This time it's a woman, and her students were between 14 and 15
. And despite some video evidence, her lawyer wants to blame the kids, stating that "People are victimized by juveniles all the time."
Problem with that is: the tape shows her performing oral sex on one of the boys. Now, I don't want to get into an argument of the varying degrees on how someone could be victimized, but out of every possible sex act, doesn't oral sex make the abuser the most vulnerable, and by that I mean, she could have bitten "Captain Winky" off? Unless the lawyers can prove that these boys forced her to do this, I find it hard to believe that this particular case was about her trying to use her power over two young students.
But this is more than whether she was the instigator or not: there seems to be a disturbing trend of young teachers being accused of banging their students instead of educating them. Is it an age thing? Should there be a requirement that teachers have to be at least 40 before they can be trusted to teach middle school children? And on the student side, should there be some kind of sex education that involves something along the lines of, "Don't have sex with the people who work at your damn school?"
Labels: children, education, sex, teachers