Sex Education by Felicity McBean
(Reluctant Virgin Student Erotica)

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Meiling, a Chinese exchange student, knows nothing about sex, and when her class has a surprise sexual awareness class, she's more confused than ever! Luckily, her teacher, Mr Young, is there to help her, and he won't take no for an answer!

This 10,800 word story contains rough fingering, a gagging blowjob, and a naive virgin Chinese girl getting fucked and filled with her teacher's hot seed!

(All characters are over the age of eighteen)


“There’s a good girl,” Mr Young said. “How do you feel?”

I gulped. “I am scared, sir.”

“Don’t be. Sex is nothing to be afraid of. In fact, it’s a true joy when you embrace it. I’m going to teach you the joy of sex.”

“And… how are you going to do that, sir?”

“With a practical assignment.” His hand brushed against the bottom of my leg and I stifled a gasp. A tingle crept up my thighs, but I stayed stiff. “I’m going to teach you, hands on, what sex is all about. I’m going to give you a crash course. By the end of today, you’ll wonder how you ever lived without knowing, without experiencing.”

“Sir…” I stared at his hand creeping up my leg. “I am not sure that I want to do this.”

“Oh, you will. The other students don’t have to do this, but for you, I’m making an exception. It’s a crime that such a beautiful, intelligent girl could go without.” He grabbed my thigh in his strong hand. “And with such a beautiful body.”

This… wasn’t normal. This didn’t feel right, at all. I knew nothing of sex, but Mr Young wasn’t supposed to touch me in that way. My family kept this sex away from me for a reason, and now I knew.

“P-please, sir.” I dug my hands into the edge of the desk, and stiffened. “Do not do this. I do not want it.”

“Oh, Meiling.” He chuckled, and his eyes burned into me. “Sometimes, we all have to do things we don’t want to do.”

About Felicity McBean

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Published March 8, 2013 34 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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