Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Orientation at St Lucy’s

Incoming St Lucy’s girl getting a Gardasil injection

Orientation for incoming St Lucy’s students: Yesterday I held a special Contemporary Sexual Health class for all incoming St. Lucy’s students 16 years of age (the age of consent in Nevada) and older and another for incoming students younger than 16.

Both groups get the standard pelvic, pap and full panel of STI tests and starts or continues her regimen of Gardasil shots. The 16 and over group was sorted buy sexual orientation and assigned a girl of the same orientation to be her mentor during first-year. For Hets I let them know there was also a group of STI screened ‘Student Stallions’ (chosen from the pool of younger escort trainees) available if they have a crisis and needed immediate relief and there was a like group of ‘Sappho’s Sisters’ for incoming daughters of Lesbos. Neither of these support groups is meant to take the place of social integration into the student body and surrounding support community but available for comfort and guidance into the full social life of a St Lucy’s student.

A new girl and her Sappho sister

Underage girls: The girls 15 and younger were screened for sexual activity and checked to see that they had the necessary release forms from their parents to permit their sexual activity as part of the St Lucy’s curriculum. Once the proper forms are obtained the St Lucy’s curriculum can be very liberally defined to meet the individual student’s physical and emotional needs, as it was with Cyndi before she turned 16. Some of the girls younger than 16 (the ones not on contraceptive hormones) will become almost as SA as the girls over 16, while some of the girls on hormones will become virtual virgins with no interest in sex at all, a common side effect of hormonal birth control. Fortunately all the incoming girls interested in ballet are not on hormonal contraceptives. Ballet students do far better when cycling naturally and using other means of contraception. Hormones stunt a dancers creativity so unless a dancer is immobilized with heavy bleeding or painful periods it’s better that she not be on hormones if she can avoid them.


  1. Is Sapphos a famous leader of Lesbos from Greek mythology?

  2. “Sappho was an Ancient Greek lyric poet, born on the island of Lesbos. Later Greeks included her in the canonical list of nine lyric poets. Her birth was sometime between 630 and 612 BC, and it is said that she died around 570 BC. The bulk of her poetry, which was well-known and greatly admired throughout antiquity, has been lost”. … “The meaning of the word lesbian derives from the poems of Sappho, who was born in Lesbos. The poems contain powerful emotional content directed toward other women and have frequently been interpreted as expressing homosexual love.”


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