A recent New York Post video shows a psychologist explaining the reasons why women sleep with young, male students. If the genders were reversed, a video such as this would never see the light of day.
Today, while scrolling through social media, I stumbled across this video.
Right off the bat, notice the sad, depressing music, obviously being used to generate feelings of sorrow and compassion for the real victims - the women who "had sex with" (not raped, mind you), their students. Mugshots are then shown of the poor scared, helpless women who are simply misunderstood, along with text below every one of their photos, indicating the age of the student they "had sex with."
The psychologists goes on to explain the reasons why the women are doing this. They are, obviously, trying to recreate old emotions and memories of their youth. He makes sure to let you know the horror that many of his patients are "hospitalized, or placed on heavy medication." He also lets us know that "many of these teachers are good teachers, and now they're going to lose their license and never teach again!" Sounds like another attempt to make me feel bad for them. Consequences for your actions suck, don't they?
He leaves us with this quote: "It's horrible what people can do when a lust relationship becomes associated with attachment."
No rape occurred here, fellas - it was a lust relationship associated with attachment.
This video displays what we here already know: women are viewed differently than men by society, and are treated differently.
Female teachers don't rape. They "have sex with" students and become engaged in "lust relationships."
Make sure that you have compassion on these women and understand this behavior stems from mental illness. It's not their fault.
(P.S. Continue to wonder why none of your hot female teachers banged you when you were in high school.)