After a dozen and a half games we start to recognise the triggers that defines Shark's mojo. Take a young woman, a virgin still, and bring her in a situation where she will cross the boundaries between childhood and adultness in a coming of age ritual. It will put Shark in a finger-licking mood and us, the players, as well.
Horny Afternoon started with Wendy, a last-year boarding school student, who was eager to sexperiment during the school holidays with her piano teacher, a local handy man and fellow students Cloé and Kenny. The series now counts 6 separate adventures or 11 episodes and Wendy has evolved into a young adult.
In Babysitting a journalist accommodates Lola, the daughter of his university mentor and friend, as she has to do some research at the local library. Lola has a personal mission as well: 'to leave as a kid and to return as a woman' and Chris will be the subject of her seductive techniques. Babysitting has a sequel, Rivalries. set a month later, where Chris has to further deal with an amorous Lola. On top of that she has invited her friend Evelyn over for the weekend who has heard of Chris' excellent deflowering abilities.
Rites of Passage
In Shark's universe the rite of passage from virginity to adulthood often converges with a change of décor to a place that is considered safe but that will paradoxically awaken the heroine's sexuality. Wendy (and her school-friend Cloé) leave boarding school for the sheltered environment called home. Lola travels to a trustworthy friend's apartment. Evelyn is invited to stay for the weekend at Lola's place. It will not be different for Shark's latest freeware game.
It is called Campus and counts two episodes. Alyssa, an innocent and somewhat naïve farmer's daughter, goes to college and has just moved into the student's dormitory. While she is still unpacking Bruce and Matthew, both third year students, say hello and propose to watch a DVD later on. Bruce is the popular captain of the football team, Matthew is his opposite, a shy, slightly nerdy student. Also Meryl drops by, she is an extrovert and somewhat bratty type but without being snotty or arrogant (Alyssa will meet some of those later as a matter of fact).
Campus uses the same scoring system as Rivalries, during the game several decisions have to be made and these will add (and sometimes subtract) points to Alyssa's friends. The friend with the highest score will get Alyssa's undivided attention during the college's hazing party, a highly incorrect ceremony that would be rather controversial and illegal in the real world. Campus is an erotic game, with plastic people doing naughty things in a plastic world and thus Shark manages to get away with that.
The game has four possible endings, two of them are rather straightforward but the third is a real meanie and needs exactly the right path or it will lead to the fourth 'bad' ending. One good thing is that 'save' codes can be asked during the game, these codes make it possible to 'jump' to a desired scene without having to repeat the game all over from the beginning.
Believe it or not, but Campus is again a masterpiece of Shark's perverted creativity and I do mean that as a compliment.
Teasing (Christmas mini game, update 27 December 2013)
For Christmas 2013 Shark uploaded a mini-game called Teasing where Alyssa spends her winter holidays on a tropical sunny beach with her aunt and niece Emilee. Emilee, who wants to be a photo model, has noticed some boys on the beach and doesn't mind teasing them, in and out the water. The adventure doesn't go further than the obligatory sun lotion rubbing scene and some fun water sports (or is that water fun sports?). The perky Emilee always is the instigator and the real star of this adventure, while Alyssa tries to be the serious one. Meanwhile Shark's Lagoon visitors wonder if there ever will be a follow up. We'll see what the future will bring.
The Campus series
All games are playable online and can be downloaded (often in better quality) at Rapidshare. They have a hint system that can be activated by typing the right word, highlight or mark the space between the quotes (" like this ") to reveal the secret word.
Alyssa enters college and meets three students who all want to enter her, one way or another. Before she makes her choice she needs to attend some anatomy and art lessons, obviously. This is college after all. Toggle hint: type " butt " to highlight next move. More hints at the forum.
Another evening at the dorm, another opportunity to see her friends and even some teachers from a different angle. At the hazing ceremony (clothing optional) Alyssa has to choose who will be her guide. Toggle hint: type " butt " to highlight next move. More hints at the forum.
Christmas 2013 mini-game. For the holidays Alyssa joins her niece Emilee on a tropical beach. Emilee doesn't mind teasing the boys in and out of the water. Toggle hint: unknown. More hints at the forum.
Campus Jump Codes
Spoiler. the Campus game can jump to a certain scene by giving a code at its start, using these codes take away most fun out of the game and will skip earlier scenes. I noted down the following codes when I played the game for this review and that (incomplete) list can be found hereafter:
first column: jump code;
2nd, 3rd and 4th columns: Bruce, Matthew & Meryl hit points;
5th column: information
At the moment I write this Another Late Night At The Office can be played at Shark's Priv-Box . this is a sequel to Shark's 2006 game A Late Night At The Office that started Shark's road to stardom and poverty.
The purpose of the Priv-box is to finance Shark's website and the development of new games. For a participation of 10 euros one can access the private box for 30 days. When a new game is finished, the old one becomes free to play, but without the bonus scenes or extra games that are only published in the Priv-box.
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Faust said Harvard has doubled its staff for its Office of Sexual Assault and Prevention, expanded orientation and training on sexual assault and created an office charged with investigating reports of misconduct. She has also requested a task force to come up with recommendations by January 2016.
"We must commit ourselves to being a better community than the one the survey portrays," she said.Critics: 'Unwanted sexual contact' too broad
For many years, the "one in five" statistic -- that one in five women are sexually assaulted on college campuses -- has been widely cited by advocates and policymakers. The number stems from a 2007 Department of Justice study, which faced some criticism for being limited in scope since the survey involved only two colleges.
The 2007 study, along with the newer survey by AAU, incorporated a broad definition of sexual assault to include activities such as unwanted kissing and fondling, along with rape and attempted rape.
That is a problem, said John Foubert, national president of One in Four, an organization that is dedicated to the prevention of rape through education and research.
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"Many of the statistics that are widely cited in the public about sexual violence are of 'rape or attempted rape' -- I believe rightfully so," wrote Foubert, who is also professor of higher education and student affairs at Oklahoma State University, on the One in Four Facebook page. "Those are the most serious types of sexual violence, and also, based on my experience, those most likely to result in PTSD [post traumatic stress disorder]. When we throw 'unwanted sexual contact' into the mix, we risk equating a forced kiss (which is a bad thing obviously) with rape (which is a fundamentally different act)."Why women don't come forward
The survey, developed by a group of researchers, program administrators and methodologists, was emailed to nearly 780,000 students. More than 150,000 completed the online questionnaire, which is a response rate of just over 19%, lower than several other surveys on sexual assault and misconduct, which Foubert said was another issue with the survey.
It is possible that the results could be slightly biased since students who didn't participate may have been less likely to report they experienced any unwanted sexual contact.
Foubert also said the sample -- 27 universities -- was not as broad as it could have been with most of the participants coming from elite institutions.
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"Those participating are most of our nation's most selective, large institutions. It did not include any Christian universities, small colleges, community colleges. or other institutions of great importance," wrote Foubert, author of seven books that deal with the prevention of sexual assault.
Rawlings, while not commenting directly on Foubert's criticism, said the survey was the "first very large scale survey of students" and included more specificity than other surveys in terms of what students were asked to gain a better sense of what is really happening on campuses across the country.
The questions "are much more specific about the type of incidents that the students were asked to respond to. Did it involve violence? Did it involve force. And then what was the type of incident? Was it harassment? Was it penetration? All of those details, I think, are very important because definitions turn out to be very significant in understanding what the students are experiencing."
Sofie Karasek, director of education and co-founder of the advocacy group End Rape on Campus. said the significance of the survey is that it provides evidence for many of the things she and other advocates thought were happening on campus, including how many students are reluctant to come forward after they are a victim of sexual assault.
More than 50% of the women who reported some of the most serious incidents, including forced penetration, didn't report it because they didn't think it was "serious enough," according to the survey. Others said they didn't come forward because they were embarrassed, ashamed or thought it would be too emotionally difficult or that they didn't think anything would be done about it.
"I think that evidence is really important to have in terms of specific policies that we would use to combat this type of victim blaming mentality," said Karasek.
Topping that list would be widespread education, she said, as early as middle school, in the areas of affirmative consent, healthy relationships, respect, what constitutes sexual assault and how and where to go to report it.
"It was clear before but now it's even clearer that campus sexual assault is widespread and we need to be tackling it from a variety of standpoints."
What do you think is the best way to stop sexual assaults on college campuses? Share your thoughts with Kelly Wallace on Twitter @kellywallacetv orCNN Parents on Facebook.
Jamie Gumbrecht contributed to this report.
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Hippie The hippie subculture was originally a youth movement that arose in the United States during the mid-1960s, swiftly spreading to other countries around the world. The etymology of the term 'hippie' is from hipster, and was initially used to describe beatniks.
The early "hippies" ideologies included the countercultural values of the Beat Generation.The Beat Generation is a term used to describe a group of American writers who came to prominence in the 1950s, and the cultural phenomena that they wrote about.There had been two world wars and a depression in just thirty years. An anti-establishment movement began. People wanted to break away from societies values placed on them. The poet Allen Ginsberg could possibly be considered the father of this movement. The poetry was not always just read but often performed to music. This is probably the source of the name given them, "The Beats".
By the fifties the movement had spread and grown. Coffee houses began to open. Places where they could meet and share thoughts. From these places emerged the "Beatniks“, typically dressed in shabby clothes, sporting a beard and wearing sunglasses at all hours. The beatniks refused to conform. The phrase "I'm Hip" was used quite often by beatniks. Their talk was said to be hip. Some even called them "Hipsters". Thus the beginning of the Hippies.
HIPPIES: rejected established institutions criticized middle class values opposed nuclear weapons opposed the Vietnam War embraced aspects of Eastern philosophy fought for sexual liberation were often vegetarian and eco-friendly promoted the use of psychedelic drugs (which they felt expanded one's consciousness) created intentional communities or communes
Hippies used alternative arts, street theatre, folk music, and psychedelic rock as a part of their lifestyle and as a way of expressing their feelings, their protests and their vision of the world and life. They perceived the dominant culture as a corrupt, monolithic entity that exercised undue power over their lives.
Hippies opposed political and social orthodoxy, choosing a gentle ideology that favored peace, love and personal freedom, perhaps best epitomized by The Beatles' song "All You Need is Love".
The Hippie PhilosophyGoals: Peace Love FreedomHippies seek to change the world through reason and by living what they believe.Imagine no possessions,I wonder if you can, no need for greed or hunger, a brotherhoodof man. Imagine all the people Sharing all the world!- John LennonThey believe in peace as the way to resolve differences among people, ideas, and religions. The way to peace is through love and tolerance
Protests:The Hippies organized their first really big protest in Washington DC 250,000 protestors gathered for one common goal: they wanted their troops to come home from the war and for US involvement in the war to be ended. Not only Hippies were at this protest. There were also students, intellectuals, radicals, and citizens of all classes. Through the years of the Vietnam War, hundreds of anti-war rallies were held. Hippies also took part in the Civil Rights Movement.
TravellingTravel, domestic and international, was a prominent feature of hippie culture, becoming (in this communal process) an extension of friendship. School buses or the iconic VW bus, were popular because groups of friends could travel on the cheap. The VW Bus became known as a counterculture and hippie symbol, and many buses were repainted with graphics and/or custom paint jobs — these were predecessors to the modern-day art car. A peace symbol often replaced the Volkswagen logo. Many hippies favored hitchhiking as a primary mode of transport because it was economical, environmentally friendly, and a way to meet new people.
CULTURE The hippie legacy in literature includes the lasting popularity of books reflecting the hippie experience; In music, the folk rock and psychedelic rock popular among hippies evolved into genres such as acid rock, world beat and heavy metal music; The tradition of hippie music festivals began in the United States in 1965. Hundreds of music festivals took place since then.
Legacy of the hippie movement:The legacy of the hippie movement continues to permeate Western society. In general: unmarried couples of all ages feel free to travel and live together without societal disapproval; frankness regarding sexual matters has become more common, and the rights of homosexual, bisexual and transsexual people have expanded; religious and cultural diversity has gained greater acceptance; greater interest in natural foods, herbal remedies, vitamins and other nutritional supplements appeared; distinct appearance and clothing became more commonplace and widely acceptable;
While many hippies made a long-term commitment to the lifestyle, some people argue that hippies "sold out" during the 1980s and became part of the materialist, consumer culture. Although not as visible as it once was, hippie culture has never died out completely: hippies and neo-hippies can still be found on college campuses, on communes, and at gatherings and festivals. Many embrace the hippie values of peace, love, and community, and hippies may still be found in bohemian enclaves around the world.
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