Ride in bed cures co-ed’s motion sickness

Shukan Bunshun August 6
Shukan Bunshun August 6
“My classmates and I were taking our school trip, and the male teacher who was chaperoning us came into my room to check on me,” recollects an anonymous contributor to the May issue of the women’s soft porn magazine Amour Urajoho, as appearing in Shukan Bunshun’s (Aug. 6) weekly column “From the ladies’ magazines.”

“I was suffering from terrible motion sickness from the bus trip and told him I’d rest in bed,” the writer continues. “The rest of the girls went out for some evening fun on their own.”

“‘When you get back, be sure and tell me!’ said Sensei, who stayed behind to make sure I was okay.”

But as it turned out, Sensei’s altruistic concerns soon revealed themselves to be a bit self-serving.

“Trying to help me feel better, he began gently rubbing my tummy and back, and the next thing I knew his hand had slipped inside my panties,” she writes.

“‘Doesn’t that feel good?’ he asked me considerately, and, unable to resist, I thus came to surrender my virginity. Even though it was my first time, it really felt wonderful.

“That was the only time Sensei and I ever did it together,” she sighs. “It still brings back nice memories. . . ”

The contributor’s byline is “inritsu no sensei,” a pun on the word, “teacher of rhythm,” but with characters substituted to mean “teacher of the scale of bawdiness.” (M.S.)

Source: “Shukujo no zasshi kara,” Shukan Bunshun (Aug. 6, page 107)

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