college teachers that sex students

college teachers that sex students

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smokes

Philadelphia, PA

#2 Sep 17, 2010
i know of more high school teachers who did that, than college professors...sad huh?
Black board

United States

#3 Sep 17, 2010
Shhhh! CLASS!
P-town Son

United States

#4 Sep 17, 2010
NO easy A's
Wow

San Mateo, CA

#5 Sep 17, 2010
Mirabello at SSU is a crusty old dude who chases young college girls.
haha

Van Wert, OH

#6 Sep 17, 2010
I second the above.
justnuts

Marion, OH

#7 Sep 17, 2010
Mirabello should have no trouble getting a girl,as she will become sister-in-law to his twin brother, Bill Gates
Wow

San Mateo, CA

#8 Sep 18, 2010
justnuts wrote:
Mirabello should have no trouble getting a girl,as she will become sister-in-law to his twin brother, Bill Gates
Lol that is a good one!

He is creepy!
ssu_gal

United States

#9 Dec 14, 2010
very creepy, and very much a chaser of us young college girls....gross.
ssuballer

Dayton, OH

#10 Dec 14, 2010
The old athletic director Arnzen was always with female students around the athletic center.
Unit 1

United States

#11 Dec 14, 2010
Should be brought up on charges! This is no different than a workplace environment and should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
siked

Marion, OH

#12 Dec 14, 2010
Unit 1 wrote:
Should be brought up on charges! This is no different than a workplace environment and should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
Inappropriate? Maybe. Against the law? Definately not. Unless some type of blackmail is involved, a professor having a sexual relationship with as student is still a sexual relationship between two consenting adults. There is no law being broken at all. Intimate relationships within the workplace are not against the law either as long as both parties are consenting. The only time that a sexual relationship is prosecutable within the workplace is if one of the parties feels harassed by the gestures or advances of the other person. Or again, if some type of "if, then" scenario is occuring (ie, "If you perform sexual favors for me, then I will promote you").
Have you ever thought that maybe a younger woman just finds her older professor attractive and actually wants to see him outside the classroom? It's not always the case that the older professor is "chasing a younger girl". Also, not all of the professors at SSU are all that old, some are still in their early to mid thirties, and since a large portion of the student body is an older non-traditional group, that puts the profs being only 10-15 years older than the students.
I don't know of any professors that have extorted sex for a higher grade or made inappropriate or unwanted advances toward a student at the university.

Probably time for everyone to grow up and realize that even though they are students, people seeking a higher education are adults and can make decisions for themselves like big kids.
Unit 1

Columbus, OH

#13 Dec 15, 2010
siked wrote:
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Inappropriate? Maybe. Against the law? Definately not. Unless some type of blackmail is involved, a professor having a sexual relationship with as student is still a sexual relationship between two consenting adults. There is no law being broken at all. Intimate relationships within the workplace are not against the law either as long as both parties are consenting. The only time that a sexual relationship is prosecutable within the workplace is if one of the parties feels harassed by the gestures or advances of the other person. Or again, if some type of "if, then" scenario is occuring (ie, "If you perform sexual favors for me, then I will promote you").
Have you ever thought that maybe a younger woman just finds her older professor attractive and actually wants to see him outside the classroom? It's not always the case that the older professor is "chasing a younger girl". Also, not all of the professors at SSU are all that old, some are still in their early to mid thirties, and since a large portion of the student body is an older non-traditional group, that puts the profs being only 10-15 years older than the students.
I don't know of any professors that have extorted sex for a higher grade or made inappropriate or unwanted advances toward a student at the university.
Probably time for everyone to grow up and realize that even though they are students, people seeking a higher education are adults and can make decisions for themselves like big kids.
Do some research. You will find the Majority of these cases involve older men/younger female students. Therefore in this environment, the so-called teacher is in a position of authority/intimidation in the inference of a better grade or withholding same. Let's not forget the maturity level involved. Big difference! Inappropriate? Definitely! Prosecutable? Absolutely! This vermin preys on the hopes and fears of the student without doubt. They are in a position of trust as well as authority and should be held to a higher standard. An analogy of the catholic priest comes to mind. That particular group of hell-bound scum has similarly been allowed to rape and pillage a likewise vulnerable group! You see what's happened there!

Since: Jun 10

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#14 Dec 15, 2010
Unit 1 wrote:
<quoted text>Do some research. You will find the Majority of these cases involve older men/younger female students. Therefore in this environment, the so-called teacher is in a position of authority/intimidation in the inference of a better grade or withholding same. Let's not forget the maturity level involved. Big difference! Inappropriate? Definitely! Prosecutable? Absolutely! This vermin preys on the hopes and fears of the student without doubt. They are in a position of trust as well as authority and should be held to a higher standard. An analogy of the catholic priest comes to mind. That particular group of hell-bound scum has similarly been allowed to rape and pillage a likewise vulnerable group! You see what's happened there!
Well, I used to think you were just quirky, but now I know you are crazy!
It is only prosecutable if the professor offers a quid pro quo/you scratch my back, I'll scratch yours situation.
If it is prosecutable, prove it. Show us a case in which a teacher asking out his/her student and going to prison.
well

Marion, OH

#15 Dec 15, 2010
siked wrote:
<quoted text>Inappropriate? Maybe. Against the law? Definately not. Unless some type of blackmail is involved, a professor having a sexual relationship with as student is still a sexual relationship between two consenting adults. There is no law being broken at all. Intimate relationships within the workplace are not against the law either as long as both parties are consenting. The only time that a sexual relationship is prosecutable within the workplace is if one of the parties feels harassed by the gestures or advances of the other person. Or again, if some type of "if, then" scenario is occuring (ie, "If you perform sexual favors for me, then I will promote you").
Have you ever thought that maybe a younger woman just finds her older professor attractive and actually wants to see him outside the classroom? It's not always the case that the older professor is "chasing a younger girl". Also, not all of the professors at SSU are all that old, some are still in their early to mid thirties, and since a large portion of the student body is an older non-traditional group, that puts the profs being only 10-15 years older than the students.
I don't know of any professors that have extorted sex for a higher grade or made inappropriate or unwanted advances toward a student at the university.

Probably time for everyone to grow up and realize that even though they are students, people seeking a higher education are adults and can make decisions for themselves like big kids.
It may not be against the law but a professor can lose his job. So anyone talking about certain professors on here, keep that in mind because I'm sure you're causing them unnecessary problems. If you have an issue report it, don't spread rumors on the Internet; that's immature. But I disagree, I don't think a student and a professor should have any sort of relationship other than student & professor. It has nothing to do with age. For me I see it as a way that they would favor that student if they are taking one of their courses. And since we know the majority of people in relationships arent faithful, they'd be trying to get with more and more students, and eventually to get a good grade you'd be trading sexual favors. Not a good idea.
Unit 1

Columbus, OH

#16 Dec 15, 2010
NewVille Father wrote:
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Well, I used to think you were just quirky, but now I know you are crazy!
It is only prosecutable if the professor offers a quid pro quo/you scratch my back, I'll scratch yours situation.
If it is prosecutable, prove it. Show us a case in which a teacher asking out his/her student and going to prison.
My point exactly! When did you hear of a 'priest' being prosecuted till recently? It's time!
Unit 1

Columbus, OH

#17 Dec 15, 2010
well wrote:
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It may not be against the law but a professor can lose his job. So anyone talking about certain professors on here, keep that in mind because I'm sure you're causing them unnecessary problems. If you have an issue report it, don't spread rumors on the Internet; that's immature. But I disagree, I don't think a student and a professor should have any sort of relationship other than student & professor. It has nothing to do with age. For me I see it as a way that they would favor that student if they are taking one of their courses. And since we know the majority of people in relationships arent faithful, they'd be trying to get with more and more students, and eventually to get a good grade you'd be trading sexual favors. Not a good idea.
Exactly!

Since: Jun 10

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#18 Dec 15, 2010
Unit 1 wrote:
<quoted text>My point exactly! When did you hear of a 'priest' being prosecuted till recently? It's time!
Immoral? Yes. Against the law? Nope. You cannot compare the rape and molestation of CHILDREN to a relationship between two consenting adults.
It IS NOT the same. To say otherwise proves my original point. You are insane.

Since: Jun 10

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#19 Dec 15, 2010
well wrote:
<quoted text>
It may not be against the law but a professor can lose his job. So anyone talking about certain professors on here, keep that in mind because I'm sure you're causing them unnecessary problems. If you have an issue report it, don't spread rumors on the Internet; that's immature. But I disagree, I don't think a student and a professor should have any sort of relationship other than student & professor. It has nothing to do with age. For me I see it as a way that they would favor that student if they are taking one of their courses. And since we know the majority of people in relationships arent faithful, they'd be trying to get with more and more students, and eventually to get a good grade you'd be trading sexual favors. Not a good idea.
I totally agree. It is immoral, the professor may lose his job, but he/she cannot be prosecuted for having a legit relationship with a student over the age of majority. It can't be done.
ssu_gal

United States

#20 Dec 15, 2010
definetly immoral. seen it in action. the gals who talk to him about the paranormal and such he teaches, he starts discussing with them, then, for example says they have psychic abilities, or meaningful dreams, and that he experiences the same, so they must have a connection. He takes advantage of thier naive stupidity. What a pickup line..."Hey, baby...you and i have the same dreams." lol The sad part is he's broken up relationships doing it. Happened to a friend of mine...it's just disgusting.
Unit 1

Columbus, OH

#21 Dec 15, 2010
NewVille Father wrote:
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Immoral? Yes. Against the law? Nope. You cannot compare the rape and molestation of CHILDREN to a relationship between two consenting adults.
It IS NOT the same. To say otherwise proves my original point. You are insane.
Just the fact that a child is 18 does not mean that she is 'mature'. Many, many children 18, 19, 20 and older are quite naive. Add to this the pressure to succeed in college by parents, friends, and themselves and you have the makings of a HUGE problem. Now mix in an immoral predator and you have the makings of a disaster! Do not make the mistake of equating age with maturity. They are not one and the same! I stand by my original statement. They should revoke their teaching cert. and never be allowed in a classroom again. Sexual predator registration is also indicated.

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