Dateline: Canada, Feminazisland
By: Dan Wootton
From: Fathers Canada via Rationshed
Via: The Honor Network
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Canadian Teachers Union NASUT defends female teacher who has sex with a student. This is insane! How many more double standards can we have before men truly rise up in arms!
|The NASUWT says it is UNFAIR to treat teachers who have affairs with students who are over 16 as sex offenders, insisting all they are guilty of is an “error of professional judgement”. .. In 2001 it became illegal for teachers to have any intimate or sexual affair with any pupil in their school under 18. If found guilty of doing so, the teacher would face instant dismissal, be made to sign the sex offenders register and possibly face jail. But NASUWT general secretary Chris Keates told the Tonight show it’s wrong to criminalise these teachers.
She said: “This isn’t a person who is showing any tendencies for being a sex offender—this is a person who’s made a serious error of professional judgement.
“I don’t think they need to be criminalised by being put on a sex offenders register.”
“There is a real anomaly in the law that we are concerned about,” she added.
“If a teacher has a relationship with a pupil at the school at which they teach — it could be an 18-year-old pupil in the sixth form — then that teacher can be prosecuted and can end up on the sex offenders register.
“It does seem a step too far — when there has been a consensual relationship — to put that person on a sex offenders register when, in fact, they could have a perfectly legitimate relationship with an 18- year-old still enrolled at another school.”
Dean’s relationship with his teacher, who was 22 at the time, began when he was given a mobile phone by her for doing well in class.
It had one number on it—her own—and her texts quickly turned sexual. She arranged intimate meetings between lessons, swearing Dean to secrecy.
But after 18 months the strain got too much and he exposed the relationship.
Prentice received a suspended sentence and was made to sign the sex offenders register.
Dean said: “It affected me in a big way, my personality and things, and I started to do stupid things after it and not be myself.
“It took me a long time to get myself back together.”
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