Tiny Ls Lolita Preteen 11yo 12 Yo 13 Yo 14 Yo __EXCLUSIVE__
Tiny Ls Lolita Preteen 11yo 12 Yo 13 Yo 14 Yo
Swain is one of hundreds of thousands of teens who have found solace in the fantasy of being a Lolita and should be seen as part of a larger movement of teens claiming power. Raised in rural Virginia, she says she spent most of her life growing up idealising, or at least fantasising, about the characters in classic novels.
You look at a Lolita and all these traits immediately come up: Shyness, powerlessness, beauty, morbid curiosity, fetishised desire, seduction, voluptuousness, the release of emotions that no one else can understand, an inability to communicate, a blind victimisation. Its a culture that wants to fuck these creatures.
For her part, Anderson says shes never felt more empowered than during her tenure as Lolita. Tho she can understand why young girls want to be Lolita, theyve got this crazy ego with which to compare their own lives to Lolita, she says. Theres this thing Lolita is now. Which I recognise as a form of insecurity and fear.
Additionally, I think to some extent the girls who like Lolita do so because of who she is. She’s a disfigured girl who is very funny and full of charisma and energy. To me she represents a lot of beautiful things. But she also represents a girl who has been thwarted, who has been sexually abused. But she’s also a girl who has overcome, who has successfully overcome a lot. That’s why some girls are drawn to her. She’s a woman who’s been strong and who’s overcome. And she’s a woman who has lost her virginity. She’s interesting. The Nabokov is interesting, the rest of the novel is also interesting but to me that’s enough. Nabokov is already interesting and Lolita is more interesting when you have her and you have the remainder of the novel and the couple more of it.
Theres also the poorly edited, misogynistic, irresponsible and antisocial sociopathic snapchat videos of the members of this particular community who are seeking to pass off as their child in order to stalk or offend Lolita herself. Often they say things like, youre disgusting, how could you touch me? Well she did and look what you did to her. Lolita frequently replies by laughing and telling them theyre such horrid little people with an attitude problem. Never forget its always and only a he who is doing this and he is responsible for his actions.
Lolita Young isnt running from this story. She understands its meaning, she understands why it turned her into a feminist and she wants to help others learn more about it too. She wants to give women a voice, show people that women are capable of doing the same things men are doing, and to help victims of stalking realise theyre in no position to debate the issue because the offender is the one responsible. How can you say no to that?
The community of ~lolitas~*~ are often viewed as pitiful, but the majority of its members are teenage girls. The sexualization of teenage girls and women is rampant today, and it has become so normalized that we rarely question it. Celebrities routinely wear little or nothing on their bodies and are judged on their bodies. We all know how it ends: with their careers ruined, their mental health shattered, and their lives forever changed.
One thing I love about this community is that its completely positive. We have messaged each other and asked for advice, weve talked about being ridiculed and criticized, but theres never been a negative outlook on the community. I am still uncomfortable with the subject of Lolita, but i have learned a lot and changed a lot about my life. I wouldnt say I have ruined my life or anything like that, if anything Ive gained a lot of insight and strength.