Some of the tools we use to communicate consent at CLASS events! For more details on what the pegs are for, as well as other ways we communicate consent at CLASS events, see this page. See the system in action, or try it out yourself, at our next event.
Note that our next munch has been rescheduled for Tuesday 28 November.
The Dublin Chapter of CLASS Ireland is holding another evening of education. All participants are advised to familiarise themselves with the CLASS Code of Conduct prior to attending. Any questions on the code of conduct may be directed to us using the Contact Us form. Registration Places are limited, so please Contact Us to reserve your … Continue reading Dublin CLASS Night: Friday 17 November
CLASS Ireland will be holding another munch in Dublin on Tuesday, 28 November at 8pm. Particularly for those new to role play events, the munch provides an opportunity to get to know other group members in a vanilla setting before attending play events. Refer to the event description on FetLife to RSVP and for instructions … Continue reading Dublin Munch: 28 November 2017
True to its name, CLASS strives for continuous improvement, both in the context of school role play scenes and in the broader functioning of the group. To that end, the CLASS BOT has approved a new revision of the guidelines, which detail the group structure and policies for events and other interactions. We therefore ask all members … Continue reading Guidelines Update
The Dublin chapter has once again attempted to instil in its students a healthy respect for the school rules and for their teachers. Judging by the state of the punishment log at the end of the night, this effort may take some time. The teachers, meanwhile, also received a lesson in the importance of … Continue reading Dublin CLASS 26 Aug
No, we’re not consulting an oracle; we’re seeking applicants for the new post of guidance counsellor for the upcoming Dublin CLASS. Job Description The guidance counsellor will watch over lessons to ensure that all students are living up to their potential. Students observed to be lazy, working sloppily, or otherwise not paying suitable attention … Continue reading Seeking Guidance