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As well encompassing as this definition is, there arises the issue of what constitutes ‘unwelcome sexual attention’ this is because arriving at determination of whether the conditions particularly that of the act being unwelcome exist may not be easy to determine since what is unwelcome or not is essentially subjective. There is also the reasonability test, this is a lot subjective and speculative and may be quite difficult to prove in court if eventually this bill becomes an Act and cases spring from it. By virtue of section 3 of the Bill, a relationship of authority, dependency and trust shall be construed to exist between an educator and a student in an institution if the educator is directly or indirectly involved in the full-time or part-time academic training, teaching, advising, supervising and education of the student; or the educator has direct or indirect academic or non-academic authority over the student; or the student depends, directly or indirectly, on the educator in any manner whatsoever.Invariably, the Bill, if passed into law will extend beyond lecturers as it relates also to non-academic staff this is a welcomed development because more often than not, the lecturers have been at the receiving ends of similar laws as this forgetting that other non-administrative staff are also culpable. According to the bill, an educator commits an offence of sexual harassment against a student if he/she has sexual intercourse with a student who is less than 18 years of age or who is physically or mentally challenged[2]; or has sexual intercourse with or demand for sex from a student or a prospective student as a condition to study in an institution or as a condition to the giving of a passing grade or the granting of honours and scholarships, or the payment of stipend, allowance or other benefits, privileges or considerations [3]; or solicits sex from or makes sexual advances towards a student[4]; or directs or induces another person to commit any act of sexual harassment[5]; or grabs, hugs, rubs, strokes or touches or pinches the breasts or hair or lips or hips or buttocks or any other sensual part of the body of a student; displays, gives or sends naked or sexually explicit pictures or videos or sex related objects to a student; when the sexual solicitation or sexual advances result in an intimidating, hostile or offensive environment for the student; or whistles, winks; screams or exclaims at a student or makes sexually complimentary or uncomplimentary remarks about a student’s physique[6].

The sex scenes are interspersed with abstract musings about the nature of sex. the book's argument reverberates beyond the erotic.This bill places a whole lot of burden on the educator as against the students.We cannot shy away from the fact that a lot of the so-called sexual harassment cases emanates from the students (especially the female ones).INTRODUCTION The bill titled sexual harassment in tertiary educational institutions prohibition bill, 2016 is sponsored.The long title of the bill introduced it as a bill for an act to make provision for the prohibition of sexual harassment of students by educators in tertiary educational institutions and for matters connected therewith, 2016.In short, it arouses." --Teddy Wayne, NPR"This new edition reminds us how this revolutionary epic had an impact on the sexual liberation of women." --"Le Parisien Magazine""Hedonistic, joyful and much more fresh than Fifty Shades of Grey." --"Marianne""Emmanuelle is not just sex; it is an eroticism that is vintage, oneiric, utopian, and tender, an optimistic and radiant eroticism." --"""An unrestrained erotic novel, replete with details of the author's sexual experiences and erotic philosophy.

Emmanuelle Arsan has launched an all-out one-woman crusade to liberate mankind from the sexual taboos that have woven themselves into our moral nature and end up by ruling us through unjust laws." --"Panorama" (Italy)"Emmanuelle writes nearly as well as the Divine Marquis [de Sade], and shows the same penchant for philosophy." --"Le Nouvel Observateur""Emmanuelle's eroticism is not pathological, unlike the eroticism of revolt.

Also known as “Feederism,” the trend falls into the broader category of fat fetishes, though it is unique in one distinct way.

It’s not just a meaty figure those in the gaining community find erotic; it’s the journey to obesity that really gets this group off.

Somewhere between Meghan Trainor’s “All About That Bass” and Nicki Minaj’s” Anaconda,” having a full figure became in again.

And while a sprawling demographic of admirers already exists for those with shapely figures, some are into more than just that end result.

It is a crucial part of the satisfaction of the individual, which feels threatened by nothing, which unfolds in harmony with the world: an eroticism of perfect accord." --"Le Magazine Litteraire" Emmanuelle Arsan is the pseudonym of Marayat and Louis Jacques Rollet-Andriane.