The conclusion is that much of this pres literature, including stuff written for children, is filled with violence and sex, or at least strong sexual overtones. While reading through this stuff, I thought of Peter Pan. Peter Pan was my favorite movie when I was a small child before the first Star Wars was released and captured my generation.
As a little boy pre-Star Wars, I had Peter Pan books, dressed like Peter Pan for Halloween, and had a Peter Pan record as in LP, for a record player that I used to listen to over and over again, to the point where I memorized the songs and parts of the movie. I decided to re-watch it and view it through adult eyes. I thought it would also be interesting to view it as a glimpse into past culture, since the book was written in and the movie was made in It was a very interesting experience.
What follows is a summary of exactly what I saw when I watched the film. Just keep in mind that this movie was made for kids. Very unlike Wendy, Tinkerbell is a fully developed woman albeit pixie-sized. While she has small boobs, Tinkerbell regularly admires her tiny waist, big ass, and swinging, sexy hips. The makers of this movie really hit this aspect hard. She instead communicates telepathically with Peter. Tinkerbell immediately hates Wendy with a fiery rage.
Clearly in love with Peter, like some female high school teacher in love with one of her younger students, Tinkerbell is viscously jealous of Wendy. When Wendy tries to give Peter a kiss, Tinkerbell goes berserk and attacks Wendy, pulling her hair. Peter catches Tinkerbell and imprisons her in his hat.
The characters use Tinkerbell as a salt shaker, snatching her out of the air whenever they need her and shaking her to get her pixie dust so people and even dogs can fly. Upon the five characters arriving on Neverland, we are introduced to Captain Hook, a paranoid psychotic who regularly murders his own crew members whenever he gets even mildly irritated. His crew is near mutiny because they want to leave Neverland and continue piracy on the high seas. He wants to stay in Neverland and kill Peter Pan.
Peter commands Tinkerbell to protect Wendy and her two brothers by hiding them away while he goes to deal with Captain Hook. Tinkerbell instead tries to murder Wendy by tricking the Lost Boys into shooting her down with their makeshift firearms. They almost do so, but at the last minute Wendy is rescued from death by Peter. This makes Tinkerbell so enraged that her entire body glows red with lava-like temperatures, and she literally burns through plants as she flies around in a fiery wrath.
Peter rants and raves at Tinkerbell, accusing her of high treason. During his ranting, Tinkerbell walks around on a tree branch, strutting her stuff, swinging her hips, tossing her hair, pursing her lips, sticking out her ass, and acting sexy like some kind of slutty Marilyn Monroe. Tinkerbell smiles big and answers with an enthusiastic yes. Later, Peter orders John, Michael, and the Lost Boys to go capture an Indian for literally no reason other than for fun.
While this is going on, Peter and Wendy go visit the mermaids. Oh, this part is great. The mermaids are naked, super hot chicks with big boobs as compared to the rest of the characters , their nipples covered only by their long hair or by small seashells. He shrugs and proceeds to tell them a story. They immediately attack Wendy, tearing at her night dress, pulling her hair, and trying to yank her into the water. When this fails, they encircle Wendy and start splashing her, laughing the entire time while Wendy is near tears.
Wendy finally gets her hands on a large conch shell, and attempts to bash in the skull of one of the nearest mermaids. Peter flies down and puts a stop to it, telling Wendy that the mermaids were just having fun. To celebrate, the Indians throw a party and dance while Peter and the Indian chief smoke weed. John also tries to smoke some weed, but it makes him sick.
Wendy scowls but obeys. So while Wendy is out collecting firewood, Tiger Lilly dances for Peter Pan, eventually giving him a lap dance and finally kissing him Indian-style by rubbing her face into his. Peter gets into it, starts dancing with Tiger Lilly and they keep mashing faces. Wendy sees this and flies into rage. Wendy fumes as the same squaw from before then orders her to go get more firewood.
Reaching her boiling point, Wendy storms off into the forest, alone. Peter and Tiger Lilly keep dancing and making out Indian style, having a great time. Back at the treehouse, Wendy and Peter have a huge argument. Before this happens, Hook and his pirates arrive, capture Wendy, her two bothers, and all the Lost Boys. While Peter is asleep, Hook places a dynamite bomb in his bedroom, set to go off the next day. Tinkerbell escapes her tiny prison and saves Peter at the last minute, and they both return to the pirates and defeat Hook by feeding him to the man-eating crocodile.
Ecstatic that Wendy is finally leaving, Tinker accurately obeys Peter for the first time in the entire movie. They all go home, the end. What the hell did I just watch? Purity I just watched a story about the old-school, right-wing, Alpha Male 1.
On one side, we have purity, represented by Wendy, a sweet, submissive, virginal, motherlike, domesticated, innocent girl. The kind of girl the traditional male might want to marry. These women are hot, sexual, horny, angry, and combative. These are the kinds of girls the traditional male might want to have sex with, but would never marry.
How does this play out in the real world? He puts up with the rules, irritation, and jealousy of his Wendy, as well as the drama, jealousy, and anger of his Tinkerbell.
The husband tolerates this crap forever until he ends up in an early grave. It would be interesting to observe an updated, Alpha Male 2. I think I just thought of another idea for a novel to add to my list… Related Posts.