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Dressing the part of your role is fun too. There are a ton of options for school girl and boy outfits. Looking the part of the Teacher is as easy as a business suit or pencil skirt. The Teacher can start the roleplay days in advance by giving a homework assignment. This can be as easy as some rudimentary math problems or something tailored to be more personal like an essay question. This will be a great tool to bring back into the actual play scene. You could also plan it far enough in advance that your student has forgotten about it by the time the scene comes around.




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The term discipline describes psychological restraining, with the use of rules and punishment to control overt behavior.[citation needed] Punishment can be pain caused physically (such as caning), humiliation caused psychologically (such as a public flagellation) or loss of freedom caused physically (for example, chaining the submissive partner to the foot of a bed). Another aspect is the structured training of the bottom.[18]


A 2009 study on two separate samples of male undergraduate students in Canada found that 62 to 65%, depending on the sample, had entertained sadistic fantasies, and 22 to 39% engaged in sadistic behaviors during sex. The figures were 62 and 52% for bondage fantasies, and 14 to 23% for bondage behaviors.[101] A 2014 study involving a mixed sample of Canadian college students and online volunteers, both male and female, reported that 19% of male samples and 10% of female samples rated the sadistic scenarios described in a questionnaire as being at least "slightly arousing" on a scale that ranged from "very repulsive" to "very arousing";[102] the difference was statistically significant.[102] The corresponding figures for the masochistic scenarios were 15% for male students and 17% for female students, a non-significant difference.[102] In a 2011 study on 367 middle-aged and elderly men recruited from the broader community in Berlin, 21.8% of the men self-reported sadistic fantasies and 15.5% sadistic behaviors;[103] 24.8% self-reported any such fantasy and/or behavior.[103] The corresponding figures for self-reported masochism were 15.8% for fantasy, 12.3% for behavior, and 18.5% for fantasy and/or behavior.[103] In a 2008 study on gay men in Puerto Rico, 14.8% of the over 425 community volunteers reported any sadistic fantasy, desire or behavior in their lifetime; the corresponding figure for masochism was 15.7%.[104] A 2017 cross-sectional representative survey among the general Belgian population demonstrated a substantial prevalence of BDSM fantasies and activities; 12.5% of the population performed one of more BDSM-practices on a regular basis.[105]


Within feminist circles, the discussion is split roughly into two camps: some who see BDSM as an aspect or reflection of oppression (for example, Alice Schwarzer) and, on the other side, pro-BDSM feminists, often grouped under the banner of sex-positive feminism (see Samois); both of them can be traced back to the 1970s.[124] Some feminists have criticized BDSM for eroticizing power and violence and reinforcing misogyny. They argue that women who engage in BDSM are making a choice that is ultimately bad for women.[125] Feminist defenders of BDSM argue that consensual BDSM activities are enjoyed by many women and validate the sexual inclinations of these women.[126] They argue that there is no connection between consensual kinky activities and sex crimes, and that feminists should not attack other women's sexual desires as being "anti-feminist". They also state that the main point of feminism is to give an individual woman free choices in her life; which includes her sexual desire. While some feminists suggest connections between consensual BDSM scenes and non-consensual rape and sexual assault, other sex-positive ones find the notion insulting to women.[127][128]


In the late 1980s, the Internet provided a way of finding people with specialized interests around the world as well as on a local level, and communicating with them anonymously.[10][189] This brought about an explosion of interest and knowledge of BDSM, particularly on the usenet group alt.sex.bondage. When that group became too cluttered with spam, the focus moved to soc.subculture.bondage-bdsm. With an increased focus on forms of social media, FetLife was formed, which advertises itself as "a social network for the BDSM and fetish community". It operates similarly to other social media sites, with the ability to make friends with other users, events, and pages of shared interests.


One of the most commonly used symbols of the BDSM community is a derivation of a triskelion shape within a circle.[230] Various forms of triskele have had many uses and many meanings in many cultures; its BDSM usage derives from the Ring of O in the classic book Story of O. The BDSM Emblem Project claims copyright over one particular specified form of the triskelion symbol; other variants of the triskelion are free from such copyright claims.[231]


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You were studying really hard to get scholarship and join international student exchange program. Both, you and your girlfriend Summer got it. What a great opportunity for a young couple. But all the sudden the principal of university canceled your participation. So now what? How this will impact your relationship and even how to keep yourself motivated to study? Make decisions and guide yourself through the life.


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Play as a guy who studies at the Faculty of Law. You live an ordinary student life, study and meet different people. You get in trouble for a girl and you have to move to another city and change colleges. There you will start a new life, where a lot of sexy beauties are waiting for you. Your answers affect the storyline. Be careful, incorrect answers lead to the end of the game.


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It is the policy of the University that employees shall not have any romantic or sexual relationship with any students enrolled in any capacity at the University, even if the romantic or sexual relationship is believed to be consensual. This policy applies even if there is no direct supervisory or evaluative relationship between the employee and the student. This policy applies whether classes are in session or not, and applies when employees or students are on leave of any nature.


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Students, staff, administrators, and faculty are entitled to an employment and educational environment that is free of discriminatory harassment. This policy is not meant to inhibit or prohibit educational content or discussions inside or outside of the classroom that include germane but controversial or sensitive subject matters protected by academic freedom.


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