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Yet another hot teacher allegedly “raped” yet another horny 15-year-old boy–uh huh

September 18, 2014

He’s traumatized for life!

If the allegations are true, obviously both parties were doing something wrong, and obviously she ought to lose her teacher’s license for conduct unbecoming a teacher. Teachers shouldn’t be fooling around with students.
There also used to be a crime called “corrupting the morals of a minor”–but we’ve apparently gotten rid of that because it sounded too, uh, moral. But the law used to recognize that the purpose of statutory rape laws was to protect young women from sexual predators, who were–and still are–almost invariably male. That’s because society recognized that–lo!–men and women are different. Men have this thing called testosterone that grows hair on their chests and makes them aggressive and competitive. In many ways this is a wonderful thing–they’re the builders, creators, and protectors of society–but they also commit the vast majority of violent crimes, including rape.
Young women can certainly be no angels, believe me (there’s a laundry list of specifically female weaknesses), but it’s men who typically make the first sexual moves. And society used to have an interest in protecting young women, because it recognized that it’s women, not men, who are often damaged in many ways by early out-of-wedlock sex with older men. At the very least it’s they, not men, who afterwards find it difficult to form permanent loving relationships.
But now we’re “gender-neutral” and we pretend that the sexes are exactly alike and interchangeable. “Statutory rape” involving a supposed female rapist was unknown until maybe 40 years ago, but now it’s here to stay.
In any sane and ordered society: 1) No one would hire a nubile female to spend time with their adolescent sons with runaway hormones: 2) The ability of adolescent boys to spend large amounts of time alone with females would have been severely constricted; 3) When a youth got caught–and apparently he did in this case, as there are allegations that he was bragging about his exploits on Twitter–he would–or should–have been man enough to either take the blame on himself or simply lie in order to protect his woman from the shame and ruination that would inevitably follow. This kid seems to have played the weentsie little boy and blamed her for the six-month “ordeal” he had supposedly experienced; 4) The parents, especially the father, would behave like mature adults. Instead of reading the riot act to his son–and reminding him that anyone old enough to be a father CAN be a father and end up paying 18 years of child support–this father, the biggest weenie of all and perhaps motivated by the prospect of a big judgment against the school system (the parents have lawyered up), whined to the police and press and exposed his own son to ridicule (see the priceless comments at the end of nearly every online press account of this story.
We live in an era of feckless parents, infantilized young people, and worse of all, a society that can’t see the obvious. What’s going to damage this kid isn’t his initiation into sex by an older woman–a fairly common occurrence in times past–but his forced participation in a charade of “rape.”
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One Comment
  1. asdf permalink

    statutory “rape” does nothing but make the actual concept of rape seem less severe.

    statutory rape laws should be removed

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