blank'/> Liberally Lean From The Land Of Dairy Queen: Lines Get Blurry

6.02.2006

Lines Get Blurry

A smoking hot 25 year old Lewisville teacher is accused of having sex with one of her students who is 18 years old. Hmmmmm. It's not a crime because of his age (the legal age of consent is 17 in Texas), but it is a crime because of this statute prohibiting sexual contact between a student and teacher. This teacher, by the way, sounds like she has a lot going for her. Here is her bio. (And this is her myspace page which is set to "private".)

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

It was a bad idea, but should not be a crime. This is a joke. The only thing she is guilty of is a dumb decision. She is very young herself. How many of us have made bad chooses in our early life. Drop the charges and send her home.

Anonymous said...

According to 10:17, a male teacher can use their position of influence to seduce a young girl in high school. It's a crime. Lines arent' blurry.

Anonymous said...

These teachers took all of the classes, tests, etc. and signed a contract with a school district and entered into that contract as an educated adult. These are 2 adults - one 25 and the other 18 who met at a bar or party and were attracted to each other and had sex.

If any teacher has that strong of an attraction with a student, he/she should resign their position or request a change within the district and abstain from the relationship. Although, in this case it may not have been illegal since he was 18, there is no question it was unethical. Whether one thinks it is immoral or not - that is not the issue here - ethics violation only.

FYI - Paradise ISD has, in several instances, hired teachers who had a sexual relationship with a student. Two of them married the student. No legal or administrative action was ever taken.

Anonymous said...

I think the only thing 10:17 needs on that line of argument is a spell checker.

Anonymous said...

Wach out teh spel cheker iz bak.

bigcatdaddy said...

If I was 18 and in high school, and I had a teacher that hot, I would have done the same thing....but I wouldn't have told anyone. Hee hee

Anonymous said...

11:19 is exactly right. Teachers go into teaching knowing all the rules...if they choose to break them, then they should suffer the consequences, just like the rest of us. Was it a crime as far as the legal system? No, but she knew the rules of the school district...

atvtrlrdr said...

Whats wrong 11:22? Never made any bad chooses?

Seriously, the reason there are 2 sides to this debate is the incredible double standard.

If it were my 18 year old son I would probably give him High-5, but if it were a 25 year old male teacher and my 18 year old daughter I would say he seduced my innocent little girl.

Right or wrong, that 18 y/o boy was happy to be getting some off that babe....and he may well have seduced her.

Anonymous said...

I agree 2:28, he may very well have, and they may end up married, who knows? But the fact remains that she broke the rules of the school district regardless of who seduced who.

Anonymous said...

The spell checker is my fantasy girl. Somebody needs to whip Wise County into literary shape. I'm tired of all the ill-placed apo'strophe's and poor speeling.

Anonymous said...

Why is she on myspace.com as a 14 year old? What a joke -- she needs to be in jail.

LoveLit said...

I do not understand this woman's thought process here. I agree with most of you in that she broke school policy, not the law. She should never work in the school system, at any capacity, ever again. Both students and parents place their trust in administrators and teachers to provide them with a meaningful education based on curriculum. This woman has only further tarnished the name of serious, competent and caring educators everywhere. She deserves what she gets.

Mary Mack said...

4:49- The reason she is on Myspace as a 14 year old girl is so only people on her friends list can view her profile. I actually heard that tip on Fox 4 News.

Anonymous said...

Did you guys who said this was not a crime read the link stating that it IS a second degree offense? If the guy was a student in the school where she taught it is a crime. I'd say she's in legal trouble.