American's Obsession with Little Girls

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Japan, has overt, sexual, obsession with barely pubescent girls. While the American WASPs have a covert obsession with little girls.

This we can see from the media they produce. In Japanese Cartoons aka anime, we see a ton of little girls in sexual expressions. (For example, see Wikipedia: Lolicon, Tentacle porn, Japanese pornography) Japan's legal age for copulation is 13 (See: Ages of consent in Asia), and the sexual attraction towards young girls is accepted as a norm. Young (teen) girls as sexual objects is in fact a social norm in most of East and South East Asia. In Japan in particular, the sexual obsession with young girls has taken a extreme turn, to the point that their culture in fact developed a infatuation with girls that are barely, if not yet, pubescent, which technically is termed pedophiliac.

While the American WASPs, have a obsession about children, the protection of children, the infatuation with the concept of rape and statutory rape. Meanwhile, if you survey their films, you'll find a unnatural quantity of depiction of little girls, in particular little girls who's blood lines are that of White. In a movie, if the plot line calls for a child, offspring, or young sibling, inevitably it will be a female, and a cute one.

Note: the infatuation of rape, is fundamental in Western culture, with roots in ancient Greek mythology. (e.g. Art: Europa and the Bull, Art: Leda and the Swan, rape of Sabine)

In this page, i start to collect and document this cultural phenomenon.

Serenity

In the science fiction film Serenity (2005), it features a 16 years old girl named River Tam, who possesses psychic power and physical fighting abilities. In many scenes in the film, the girl is portrayed in a very attractive, sexy way, and also as a victim of torture-like abuse.

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DVD cover of Serenity. Note the womanly depiction of the 16 years old main character River.
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A Scene from Serenity, featuring a fuzzy rendering of stark nudity of the girl.

Matrix

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In the film Matrix, there's this little cute India girl in the train station. The plot does not require a girl, but it is so. Her name is Tanveer Atwal, a nine-year-old Los Angeles native of Indian origin.

Kill Bill

In the film Kill Bill (2003), there's this little black girl named Nikki as a daughter of one of the female assassins. Also, in Kill Bill II, the daughter of another female assassin is a little cute white girl named BB.

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Nikki in Kill Bill.
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The character Beatrix and her daughter BB from Kill Bill II.

Being John Malkovich

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In Being John Malkovich (1999), the plot calls for a progeny at the end of the film, and it is shown to be a beautiful little girl named Emily. (Maxine's daughter)

Aliens

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Aliens (Alien 2), features little girl named Newt, as a sole survivor in a alien infested space-colony. Imagine the improbability, and the fervor in Americans's love for little girl.

Resident Evil

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Left: the Red Queen (from Resident Evil), is a computer program, modeled after a little blonde girl, aged 12, the creator's daughter Alice. Right: The White Queen in Resident Evil 3 Extinction. The White Queen is a later generation of the computer hologram the Red Queen. The Red and White Queen theme is from Alice in Wonderland: Thru the Looking Glass. 〔☛ Wonderland Alice Art Gallery
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Angela Ashford, daughter of the head programmer at Umbrella Corp. The image of the Red Queen is modeled after her.
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Alice, the main character from Resident Evil, nude in a medical tank. Although she is not a little girl, but torture-like medical experiment is a fascination.

Saw III

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Little girl Corbett Reinhart, in Saw III.

If you knew a example, where the plot calls for some kid and a girl is used, where the character is shown to be attractive or in sexual ways, please let me know. Thanks.

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