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BenedettaC last won the day on November 18

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    Trentemøller, Allies for Everyone, Cigarettes After Sex, Goldfrapp, Jessie Ware
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    All things Gothic, the Victorians, Erotica (literature and photography), all types of art (particularly Medieval, fin de siecle and photography), Architecture and Design (Art Deco, Art Nouveau, 1930s), Archaeology, Tibetology
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  1. I'll want to see ample demonstration of that... ...and you, @lsroses, are always a most enthusiastic...and proactive...pupil... But I may need to spank you for speaking out of turn...
  2. That's what I like to enthusiastic pupil! I'll check my schedule now...
  3. I was just being coy... Yes, indeed...the 'innocent' have told me that...many times...ha, ha, ha...
  4. She's got it all figured out!
  5. I see... Well, I'm guessing you'd bet not long!
  6. So...we now have a class of four... Hmm...things are really beginning to get interesting...
  7. What would you bet on?
  8. Goodness gracious...! I seem to have developed a serious reputation as a libertine corruptor of the innocent..
  9. Now @lsroses, darling, wherever did you get that idea?
  10. Innocent voyeurs are welcome! (But I do wonder if is there is really any such thing as an innocent voyeur?)
  11. I must say that I'm always amazed when I hear women say that they don’t consider themselves to be feminists, as if feminism is some kind of obsolete philosophy of the 1960s that we no longer need. Feminism isn’t only about advocating gender equality in the Western workplace (which, by the way, continues to be necessary to the present day, because on the whole women are still paid less than men for performing the same work, and there are far fewer women in senior management roles, and fewer still at the very top of any given industry). It’s also about advocating the human rights of women and girls internationally, which continues to be as imperative as ever... A recent Amnesty International report states: 'The experience or threat of violence affects the lives of women and girls everywhere in the world, cutting across boundaries of wealth, race and culture. In the home and in the community, in times of war and peace, women are beaten, raped, mutilated and killed with impunity.' One in three women will experience violence in her lifetime, and this horrific experience will deprive her of her human rights, put her at risk of mental and physical health problems, and potentially trap her in poverty. The various forms of violence inflicted on women include: domestic abuse; sexual violence and rape; stalking and harassment; trafficking for purposes of human slavery; female genital mutilation; intimidation and harassment at work, in education or in public; forced prostitution; forced marriage; and ‘honour’ crimes. Violence against women is a human rights issue, and also a heath issue of epidemic proportions, and it is both a consequence of and a cause of inequality between men and women. It can deprive a woman of her right to health and physical and mental integrity; her right to be free from torture, inhuman and degrading treatment; and her right to life. To get an idea of the massive scale of violence against women at present, take a look at these statistics published by the UN: Across the world over 60 million female babies are ‘missing’ – killed, aborted for being a girl, or deliberately under-nourished and neglected, because boys are considered to be worth more than girls in many cultures. Each year, 2 million girls aged 5 to 15 are trafficked (sold or coerced into prostitution). Adult women account for 51 per cent of all human trafficking victims detected globally. Women and girls together account for 71 per cent, with girls representing nearly 3 out of every 4 child trafficking victims. Nearly 3 out of every 4 trafficked women and girls are trafficked for the purpose of sexual exploitation. At least 200 million women and girls alive today have undergone female genital mutilation (FGM) in the 30 countries with representative data on its prevalence. In most of these countries, the majority of girls were cut before age 5. Worldwide, almost 750 million women and girls alive today were married before their 18th birthday. Child marriage is more common in West and Central Africa, where over 4 in 10 girls were married before age 18, and about 1 in 7 were married or in union before age 15. Child marriage often results in early pregnancy and social isolation, interrupts schooling, limits the girl’s opportunities and increases her risk of experiencing domestic violence. More than a third of the world’s women and girls have been beaten, raped or sexually abused during their lifetimes. It is estimated that 35 per cent of women worldwide have experienced either physical and/or sexual intimate partner violence or sexual violence by a non-partner at some point in their lives. However, some national studies show that up to 70 per cent of women have experienced physical and/or sexual violence from an intimate partner in their lifetime Surveys around the world suggest that 40-70 per cent of female murder victims were killed by their husbands, boyfriends or ex-partners. The crime always came after a history of abuse. In Europe domestic violence is the biggest cause of death and disability for women between the ages of 16 and 44. A quarter of European women experience domestic violence in their lifetimes. In the USA one woman is battered every 15 seconds, usually by her partner. The UK police receive a call every minute about domestc abuse, 89% of which are about a woman being abused by a man. Two women are killed by their partner every week in England and Wales. Of all female homicides, 40% are killed by gendered violence. In Pakistan over 1,000 women a year are murdered in the name of ‘honour’. In India, around 15,000 women a year are murdered in ‘dowry deaths’ at the hands of husbands or in-laws, dissatisfied with the marriage settlement. These crimes are often disguised as ‘kitchen fires’ – the victim is doused in kerosene and set alight. In Bangladesh, acid attacks on women because of dowry disputes are frequent, often leading to blindness, disfigurement, and death. 140 countries have passed laws on domestic violence, and 144 have laws on sexual harassment. However, even when laws exist, this does not mean they are always compliant with international standards and recommendations or implemented. Still, 37 countries exempt rape perpetrators from prosecution when they are married to or subsequently marry the victim. In 2014, 23 per cent of non-heterosexual women (those who identified their sexual orientation as lesbian, bisexual or other) interviewed in the European Union indicated having experienced physical and/or sexual violence by both male and female non-partner perpetrators, compared with five per cent of heterosexual women. So, if you think we no longer need feminism, think again...
  12. Without a doubt... Now let's put that theory to the test!
  13. So then, today's lesson will be 'How to preserve the virtue of a truly innocent young woman during the performance of a plethora of erotic acts', Part I...
  14. Oooh... I love a girl who will follow orders...
  15. The sky's the limit...or maybe not!