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I was just wondering if anyone could explain these to me?

 

I tried looking it up but I didn't find much. Apart from the lolita fashion (which I love, and plan on wearing once I'm thinner!)

 

Thank you

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Lolita, the fashion, has a few threads on here. Use the search function to find them!

Lolita, the book/movie, could be discussed in the entertainment section if you so wished to talk to people about it.

Lolita otherwise? I'm not sure what definition you might have, but I'm leaning to the idea that it's not something welcome on this forum.

 

Nymphet as a fashion style? I'm sure you could find an appropriate section on the forum to discuss it.

Nymphet as in the lifestyle? While I will not claim to be an expert on the matter, my personal experience with it is that it promotes very young, often underage girls into trying to seduce/get into relationships with much older men. That is most certainly not allowed on this forum by any means.

 

No discussion of sexual activities involving minors, incest or rape. Fantasy or not

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The term Lolita is taken from the novel of the same name by Vladimir Nabokov. It explores a man's obsessive love for an underage girl from the ages of twelve to seventeen in the 1950's. It is not for everyone but most people are enraptured by the lyrical, exquisite prose and the intensity and seeming sincerity of the narrator's passions for said girl. It's become a sub culture for many young women in part due to social media and websites like tumblr which perpetuate a 1950's sexually precocious young girl aesthetic. I read Lolita when I was thirteen and as a writer and lover of the taboo, have been infatuated with it ever since. I will admit that the novel Lolita is what alerted me of my own preference for older men and instilled in me a desire for an older nurturer and protector. Many women who are partial to Lolita are childish at heart, and desire to be spoiled and desired in the way they perceived Humbert desired Lo. Of course, people have their preferences and sexual relationships below the age of consent are frowned upon in society and individuals should therefore be certain to differentiate between DDLG and an interest in Lolita. A nymphet is a sexually aware underaged girl. DDLG is not. In my mind, DDLG is a healthy, consensual variation of Humbert's love for Lolita but people have their own intepretations and will disagree. In any case, DDLG emphasizes consent, being of age, and of a partnership that doesn't at all verge on coercion or manipulation, but unconditional love, guidance, and support and would therefore never involve nymphets or unwilling parties. 

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ANYONE CAN CORRECT ME IF I AM WRONG. 

 

Lolita is a girl who has found that she can use her appearance or personality to get what she wants from a man (or woman, whatever sexuality, but I am going by generalised). Kind of manipulative, but cute. 

I think it is usually an under-age girl (not promoting anything, just informing.)they are usually more sexually advanced than other girls their age, but women (18+) take on the role in role-play, just like DD/lg.

 

Nymphet is an attractive girl who is sexually advanced (maybe mature is more the word.) compared to other girls of her age, also usually an under-age girl. (once again, not promoting anything, just informing.) 

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Aside from lolita fashion, lolita in the "dd/lg" world tends to have to do with the glorified book of a child predator, a pedophile. The book is called "Lolita" written by  Vladimir Vladimirovich Nabokov. He is a russian writer. His work doesn't have to do with DD/lg or the dynamic just a lot of people have found his work for lolita really great. I personally don't care for the book or the movie. It is glorified abuse, sexual abuse, and murder, and it has nothing to do with DD/lg. Just some people have romanticized it because they find it cute. In the book in the end, the main fellow even knows what he has done is bad. So there is that too. 

 

Lolita fashion on the other hand gets mixed up with that book and movie. but its not. lolita fashion is a fashion that is based in the victorian era. It has nothing to do with the book or pedos. The fashion itself is about dressing modestly and just showing appreciation for clothing and you tend to meet more people who are interested in lolita fashion, anime and that culture of people. (along with people who like tea and other things)

 

As for nymphet fashion. Its a fashion based in around 70's and 80s clothes I think. It has more youthful looking clothes. Nymphet means:   an attractive and sexually mature young girl. 

 

From Wiki it has been something that was also a term adapted from the book Lolita, but some people don't use it as that. I don't. I use it more as a way to describe 'youthful' looking clothes and fashion. Because thats what I like is youthful clothes.  A lot of tumblrs population of nymphets are people who are underage. But there are some legal nymphet bloggers on tumblr.

 

I find nymphet clothes really cute for my own middle space and I like nymphet fashion.  And unlike the movie or book Lolita. Nymphet doesn't have to do with pedoflies. 

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I will admit that the novel Lolita is what alerted me of my own preference for older men and instilled in me a desire for an older nurturer and protector. 

 

Same, whoops.

 

EDIT: But I also agree with Sae. It is glorified abuse. 

And Ii don't agree with being a manipulative "sub" which, in this case, a Lolita is. Using her body and actions to get what she wants and lead a man on. Which I don't think is okay.  

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Thank you very much. I'd heard the terms mentioned to do with DDlg but just couldn't figure them out. I will have to look up nymphet clothing though!

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