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What the fuck is wrong with america. It not fucking okay to fucking fuck your teacher for fucking sake. I really mean it fucking dipshit fucking
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We always like to think that we don't have double standards when it comes to men and women, but COME ON, when it's a teacher that's a hot woman fucking a boy, we're all like " damn, where was that crazy bitch when i was in highschool" , but when it's a male teacher fucking a teenage girl we're like " this creep needs to go jail what the fuck " , and i'm guilty of being one of those people of course.


Women have no sex drive and are incapable of sex crimes, yet somehow these articles are more older women taking advantage of their male students? (just being snarky and sarcastic)

Two of my high school teachers were married. He was a foreign language teacher (US born) and in his class, we watched one of the films from her class's trip overseas while he was her teacher... >.>

There was another married pair of teachers in the school too, but I think they married while they were teachers at my school. >.>

I also had frequent substitute teacher that was the mother of one of my classmates. They would address each other formally in the classroom to help maintain the work roles. I adopted a similar attitude when I worked with my mother...

I'm not against it I guess if both parties are consenting and the parents/guardians are ok with it, (though it would be smart to avoid teaching your lover's class. Conflict of interest, after all.

Going back to my snarky comment for a bit, to make something a bit more serious. Cases like those mentioned in the OP kind of reinforce and support my belief that rape is not a crime against women, but a crime that affects youth (the under 25 crowd), and, perhaps, it would be best to handle it as such.


I agree with you, if there's consent i find it fucking ridiculous that it's a crime, especially cause a 18 year old girl can have an 80 year old sugar daddy and no one gives a fuck, is an 18 year old that different from a 16 year old ? like what ? more or less 650 days of life apart ?
But i disagree with you that the cases that OP linked should be handled as rape, especially since both teachers are fairly fuckable, and another sketchy subject is, how does a woman rape a guy besides shoving stuff up his ass, does she forcefully get your dick hard against your will ? i never found myself in such situation, but i can imagine that in a situation of despair the last thing i can get is a boner.


First off, please educate yourself on a subject before talking about it.


Secondly how does the teacher being "fairly fuckable" change the situation? And yes, it's perfectly possible for your body to physically react to stimuli without your consent. Your body can be pretty damn stupid that way. Again, educate yourself before talking. It's not that hard to google resources.

(quote above, sorry i screwed up. nemoskull below )

i always found it funny when its called rape but was consentual.
if the teacher is hot, then you consent, and it is not rape.
if i really was tied up and raped, and it was buy a hot chick, i would be considerably less pissed than if it was a guy.
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outerheaven139 wrote:


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outerheaven139 wrote:

We always like to think that we don't have double standards when it comes to men and women, but COME ON, when it's a teacher that's a hot woman fucking a boy, we're all like " damn, where was that crazy bitch when i was in highschool" , but when it's a male teacher fucking a teenage girl we're like " this creep needs to go jail what the fuck " , and i'm guilty of being one of those people of course.


Women have no sex drive and are incapable of sex crimes, yet somehow these articles are more older women taking advantage of their male students? (just being snarky and sarcastic)

Two of my high school teachers were married. He was a foreign language teacher (US born) and in his class, we watched one of the films from her class's trip overseas while he was her teacher... >.>

There was another married pair of teachers in the school too, but I think they married while they were teachers at my school. >.>

I also had frequent substitute teacher that was the mother of one of my classmates. They would address each other formally in the classroom to help maintain the work roles. I adopted a similar attitude when I worked with my mother...

I'm not against it I guess if both parties are consenting and the parents/guardians are ok with it, (though it would be smart to avoid teaching your lover's class. Conflict of interest, after all.

Going back to my snarky comment for a bit, to make something a bit more serious. Cases like those mentioned in the OP kind of reinforce and support my belief that rape is not a crime against women, but a crime that affects youth (the under 25 crowd), and, perhaps, it would be best to handle it as such.


I agree with you, if there's consent i find it fucking ridiculous that it's a crime, especially cause a 18 year old girl can have an 80 year old sugar daddy and no one gives a fuck, is an 18 year old that different from a 16 year old ? like what ? more or less 650 days of life apart ?
But i disagree with you that the cases that OP linked should be handled as rape, especially since both teachers are fairly fuckable, and another sketchy subject is, how does a woman rape a guy besides shoving stuff up his ass, does she forcefully get your dick hard against your will ? i never found myself in such situation, but i can imagine that in a situation of despair the last thing i can get is a boner.


First off, please educate yourself on a subject before talking about it.


Secondly how does the teacher being "fairly fuckable" change the situation? And yes, it's perfectly possible for your body to physically react to stimuli without your consent. Your body can be pretty damn stupid that way. Again, educate yourself before talking. It's not that hard to google resources.

I know it can be done you fucking dummy, i was speaking for myself, i wasn't making any factual statements, i was specifically talking about both these cases, you just linked me a wikipedia page saying that it is possible to get a guy's dick hard without his consent, the pagei itself says it's 5%, so if anything you're proving my point that it's very unlikely IN THAT CASE, also add that up with both the cases they weren't tied up or drugged or held at gunpoint which makes it even less likely that they were held down and forced to penetrate the teachers against their will, and how does the fairly fuckable change the situation ? if the teacher looked like a 300 pound bridge troll, it's unlikely the kid would stoop so low without getting drunk.

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i always found it funny when its called rape but was consentual.
if the teacher is hot, then you consent, and it is not rape.
if i really was tied up and raped, and it was buy a hot chick, i would be considerably less pissed than if it was a guy.


Please don't say things like that. If a student is fuckable to you as an adult, something's wrong with you. Doesn't matter how good looking you think you are, there's a boundary you are responsible to not cross.
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I tried for the last 7 years and it didn't pan out so well.
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Secondly how does the teacher being "fairly fuckable" change the situation? And yes, it's perfectly possible for your body to physically react to stimuli without your consent. Your body can be pretty damn stupid that way. Again, educate yourself before talking. It's not that hard to google resources.

Thank you.

Really. Thank you. :)

I wasn't implying anything about female on male rape.

Rape affects both genders. Since rape as "legally possible" as of the 90's, the reported rates of male victims of rape have been slowly climbing. Most legit studies and sources of abuse seem to indicate that this will probably level off at a 50/50 rate between the sexes.

What is also most quoted is that of rape victims, 40% are between 18 and 25. 40% are also younger than 18.

Here we have females being the perpetrators and males as the victims (I suppose I can toss you a bone and say "questionable victims"), reversing stereotypes, but still fitting the data.

What I'm saying is gender may not be the issue here, but the ages involved might be more of a concern.

I also originally quoted (take out here for brevety's sake), a comment about how the genders usually are, "if the victim is male, it's ok, but if it's a woman ZOMG!!!". which is a stereotype, which the quoted poster seemed to have a problem with and I concurred. It shouldn't matter the victim or aggressor's gender, and my comment was to reflect that it is a problem when it's nonconsensual, and that the issue is, again, not one of sex, but of age.
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I think its pretty sick,but its been happening for a long time. I recently heard from one of my sisters that one of our high school gym teachers was known for that. I also think the media does a poor job when the teacher is female. Instead of calling them out for this disgusting practice, they try and sex it up akin to Hollywood gossip. You will hear everything from "I wish my teacher would have done that to me","Naughty teacher",etc.....When the teacher is a male, society wants to smash their face in and rightfully so.
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What the fuck is wrong with america. It not fucking okay to fucking fuck your teacher for fucking sake. I really mean it fucking dipshit fucking


To be continued? Fucking what? Just fucken finish it!
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My county had a case, the neighboring county had a case. I'm not surprised. It was a female teacher, male student in my county and both males in the neighboring county.
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End itttttttttttttttttttttttttttttt! Tom. End the fucken shit. End Eeeeeeeeeeet!

Okay, I'll stop lol.
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The cases in these two articles are statutory rape and if you meant that the teachers being fairly good looking makes it more likely that it was consensual sex that's only illegal by law then in these two very specific cases I agree somewhat. The law itself is sort of odd in this case to my eyes, though I can understand where it comes from as teacher do have a position of power over their students. Still to outright outlaw what would otherwise be considered okay, you might as well outlaw all workplace relationships between people who work in different parts of their company's hierarchy. Definitively the wrong way to go about protecting the kids imo.

With all that said, we still have a situation here which involves people in a position of power having intercourse with significantly younger people who they have power over. They can after all make their lives hell in many ways if they defy the teachers asking for sex. So with all that said, yes these could be cases where the kids consented, but even then it's hard to tell where consent starts and coercion ends in such cases. Just because there weren't any guns or ropes involves doesn't mean that people weren't forced to do things against their will btw. You don't need to point a weapon at someone to get them to do things they don't want to. There are much more subtle ways.

I was mainly responding to the second part of your statement before, not talking about these specific cases 'cause I misread your post to be talking about male rape in general.
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casandra wrote:

First off, please educate yourself on a subject before talking about it.

Secondly how does the teacher being "fairly fuckable" change the situation? And yes, it's perfectly possible for your body to physically react to stimuli without your consent. Your body can be pretty damn stupid that way. Again, educate yourself before talking.It's not that hard to google resources.


Thank you.

Really. Thank you. :)

I wasn't implying anything about female on male rape.

Rape affects both genders. Since rape as "legally possible" as of the 90's, the reported rates of male victims of rape have been slowly climbing. Most legit studies and sources of abuse seem to indicate that this will probably level off at a 50/50 rate between the sexes.

What is also most quoted is that of rape victims, 40% are between 18 and 25. 40% are also younger than 18.

Here we have females being the perpetrators and males as the victims (I suppose I can toss you a bone and say "questionable victims"), reversing stereotypes, but still fitting the data.

What I'm saying is gender may not be the issue here, but the ages involved might be more of a concern.

I also originally quoted (take out here for brevety's sake), a comment about how the genders usually are, "if the victim is male, it's ok, but if it's a woman ZOMG!!!". which is a stereotype, which the quoted poster seemed to have a problem with and I concurred. It shouldn't matter the victim or aggressor's gender, and my comment was to reflect that it is a problem when it's nonconsensual, and that the issue is, again, not one of sex, but of age.


You're welcome. ^^

I agree with you that age is a huge factor. Though there are other factors too for me. To me rape isn't an issue of gender but of those who hold more power forcing themselves on those with less. Sadly in a lot of societies this explains why women are more likely to be victims as they tend to be seen as less or just legally have less power than men. But children, minorities, people with mental illnesses and others who have relatively less power in our society are at increased risk of being attacked by those who hold the positions of power over them. That's why it's so often someone they trusted and who abused that power.

Writing about it like this I understand the law prohibiting sexual intercourse between students and teachers better. The power dynamic at play makes students pretty vulnerable. I still feel like this law is kind of oddly specific though. I mean, what about interns and their bosses or other such situations? Why cover only this one? Especially when if these people meet outside of school it would not be considered illegal... I certainly appreciate and believe in the idea behind the law, but I feel it's lacking somehow. Just my thoughts on it though, this is my first time hearing there is such a law.
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The cases in these two articles are statutory rape and if you meant that the teachers being fairly good looking makes it more likely that it was consensual sex that's only illegal by law then in these two very specific cases I agree somewhat. The law itself is sort of odd in this case to my eyes, though I can understand where it comes from as teacher do have a position of power over their students. Still to outright outlaw what would otherwise be considered okay, you might as well outlaw all workplace relationships between people who work in different parts of their company's hierarchy. Definitively the wrong way to go about protecting the kids imo.

With all that said, we still have a situation here which involves people in a position of power having intercourse with significantly younger people who they have power over. They can after all make their lives hell in many ways if they defy the teachers asking for sex. So with all that said, yes these could be cases where the kids consented, but even then it's hard to tell where consent starts and coercion ends in such cases. Just because there weren't any guns or ropes involves doesn't mean that people weren't forced to do things against their will btw. You don't need to point a weapon at someone to get them to do things they don't want to. There are much more subtle ways.

I was mainly responding to the second part of your statement before, not talking about these specific cases 'cause I misread your post to be talking about male rape in general.



See, i don't know about that, because the first one( the 37 year old teacher) there's barely any information besides the fact that they were having sex in the car and that the kid is older than 16, just like i was saying earlier, depending on the state 18 is legal right ? so because the kid is more or less 300 days younger than a 18 year, it is automatically rape ? a student holds absolutely no power over a teenage student, weren't you in highschool once in your life ? highschool teachers are one of the most powerless jobs, unless it was the teacher of one of the most prestigious schools in the country, i can see how the students would be shitting their pants not to get caught in a scandal and just agree with the teacher, but it seemed like both cases was just your average highscool, we don't know what the kid looked like, so it's hard to tell, but how often can a woman physically hold a 17-18 year old boy and fuck him by force ? i hate generalizing, but most highschool boys are sort of in their sexuality peak, they're overflown with hormones and testosterone, and the second case is even more ridiculous, the kid's 18, he owned a car, how much power does a highschool teacher have over you when if you're both found out, the student is instantly victimized and won't face any consequences, i get what you're saying that this kind of shit happens in the workplace and what not, or if the boys those teachers were having sex with were somewhere around the age of 10-12, i can see how you can easily manipulate and scare a 12 year old boy into doing what you tell him to do, but jesus, an 18 year old ? isn't it funny that he can enlist in the army, go overseas and kill people with a machine gun, but he's not allowed to have sex with his teacher ?
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casandra wrote:


serifsansserif wrote:


casandra wrote:

First off, please educate yourself on a subject before talking about it.

Secondly how does the teacher being "fairly fuckable" change the situation? And yes, it's perfectly possible for your body to physically react to stimuli without your consent. Your body can be pretty damn stupid that way. Again, educate yourself before talking.It's not that hard to google resources.


Thank you.

Really. Thank you. :)

I wasn't implying anything about female on male rape.

Rape affects both genders. Since rape as "legally possible" as of the 90's, the reported rates of male victims of rape have been slowly climbing. Most legit studies and sources of abuse seem to indicate that this will probably level off at a 50/50 rate between the sexes.

What is also most quoted is that of rape victims, 40% are between 18 and 25. 40% are also younger than 18.

Here we have females being the perpetrators and males as the victims (I suppose I can toss you a bone and say "questionable victims"), reversing stereotypes, but still fitting the data.

What I'm saying is gender may not be the issue here, but the ages involved might be more of a concern.

I also originally quoted (take out here for brevety's sake), a comment about how the genders usually are, "if the victim is male, it's ok, but if it's a woman ZOMG!!!". which is a stereotype, which the quoted poster seemed to have a problem with and I concurred. It shouldn't matter the victim or aggressor's gender, and my comment was to reflect that it is a problem when it's nonconsensual, and that the issue is, again, not one of sex, but of age.


You're welcome. ^^

I agree with you that age is a huge factor. Though there are other factors too for me. To me rape isn't an issue of gender but of those who hold more power forcing themselves on those with less. Sadly in a lot of societies this explains why women are more likely to be victims as they tend to be seen as less or just legally have less power than men. But children, minorities, people with mental illnesses and others who have relatively less power in our society are at increased risk of being attacked by those who hold the positions of power over them. That's why it's so often someone they trusted and who abused that power.

Writing about it like this I understand the law prohibiting sexual intercourse between students and teachers better. The power dynamic at play makes students pretty vulnerable. I still feel like this law is kind of oddly specific though. I mean, what about interns and their bosses or other such situations? Why cover only this one? Especially when if these people meet outside of school it would not be considered illegal... I certainly appreciate and believe in the idea behind the law, but I feel it's lacking somehow. Just my thoughts on it though, this is my first time hearing there is such a law.


I think the law is specific because it's a situation that deals with children (and "not-yet-adults"). But you're right. Power is a huge part of the situation, and it applies to many situations outside of just teacher/student. I think there's also laws against patient/doctor relations as well, (psychologists in particular).

Historically, I also agree, the power aspect has probably played into the situation as things, historically, were more lopsided to men being in power, although I don't think that has much to play into today's world, and that reassessment is necessary.

I don't know what the answer specifically may be, but the weird thing is that we're incredibly protective of children, and yet.... somehow the protection isn't working. I don't agree with placing anyone underage in a protective bubble and then on their 18th birthday "BAM" now they get treated like adults. It's like we're doing them a disservice by not educating them about the dangers they may face.. (and are increasingly facing at an earlier age). I guess even still I'm focusing on the young, but it feels like they are increasingly the more desired targets....
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