Wolford Legwarmers - Merino Rib Wool
The Photo: This Fall St Lucy’s ballet students have a new dancewear fashion fad Merino wool legwarmers from Wolford for 43 GBP a pair. Not a problem for St Lucy’s students who each have several pairs in Fall colors.
Brenda’s long comment on Slit Kits: Your "slit kit" is certainly complete and to be highly recommended. I recently was asked to moderate a session for mothers at the university school on "the talk." There were about twenty of them, all in their thirties and each with a daughter between twelve and fifteen. I essentially gave them the outline that I used for so many years with girls at their first pelvic exam and added colour and brochures for them to use. The discussion become rather free-wheeling after that with one woman saying she had found semen spots on her daughters knickers and others admitting to indications that their daughters had yielded their virginity. "What do I do now?" was the question.
I recalled for them my teen years in a government school in the Hebrides where we had a strict uniform code and requirements for materials in our book bags. Girls over twelve had to have a napkin and spare pair of cotton knickers; tampons were absolutely taboo. We were required to wear "lightly padded" bras. They explained how it made us look more feminine but we all knew it was only to cover our nipples through the cotton blouses. The standard uniform bras at the local dry goods merchant were barely more than constricting straps and I was greatly relieved when my aunt took me shopping for my first "real bra."
Only a very few of us were ready to be using our genitals but we planned things well. One of the tampon companies was giving away holder that could take two applicator tampons. If, instead, we used non-applicator tampons a few condoms and a few vaginal suppositories would fit in their as well. What is more natural than a fifteen year old girl having tampons in her purse? The butch sports teacher who would check for out pads and panties did not even open the tampon holders. I was berated one time for using tampons but if she had opened the case she would have been really surprised.
I believe that those mothers who had seen signs sex left prepared to equip their daughters similarly. Others had the question, "What do I tell her to do if 'things start to get out of hand'?" I threw the question back to them and only one stated she never had that experience. The other responses ran from "I did it and had an abortion six weeks later" to "I started to yell 'rape.'" A few of them had given in, a few adamantly refused, a few had given hand jobs or blowjobs. Then "What would you do knowing what you do now." All agreed that they would have refused more strongly BUT all agreed that the girl should be equipped in case she willingly accepts. Interesting discussion and I am encouraged that the mothers you deal with are so accepting that sex is part of life, whether or not part of the curriculum. In most secondary schools, it may as well be part of the curriculum!
[Brenda] Only a very few of us were ready to be using our genitals but we planned things well. One of the tampon companies was giving away holder that could take two applicator tampons. If, instead, we used non-applicator tampons a few condoms and a few vaginal suppositories would fit in their as well. What is more natural than a fifteen year old girl having tampons in her purse?
[Jill] How adult you must have felt having your own supplies immediately to hand should you want to take advantage of an opportunity!
[Brenda] all agreed that the girl should be equipped in case she willingly accepts. Interesting discussion and I am encouraged that the mothers you deal with are so accepting that sex is part of life, whether or not part of the curriculum. In most secondary schools, it may as well be part of the curriculum!
[Jill] Because St Lucy’s founder believed that young women should be willing and able to enjoy the full range of pleasurable experiences while being as safe as possible entrance requirements are geared not only toward meeting the standards of a rigorous academic curriculum, but also include a tendency toward being sexually assertive and adventuresome. While guiding and shaping each bright young adventuresome mind certain precautions are taken. Each St. Lucy’s student is required to have completed the series of Gardasil injections before arriving on campus. And, as I mentioned in an earlier post we strongly recommend that every new student be fitted with an copper IUD, preferably a GyneFix, so they can continue to experience the cyclical hormonal swings that are the source of so much female creativity.
We require that the strings be removed at placement of the IUD to prevent interfering with the seal of a cervical barrier or sticking to the barrier and being accidentally pulled out when the barrier (used for flood insurance during dive-sex) is removed. Actually, dive-sex is a huge motivator as no student wants to be so difficult that she is denied participating in that semester long class. Waxed pubes are also a requirement for students as well as their male partners so that vaginal plugs seat properly, thongs fit snugly and reduce the likelihood that repeated acts of penetrative intercourse might cause ‘beaver burn’.
During a student’s first year my Contemporary Sexual Health (CSH) class is mandatory. Then in her second year Advances Sexual Techniques (AST) is an elective, but every student takes it. In CSH students are taught the advantages, disadvantages and correct use of all forms of contraception and the standard positions for penetrative intercourse as well as the proper use of toys; Ben Wa balls, dildos and butt plugs as well as how to safely use machines like the Sybian.
AST teaches fetishes; rubber, gags & plugs, breathplay (using dive gear and gasmasks), bondage (with rope, chain, straps and scarves), Domination as well as Submissive techniques, the use of safe words and how to play rough while remaining unmarked are some of the things on the extensive syllabus.
The male partners used during the laboratory projects in both CSH and AST are recruited from students at UNLV and very carefully screened. Both the students and their partners are routinely tested for STIs and the women for pregnancy each week. The men selected are screened for HIV well in advance of partnering students so the quarantine interval is over before hand and none have sex except with students in the class they are participating in. Since the guys have a fantasy job, being paid to perform sexually with beautiful young women, the likelihood of them fucking other women is very unlikely since they can get as much tight pussy as they can handle. Even so, as an ex-president said, “trust but verify” so we set honey traps to test their adherence to the rules.
We like the girls to avoid using condoms with their lab partners so they can begin to develop confidence in the effectiveness of their IUDs or other female controlled contraceptive she is using, but that can bring its own problem with multiple unprotected partners changing the vaginal pH.
To stabilize their vaginal pH while sexually active with multiple partners students are encouraged to apply 10ml of DiveGel+ (used primarily for dive-sex) in their vaginas from prefilled disposable applicators before penetration. It’s a marvelous lube of course if the couple can’t wait for her to become aroused and produce her natural lube, but at St Lucy’s it’s used for surface sex more for the biocide in it which minimizes the likelihood of students getting yeast infections from having so many different sets of bacteria inserted in their vaginas over a short period of time.