@MCRMarriottVA have stayed with you all many times. Hope all staff and guests are safe.
Before I say anymore, let me state for the record that I have the utmost respect for teachers and I know that 99.99% of them are good people who are just as disgusted with this as I am.
If you are a teacher, and you think for even a milisecond that one of your students is sexually appealing to you, step back, take a deep breath and remind yourself who you are and that you are entrusted with these children.
If you are a teacher, and you think for even a milisecond that you should act upon these feelings for your student, seek therapy immediately.
You are violating one of the most sacred trusts there is, that of a teacher and student. Parents entrust you to educate their children, to make them better people and prepare them for the world. They do not expect you to mentally scar them for life. They do not expect you to abuse your position of power over them. They do not expect you to take advantage of them.
For the life of me I can figure out how anyone can look at a 15 year old boy, or in the 11 year old in the newest case, and think “Wow…I really want to sleep with him!” I’ve been a teenage boy! I know how disgusting we are! Our hygiene sucks! We’re gangly and awkward, and believe me, have no clue what is going on!
And what really surprises me is why we hear so many cases about female teachers doing this, are the men really that well behaved?
So come on folks, I know there are people out there reading this, what do you think. Why are there seemingly so many cases of this? Why does it seem to be so many women teachers? What is their possible logic behind it?
(Title of this post comes from “The Wall” by Pink Floyd)