Friday, August 24, 2007

Female Predators in our Public Schools

It's commonly accepted in American society that most predators and statutory rapists are usually men, and that somehow women are the "fairer" sex.

Yet the number of female "teachers" in our public school teachers is quite staggering when you actually see just how many cases have occurred recently across the country -

The following list comes from WND:

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The big list: Female teachers with students
Most comprehensive account on Internet of women predators on campus


Now, without putting much thought to the topic, I would guess that most people who first hear about the issue would hazard a guess that the majority of these female predators are hideously ugly hags and cows that are sexually desperate because no man their own age would touch them with a 10 foot pole.

It certainly appears that way for some of the following...

























Oooooh those, poor little boys that were taken advantage of by these hideous cows....just seeing their pictures and reading the descriptions of their crimes makes me nauseas.

But than we have cases like these...


Amy McElhenny, 25:
Charged with having a sexual relationship with an 18-year-old male student, the 25-year-old Hebron High School Spanish teacher and former Miss Texas contestant will not be serving any jail time after a Denton County, Texas, grand jury refused to issue an indictment in September 2006.




Angela Comer, 26:
Middle-school teacher from Tompkinsville, Ky., fled with her alleged lover, her 14-year-old male student, before being tracked down in Mexico where she reportedly planned to marry the boy.










Carrie McCandless, 29:
The former Colorado social-studies teacher, who also happens to be married to the principal, was charged in November 2006 with having had sexual contact with a 17-year-old male student during an overnight school camping trip.


And of course...one of the most famous cases:

Debra LaFave, 25:
Tampa, Fla., area teacher received no jail time despite having sex with her 14-year-old male student in a classroom and her Hillsborough County home.




I guess some fairly attractive women can also be sexual predators of young boys as well.

There are a lot more stories of female predators in our public schools found at that WND page...but there is a common thread amongst almost all of these stories: just about all of these women that were caught in sexual "relationships" with their students recieved little to no jail time for their crimes.

Even when a judge points out the apparent double standard between how female sexual predators are treated versus male predators, the judge STILL gives these ladies light or no sentences....like the following case:


Cameo Patch, 29:
Substitute teacher at Tooele High School in Tooele, Utah, arrested for allegedly performing oral sex on a 17-year-old male student. The sexual activity was allegedly consensual, and reportedly took place off school grounds after the pair had exchanged phone numbers in a restaurant.



"In November 2006, Patch was sentenced to no jail time, despite comments from the judge that a man would have likely gone to prison."


The feminist movement claims to be about equality for the sexes....

...how about some equality in the sentences for convicted molesters and statutory rapists?!?!

3 comments:

Kim said...

Great post. I'm going to link to this post on my blog if you don't mind. I've been working on a post that explores this very issue and this would tie in nicely.

Anonymous said...

HL, you're really going to have to make another post to push those images further down your blog! Whenever I drop by and see that line-up of creepy ghouls, I don't feel well. Oh the horror! pity the poor children.
You have quite a talent for the visual impact - I'm still recovering from the prospect of Betty Freidan and Andrea Dworkin making advances.

Rob Case

Hawaiian Libertarian said...

lol - agreed! I think the same thing when I check in myself! I just got really busy here at work last week and was unable to take the time.