momlogic's Jayne: I thought we'd be able be able to end the year without another (ugly and/or old) female teacher being arrested for having sex with a student -- I was wrong!
The day before Christmas, 23-year-old Hope Jacoby, an athletic trainer at Tustin High School in California, was arrested and charged with suspicion of oral copulation with a minor and unlawful sex with a minor after she allegedly had sex with a student the police identified only as a male student who is 14 - 17 years old.
Once again, I was outraged at the thought of a hideously ugly (and much older) woman taking advantage of young boys with raging hormones and no sense. Well, imagine my surprise when I actually saw a picture of Ms. Jacoby. Not only is she not the toothless hillbilly I imagined having oral sex in a car with a child, she's actually H-O-T - and when I say hot I don't mean, girl next door hot, I mean young boy, fantasy-inducing hot.
That got me to thinking, is it really a "crime" if the woman this boy slept with is better looking than any of the girls at his school?? Yes, I know that as a trainer at the school she was in a position of authority and really should have known better, and yes, if the boy in question is actually 14, instead of 17, that makes me mad. But if the boy is 17, as reports say he might be, then is it really so bad?
I believe that young boys can be be traumatized after being lured into sex by a desperate, lonely, "I can't find anyone else to sleep with" hag. But if the woman in question is young, hot, and desirable by many, don't you think that there's a really big chance that the boy (or boys) in question might have actually wanted to be with her -- really really badly?
I know that this isn't going to be a popular opinion, but I'm sticking to it and I'll bet if you showed ANY man a picture of Jacoby they would say that they definitely would have had sex with her in high school and it would NOT have traumatized them.
Take a look at our gallery of naughty female teachers and tell us if you think the looks and age of the teacher makes a difference.