Here’s the all too familiar story:
The headline is misleading. This woman’s profession was a kindergarten teacher. The young man she had the “inappropriate” relationship with was 14; hardly a kindergartener. She was 47, which means that if he had been her son, she’d have been 33 when she bore him. That’s quite an age difference in my opinion, but what does it matter? The teacher and this young man were only doing what they’ve been indoctrinated to do. The institution and the media can only muster a word like “inappropriate” to describe it. Do people go to jail for “inappropriate” relationships? I think not, but this woman may.
But why don’t we put this in some context for discussion’s sake. We have the institution, from its highest levels confused on who is male and female. They can’t figure out who should be using female and male locker rooms; a thing that no civil society has ever been confused on before. In its moral confusion, it has decided that this very same young man ought to be able to walk into the girl’s locker room and undress among them if he says he feels like a girl, and it says that if you don’t like that there’s something wrong with you. And he can even have sex with one of those young girls without breaking any laws, and then he can impregnate her and the institution will help her murder the child, after which they will send you the bill. All this goes on without a peep from the institution.
If this had been an older man who fornicated with a young woman, for his sake the institution also invites Planned Parenthood on campus, an organization that has repeatedly hidden statutory rape from authorities. So, I’m sorry, I’m not “shocked” that this older woman had sex with this young man, and in comparison with all the activities that the institution considers legal, I think this actually pales. But I am sorry for both of the poor souls in this story because, in a way, they’re both victims of the zeitgeist of lawlessness that the institution has done its best to bring about. This couple simply made the mistake of believing the institution’s lies that there is no ultimate morality, and now she is receiving the wrath of the same institution that told her she was the sole arbiter of right and wrong for herself.
So a few points:
- Not everyone who does this gets caught. It would be naive to think that it isn’t a common thing.
- The schoolhouse has painted itself into a corner and looks hypocritical and foolish reacting the way it does on account of a little “inappropriate” behavior. Who are they/you to judge after all? People gonna do what people gonna do. They can’t control themselves. Right? The only thing they might have done wrong, if one listens to the institution, was to not use a condom.
- Please don’t ever be the moron who says “I’m shocked!”. It really does make you look like you live under a rock.
- Your children are not safe in that little small-town school that makes you feel all warm and fuzzy. The zeitgeist everywhere receives federal money and has the internet, which means it’s everywhere, with the possible exception of your home. There it’s up to you whether or not you invite it in, to defile your children.