Back to School: Role Play, Kink & Discipline

Explore the world of kinks centred on the classroom; discipline inspired by the British school system, teacher & student role play, the evil gym teacher, and many other educationally inspired elements to enhance your play.

First things first, let’s get some inspiration via history – or rather, let’s “remember” things in a much sexier way than they actually happened. Our main focus will be the British School System, which has inspired many naughty fantasies (or nightmares). The 1950 school experience in the USA is similarly romanticized in a lot of dirty dreams, so we will draw from that misremembered history as well. Get out your rose-tinted glasses and prepare your sense of nostalgia for a trip through the “good old days” that inspires so much play today.

A big part of the appeal of school role-play is the unique and interesting implements that were used. Some are common in kinky circles, such as canes or straps. Others you may not be as familiar with, such as birches, switches or the tawse. We will also take a look at a number of classroom pervertables that will add to the atmosphere of your scenes without breaking the bank. We will cover general safety, basic use and some of the more specific school techniques, like hand strapping.

Finally, we will draw all of it together to create some fun and sexy scenes. This includes ideas for costuming, creating a classroom playspace and invoking the power differential inherent in the teacher/student relationship. We will also look at a number of more traditional school scenarios as well as a few that flip the typical narrative on its head.

Back to School: Role Play, Kink & Discipline Workshop Length:

This class runs for 2 hours, including discussion and demo time.

Back to School: Role Play, Kink & Discipline Workshop Details:

This class is best suited to groups of 10 – 25 people.

The workshop is presented in gender-neutral terms, in recognition that not all people conform to a gender binary. References to body parts are in medical terms and gender is not assumed based on those parts. This class is a safe space for LGBTQA people, attendees are expected to respect that.