SexxxyLicious28 33F
112 posts
8/26/2006 6:34 pm

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9/3/2006 10:09 am


While watching America's Most Wanted (I absolutely love that show lol) they were showing what looked like a stripper who was dancing seductively (in underwear) on her webcam. I thought that maybe she was one of those cam girls or something. Turns out she was school teacher. Ok, I thought, what you do in your own home is your own business. She gave her students videotapes of her dancing like this to her students as a way to give them "sex education". Seriously what was she thinking. Another teacher was caught having sex with her student in her car with her 2 year old in the backseat. The student was mentally disabled. Abuse to children, the mentally disabled, and the elderly are one of the few things that really get my blood boiling.

Seeing that my future plans are to be a sex educator /sex therapist, I will have to deal with people much like this. How will I be able to work with these people when I want to throw them out the window? It seems like the teachers and caregivers of children would not want to hurt these children but to care and protect them. When I worked in a daycare, it was a struggle because one child had classic signs of abuse and seemed to be autistic. The managers talked to his mother and she denied everything so the management let it go instead of reporting it. But what parent is going to admit they know they're child is getting abused? I guess if you don't have the sympathy, empathy, and a real passion for children you shouldn't work with them. A friend of mine would go on and on about how much she loved children, how it was her greatest passion to become a school teacher, how children are always in her heart, yadda yadda yadda. She was very persuasive. Funny thing is, she's never worked with children. Once she got a job working with children, she quickly changed her major ha ha. Funny how that works. It was just last week I talked about a man who wanted to sale his child for a crack rock.

I know that school teachers and any person in the caregiving profession does not get paid enough for the work that they do. But these are real people and we have a obligation to keep them safe and protect them from harm.

Sorry for the rant I guess I just had to get that off my chest. More happier posts to come!

BABYJ2020 42M  
1 post
8/31/2006 8:27 pm

Hey! Being a teacher I can see where you're coming from. Blows my mind when some people do these horrible acts. What exactly has went wrong with people? Good lucking with your pursuit....hope it works out well for ya.

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