Teacher Bent Student Over Desk in Class and Humped Him to “Show Him What’s Gay”
Ohhhh, it was all just a joke. A joke about prison rape. A joke about prison rape to children. A teacher telling a prison rape joke to children in school, and then humping one. But a joooke, nonetheless.
And at least it was just an isolated incident, and not at all indicative of the climate for teacher-on-student sexual harassment in New York City schools, right?
And a math teacher at a high school in the Bronx, investigators said, sent text messages to and called one of his female students nearly 50 times in a four-week period and, over the winter holidays, parked himself at the McDonald’s where she worked.
The New York City Education Department wanted to fire these teachers. But in these and 13 other cases in recent years in which teachers were accused of inappropriate behavior with students, the city was overruled by an arbitrator who, despite finding wrongdoing, opted for a milder penalty like a fine, a suspension or a formal reprimand.
The New York Times uncovers a shocking policy of shuffling teachers accused of sexual harassment from school to school within the district much in the same way pedophile priests have been repositioned in various churches to terrorize new pools of children after being accused of molestation.
Were you ever on the receiving end of a sexed-up teacher’s inappropriate behavior in your school days? Did you ever have to tell an adult to back up off of your humps, your humps, your humps?