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Lolita

An underage girl (i.e., a legal minor) who has sex with older men.
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Popular Lolita models such as Misako Aoki were big hits at this autumn's Japan Fashion Week, showing off white parasols and pastel pink puff sleeves with high-laced boots, tiny top hats and huge ribbons.
Taking its name from the title of Vladimir Nabokov's novel about a middle-aged man's sexual obsession with a 12-year-old girl, Lolita style embodies the childhood world of fairytales and comic-book fantasy.
One young woman in Tokyo's Lolita heartland of Harajuku, who gave her name only as Mina, introduced herself as wearing "Black Lolita, which is a little different from the orthodox Lolita".
With its "Lolitashow" website and "Everlasting dream" slogan, the new line of Lolita "vertical sites" from Milanoo respects and restores the dreams and individual characteristics of its fans to create a more professional and dreamlike Lolita world for consumers.
The launch of Lolitashow will be a new start and Lolitashow is going to become one of the most complete sales platform of Lolita products worldwide in the near future," said Vincent, the designer of Milanoo.
Indeed, what looks like mere analogy may have been a case of no less than homologous creation, as suggested by Neil Cornwell in an article tracing Lolita back to Ulysses.
Replace French with English and Hungarian, and the description given in Lolita of Humbert pere's "mixed French and Austrian descent, with a dash of the Danube in his veins" can equally well be applied to "Rudolf Virag of Szombathely, Vienna, Budapest, Milan, London, and Dublin," as Bloom's father was introduced by Professor Nabokov to his undergraduate audience at Cornell.