Monday, November 14, 2005


The headline of the article just about says it all: "Sexual affairs between pupils and teachers 'can be beneficial.'" I guess if you're a pervert freak who likes getting off on little kids, it can be beneficial. I mean, what does this say about our society that this topic is even in the discourse of everyday conversation?

Bottom line: The pervs are waging a jihad on good, traditional, moral values. They are twisting everything around so what was once taboo, is now normal, and what was once normal, is now "radical". They are relentless. They will not stop. We must stand up and fight or we'll wake up in a world where your child will go to school to have sex with the teacher.... How sick and frightening is that! Praise the Lord. God help these lost souls...
Britain should drop its moral outrage over sexual relationships between pupils and teachers and accept that an "erotic charge" in the classroom can be an aid to teaching, a Sheffield University academic says.

Pat Sikes, an education lecturer, has written a paper in defence of pupil-teacher affairs, arguing that it is wrong always to cast students as victims when they are often the instigators of genuine relationships and suggesting that about 1,500 pupil-teacher affairs develop every year, the Times Educational Supplement reports today.