The Electra Complex

Daughter Convinced by Therapist that She Wants to Fuck Dad

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Video Description: ELECTRA COMPLEX
Daughter Convinced by Therapist that She Wants to Fuck Dad

The scene opens on Bruce, a handsome blue-collar man, as he sits solemnly at the dining room table cracking his knuckles. He is staring blankly at a photo of his wife. The woman died two months earlier after a sudden illness and his family has been devastated, especially his step-daughter Laurie, who went from being a typical happy girl to a distant, resentful stranger. Now, he is waiting for her to come home -- and she is late. Two hours late for their appointment, a session with a therapist that Bruce has arranged in the wake of his wife's death. When she finally returns home, he stands up to confront her but before the man can say anything, Laurie lashes into him. He's not her real father, he can't tell her what to do anymore, she's 18, an adult, she's going to leave any day now. They quickly descend into a screaming match in the living room, where Bruce tries to talk reason with his daughter and she hurls insults and hits him. Finally, he is forced to grab her and pin her down, to stop her tantrum. There is a long, intense pause as they stare, breathing hard, inches from each other. He tells her they are going to this therapist and that's an order. She spits in his face. The father, beside himself, grabs her by the wrist and pulls her outside to the car.

Scene cuts to a neatly appointed office. A therapist sits behind her desk, working on a laptop, when there is a knock on the door. She opens it to reveal Bruce, looking defeated, with his angry, tear- stricken daughter beside him. He is still grabbing her wrist. 'Sorry we are late,' he says as she lets them in.

The father and daughter sit down as the therapist begins her session. She tells Laurie that she has been counselling Bruce since her mother's untimely passing and that both felt it was important to bring Laurie into the sessions. She asks Bruce to describe to his daughter how he has been feeling since the funeral. Looking down at the floor, Bruce explains his sorrow, especially over the distance he has felt with the girl he raised as his own. It feels as if he lost not just his wife, but his daughter as well. She is so angry that they barely talk anymore and it's tearing him up inside. The therapist asks Laurie to share her feelings. Laurie clams up at first but, after some soothing words by the kind therapist, breaks down and confesses that she secretly hates herself for her mother's death. Bruce is dumbstruck. He tries to comfort her, she didn't cause her mom's illness. But Laurie, crying, tells him that she doesn't hate herself for mom dying, she hates the fact that she secretly wanted her gone. She had wanted her gone for as long as she could remember... all so she could have Bruce to herself.

The therapist, who has been calmly taking notes, walks back over to her library and pulls out a book. 'I understand the root of this now,' she says. 'Have either of you heard of the Electra complex?' The shocked family says nothing. 'It's a Neo-Freudian psychological theory, proposed by Carl Jung, about a girl's psychosexual competition with her mother for possession of her father.' Bruce stands up and tries to shut down the conversation, saying it's inappropriate. The therapist advises him to sit and continues. 'The term itself is derived from the Greek myth of Electra. During female psychosexual development, a young girl is initially attached to her mother. Most often, because of the powerful connection of the womb and breastfeeding. But, when she discovers her father (or father figure, in this case) and the fact that his body is different from her own, she develops a sexual attachment to him leading her to sub- consciously want to remove her mother and be with her dad.' Laurie starts laughing nervously. The therapist puts her book away and walks up to Laurie, placing her hand on her shoulder. 'What is making you laugh?' She asks. Laurie tells her she is laughing because it's uncomfortable. 'And what exactly is uncomfortable?' Laurie looks at Bruce in defiance before turning back and telling the therapist that suggesting she fucks her step-dad makes her uncomfortable.

The therapist smiles and walks over to Bruce, sitting down in his lap and starting to stroke his face affectionately. Without pause, Laurie jumps up and grabs her. The therapist smiles and steps off, noting that she had just proven her point. Look at how the daughter reacted to competition! This is clearly a case of Electra. She tells Laurie to sit back down and listen: they are going to focus this session on an exercise. To work out her resentment towards her mother and anger at her step-dad, the therapist advises Laurie that she must roleplay as the woman herself. 'Put yourself in the role of your mother. Bruce will be himself. And I will play you.'

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user_23327913
I'd love to see a part two where they have embraced their desire for one another and jilt the therapist who seemed to be enjoying the whole thing just a bit too much. Now that they've broken that initial barrier they don't really need her anymore. I'm sure there is a psychological name for the therapist becoming too involved or obsessed with patients... You guys do awesome with taboo thriller style videos so I can already imagine it in my mind.
2018-05-20 03:00
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user_23313991
When the therapist joins in and is having sex with the daughter she should have stressed that they're mother or daughter or whatever they were supposed to be. Because they were saying anything in regards to that. Exchanging "mommy" and "baby" a few times would have been hot.
2018-05-04 14:36
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CELIA ROSS
What  A beautiful scene so well performed kisses from Celia
2018-05-03 08:58
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user_23190034
Both the writing and acting were outstanding! I appreciate the layered and nuanced story telling your studio produces!
2018-05-01 03:27
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user_23056664
please second part hurry!!
2018-04-30 15:48
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CELIAROCK69
An absolute beautiful scene well done to everyone involved kisses from celia
2018-03-16 09:55
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Amanda MacDonald
arrange for her to convince his daughter to fuck him, not because of all the psychological stuff but because they both want to see the girl fucked by her dad
2018-03-03 06:56
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Amanda MacDonald
I would have liked to see the father secretly arrange with the psychiatrist
2018-03-03 06:54
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user_23236757
I agree A part two would be nice to see ! Please !
But I fear this doctor will be too busy and Karlee has got exactly what sh3 secretly wanted. Her and Angela need to fuck more though, withou5 question they’re brilliant together!
2018-01-27 21:17
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BobBrent

Another educational episode straight from Wikipedia. Not my thing. Charles Dera looked bemused most of the time. The role reversal was unnecessary. Karlee Grey not up to the acting required.  Lesbian sequence was ok but the girls were not my type. The pop shot to the pubic hair was good and best use of it was made.

I would have ended it with a cream pie and as they left Angela's office; her counselling certificate falling off the wall and six months later Karlee pregnant.

2018-01-15 09:09
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