Great! That's 7 of us which is a nice number of characters if some of us play 2 each. I will need a day or so to think about a character sheet, and grab some pictures of the school but meanwhile please read this, it is most important that students participating in the Naked in School Program are fully cognizant with the Program rules.
Student Guide to theGreetings!
Naked in School Program
Prepared by the Federal Office of Social Awareness
Your Parents, Guardians, the Administration of your High School, and your Community in cooperation with the Naked in School Program under the authority of the Natural Sexuality Act have selected you for participation in the Program.
The Program has been carefully designed to help you become more comfortable with your body and your sexuality, to treat others in natural balance as both individual people and sexual beings, to learn to harness your natural energies, and to behave more mature and morally conscious manner. By becoming more comfortable with your body and sexuality, your sexual tensions will be diminished. This is your opportunity for rapid personal growth.
Please familiarize yourself with the Rules of the Program found on the following pages. There will be no written exam; however, compliance with each of the rules is mandatory. Failure to comply will result in penalties as determined by your local Program officials. Compulsory Nudity
For the duration of your time in The Program, you must remain naked in school.
That duration shall be from the start of school on the Monday on which your participation was selected, until the end of any school activity on the following Sunday. If your participation is deemed unsatisfactory due to absence (whether for illness or truancy), your participation will be extended in one week increments until satisfactorily completed.
This compulsory nudity will continue within the confines of the school during school hours, and shall include all school sponsored activities during or after normal school hours.
School sponsored activities shall include but are not limited to:
• Sporting Events, whether as spectator or participant
• Theatre Productions of the Drama Department
• Concerts, Recitals, or Performances by the Music Department
No clothing other than shoes and socks (or stockings) is permitted at any time, nor shall any participant attempt to cover or hide any part of their body with their hands or arms, nor with books or book bags or other devices. Long hair arranged as concealment will be rearranged up on the first offense, but may be trimmed to prevent concealment should a subsequent offense occur. Participants who continue to attempt to conceal themselves with their hands may have their hands restrained.
Participants are required to stay in public areas of the school. Participants are permitted up to three (3) bathroom breaks per day, not to exceed five (5) minutes per break. During any breaks beyond this the participant will continue to be subject to Reasonable Requests
. All bathroom use and all gym preparation (showering, removal of jewelry, shoes, et cetera for participation in physical education or athletic activities) shall be performed in the facilities provided for the opposite sex. If facilities have already been mixed in the school the participant is to remain accessible to the opposite sex were possible.
The Program does NOT expect participants to risk their health or safety. Appropriate safety equipment may be worn if required under certain circumstances, for example:
• Lab Safety Aprons or Eye Protectors in shop or chemistry classes,
• Athletic padding or helmets for contact sports,
• Taping for stability, such as ankles,
• Cups and jockstraps when required,
• Back braces while lifting, including weights in gym,
• Gloves of appropriate types for rope climbing or laboratory safety,
• Menstrual pads or tampons. Class Participation
Participants in The Program must be expected to assist teachers and instructors in the performance of their lesson plans. Participants shall cooperate with their teachers.
Because of the educational value of said assistance, Teachers and instructors may ask for participation and demonstration beyond that described under Reasonable Requests. Participants may not decline unless the request involves sexual intercourse, the insertion of a foreign object, or would result in physical harm or pose the danger of imminent physical harm to themselves or their classmates.
This requirement in no way conflicts with the participant's right to wear appropriate safety equipment as described in Compulsory Nudity. Teachers have been instructed to remain cognizant of the welfare of participants. If a participant feels that their health or safety, or that of their classmates is being jeopardized, it is not only their right but their responsibility to point out that jeopardy to the instructor.
Examples of activities which may require significant active involvement include, but are in no way limited to:
• Posing for art, photography or cinema classes,
• Serving as a live training aid for health, biology, physical education or sexual education classes,
• Acting as a research subject for Sociology or Psychology classes.
Where the participant is involved in a school related extracurricular activity, as has been previously stated under Compulsory Nudity, the participant shall remain nude. In addition, the director, advisor, or instructor for that activity may request additional activities similar to those above. Activities which are subject to these rules include but are not limited to:
• School newspaper journalists and photographers,
• Yearbook photographer,
• Chess Club, Debate Team, and all similar clubs,
• Athletic Teams,
• Band, Choir and Glee Club,
• Cheerleaders, Boosters, and Mascots. Reasonable Requests
Participants must comply with Reasonable Requests
. Participants are to consider themselves on display for any student who expresses a desire to examine any aspect of the nude form, and cooperate in that examination, providing only that it does not interfere with class time without the express permission and supervision of the teacher or instructor of a class as described in Class Participation.
It is up to the individual Program participant to determine what is reasonable, given the following guidelines:
1. A student is only required to comply during school hours on school grounds or while engaged in a school activity on or off campus. If a school activity runs to after school hours the student must still participate while 'present for' or 'part of' the activity.
2. The Program Participant is the sole judge of the reasonability of any request that involves physical contact. Any attempts to coerce the participant into physical contact beyond what the participant finds reasonable will result in disciplinary action by the school administration in accordance with the judgement of local Program officials.
3. Posing and other acts which entail no touching are always required to be agreed to if they will not interfere with other school activities.
4. Participants are strongly encouraged
to allow touching for the purposes of education and promoting a sexually aware environment. School administration may create incentives for students who do so at the judgement of local Program Officials.
5. No student shall ever be required to insert a foreign object into any bodily orifice as a part of a Reasonable Request or Classroom Activity.
6. No student is ever required to submit to oral sex or penetration with a sexual organ as a part of a Reasonable Request.
7. No student is ever required to have their freedom of movement restricted as a part of a Reasonable Request.
8. Students do not have to comply with a request while eating lunch or using the restroom. There is an exception to this if the student takes longer than half the lunch period to eat or longer than 5 minutes in the restroom (up to three times per day). Beyond those limits they must follow Reasonable Requests.
Participation in The Program shall not be construed by others as license to abuse the Participant. Attempted sexual assault will still be met with the full weight of criminal law.
Disagreement over what constitutes a reasonable request may be referred to the local Program officials. Participants are advised, however, that frivolous attempts to skirt the intent of the program may result detention (which is a school sponsored time) or in additional week(s) of participation.Requesting Relief
While in no way dangerous or harmful in a medical sense, it is recognized that a long term priaptic (erect) condition can become quite painful, in both males and females. For this reason, the Teachers and Instructors have been advised that it shall be deemed a reasonable request on the part of participants to seek relief during the first five minutes of class time. The Teachers and Instructors have been further advised that this event may be abetted by other students or participants or the instructors themselves (if no student is willing), and should be integrated into the educational nature of the program.
Teachers may not force a Participant to take relief, but may, and are in fact encouraged to inquire if relief is desired or necessary.
Considerable leeway may be granted the Participant in the nature of the relief granted, provided that no coercion is involved and that all participants are willing. No student shall be singled out otherwise pressured to assist, however teachers may create general incentives to encourage assistants.Selection and Volunteers
Students are selected at random for the Program with an attempt to maintain fairness. Selection is done in a manner that will ensure the greatest participation of the student body. Local laws may vary on this, but in the majority of districts the aim will be to ensure all nonexempt students complete one week before graduation.
Students may choose to volunteer for the Program at any time. If you desire to volunteer, please contact your school's administration. You can either be enrolled in the Program normally or complete the optional volunteer participant plan (if available in your prefecture). Optional volunteer participants must complete a full consecutive month of nudity and obtain the signatures of their teachers as supporting proof. Optional volunteers must follow all rules of the Program but may not request relief unless a local exception has been made. They may choose to quit at any time but doing so will discount their time as a volunteer. Upon completion of the month they are removed from the selection list.
Certain exempt students (such as in the case of a treaty or diplomatic issue) may not volunteer without first clearing their exemption. Outreach
In keeping with the philosophy of the program, participants are strongly encouraged to continue their nudity, and hence, their exploration and expansion of personal limits, outside the compulsory time-bound and geographic boundaries discussed in the rules. To further that encouragement, a federal affirmative injunction under the authority of the Equal Protection Act and the Natural Sexuality Act has nullified the Indecent Exposure Laws for women and men under the age of 21.
No participant shall be refused service at any establishment for complying with the intent of The program. However some establishments may at their discretion require you to furnish and place a towel down anywhere you are seated. Merchants, Retailers anbd Businesses have been encouraged to support all aspects of the program in any way possible.
Participants are also strongly encouraged to find ways to extend the benefits of the program to others.
Nude individuals, including fellow students who choose a nude lifestyle, are not subject to the rules of the Program and should not be treated as such. Exemptions
Local Program officials may make exemptions for students unable to participate in the Program. These exemptions will not be given lightly and will be limited to matters of health, impending relocation, excusable absence, diplomatic status, international treaty, prior participation, and matters to be determined by the national board.
Where possible an exemption will merely result in rescheduling to another date. Students who have previously completed participation may not be selected again against their will. Students who do not qualify for an exemption must complete their week in the Naked in School Program, once selected, in order to graduate.
If you believe you qualify for an exemption please bring it to the attention of your school's administration in order that the local Program officials may be contacted to review your case and make a decision. Disciplinary Action
Failure to comply with the rules of the Program may result in disciplinary action. The exact penalties shall be determined by school administration in cooperation with local Program officials. Acceptable forms of punishment are as follows:
• Detention may be used in keeping with normal school policy.
• Corporal punishment may be delivered to the bare buttocks only.
• Students may be 'drafted' into the Program for one day on a summary basis by teachers. School administration may extend this out to the full week.
• If deemed necessary suspension and even expulsion may be used.
• Criminal acts by or upon Program students will be dealt with by local law enforcement. Note that sex crimes by or committed upon participants will dealt with using the utmost severity under the new federal sentencing guidelines.
Prepared by the Federal Office Of Social Awareness under the guidance of the Natural Sexuality Act.
The Federal Office Of Social Awareness has been empowered by an affirmative injunction of the Supreme Court and releases its reports to the public in accordance with the Freedom of Information act.