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Your boss analogy is all around wrong. You assert that the boss is a man, but the secretary (female) should be fired, and nothing happens to the boss? There are usually strict workplace relationship rules in order to prevent bosses from engaging in favoritism or abusing their power, so using that as an argument is pointless.
Shit even when boss/secretary relationships are consensual they end careers - look at the CEO of Best Buy, dude lost a long career over banging his secretary this spring.
Gender double-standards aside, I think it's still quite ridiculous that 17 is not a legal age in some U.S. states. If this happened in Canada there would be nothing illegal about it.
Having said that, grown adults shouldn't be creeping up young people in their teens. It's weird regardless of the genders involved.
Also, it's a major no-no for any teacher to abuse his or her power/influence in any manner. Even if it were legal in her state there's no question that she should be fired.
Last edited by FathomFear; 2012-10-09 at 07:11 PM.
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The underage ones can't be blamed in any of these situations, such is the point of them being underaged. I wouldn't have anything negative to say to my own son, or even my daughter if it was revered. I would however, have a very big problem with the one responsible for the abuse.
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One cannot simply quit wow his way into Mordor.
"Hey dad, I have been thinking about becoming a prostitute."He's free to have sex with whomever he wishes, assuming its safe sex.
Would you accept that?