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Offline JuliaInNJ2007Topic starter

Conservative professor and a socialist student
« on: October 15, 2018, 07:44:41 PM »
Hey there! It has been a very long time since I have been on here.

I would play as a professor in one of the social sciences. In my class, I foster a lot of discussion and debate. I try and stay out of the mix and serve as a moderator, but it is impossible to do so. My political leanings -- free market right -- leans through. One of my students is the school's loudest firebrand socialist. He gets top marks... but is an arrogant type who always believes he is correct and looks down upon anyone who would dare disagree with him (including faculty).

As far as the plot of the story -- I have seen the err of my ways and become bent to the will of your character.

Three things:

1) I would like this to take place in the 1960s if possible.

2) I am basing this off of a real life, very famous firebrand socialist. I do not want to say who in public but you can probably take a guess who. He is in his 70s now but was VERY attractive in his 20s.

3) I have very strict limits. As in, do not expect anything too wild physically. But I still think this will be fun.

Any interest?