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    NYC high school teacher arrested for sex with underage student in motel: cops; Charged with rape



    A city high school teacher was arrested Friday for bedding an underage student at a hot-sheets motel in Long Island, police said.

    Tara Driscoll, 33, an english teacher at the Campus Magnet high school, in Cambria Heights, Queens, is accused of having the sex tryst with the unidentified student on March 19 at the Capri Motel in Lynbrook, Nassau County police said.

    The boy, who is under 17 years old, was a student at Campus Magnet, but it's unclear if Driscoll taught him.

    When the student's mother learned of the encounter, she alerted police, cops said.

    Driscoll, who has worked as a teacher for city since 2006 and earns nearly $57,000 a year, surrendered to special victims investigators Friday morning, cops said. She was charged with rape and criminal sexual act.

    Driscoll is still employed by the city, but has been reassigned out of the classroom, the city Education Department said.

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    I do not understand the draw these [usually semi-attractrive] female teachers have to much younger male students. Ew.
    Also, what is a "hot-sheets motel"?? Does that mean like hourly-rate, crackhead motels?

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    This trend is downright disturbing.
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    I'm 33 and the thought of bumping it with a high schooler is just gross.
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    Of all the men a woman can choose from, why would she choose a teenager? Even as a teenager, I never saw the appeal of teenage boys, yet here she is sneaking around and have sex with one. Obviously, it's a serious mental issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorito_dirtbag View Post
    I do not understand the draw these [usually semi-attractrive] female teachers have to much younger male students. Ew.
    Also, what is a "hot-sheets motel"?? Does that mean like hourly-rate, crackhead motels?
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    This trend is downright disturbing.
    I'm not sure it's a trend. I wonder if this is something that has always happened, but that attitudes of past eras regarding gender and sexuality and so forth just led people to dismiss it as "young men getting an education, wink wink".

    Take this friend of mine. Nice guy, but all fucked up. One of the hallmarks of his dysfunctional upbringing is that his Dad's idea of an appropriate sexual initiation for him was to take him to a whorehouse at the age of 16. My friend still remembers him telling the women "you should pay me for the chance to do this!" given that my friend was not only a young virgin but also a very cute, blue-eyed blond kid.

    Sick, huh. But apparently nobody made a stink about it. And my friend's Dad wasn't some total low-life criminal in obvious terms, he was a hardworking, law-abiding guy who supported his family etc. etc.

    My fear is that a lot of guys still think like that. Hell, if I even show this story around somebody (male, often older) will laugh and say "she's sexy! I would've loved to have had her come onto me in high school." I always wonder at such times, had it actually happened, would it really have been all that great? Could they even admit that?

    Anyway, these stories always seem to inspire a lot of debate. I just think that obviously it's wrong, and that also age does make a difference. If the boy was 17 1/2 it's still wrong but probably much less damaging to him. Potentially anyway. If he was like 13, then it's wrong AND what a super crazy bitch.

    I may get flack for this but I think many normal women occasionally look at 17 or 18 year old boys and think "nice!" But we don't ACT on it. I just usually feel sorry for them for some reason. They just look so vulnerable, trying to be all tough and like that. And I guess that sense of their vulnerability is what pisses me off even more about these stories.
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    ^ I agree. I don't think it's a trend, it's always happened. We just hear about it a lot now.

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    I wouldn't be surprised if it was happening more often than, say, 20 or 30 years ago. One trend I've observed over the years is that more adults seem to try to hold onto their youth longer. I'm over 50 and I remember when adults dressed differently, looked older, acted older, didn't listen to teen music, etc. That might contribute.

    I think some of these broads might be reliving their youth a bit and trying to get back the intensity of the relationships they had when they were teenagers.

    It is disturbing--it's like no one knows how to be an adult anymore and resist acting on their impulses. And the flip side is hyper-sexualization of kids, especially girls. Put those two things together and the line between adult and child seems to have blurred.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BBDSP View Post
    I wouldn't be surprised if it was happening more often than, say, 20 or 30 years ago. One trend I've observed over the years is that more adults seem to try to hold onto their youth longer. I'm over 50 and I remember when adults dressed differently, looked older, acted older, didn't listen to teen music, etc. That might contribute.

    I think some of these broads might be reliving their youth a bit and trying to get back the intensity of the relationships they had when they were teenagers.

    It is disturbing--it's like no one knows how to be an adult anymore and resist acting on their impulses. And the flip side is hyper-sexualization of kids, especially girls. Put those two things together and the line between adult and child seems to have blurred.
    You've made some good points. I've noticed how a lot of people in their late twenties/early thirties still act more like they are in their late teens. So you're right, that could have something to do with it.

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    ^that and the whole glamorization of the "cougar". younger guys (and teens?) think they are bad ass to be with an older woman.
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    pedo is a pedo, with a vagina or a cock
    we don't have to make love to have an orgasm

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    Quote Originally Posted by caramel View Post
    pedo is a pedo, with a vagina or a cock
    Yes, and this woman is a solid pedo.
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    She's not a paedophile if the boy isn't prepubescent! That word gets thrown around too much IMO. He could be 16 for all we know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarzy View Post
    She's not a paedophile if the boy isn't prepubescent! That word gets thrown around too much IMO. He could be 16 for all we know.
    I think pedo has become a generic word for kid predators. Makes no difference if he is 16 1/2, she is still a predator.
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    Quote Originally Posted by McJag View Post
    I think pedo has become a generic word for kid predators. Makes no difference if he is 16 1/2, she is still a predator.
    I agree! He's still a child.

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