Female teachers raping students: Double standards, lack of awareness

It was the star-crossed scandal that launched a thousand segments of “Entertainment Tonight.”

In 1996 a 34-year-old married mother of four and Seattle elementary school teacher, Mary Kay Letourneau, was caught romping with one of her 12-year-old male students. She spent a few months behind bars, was caught with him in her car again. And for violating her parole she got seven years in the slammer and had to register as a sex offender.

It was pure catnip for reporters and irresistible to millions around the world.

The media’s obsession with the unlikely couple reached even greater intensity when the pair got married. The nuptial was held in Washington state at the tony Columbia Winery, and the happy couple had all the expenses paid for. “Entertainment Tonight,” which got exclusive access to the event, got a massive ratings bump.

The pair co-hosted episodes of “Hot for Teacher Night” at a Seattle club. In 2000 Letourneau’s story was made into a film, “All-American Girl: The Mary Kay Letourneau Story.”

Letourneau gave birth to one child while out on bail the first time; their second child was born while Letourneau was incarcerated. Both girls grew up under the glare of the public’s eye. There was a Lifetime movie and a resurgence of attention following a Barbara Walters interview in 2015. Then, late last month, her husband filed for separation after 12 years of marriage, citing business rather than personal reasons – juicy details again snatched up by both the entertainment and mainstream media who fed the public’s obsession with older women who seduce teenage boys.

 

It was that same obsession that made the 2004 case of Florida newlywed and middle school teacher Debra LaFave, 23, a media blockbuster. One year after her marriage, she was arrested for “lewd alliances” with a 14-year-old pupil. Ditto for the former Cincinnati Bengals – Ben-Gals — cheerleader and high school teacher Sarah Jones. In 2012 she pled guilty to bedding a 17-year-old student – igniting yet another firestorm of infamy – and further fueled when she got out of prison the following year and the pair got engaged.

The reason for the heightened awareness has as much to do with the apparently increasing frequency of female teachers having sex with their young male students as it does with the drama that incidents like those of Letourneau spark.

The stories are relentlessly covered by tabloid media – inevitably with a mugshot of the teacher paired with “sexy” photos from her Facebook or Instagram accounts – and the stories are often predictably similar. Perhaps the teacher is found out when the boys boast about it to their friends, or when a parent finds out – and she can’t evade guilt because of sexts or flesh-flashing photos she sent. Details are drawn out like a soap opera: Sex in the teacher’s car; indiscrete emails and text messages, with photos; and then the discovery as the boy tells a buddy or a nosy mom finds evidence of the malfeasance. It’s a virtual syndrome.

Part of the syndrome is the social acceptance. Barstool sports even “grades” each accused female teacher based on “looks,” “moral compass” and “intangibles,” and the likes of Saturday Night Live feature skits about hot female teachers bedding the boys from school.

Examples seem to be proliferating like rabbits. Consider the following examples, the tip of the proverbial iceberg.

Married Kentucky teacher Lindsey Jarvis, 27, ignited a media maelstrom this month after being charged with rape, sodomy and unlawful transaction with a student. Also this month, 31-year-old Connecticut teacher, Laura Ramos, was removed from her job at Central High School over allegations of sexually assaulting a special education student. Loryn Barclay, 24, was arrested Sunday and faces charges as a result of an alleged relationship with a boy while she worked as a substitute teacher.

The apparent increase in these incidents has piqued more than just popular curiosity. Scholars have begun to research and analyze the scope and nature of the syndrome.

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Myriam S. Denov, an associate professor in the School of Social Work at Montreal’s McGill University, says cultural stereotypes about women have obscured the awareness of the frequency of female sexual offending.

“While the prevalence rates of female sex offending are small when compared to rates of male sex offending, there is evidence to suggest that sexual abuse by females may be under-recognized,” she says in one of her books, “Perspectives on Female Sex Offending: A Culture of Denial.”

There is a great deal of data that points to “a widespread denial of women as potential sexual aggressors that could work to obscure the true dimensions of the problem,” she writes in the book.

According to the Center for Sex Offender Management, a project operated by the U.S. Department of Justice, females account for around 10 percent of all sex crimes reported to authorities. However, a much higher percentage – over 30 percent – of all teacher-student sexual offenses are estimated to have been perpetrated by females. In the latest available statistics, in 2014, just under 800 school employees were prosecuted for student sex crimes – around one-third female.

 

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/06/30/female-teachers-having-sex-with-students-double-standards-lack-awareness.html

 

 

Australia: Feminists take down AFA Facebook page with 70,000 fans – Anti-Feminism Australia

https://antifeminismaustralia.com/feminists-take-afa-facebook-page-70000-fans/

What caused feminists to do this?

Feminists take down AFA Facebook pageOn the 25th of June, Clementine Ford announced that she will be releasing another one of her man hating books “Boys will be boys”. She also mentioned that this time it would be a “love letter” to her baby son Frank to teach him about toxic masculinity.

In addition to the announcement of her new book, someone had also revealed that Clementine Ford had written a message to a fan in her book “Fight Like a Girl” inciting terrorism. 

Understandably, the combination of these two things upset and angered people. Many said that she shouldn’t be allowed to spread any more vile anti-male hate speech and called for her publisher Allen & Unwin Books to cancel her contract. Shortly after, AFA started a petition urging Allen & Unwin Books to cancel her contract and advised people to leave a 1 star review on their page.

Feminists got “triggered” and angry over the petition to stop her book being published and all the 1 star reviews on her publisher’s site. They responded by mass reporting the Anti-Feminism Australia page in the thousands.

When Allen & Unwin commented on the matter, it was clear that they were man hating feminists themselves:

Feminists take down AFA Facebook page

So where to now?

Firstly, it goes without saying that Clementine Ford will pay the price for this. This is the fourth time that she has got our page removed from Facebook.

Facebook have once again shown their bias in allowing her to post vile hate speech against men, but never not allowing us post things that expose the truth of feminist hypocrisy and hate speech. Anti-Feminists and MRAs are constantly censored by Facebook, while feminists like Clementine Ford are free to post whatever vile anti-male hate speech they desire without consequence. It is no secret that Facebook Admins are feminists themselves, and it is believed that Clementine Ford is even friends with one of them.

Since Facebook have such a feminist bias, we have decided that we will no longer run a page. Instead, we will focus on our closed group which we have more control over. Feminists cannot see the posts within this group, making it a safer option.

Italian-Australian ISIS supporter moves to the Philippines and finds a Filipino wife

will the next ISIS leader be a hapa?

After converting to Islam he engaged in activism and preaching. He has lectured at conferences in AustraliaItalyGermany, the NetherlandsIndiaKuwaitQatar, the UAE and the Philippines. He has authored dozens of articles on Islam. [3]

In 2010, he traveled to the Middle East to raise funds for a Melbourne community centre to be run by the Islamic Information and Services Network of Australasia. He had previously attended IISNA camps. After the trip, he began receiving regular visits by ASIO.

In 2011, he traveled to work in Egypt. He presented the shows “Ask the Sheikh” and “Our Legacy” broadcast by the Saudi Iqraa satellite network.

In October 2011, he performed the Hajj, having previously done so in 2006. He spoke about the experience in a CNN documentary. [4]

In 2012 he was again approached by Australian Security Intelligence Organisation officers. After a few months, ASIO started pushing Cerantonio for more information. According to Cerantonio, they ordered him “Tell us who’s up to no good, I know you know who they are.” “We can make a lot of trouble for you based on those talks you give,” An ASIO officer threatened to cancel Cerantonio’s passport should he not co-operate.

Cerantonio temporarily agreed with ASIO’s demands, but then fled to the Philippines under the pretext of visiting his brother. His brother was in Manila, but Cerantonio traveled to Mindanao. While in Mindanao, during fighting between the Philippine Army and the Moro National Liberation Front, his apartment was bombed by warplanes. [5]

In October 2014, he condemned the Letter to Baghdadi as a “letter of ignorance and disbelief”. [6]

In February 2014, while in the Philippines, he married Joan Montayre, a 32 year old designer, and moved to an apartment in the Cebu province.

In June 2014, on Twitter Cerantonio claimed he was in Syria. He was branded by Australia’s Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop as a fraud,“He said he was fighting in Syria and Iraq, but he was holed up in the Philippines.” Cerantonio says the tweet was posted to throw the police off the search. “I gave a friend access to my account, and the Australian Government knows I did not write that.”

In July 2014, he was arrested in the central Philippines city of Lapu-Lapu and taken to Manila. Cerantonio claims he was denied access to a lawyer by Warden L’rev J. Del Cruz. :The warden was telling inmates not to talk to me because I was a terrorist,” he says. After two weeks in detention he was deported to Melbourne without charges.[7][8]

In May 2016, he was arrested along with four others over an alleged plot to flee the country in a boat. The group was charged with “making preparations for incursions into foreign countries to engage in hostile activities.” Since his arrest he has been remanded in custody, with the trial delayed and now expected in January 2018. [9] [10]

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Musa_Cerantonio#Islamic_activism

 

 

Christian soldier says Army forced him to go to transgender training

On June 30, 2016, Defense Secretary Ash Carter announced that transgender individuals will be allowed to openly serve in the U.S. Armed Forces. As a result, the Department of Defense has directed commanders to conduct face-to-face “transgender awareness” training for all military members and civilians who supervise military personnel.

So far, the DOD has provided medical protocol and constructed a commander’s training handbook to ensure homosexual service members that they may begin to change their gender markers in the Defense Eligibility Enrollment System, or DEERS.

If homosexual service members are afforded the opportunity to openly serve and identify as the opposite sex, are Christian service members allowed to openly serve and identify as individuals who do not want to be subjected to transgender training that is antithetical to their faith?

Ostensibly not, given the fact that several Christian soldiers from a Nashville Army Reserves Unit were forced to attend transgender training.

On June 23, 2017, the 304 Military Police Battalion, which is part of the Army Reserves, directed soldiers to attend a mandatory “Transgender Policy Briefing.”

There are several soldiers from the unit who identify as Christians and believe homosexuality is a sin condemned in the Bible (Genesis 19:1-28; Leviticus 20:13; 1 Corinthians 6:9-10 and Jude 7-8).

One of the Christian soldiers sought counsel from the 304 Military Police Battalion chaplain (Capt. Erick Barrett) concerning religious accommodation. According to one of the Christian soldiers (who will remain unnamed), the unit chaplain – an allegedly Southern Baptist endorsed chaplain – conducted the “Transgender Policy Briefing.”

The same chaplain informed this soldier that he and the 304 MP BN commander didn’t believe the transgender training would violate his sincerely held beliefs.

As a result, the Christian soldier sent an email through his chain of command with the following request for religious accommodation [emphasis added]:

The following correspondence is a request for religious accommodation from, “Transgender Policy Brief” and training:

On 6/23/2017, at 0540 hrs. I respectfully met with Capt. Erick Barrett, the 304th BN chaplain, and requested information regarding the new, “Transgender Policy Brief,” to be instructed at 1700 hrs this same day. Upon further inquiry and discussion, I was made more aware that my personal religious beliefs were to be infringed upon, and I therefore requested accommodation based on DOD 1300-17. Capt. Erick Barrett informed me that he did not believe the “Transgender Brief” would violate my sincerely held belief; however, would submit my request for accommodation through the chain of command. I was informed that the request would be submitted to Lt. Col. Wilson of the 304th MP BN and that I would be informed of its response. At approximately 0630, following accountability formation, I reported to the 304th MP BN TOC, at which time Capt. Erick Barret requested to speak to me in private. At that time he reported to me that my request for accommodation was denied, as this was an Army policy, and that he and Lt. Col. Wilson did not believe it violated my sincerely held religious beliefs; therefore necessitating religious accommodation.

The “Trans-gender Policy Brief and Training” requires me to participate in something that I believe is contrary to what my religion teaches. I believe that my abstinence from this brief and instruction would not disrupt unit cohesion, my military readiness, or my good order and discipline. However, I do believe that participation in such training will bind my conscience to another religion, thus violating my conscience and faith tenants.

I submit this request with the utmost respect and dignity for Army Policy, regulations, and the leaders I serve; however, I ask for this accommodation. Respectfully, I would also request that any responses to this request be in written form.

What was the response from the 304 MP BN commander to the Christian soldier’s request for religious accommodation?

[Name redacted] – the Army has directed that all Soldiers receive training on its Transgender Policy. While I appreciate your religious beliefs I cannot release you from receiving information on this policy since it is DA directed.

LTC Kim Wilson
304 MP BN Commander

There are several issues that need to be addressed about the aforementioned email request for religious accommodation and reply.

First, what prerogative does a Southern Baptist chaplain (a captain) have to advise a Christian soldier that transgender training will not violate his sincerely held religious convictions? The North American Mission Board, or NAMB – which is an ecclesiastical endorsing agency of military chaplains for the Southern Baptist Convention – has a policy regarding homosexuality with restrictions and guidance [emphasis added]:

… nor offer any kind of relationship training or retreat, on or off of a military installation, that would give the appearance of accepting the homosexual lifestyle or sexual wrongdoing.

Pastoral care – The document reminds chaplains that Southern Baptists view all sexual immorality as sin that violates God’s biblical standards for purity and that “Responsible pastoral care will seek to offer repentance and forgiveness, help and healing, and restoration through the mercy and grace of Jesus Christ’s sacrificial gift of love on the cross.”

I am curious to know how the North American Mission Board – which views all forms of sexual immorality as sin – will respond to one of its alleged representatives conducting sexually immoral (transgender) training that is contrary to Southern Baptist doctrine.

Secondly, how should Christian service members respond if and when they are forced to attend transgender training? The DOD is supposed to place a high value on protecting the rights of all service members, to include Christians – to observe their faith or no faith at all. According to the Department of Defense Instruction 1300.17, all requests for religious accommodation are accessed on a case-by-case basis, and can be denied if:

Furthers a compelling governmental interest.

Is the least restrictive means of furthering that compelling governmental interest.

Requests for religious accommodation from a military policy, practice, or duty that does not substantially burden a Service member’s exercise of religion should not be evaluated under the standard established in paragraph 4e

Under these circumstances, the needs of the requesting Service member are balanced against the needs of mission accomplishment. Only if it is determined that the needs of mission accomplishment outweigh the needs of the Service member may the request be denied.

An observer may wonder if Lt. Col. Kim Wilson’s response to the religious accommodation request is unconstitutional. Wilson is correct on one thing in her email reply, that the DA has directed service members to receive training. However, the DOD also has a policy on religious accommodation, which doesn’t appear to have been taken into serious consideration.

The unnamed Christian soldier articulated his concern that the “Transgender Policy Briefing” is contrary to his sincerely held beliefs, and he even elucidated that it violates his conscience and faith tenets.

How can these Christian soldiers’ convictions be considered a burden to unit cohesion, or the good order and discipline of the Armed Forces? After all, homosexual service members are not mandated to attend a “Romans 1 or 1 Corinthians 6:9-10 Policy Briefing,” because it would offend them, and would be contrary to their convictions. Therefore, Christians should not be forced either, since transgenderism is also antithetical to Christian dogma.

In closing, I am grateful to the Christian service member who respectfully requested religious accommodation, and to all of the others who are now coming forward while so many others have remained silent. Persecution is here!

The Preamble to the Constitution states [excerpt]: “… and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity …” When Christians in the U.S. military are silent when their constitutional liberties are suppressed, it is not just their own liberty that’s being abridged – it could also be their children’s one day.
http://www.wnd.com/2017/06/christian-soldier-says-army-forced-him-to-go-to-transgender-training/

 

PillEater is the newest addition to the ever-expanding now-famous list of White supremacists who fetishize, date, marry, or “prefer” Asian women.

PillEater, white supremacist, anti-SJW Youtuber who makes videos promoting “Asian Aryanism.” and suggests a white-Asian ethnostate that would coexist alongside a white ethnostate. Has met with White Supremacist Nathan Damigo, and has interviewed numerous white supremacists on his channel.

 

https://www.reddit.com/r/hapas/comments/5nafhd/updated_2017_full_list_of_neonazis_altrights/

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