What is "Real" Pulp Fiction?

The term "pulp fiction" refers to a literary genre used to describe magazines printed on cheap "pulp" paper in the first half of the 20th century.

Before the days of TV, pulps were how young adults learned about popular culture and the criminal underworld. Stories were often grossly exaggerated and explicit for the times. It is this energy of the genre that Tarantino is trying to exhibit in the film Pulp Fiction, the same way he exhibits his love for the film genre grindhouse in the 2007 film of the same name (also shown separately as Death Proof).

What happened to the Gimp?

GIMP (gĭmp) n.

(1) a derrogatory term for someone that is disabled or has a medicial
problem that results in physical impairment.

(2) An insult implying that someone is incompetent, stupid, etc. Can
also be used to imply that the person is uncool or can't/won't do what
everyone else is doing.
The Gimp is perhaps a plot device to the hypocrisy of LA policemen. They are supposed to always "protect and serve" but sometimes they "do other things" to you. Or perhaps The Gimp is an updated version of Bill McKinney's role as the "backwoodsman" rapist in Deliverance? Whatever the deal, it remains a cinematic icon forever. But what happened to him? Please speculate