Friday, 8 July 2016

Friday, July 08, 2016 -

Arizona Vacation

a tale of reformatory discipline
by R.G. Chilton
Published: Jun 24, 2016
Words: 22,476
Category: reformatory
Orientation: M/F
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1. The Trip

"Tell me about it," Diane purred.

"Again? You're worse than a five-year-old with a favourite story," Jack joked. "You're beginning to sound like my niece."

"Well I'm not five," Dianne purred, nibbling on her husband's ear. "And I really, really want to hear it again."

"So there's this place in Arizona where they've got an institute," Jack said, stroking his wife's hair. "It's for people who have been declared incompetent."

"Declared incompetent?" Diane probed, wanting to hear him repeat details.

"Like Britney Spears was," Jack reminded her.

"People?" Diane probed.

"Girls. Women," Jack clarified. "They can't be minors so that means they have to be over 21 before they can be admitted."


"Committed," Jack corrected. "They need a doctor's note and everything."

"Just a doctor's note? That's all it takes?" Diane asked, knowing the answer but wanting to hear it again.

"I think they need a judge to sign off on it. Or maybe just a public notary."

"And what they do is legal?" Diane enquired.

"It is," Jack confirmed. "State law says that people labelled as incompetent can be treated the same as naughty children."

"Really?" Diane asked.

She knew. She had seen the law. It was a simple, short one:

A parent or guardian and a teacher or other person entrusted with the care and supervision of a minor or incompetent person may use reasonable and appropriate physical force upon the minor or incompetent person when and to the extent reasonably necessary and appropriate to maintain discipline. (13-403. [Criminal Code])

In this case, 'appropriate physical force' meant punishments that were more appropriate to adults than children. Diane thought of them as very adult ones that maintained 'discipline' in the institution.

"Really," Jack confirmed.

"And we get to watch?" Diane asked.

"Not quite," Jack answered. "We get to evaluate."

Diane looked up sharply.

"That's new. What do you mean, evaluate?"

"Didn't we go over this? That's why it's couples only."


"Officially, we're evaluating the service. That's the only real reason we'd be allowed to witness it."

"But how? Why?"

"Honey, we went over it," Jack said. "Remember? When we went over the forms?"

"I think I would have remembered that," Diane said sharply.

"We talked about the costumes," Jack pointed out. "We talked and shopped and talked and shopped and..."

"We looked at uniforms and costumes and I still think that I would remember something about it being an evaluation."

"But we went over it being couples only..."

"And that at least one of the couple had to be a woman," Diane nodded in agreement. "But that's to keep it from becoming a sausage fest."

"No, we went over all of this," Jack said. "It's because every woman there is officially there to evaluate the service."


"I'm sure we talked about this," Jack said.