• Teacher, 28, 'had sex with her virgin student, 16, in classroom closet in middle of school day'
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[QUOTE=thisispain;35882047]woah hey why are you turning this into a virginity conversation this has nothing to do with his first time[/QUOTE] um, that's a main element of the conversation Go away, notorious shit-poster [editline]8th May 2012[/editline] [QUOTE=Boxbot219;35882055]Oh gee I don't know. Why do rape victims complain about being raped? I mean clearly as long as they got some it's all good.[/QUOTE] This was not rape, she did not tie him up at gunpoint and shove a giant dildo in his ass.
[QUOTE=thisispain;35882058]oh my god read the actual sentence "People look at this rape story and say "lucky guy"" people as in general populace not excluding this thread[/QUOTE] It appears its you who didn't read this time.
whether or not you think he was in charge or wanted to go for it, she should be charged the same as if the roles were reversed, because whether or not there is a social stigma against this relationship she still broke the same law and treating it differently based on kneejerk "hehe.. i'd tap that" reactions is just dumb
[QUOTE=NorseTech;35882062]um, that's a main element of the conversation Go away, notorious shit-poster[/QUOTE] main element of the conversation? the main element of the conversation was a 28 year old school teacher sexually assaulting a 16 year old student virgin or not virgin makes no difference
she's not even getting charged for rape, so why the hell are you guys arguing about it EDIT: from what it looks like HE doesn't even believe he was raped
[QUOTE=xxncxx;35882072]It appears its you who didn't read this time.[/QUOTE] when he said your attitude he means the post in which you say "If he didn't want it, he could have resisted easily" or "he could have taken it to the authorities" in which you are implying that he actually wanted it.
[QUOTE=NorseTech;35882062] This was not rape, she did not tie him up at gunpoint and shove a giant dildo in his ass.[/QUOTE] It is in fact rape. 3rd degree rape to be specific since she had sex with a minor and used her position of authority to coerce his submission. The only thing your post says is that it wasn't 2nd degree rape.
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[QUOTE=yawmwen;35882044]Your first time doing anything is supposed to be something you can look back at and enjoy. Being raped is not a pleasant memory and he has to live with that for the rest of his life.[/QUOTE] Grow the fuck up and learn to put things you're not proud of behind you and do better next time
[QUOTE=thisispain;35882100]when he said your attitude he means the post in which you say "If he didn't want it, he could have resisted easily" or "he could have taken it to the authorities" in which you are implying that he actually wanted it.[/QUOTE] He already said that you dunce. You went straight from not reading it to repeating what was already said BECAUSE you didn't read. Nice
[QUOTE=NorseTech;35882062] This was not rape, she did not tie him up at gunpoint and shove a giant dildo in his ass.[/QUOTE] there's a difference between violent rape, which is what you are describing, and sexual assault, but both are bad and illegal.
[QUOTE=NorseTech;35882062]This was not rape, she did not tie him up at gunpoint and shove a giant dildo in his ass.[/QUOTE] Rape is forcing someone to have sex with you. It doesn't matter how it's done, if you force someone to have sex with you, it's rape.
[QUOTE=NorseTech;35882062] This was not rape, she did not tie him up at gunpoint and shove a giant dildo in his ass.[/QUOTE] Rape: 1. the unlawful compelling of a person through physical force or duress to have sexual intercourse. 2. any act of sexual intercourse that is forced upon a person. This was rape, the dude was forced to have sex.
[QUOTE=NorseTech;35882062]This was not rape, she did not tie him up at gunpoint and shove a giant dildo in his ass.[/QUOTE] As if that's the only definition of rape out there. She forced him to have sex with her, even though he did not want to (in other words, he was not consenting). Therefore, it is rape.
Fuck, lucky bastard, that's my high school goal.
Why does it matter if they are a virgin? I mean this as a legitimate question.
[QUOTE=xxncxx;35882112] You went straight from not reading it to repeating what was already said BECAUSE you didn't read. Nice[/QUOTE] okay well i apologize for repeating what was already said.
[QUOTE=NorseTech;35882106]Grow the fuck up and learn to put things you're not proud of behind you and do better next time[/QUOTE] You're seriously saying a FUCKING RAPE VICTIM should learn to DO BETTER NEXT TIME? Fuck you, you piece of shit.
[QUOTE=NorseTech;35881980]FP's moral crusaders are funny. Tell me why he should feel bad about smashing that[/QUOTE] Poster of the year 2012
[QUOTE=yawmwen;35882142]You're seriously saying a FUCKING RAPE VICTIM should learn to DO BETTER NEXT TIME? Fuck you, you piece of shit.[/QUOTE] calm down kiddo. He was consenting, if he didn't want to have sex with her he could have resisted, he's 16.
[QUOTE=NorseTech;35882159]calm down kiddo. He was consenting, if he didn't want to have sex with her he could have resisted, he's 16.[/QUOTE] he's older than you i don't really think you can call him kiddo. and lack of resistance doesn't imply consent. that's a very dangerous precedent.
[QUOTE=NorseTech;35882159]calm down kiddo. He was consenting, if he didn't want to have sex with her he could have resisted, he's 16.[/QUOTE] Why do I have a feeling you would have a totally different opinion on this matter if it was a man raping a girl? [QUOTE=NorseTech]She was consenting, if she didn't want to have sex with him she could have resisted, she's 16.[/quote]
AGAIN: HE ISN'T SAYING HE WAS RAPED
[QUOTE=NorseTech;35882159] He was consenting, [B][U]if he didn't want to have sex with her he could have resisted, he's 16.[/U][/B][/QUOTE] What the fuck kind of logic is this? And you're not the only one saying it, which is even more baffling. Do you tell a woman who was raped "Well, you're old enough, you should have resisted?" Of course not! Christ on a cracker, what is with all the victim blaming here? If this was a 16 year old girl and a 28 year old male professor, 99% of the posters here would be saying "I hope that fucker rots in prison" rather than "Fucking whiny prick. Doesn't realize how lucky he is."
[QUOTE=thisispain;35882173]he's older than you i don't really think you can call him kiddo. and lack of resistance doesn't imply consent. that's a very dangerous precedent.[/QUOTE] I think I can, because I just did. So you're saying she drugged him before? Because I didn't see that anywhere in the article.
[QUOTE=NorseTech;35882159]calm down kiddo. He was consenting, if he didn't want to have sex with her he could have resisted, he's 16.[/QUOTE] He never consented. No consent = Rape.
[QUOTE=TBFundy;35882185]AGAIN: HE ISN'T SAYING HE WAS RAPED[/QUOTE] "The victim told police about the sexual encounter. He said Wilson called him out of class to say he had left something behind in her classroom. When he arrived, she pushed him against the wall and touched him. She then led him to a closet, took off his clothes and had sex with him, according to a police report. In his statement to police, the victim said he was ashamed of what happened and that Wilson took his virginity" Totally not rape guys.
List of why this is stupid: She's hot. He's 16 for fucks sakes, in the uk it's acceptable. That's hardly taking advantage of a minor. Reasons why it's unacceptable: They got caught. It was in a public place\school.
It doesn't matter if force is used, and in fact if he did consent it can still be considered rape because she put him in a position of duress where it was impossible for him to say no.
[QUOTE=SilverKnight;35882205]List of why this is stupid: She's hot. He's 16 for fucks sakes, in the uk it's acceptable. That's hardly taking advantage of a minor. [/QUOTE]Neither of those things matter at all if he didn't consent.
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