Female Teachers Who Slept with Students

By: Tish Smiley

Female Teachers Who Slept with Students
List of female teachers charged with sexual misconduct with their young male students. It is shocking to see how young the majority of the victims are. Most assume that if a female teacher finds herself in an inappropriate relationship with an underage boy, he must be very mature and manly. Not so. 

Female Teachers Who Slept with Students!
Almost fifty percent of these boys are 13 or younger.

  • Teacher who slept with 11yr old boy
    Carol Flannigan 50 
  • Teachers who slept with 12yr old boys
    Sherry Brians 41
    Mary Kay Letourneau 34
  • Teachers who slept with 13yr old boys
    Kelly Lynn Dalecki 28
    Pamela Turner 27
    Laura Lynn Findlay (22 counts)
  • Teachers who slept with 14yr old boys
    Debra LaFave
    Bethany Sherrill 24
    Tara Lynn Crisp 29
    Susan Eble 35
    Deana Bobo 37
    Lakina Stutts 40
  • Teacher with 16yr old boy
    Joan Marie Sladky 

Why do Female Teachers do it?
A study shows that female teachers who find themselves involved in statutory rape with their male students has a different motivation from men. According to Harry Krop, a licensed psychologist in Gainesville, FL, 'Men who have sex with girls tend to have sexual disorders, such as pedophilia. But for women, it's not about the sex, but rather the romance. These women has a need to be desired, to have someone find them attractive and the need for attention'. 

A Crime is Still a Crime
'Although the dynamics for female vs. male offenders are different, it's still a crime if the boy is underage, even if the sex is consensual,' says Ms. Steinbaum. 'Boys are often confused by messages they see in movies, TV and the media. They get the repetitive message that if they are presented with an opportunity to have sex, they are somehow required to comply to prove their masculinity. This is even more confusing if the offer comes from a woman in authority'.

We Must Protect Their Sons
'We need to protect our sons as well as our daughters', says Linda. 'It disturbs me that this can be so easily dismissed by society, especially because it's happening more often than you might think. School boards need to put serious deterrents in place to discourage other female teachers who might find themselves 'drawn' to their young male students.'

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