Sunday, November 22, 2009

What About When The Cougar's Meat Is Your Child?

The education industry's systemic sexual abuse of children goes on and on, not only unabated but seemingly growing. Particularly disturbing is the increase in cases like this:

SEVEN boy boarders at one of the State's most exclusive private schools have alleged they were raped by their female house mistress earlier this year... Their 40-year-old "house mother" appeared in Forster Court last week charged with 34 counts of aggravated sexual assault and aggravated indecency with the students...
It's been quite a couple of weeks:

A FEMALE music teacher who had sex with two students sobbed today as she was sentenced to more than four years jail. Michelle Lynn Dennis... pleaded guilty to two counts of sexual penetration of a child under her care, supervision or authority and one count of sexual penetration of a child under 16. Dennis denied the crimes until the day of her scheduled trial.
And just a few days ago:

A FEMALE teacher at a regional New South Wales school has been charged with having sex with a 16-year-old male student, police say. Police at Dubbo, in the state's central west, charged the 24-year-old woman on November 18 with having sexual intercourse with a person under her care.
The media sees fit to pursue churches to the utmost but does not demand the same scrutiny of the education industry, the sordid history of which should be the subject of a thorough enquiry.

Particularly disturbing is the increasing reportage of sexual assaults and rapes by female teachers, though perhaps this should not be surprising in an environment that celebrates predatory women.

-- Nick

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