Report: Female High School Teachers Had Threesome With Student

Fox 43 is reporting that two high school English teachers in Kenner, Louisiana allegedly had a threesome with one of their students.

From WGNO:

Police say that 32-year-old Shelley Dufresne and 24-year-old Rachel Respess met with a student from their school after a football game, and the three went back to Respress’ home to engage in sex acts.

Authorities say that the student is a Junior and is now 17-years-old, but was 16 when the alleged relationships began.  Former students told police that the three have met for sex multiple times, and have videotaped the encounters.

 

  • Tony Streetman

    Allow me to say the following: This was not rape. Sure, it was grossly inappropriate, but it was not rape.

    It is called statutory rape simply because the kid is too young to provide legal consent to have sexual relations with an adult, but he damned sure wanted to do it.

    • Michael Washington

      You sound like a NAMBLA member. The entire point is that someone that young is not able to give consent. No matter how much they wanted it.

      • How could you know that? Have you met the guy?

        • Darren Serati

          He looks like a cop and rationalizes it like a cop would.

      • Joe Clam

        He was probably just as emotionally mature as the two women. Maybe more so.

        • Michael Washington

          That had nothing to do with anything. Saying that a child wanted the sex, doesn’t mean it’s OK to rape them.

          • Joe Clam

            Stop thinking like a cop, unless of course you are one in which case you probably can’t help it. The two women were doubtless a couple of cases of arrested development themselves — 16 year olds in 20 and 30 something year old bodies. This was NOT sexual predation , it was consensual sex between what really amounted to 3 kids. If the threesome had been with two 16 year old girls would you want THEM thrown in jail? Or all 3 of them perhaps, since the boy would then also be culpable for the same legal infraction ? Use common sense, not by the book legalism.

          • Tony Streetman

            Don’t try to be reasonable with people who are completely and utterly incapable of reason. 😀

          • JasonPen

            Would you say the same thing if it was a 24 year old male and a 30 year old male having sex with a 16 year old female student?

            Didn’t think so.

            Sexist.

          • Joe Clam

            I answered this in a separate post. Read it, then decide what you want to call me.

          • Jim Gunslinger

            Or if all three were males? I’m sure people would be calling for public executions then.

          • E.F. Martinez

            Joe Clam – Use your brain to think and not your dick…

            Wanting it is not an excuse, being immature is not an excuse either…

            You don’t give a minor alcohol or cigarettes simply because they want it, do you?

            You wouldn’t f*ck a 15 old girl simply because she wanted it… would you?

          • Joe Clam

            You’re the kind of male predator animal I talked about in a separate post, a fact clearly evident from your vocabulary. You’re the kind of guy who NEEDS laws to MAKE yourself behave.
            I wouldn’t be interested in 15 year old girl as a lover, therefore I wouldn’t have sex with one, regardless of what she wanted. I don’t need A LAW to tell me that. And I don’t FUCK any woman, irrespective of age. I do make love though, at length and enjoyably.

          • E.F. Martinez

            I don’t remember dialing 9-11… so where did that cop-out come from?

          • Joe Clam

            You’re nothing but full of shit and straw man arguments…Read my comment at the end of this thread if you’re interested in knowing what you’re talking about .

          • FrankieFourFingers

            Typical sexist, misandrist drone that believes all men want sex and that teenage boys can be taken advantage of by older teachers because “hey , they wanted it anyway.” You’re a pig.

          • Joe Clam

            Reading comprehension failure, yet again.

          • FrankieFourFingers

            Rape apologist

          • Jim Gunslinger

            A minor cannot form consent you pervert. These teachers should be treated the same as if they were men. So would it be different to you if all three were males? Oh then it would be rape huh?

          • Joe Clam

            So if they took the time to drive to Mississippi and have their threesome over there, then the kid COULD “form consent” since the legal age there is 16??
            Here’s the deal asshole…. you’re an imbecile. Just like every other asshole on this thread screaming your boilerplare legalisms and other assorted law ‘n order stupidity. Give it up. You’re not up to the material.

          • Justin Talley

            No man but the point is if this was 24 and 30+yr old men with a 16 yr old girl, ppl would be crying for a hanging. There would most certainly be less guys on here boasting that the “kid loved it.”

            Am I wrong?

          • Joe Clam

            No you’re not wrong…. I’ve addressed that a while back elsewhere on here..

          • hold on, now you’re conflating statutory rape with rape. what evidence do you have that the lad was raped?

          • Michael Washington

            What part of not able to give consent is so hard for you to understand?

            What age does this sink in? Is a 13 year old able to give consent to sex?

          • Joe Clam

            You have to be a cop. Or a wannabe cop. The room temperature IQ is showing. You’re confusing not ABLE to give consent with not LEGAL to give consent . In a society run by cops, this of course amounts to the same thing. Nuance is not your strong suit. Probably you should give up on this.

          • FrankieFourFingers

            You’re only mad at cops because they made you register as a sexual predator after you got caught molesting kids.

          • Joe Clam

            Why do discussions like this bring out the stupidest asshole trolls with their inane adhominem drivel? Fuck yourself Frank.

          • FrankieFourFingers

            Why do discussions line this bring out people who support and excuse rape

          • Joe Clam

            That you could conclude from anything I’ve said that I support and excuse rape is hands down proof that you are a drooling imbecile. Go ahead asshole, FIND something I said demonstrating I support and excuse rape. Quote it right here for all to see then explain in clear language how my words confirm your assessment. Think you can do that, you four fingered fuckstump? No, you can’t , because there aren’t any, and I don’t support rape. People like you degrade the level of what could be informative comment threads with your puerile stupidity. I’m not in any mood for it.

          • Rej

            In Spain for example, yes, the age of consent is 13. Most of Europe 14,15. All these limits are just arbitrary numbers. Stop sheltering your kids and stop reading law word by word and think for yourself. Whats written in law many times doesnt fit the reality we live in (after survival, sex is the most basic human instinct and trying to supress it with laws is nonsense, as history has shown). If the student was 10 or 11, I might be a bit hesitant. But 16? In my country, you can be recognized as an adult with all the rights it entails when you are 16.

          • E.F. Martinez

            Wait wait wait… so you’re saying an Arbitrary legal guideline is no good to go by, but your own (just as) arbitrary guideline is… based on what? How hard you get?

            And don’t start quoting human instinct, because for one, we have the ability to think and have self control, and quoting animal instinct simply justifies rape (the assault, and forceful kind) as a need to survive as a species…

          • FrankieFourFingers

            Rape apologist. Way to blame the victim.

          • it’s impossible for me to pass a judgement on the mind of a hypothetical 13 year old.

          • Nathanael Ginn

            No, but by MANY cultures standards, 16 is considered adulthood for men. It has been for thousands of years. Actually, most men were married and had kids by that age up until a few hundred years ago. Not saying that should still be the case, but they are more than able to give their consent at 16. Also, age of consent in many states is 16. My state is one of those states. Researching odd laws is one of my occasional hobbies. Only thing that these teachers really did wrong was have sexual relations with a student while he was still in school.

          • E.F. Martinez

            Most girls were married off at 12… some even as young as nine years old… so I guess that’s okay too right?

          • Nathanael Ginn

            Please read the whole comment before replying. If you read the comment, you would realize I said it shouldn’t be that way. But obviously you either don’t actually pay attention to what people say and just want to start a fight or can’t read properly.

          • E.F. Martinez

            I apologize.

          • Darren Serati

            16 is the age of legal consent in many states

          • E.F. Martinez

            Not in Louisiana.

          • Joe Clam

            You know what Martinez, here’s something I WILL fuck…. FUCK Louisiana.

          • Tony Streetman

            They didn’t rape him, idiot. They had sexual intercourse with him, sure… but he was also right there in the mix ON PURPOSE and, I would bet, VERY happy to be there. I promise you there were high-fives all around when he told his friends. This is because teenage boys LOVE to have sex with women. The fact of the matter is that a teenage boy will have sex at the drop of a hat… it just so happened that two hats dropped at once. He was, undoubtedly, happy about this. He didn’t go home and cry in the shower.

          • FrankieFourFingers

            He can’t give full consent in that state. The law is the law, period. The women committed a crime and no amount of ” men like sex anyway” will not change the fact that he is a confused kid that was taken advantage of by sexual predators. You’re a pig.

          • Tony Streetman

            You don’t have enough sense to figure out the fact that there is a difference between RAPE and consent.

            Just try not to type again. Ever.

          • FrankieFourFingers

            Rape apologist

          • Tony Streetman

            The moronic and baseless comments continue.

            You are smart.

          • FrankieFourFingers

            Way to blame the victim. Rape apologist.

          • Tony Streetman

            You are fucking stupid.

          • FrankieFourFingers

            You support raping kids

          • Tony Streetman

            Once again, you have demonstrated the fact that you are a stupid fucking asshole.

          • FrankieFourFingers

            You still haven’t denied you support raping kids. Thanks for confirming.

          • Tony Streetman

            You have, once again, proved that you are the dumbest troll on the internet. Thanks for confirming.

      • Tony Streetman

        You sound like a fucking moron. You were a kid once and you KNOW that you wanted to have sex with women… this is HORMONES and males are reaching sexual maturity at that age.

        • FrankieFourFingers

          Misandrist rape apologist at work.

          • Tony Streetman

            Okay, I hate men? You are a piece of work, genius.

            Stop typing.

          • FrankieFourFingers

            You support women raping men, yes you obviously hate men. Or in this case little boys. You’re obviously a pedophile too.

          • Tony Streetman

            I don’t get mad at trolls, so your attempt fails on all levels.

            Congratulations. You are the worst troll on the internet. Nice work.

          • FrankieFourFingers

            And you’re still a pedophile and a piece of work.

        • Gregg Braddoch

          “this is HORMONES and males are reaching sexual maturity at that age.”

          Females reach what you are calling “sexual maturity” at around age 14, by scientific standards…. what is your point?

          • Tony Streetman

            The point is that humans are sexual animals by nature and young adults don’t magically start wanting to have sexual intercourse the moment they cross the imaginary line of legal consent.

      • naner

        I’m sure if the two above were 40 year old men, having an illicit affair with one 16 year old girl, all these comments would be quite different. Louisiana Laws were broken. These women should be thrown under the jail…..

        • Tony Streetman

          The comments wouldn’t be different if the chose to do it. It would still be grossly inappropriate and I still would believe that better thought should have been put into it, but it would still not be rape if consent (whether legally allowed or not) was given.

          • E.F. Martinez

            But you are okay with forceful rape anyway, as in an animalistic sense it’s seen as a last resort to continue the human species… in other words, a heinous crime is now a noble endeavor.

            And yes, the comments would be different… but statistically, they ALWAYS have been…

          • Tony Streetman

            Who the fuck said anyone was okay with forceful rape??? Where the fuck did that dumb shit come from?

          • E.F. Martinez

            If you can justify banging a youngster on the grounds of basic instinct, by those same grounds is rape justified.

            Don’t act like it’s so dumb, they’re not very far off… without civil laws (that legalism thing again), you open the door for a bunch of other unwelcome ideas… you can claim slippery slope, but that’s just ignoring the possibility, and assuming people have a strict set of ethics (the changing age of consent laws well disprove that).

          • Tony Streetman

            Holy shit. You make no goddamned sense at all.

            There is a VERY real difference between consent and forceful rape. Your straw man/red herring is amazingly stupid.

          • E.F. Martinez

            “There is a VERY real difference between consent and forceful rape”

            Well, shit… now you’re talking about something else…

            I’m not talking consensual vs. non-consensual. I’m talking about someone who says no, vs. someone who doesn’t fully know what consequences mean… -__- whatever dude, and then you claim red herring. lol.

          • Tony Streetman

            I am not talking about anything that I haven’t been talking about the whole time. Consent is consent.

            You mentioned forceable rape and tried to conflate consensual sexual contact with a 16-year-old with forceable rape. There is no common ground between the two acts.

          • Joe Clam

            This Martinez asshole is just another straw man slinging troll. It doesn’t matter what you say to him, he just makes up his own version from scratch anyway, then disagrees with himself while calling it you.

          • Gregg Braddoch

            “The comments wouldn’t be different if the girl chose to do it.”

            You are not in the position to know whether or not the boy really wanted to do it, and neither would you be if the student was female.

            Yet it would automatically be assumed that a female student “didn’t want to do it” the same way you assume a male student “damned sure wanted to do it”

          • Tony Streetman

            They did it multiple times. He would have not put himself in the position if he didn’t want to do it. It isn’t terribly hard to figure out.

            …and I just said that I wouldn’t make different comments if it was a girl, so why are you implying that I would automatically assume that a female “didn’t want to do it” in your comment?

          • Gregg Braddoch

            Your comment history proceeds you.

          • Tony Streetman

            Show me where I have said that there is a difference between “statutory rape” of males or females.

        • JasonPen

          Exactly. If the roles were reversed the male teachers would burned at the stake if were up to some of these people

    • Tim Powell

      Louisiana has a law (LSA-R.S. 14:81.4) in which it’s considered rape if a teacher has sex with a student below 21 years old in louisiana. the general idea, I believe, is that teachers have disproportionate ability to coerce a student into sex because of their position of authority and its custodial nature. similarly, sex between someone working for a city, state, or federal agency and someone in custody of that agency, is considered to be rape – regardless of age or ability to consent. there’s a strong policy consideration in preventing this kind of thing because of the place of authority that a teacher/correctional officer etc would have (as well as their being a representative of the state) could too easily influence or coerce someone into sex.

      • Tony Streetman

        I have already said that it was grossly inappropriate, and it was. It wasn’t rape though… it was a technical matter that has nothing to do with actual rape.

      • that’s definitely a concept to consider. however, general ideas don’t automatically apply to specific situations. who knows if there was coercion in this case or not?

        • Tim Powell

          sometimes they do apply if it’s the law. legislatures can declare any sexual contact between a student and teacher to be statutory rape, regardless of factual consent or even any ability to consent. they have a legitimate interest in teachers not exploiting students because of the authority inherent in the relationship. schools are charged with acting “in loco parentis” – in the place of the parent – when students are in their care.

          • Tony Streetman

            Agreed, Tim. The teacher-child interaction is absolutely inappropriate.

          • i’m sure you’re correct with the point of law. what i was trying to say was, each individual situation should be judged as an individual situation, rather than having rules that sweep over many cases without considering the specifics.

      • Yeayea

        Hasn’t it ever occurred that the student was the one who coerced the teachers?

    • E.F. Martinez

      Dude was 16 at the time (AOC is 17), it’s statutory rape.

      Just like those drunk chicks who “damned sure wanted to do it.”

      • Tony Streetman

        That is absolutely not the same thing. Someone taking advantage of a drunk chick is unethical, but not a rapist if she, in her drunken stupor, consents to sex.

        Statutory rape is an arbitrary law that is pointless.

        If a 16-year-old girl is having sexual relations with a 17-year-old boy on his birthday at 11:59 PM and the act continues past midnight, the birthday boy is now a rapist according to those who believe in statutory rape.

        That is the stupidity of the statutory rape law.

        • E.F. Martinez

          “If a 16-year-old girl is having sexual relations with a 17-year-old boy
          on his birthday at 11:59 PM and the act continues past midnight, the
          birthday boy is now a rapist according to those who believe in statutory
          rape.”

          Except that it is, regardless of what age he is… she is not 17, so he’s liable for statutory rape whether he’s 17 or 18…

          Better question, what if she was 16, and turned 17 during?

          • Tony Streetman

            Better yet, not all states have the same legal age, so your point is not well taken and is off.

            Here’s the point that you are missing.

            Girl is X age and guy is X+1 age, but 5 minutes from X+2 and the threshold of the statutory rape law. If they have sexual intercourse and it crosses until he is X+2, he is, by law, a rapist.

            This is wrong.

          • E.F. Martinez

            So if Girl is X which is the Age of consent… why would it matter that he’s X+2?

            Because statutory rape laws have a threshold for under 18 (which is stupid… age of consent should be flat… reach this age = fair game). That U-18 threshold some states have is dumb… LA does not have that though… it’s 17 and fair game… I get what you’re saying though…

          • Tony Streetman

            That’s kinda the point… kids are always screwing. I did it when I was a young kid and so does pretty much everyone. If you are older than your girlfriend or boyfriend and then you turn that magical number, you are still having sex with the same person, but you are now a “rapist.” This is not rape.

            Rape is by force and it is unacceptable under any and all circumstances. It is also unacceptable to call someone a rapist for having consensual sexual contact with someone.

            I understand that it is a tough problem, as morality and social norms come into play and we will never get everyone to believe the same things are right and wrong. Then you would have to come up with a cut-off age for consent again… is 12 too young? While I think so, it doesn’t mean that it is. Is an age difference of 5 years too great for consent? I don’t know.

            It is a slippery question.

    • Gregg Braddoch

      “Allow me to say the following: This was not rape. Sure, it was grossly inappropriate, but it was not rape.”

      Yes, however if the genders were reversed, it would automatically be considered rape.

      “It is called statutory rape simply because the kid is too young to provide legal consent to have sexual relations with an adult, but he damned sure wanted to do it.”

      Yet neither of the women have been charged with statutory rape…If the genders were reversed the teachers would be charged – even if the student “damned sure wanted to do it”

      • Tony Streetman

        I would certainly not call it rape if consent was given. I would call it grossly inappropriate, but it is not rape if consent is given, be it “legal” or not.

        Statutory “rape” is a bullshit charge.

        • Gregg Braddoch

          “Statutory ‘rape’ is a bullshit charge.”

          So are you saying we should remove this from the law?

          • Tony Streetman

            Absolutely. This is a non-crime and should not be punishable like a rape.

  • King43

    As a society we will need to address this. 15/16 year olds are making the decision regardless if it is against the law or not.

  • Darren Serati

    Lucky teen

  • Super Rob

    The kid was too young for consent. The day he turns 18 I’m sure he would sign any form they want if it can happen again. This kid isn’t traumatized for life from this.

    • Tony Streetman

      Fact.

  • Jason Hartkorn

    I wouldn’t be surprised if he turned them in because they weren’t interested any longer

  • Layla Godey

    A couple of things-He was not of legal age to give consent, and the two women were teachers (in a position of authority, and surely a violation of school policy).

    • Tony Streetman

      It was grossly inappropriate, no doubt, but it wasn’t rape.

      • Layla Godey

        If he wasn’t of legal age to give consent, it’s statutory rape.

        • Tony Streetman

          Statutory rape is not rape proper… it is a silly concept, in fact.

          • Layla Godey

            Call it what you will…

          • Tony Streetman

            Was he beaten and emotionally tortured, or did he enjoy himself. If he enjoyed it, he would be the first rape victim to have ever had fun.

          • Layla Godey

            What’s that got to do with it? He was not of legal age to consent to have sex with two adult teachers.

          • Tony Streetman

            Let’s say he was having sex with a 17-year-old girl on her birthday at 11:59 at night… if the act continued until 12:01, the woman would now be a rapist.

            USE YOUR HEAD!!!

          • Layla Godey

            Use Your head…he wasn’t a 17 yr old girl having sex at 11:59 at night on her birthday. He was a 17 year old underage boy with two adult teachers.

          • Tony Streetman

            I shouldn’t have expected you to have the capacity to understand this…

            Let me break the hypocrisy down for you, as you seem to need help:

            If he was having sexual intercourse with a 17-year-old and the event continued past her birthday, making her 18, YOU would consider her a RAPIST because he was not old enough to consent to have sex with her.

            THINK. FOR ONCE. THINK!

          • Layla Godey

            Oh spare me from the “I’m smarter than you are” crap.
            He was underage with two adult teachers.

          • Tony Streetman

            I am not saying that I am smarter than you, that has just been demonstrated by your lack of intellectual acumen.

            THINK. LEARN TO THINK!

          • Layla Godey

            I already do think. And I think you are a smart-a$$.

          • Tony Streetman

            I might be a smart ass, but you are not capable of very deep thought. I expect that you get confused trying to figure out which cereal to have for breakfast.

          • Layla Godey

            You don’t know what level of thought I’m capable of, and you’re not likely to find out-you spend too much of your time telling others what they are or are not thinking, instead.

          • Tony Streetman

            I would assume you went with total… lots of flakes and nuts… perfect.

          • Layla Godey

            ASSume all you want, it’s your time to waste.

          • Tony Streetman

            Look, really… you KNOW that you are wrong and you KNOW that you would consider the woman in the scenario I described above a rapist. She was, as described, 18 and the guy was 16 while the act was taking place. This makes her, by your direct comments, a rapist, as the guy is not old enough to consent to have sex with her.

            This is the problem.

            I would be happy to have an intelligent discussion about this, but you seem to be incapable of any sort of nuance and refuse to acknowledge the fact presented in the scenario I described.

            If you can answer my question about the scenario, my estimation of your intelligence will change. Until such time as that, I will believe that you are a small-minded person who suffers from a myopic view of situations that require critical thought.

          • Layla Godey

            No, if I thought I was wrong, it’s logical I wouldn’t have said it in the first place.

            I’m not interested in your kind of “intelligent discussion”.

            I don’t care what your “estimation of my intelligence” is. You don’t appear to be the type of person whose good esteem I’m going to waste my time on anyway.

            Adios.

          • Tony Streetman

            So you acknowledge that you consider the woman in the scenario I described a rapist.

            You have demonstrated your lack of critical thought repeatedly and there is no way for you to come back from it.

            You are, in short, not smart.

          • JasonPen

            That is completely hypothetical and also completely unrelated to the topic of discussion.
            The fact that is clear as day here is that two teachers had sex with a minor. If the teachers were male and the student a female, they would be in jail.
            You would not be here defending if the role was reversed. So that either means you aren’t very good at thinking yourself, or that you are a sexist that believes that a male juvenile has more judgement than a female the same age.
            Probably more like both.

          • Tony Streetman

            You haven’t read anything I have said, apparently.

            From earlier:

            The comments wouldn’t be different if the girl chose to do it. It would still be grossly inappropriate and I still would believe that better thought should have been put into it, but it would still not be rape if consent (whether legally allowed or not) was given.

            Read before you shoot your mouth (or fingers) off.

      • E.F. Martinez

        Okay, if it’s not right to cite ability to consent, how can you turn and say it is grossly inappropriate?

        • Tony Streetman

          The teachers are wrong, as they are in a position of authority in the guy’s life. Just as it is grossly inappropriate for a worker to have sexual relations with their boss, this is a situation where it is completely inappropriate.

          • E.F. Martinez

            “The teachers are wrong, as they are in a position of authority in the
            guy’s life. Just as it is grossly inappropriate for a worker to have
            sexual relations with their boss, this is a situation where it is
            completely inappropriate.”

            Fair enough… when the next article comes out with the roles reversed… I EXPECT you to be there making your case.

          • Tony Streetman

            I make the same exact case every single time. While I believe that forceable rape should be punished to the extreme, I do not believe that consensual sex should be a punishable offense. It does open the door for some people doing some things that I personally do not agree with, as this also allows a 16-year-old girl to choose to have sexual relations with a 60-year-old man. This has basically happened with that girl whose name I don’t recall who married that 50-year-old guy who was on the X-files, and was in The Green Mile.

    • Jason Hartkorn

      He may not have been of age but I promise the “authority” had nothing to do with it. The kid wanted to “bang” 2 (decent looking) teachers and succeeded. I’d like to know why they were turned in.. I’d bet they grew a conscious and he wanted more

      • Layla Godey

        It doesn’t matter whether He wanted to or not, They weren’t supposed to be engaged in sex with a student. They Are a position of authority as a teacher, and I doubt their school policy would allow it…

    • Tim Powell

      it’s also against the law. LSA-R.S. 14:81.4 makes it illegal for a teacher of any age to have sex with any student under the age of 20.

  • scott

    If it was two 20 and 30 something male teachers and a female 16/17 yr old would feel the same?

  • justin

    shit I wish I could have had a threesome with some of my teacher as a kids. hell the kid should get a metal. he got 2 teacher to have sex with him not 1 teacher but 2 bitches shit he a pump in my book yall motherfucker stop hating on the little nigger

  • naner

    So if the two women were two men screwing your 16 year old daughter, they would be thrown in jail, no questions asked. The double standard is astounding. They broke Louisiana law. I hope they go to prision.

    • Layla Godey

      Equal protection under the law. Boys are just as deserving of legal protection as girls are.

  • Tony Streetman

    Statutory rape is not rape, it is simply a designation that one of the participants in the act was not legally able to consent to the act. Statutory rape is a consenting situation where nobody forced the other to do the act. I have seen some completely misguided people claim that people should rot in prison for statutory rape and I think that they are ridiculous.

    If a 16-year-old girl is having sexual relations with a 17-year-old boy on his birthday at 11:59 PM and the act continues past midnight, the birthday boy is now a rapist according to those who believe in statutory rape.

    Ask a woman who has been beaten and forced to engage in sex if someone who agrees to have sex with someone else but is not legally allowed to consent was raped. Anyone who willingly engages in a sexual relationship is NOT a rape victim.

  • drfilms

    $100 the two women were liberals. They might have even voted for Obama.

  • Scott David Smith

    I can’t believe you guys. What a double standard. If these were two male teachers and a female student. Boom… rape all over the place and the guys would not be seeing the sunlight for twenty years and would have a pedophile sign on their back the rest of their lives. Because its a boy.. You want to slap him on the back and give him a beer and ask him for details. IF male teachers have to go to jail for 20 and be classified as peddys than so do women. .

    • Tony Streetman

      As I said earlier:

      The comments wouldn’t be different if the girl chose to do it. It would still be grossly inappropriate and I still would believe that better thought should have been put into it, but it would still not be rape if consent (whether legally allowed or not) was given.

  • Rustyz

    I bet he enjoyed HS more than I did.

  • Joe Clam

    The reason there is a gender double standard underlying this is because there is a legitimate gender DIFFERENCE at work in any heterosexual activity where there are age differences being bridged, either by emotional stuntedness of the older party or emotional precocity of the younger. With men, such emotional stuntedness generally takes the form of AGGRESSION and/or callous manipulation of a young girl’s nascent romantic feelings. If outright aggression, often it is violent aggression. In women, generally, as I am imagining it to be with these two, the lack of emotional maturity takes the form of being giggling teenagers themselves. All of you law n order wing nuts can stop pretending you don’t also know this. There is a WORLD of difference between male and female sexuality even when it’s healthy and mature; when it is dysfunctional and involves arrested development there’s a UNIVERSE of difference.

    • E.F. Martinez

      … does it mean anything that it was 2 on 1?
      (Aside from more props from his derpheaded high school peers…).

      Look, if you don’t like the statutory rape law and how it works, that’s one thing… which I get, I do… the U-18 threshold some states have kind of make a U18 age of consent a moot point.

      But to say that the same type of activity should be looked at differently simply because the parties are switched on the grounds that they they’re physically different is a bit nonsensical. Granted statutory rape is non-violent(ish) compared to it’s hardy sexual assaulty cousin, but the fact is, both men and women can do it… follow a precedent and be consistent. That’s really what I (and a few others) are up in arms about…

      Different example, most stabbings are done by guys, but should someone like say… Jodi Arias should be let go (if it turns out that she’s guilty – 10 bucks she get out on self defense… despite stabbing the guy 29 times and shooting him once) because she’s weaker than less capable of committing the crime she already committed? Should she get a lighter sentence if it turns out it was 1st degree murder?

      There… and I apologize for earlier.

      • Joe Clam

        I said nothing about the grounds of male and female sexuality distinctions being PHYSICAL.. You’re not paying attention .

        • E.F. Martinez

          “With men, such emotional stuntedness generally takes the form of
          AGGRESSION and/or callous manipulation of a young girl’s nascent
          romantic feelings.”

          If aggression is has nothing to do with physicality, then why would that difference matter at all?

          • Joe Clam

            Who says aggression has “nothing to do with physicality”? It may well involve that… or it may not, and be more implicit and underhanded.
            I’m becoming uninterested in explaining the basic vocabulary of these issues to you. Either pay attention and accurately comprehend what you’re responding to, or stop responding

          • E.F. Martinez

            If it bothers you so much that I use physicality and not aggression (even though for the sake of this argument they’re both valid), then don’t respond… it’s not like you were interested in explaining anything anyway.

            And if I wasn’t paying attention, you’re responses would not be so specific.

          • Joe Clam

            Fine, you’re paying attention .. Now do the other part. My responses are always specific, when I so choose

          • E.F. Martinez

            Yay…

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  • Jim Gunslinger

    What if all three were males? I’m sure people would be calling for public executions then.

  • Eli Wiedrich

    you know for a fact the kid enjoyed it though

  • Guest

    Hmm… based on the definition it is not rape. to force (someone) to have sex with you by using violence or the threat of violence

    and the actual definition of statutory rape is

    noun, U.S. Law.

    1.

    sexual intercourse with a girl under the age of consent, which age varies in different states.

    Its a sick case and those teachers are horrible.

  • Yeayea

    Let’s face it. He was football player who wanted to screw his teachers. 16/17? Talk about high testosterone levels. He was a horn dog!

  • Dennis Robinson

    What do you expect when you allow that type of behavior within your society? Personally I blame religion and it’s grip on humanity.

  • awesomeWisconsin

    Lucky bastard! Why didn’t I get raped when I was in high school 🙁