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All My Exes Live in Texas

restoreliberty Wrote: Aug 21, 2012 7:10 PM
this case is not about morality it is about POWER -- this teacher had the power to influence the grades of both students who participated in her "fantasies" and those who declined would you like to know that your child got a F in her class because he/she did NOT have "consenting" sex with this POS or how about if your child got turned down for admission to college because someone with a bigger d i c k and an IQ of 45 somehow made an A in this woman's class without ever doing homework or passing an exam it is not consent if one person has the POWER to affect your grades, your job, your finances, etc. but then again maybe you will be a pleased parent when your child is giving blow jobs to get into college
nawlins72 Wrote: Aug 21, 2012 7:16 PM
"this case is not about morality it is about POWER -- this teacher had the power to influence the grades of both students who participated in her "fantasies" and those who declined"

Because you continue to claim this does not make it true. WHERE does it say that the boys were there under duress? Your hypotheticals are irrelevant, since they do not correspond to the facts of this case.

"it is not consent if one person has the POWER to affect your grades, your job, your finances, etc."

So free will and moral responsibility are irrelevant, huh? So long as someone has the POTENTIAL of influence (since you can't show actual coercion), then personal responsibility flies out the window.



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