap marriage of Princess Diana and Prince Charles. (We related in a previous post that 29-year-old Charles first met Diana when she was 16, and they subsequently married when he was 32, and she was 19.)

And Paris learned from Mr. Abercrombie about the age-gap affair and subsequent marriage between Priscilla and Elvis Presley that began when Priscilla was 14 and Elvis was 24. 

While her parents were out, Paris' teacher even visited her at her home where they kissed: “Teacher pulled me into his arms and kissed me.” However, the student-teacher affair ended after Paris was discovered in her teacher's car. Consequently, Paris was shipped to France to live with her grandmother. Nicky Hilton on Paris: "She was very naughty."

Note: This post has been updated via a Substack post