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Outcry as students told to dress up in rubber fetish-wear or stockings and suspenders for study trip

Outcry after ‘SEXOLOGY’ students are told they must dress up in rubber fetish-wear or stockings and suspenders for study trip in Norway

  • A university required students to dress up in fetish gear for sexology group trip
  • Adger University, Norway, enforced a strict dress code for its ‘sexology’ students
  • Some were shocked that they couldn’t take part without donning kinky clothing 


A Norwegian university has caused outage after it told ‘sexology’ students they had to dress up in fetish gear, stockings or suspenders for a study trip.

The University of Adger, in Kristiansand, southern Norway, demanded its students gear up in kinky costumes for a sexology trip.

Sexology is the study of people’s sexual behaviours and feelings. Sexologists can help people come to terms with concerns they have about their sexual experiences.

The University claimed the course is one of its most popular. 

A Norwegian university required students studying ‘sexology’ to dress up in fetish gear for a group trip (File image)

The theme of the trip was lacquer and rubber, with the faculty dean saying the dress code was supposed to challenge what students believed (File image)

The theme of the trip was lacquer and rubber, with the faculty dean saying the dress code was supposed to challenge what students believed (File image)

Tonje Kristin Jensen, 30, is a sexology student and a former midwife. She was shocked at the dress requirements for the group trip and chose to skip it instead of donning rubber or lacquer clothes or other erotic clothing such as lacy shorts or suspenders.

‘A requirement was made that we should meet in a certain type of fetish clothes or erotic clothes,’ Jensen told NRK.

She said it was ‘sexually borderline to have to walk lightly dressed in front of students and teachers’.

However, the dean of the faculty of health and sports science at the University of Agder, Anders Johan Wickstrøm Andersen, defended the racy dress code.

He said there had been no formal complaint and the dress code offered an opportunity for students to challenge their beliefs.

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