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The RGB Academy

Welcome to RBG Academy

We are The Red Bottomed Girls Academy

For adult female school girls only

You are an adult female school girl, you have been summoned to attend a weekends private academy to help improve your attitude and general behaviour, along the hallway you may hear the sounds of spanking coming from The-headmasters office, somewhere you most certainly will find yourselves over the course of the weekend,
As you arrive you will be greeted and shown to your room for the weekend at which time the academy rules will be explained to you in more detail.
The hand picked staff at this academy will be teaching pupils various subjects, and strict disciplined will be applied to those who do not pay attention or misbehave during there studies
This academy is for senior adult school girls only held at a very private residence in the UK
This academy believes in strict discipline which will be administrated by The Headmaster and his carefully selected teaching staff

Potential male and female teachers will each need to be able to teach various subjects over the weekend .

All friend requests must be accompanied by a private message, blank requests will be ignored and deleted.
Unless you have been otherwise invited
We only will only accept friendships from male or female dominants if accompanied by a messages requesting to be a teacher b requesting to be teachers, and female submissive or bottoms wishing to become pupils.


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