There have been innumerable, wanton characterizations of men as sexual deviants over the last few decades. This was reflected on directly by Marilyn French, who penned the idea that “All men are rapists and that’s all they are.”
Perhaps, in her quest for social justice, though, she neglected to consider the part of equality that involves equality. And in doing so, Ms. French, who inspired the title to this article, aided the world in overlooking a rather glaring problem. That would be the epidemic of female sexual predators that have infested our public schools.
It is a problem out of control largely because everyone knows that women don’t do such things, right? It gives credence to the truism first uttered by Mark Twain. “It ain’t what you don’t know that gets you into trouble. It’s what you know for sure that just ain’t so.”
Oh, and lest you think that the following pervs represent too small a percentage of teachers to bear meaning, please keep in mind that these are not just normal teachers, whose offending numbers are much, much greater. In fact, here is a couple of hundred more of those for your edification. These, however, are just a sampling of predatory special education teachers. You know, the ones that oversee the development of mentally and emotionally challenged children; the absolutely most vulnerable children of all.
To be fair, it was not clear in some cases whether their victims were developmentally disabled children, or just “normal” children who happened to wander into their clutches. Either way, this should call into question how we address female pedophiles in this society. Most of these women were given slaps on the hand, of course, in exchange for the lives they screwed up. It’s the way we do it here.
But one must wonder if the time for chemical and/or surgical intervention should be undertaken to curb the abhorrent impulses of these sexual deviants. Perhaps at the very least we should consider life imprisonment with no possibility of parole. Even the death penalty could be placed on the table.
So many options, so little motivation for society to recognize the problem.
Don’t stop reading when you get to the last to these teachers gone wrong. There is a couple of bonus categories at the end. We may well need them before this is over.
Here is just a few examples of women who turn special education into special abuses.
Apparently, some schools are more infected than others. These next two teachers shown here were molesting the same 13 year old boy, at the same time, and were not even aware of each others actions. Following those examples of toxic femininity are a short list of school administration officials and wives who wanted their fair share of kiddie sex. Much more to come on this in the future.
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