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(Houston Press)   Female dance instructor charged with eating Humble pie   (blogs.houstonpress.com) divider line 15
    More: Strange, Amanda Feenstra, dance teacher, teachers  
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2013-03-07 12:54:56 AM
2 votes:
you complain now,
but those were the best days of your life

you idiot.
2013-03-07 12:50:43 AM
2 votes:
I feel like there might some information missing from this story. I also feel like some of the information presented in the story, namely the victim's statements, is a bit suspect. Might just be my cynicism showing though.

/Meh, I'd hit it.
2013-03-07 05:18:15 AM
1 votes:

Abacus9: Not sure if sarcasm, but a lot of victims don't speak out because they're too scared. It doesn't excuse what the teacher did.


Why are you wasting time here, then?  You need to be at a police station giving depositions and reporting these people!  (I assume since you know about the victims who didn't speak out, you also know about the attackers they didn't speak out against.)

Abacus9: How lazy are you? Just go read the article.


I have tried, but every time I do, my thoughts are hijacked by the lurid, smutty description of their time together.  The scene plays out in my traitorous mind like a 2 AM Cinemax show.

Jennifer was seated on the bed.  Amanda was standing over her, hands on her hips.
"No," Jennifer whispered.  "I came here while your husband was gone to dance."
"Fine," Amanda replied.  I'll teach you a new dance, and you'll do it until I tell you to stop."  Her voice was harsh with authority, but there was a tremor of anticipation lurking below.  She bent down and kissed Jennifer's neck, softly, and felt with her tongue the quickening of the girl's pulse.
"Lay back," she commanded.  Jennifer laid down on the bed.  Amanda straddled her and began moving her hips back and forth.
"Why are you doing that?" Jennifer asked.  "Neither of us can feel barely anything."
"Oh, right," Amanda agreed.  "In that case, take your clothes off.  I'm going to give you cunnilingus."
"I don't understand," Jennifer said.  "How are you going to do that?"
Amanda smiled.  "With my mouth."

Ugh, so disgusting.  I thought it would stop after the first 20 or 25 times, but here I am, reading it for the 52nd time in five hours, and it's just as clear as the first time.  I'm thinking of filing a complaint against this instructor myself.  Why is she, with her former actions, making me think these things when I'm powerless to stop it?
2013-03-07 04:09:09 AM
1 votes:

Precision Boobery: He just had so much authority!


Not sure if sarcasm, but a lot of victims don't speak out because they're too scared. It doesn't excuse what the teacher did.

Precision Boobery: As for the last part, I was too busy reading and rereading the detailed descriptions of their sex acts to notice all the information regarding the stalking. Maybe you could post the relevant parts, i.e. how many times the instructor went to the girl's work, how many phone calls were made, and the threats that caused the girl to fear for her safety.


How lazy are you? Just go read the article.
2013-03-07 03:54:45 AM
1 votes:

Abacus9: A rape allegation is a serious thing, so why are you so quick to dismiss it? You realize that teachers have authority over students, right? That's what makes it wrong. In this case, it looks like the girl is over the age of consent (16 where I'm from) so age isn't the problem. I'd give you a 5/10 for the effort, but you completely ignored the stalking claim.


It's true, teachers have unquestioning authority over students.  It's a bit ridiculous, the way students are constantly doing every single thing their teachers tell them to.  I realized it when I was 17 and my male typing instructor told me he was attracted to me and wanted to spend time with me.  I knew by those words that if I didn't acquiesce, he would fail me and my dreams of being a world-class typist would be so much ash in the wind.  So, even though I'm heterosexual, I spent time with him and stayed at his house and had sex with him and eventually moved into his guest bedroom, and I kept doing that for a year.  He just had so much authority!

As for the last part, I was too busy reading and rereading the detailed descriptions of their sex acts to notice all the information regarding the stalking.  Maybe you could post the relevant parts, i.e. how many times the instructor went to the girl's work, how many phone calls were made, and the threats that caused the girl to fear for her safety.
2013-03-07 03:27:16 AM
1 votes:

TuteTibiImperes: Abacus9: 

In my younger days, a friend of mine suggested just that. I was never a pothead, but bongs are completely legal to buy, sell, own and use (as long as no illegal drugs are used with it, then it becomes drug paraphernalia). He figured that, just to mess with cops and the general public, I should just walk down the street smoking pipe tobacco out of some gigantic bong. I thought it was a funny idea, but never actually did it.

Much like 'Bad Cop, No Donut' bumper stickers and truck nuts, just because you _can_ do something, doesn't mean that drawing unnecessary attention to yourself by doing it is a good idea, I think you made the right choice.

Then again, a few years ago when the Hookah Bar craze was going on it wasn't uncommon to see a bunch of people sitting out on a patio smoking a hookah, and a hookah is pretty similar to a bong.


Although I never did it, my friend thought that I would be the one that was just crazy enough to do it (I've mellowed quite a bit since then - the wonders of getting older). I don't know if it's true, but I've heard (~20 years ago) that you can get pulled over just for having a Grateful Dead bumper sticker, or a Led Zeppelin one. I, a huge Zep fan, had a bright psychadelic sticker in my back window, and rocked the long hair too. But I agree, there's a huge difference between passively just doing your own thing, and actively trying to aggravate the police. First amendment and all, but just because you can say something, doesn't mean you should.
2013-03-07 01:33:35 AM
1 votes:
2.bp.blogspot.com
2013-03-07 01:26:43 AM
1 votes:
Wouldn't be a proper teacher sex story without the wet, sloppy details.  That poor, helpless, defenseless child.  Dance instructors hold so much power over children's futures.  How could she have refused the rapes, which happened more times than she could count, except by going to the police once the excitement dwindled and she was ready to move on?

Public shaming and outrageous bail amounts aren't nearly enough.  Lock this morally bankrupt predator in with the most violent offenders and throw away the key.  And make her pay for the innocent child's therapy, which will probably last a lifetime.
2013-03-07 12:58:36 AM
1 votes:
Would this count as deFeenstration?
/Of Prague?
2013-03-07 12:47:35 AM
1 votes:
The cop's writing isn't any worse than "50 Shades" and millions have fapped to that successfully.
2013-03-07 12:29:22 AM
1 votes:

IgG4: "The defendant brought a vibrating erect penis (dildo) and would use the dildo on the complainant."
There is a meaningful difference between a dildo and a vibrator. You would think law enforcement would have this straight.


I believe it is still illegal in Texas to possess either a dildo or a vibrator.  Maybe it's just illegal to sell them.  Let me Google "texas dildo law"... here we are from our friends at Wikipedia:

The Obscene Device Law is a Texas statute dealing with obscenity.  In 1973 the Texas Legislature passed Section 43.21 of the Texas Penal Code which, in part, prohibited the sale or promotion of ""Obscene device[s]" mean[ing] a device including a dildo or artificial vagina designed or marketed as useful primarily for the stimulation of human genital organs.

Prosecution under the statute was rare but had occurred on occasion. In  Burleson, in 2004, Joanne Webb, a mother of three and a former schoolteacher, faced up to one year in prison for selling a vibrator to two undercover police officers posing as a married couple at a private party. She was later acquitted, and the undercover officers were issued reprimands.


Jeebus, don't they have real crimes to deal with in Texas?
2013-03-07 12:27:28 AM
1 votes:

staplermofo: Hair Balls blog?
I want to read your news, but you have to meet me halfway, Houston Press.


I thought Hair Balls was an alternate title for this article about countless acts of cunnilingus.
2013-03-07 12:07:24 AM
1 votes:
♫  THIRTY DAYS IN THE HOLE.... ♫
2013-03-07 12:01:06 AM
1 votes:
"The defendant brought a vibrating erect penis (dildo) and would use the dildo on the complainant."
There is a meaningful difference between a dildo and a vibrator. You would think law enforcement would have this straight.
2013-03-06 11:48:06 PM
1 votes:
FTFA:  the defendant used her mouth to give the plaintiff cunnilingus.

There has to be a better way to phrase that.  Is it possible to 'give cunnilingus' with any other part of the body?
 
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