Marcus Aurelius: This is what I like to call a victimless crime.
R.A.Danny: Marcus Aurelius: This is what I like to call a victimless crime.That's the wrong way to think.I tell myself that all the time.
DanZero: [weknowmemes.com image 480x360]
Lsherm: Cases like this just further illustrate the futility importance of eradicating sexism. If anyone really thought men and women deserved "equality", then male/female teacher sex-abuse sentences would be similar. They aren't even close.
Speaker2Animals: They? It was more than one teacher?
JosephFinn: Speaker2Animals: They? It was more than one teacher?They. As in the gender neutral singular pronoun that's been in use for 500 years.
Infernalist: If it'd been a male teacher, they'd have given him 40 years. Of course, he'd have been killed in general population within 2 years.If he even made to prison before someone shot him in court or while he was out on bail.
barefoot in the head: JosephFinn: Speaker2Animals: They? It was more than one teacher?They. As in the gender neutral singular pronoun that's been in use for 500 years.They is never singular. Subby just wanted to withhold the sex of the perpetrator. There is no elegant way to do that but they is still not singular.
Speaker2Animals: Speaking of lax usage standards, what exactly is the difference between irregardless and regardless, and why use the former?
TheBlackFlag: Who is raising the kid?
Terrible Old Man: So what happens when a male teacher violates a 14 year old girl?
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