Little Lips (1978)
An anon asked me to describe a nymphet and here is something I missed:
I think a nymphet concept depends also depends very much of the viewers, the people around this girl seen as a nymphet. A nymphet might be a young girl at any age, with any personality. Like me (let’s let the modesty aside), people doesn’t say I look be 20 years old, and many don’t treat me as such even after they get to know my age. They treat me based on my looks and sweet personality. They treat me as a girl around 16 who can’t drink, who can’t go out at night, with who you can’t speak about some matters, etc. So, maybe a nymphet is what people make out of them. These girls might not even be “innocent” anymore, but people (especially men) like to think them as such.
Dolores Haze [x]
Usually, most people takes Vladimir Nabokov’s defintions in the book Lolita to say what is a nymphet. And basically, Lolita is right because this book was the nymphet’s “revelation”. So I would say to read it. But I think with time nymphets got more complex then Nabokov’s Dolores Haze, or at least we got to understand more of what a nymphet is by knowing others nymphets in other books/films.
Physically, nymphets are young girls (pre teens and teens). They look innocent due to their young age, but somehow they have a mind much ahead of it. They are mentally very developed in some areas for their ages. Maybe some nymphets are really innocent because they don’t even understand the consequences of their development like an adult would see, especially in the sexual field. This makes me think they aren’t adults yet, although they think they are or behave as adults. Anyway, in relationships (romantic and sexual) they try to pass the image of a person who is big enough for those things in some moments like grown women, but in other moments they go back to the behavior of a person in that age (intentionally or not).
Mentally, I think they are girl in the process of becoming a woman too much early.
Phsycally, I could make a image of a beautiful pre teen girl but it’s not a rule.