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Teenage Girl 22/08/23(Tue)02:54 No. 25212 ID: 5f885f
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I was in a sexual relationship with my teacher in high school as an underaged student. He kicked me to the curb when I graduated and also confessed he had a serious relationship with a woman his age the entire time. He got fired from my school but somehow got re-hired at another school, this time an elementary school. Not sure if police/attorneys is an option because it's been too long and I didn't do anything about this back when it actually happened. What do?


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Teenage Girl 22/08/23(Tue)03:50 No. 25213 ID: 838b0b

It depends where you live. In PA they just dumped the statute of limitations. You can talk to a lawyer for a free consultation maybe? If you can still open the case they will sue the school.


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Teenage Girl 22/08/25(Thu)05:31 No. 25215 ID: c2770e

Im sorry but underage doesnt mean automatically innocent. Im tired of these statutory rape cases treating teens as automatic victims just because of their age.
If you willingly went into the relationship, thats on you.

Our modern society made a big mistake forcing young people to stay in school for more of their life span anyway


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Teenage Girl 22/09/09(Fri)05:47 No. 25240 ID: 95801d

Well it sounds like you shouldn’t have done that. We all have regrets, and taking responsibility & living with our poor decisions is part of growing up. And so, what did we learn???

That other people are responsible for our decisions…


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Teenage Girl 22/09/13(Tue)01:31 No. 25246 ID: 776662

>>25240
Unfortunately, society is hell bent on infantikizing the youth as to always make them look amoral/limbless entities when its the elders with their exploitative nostalgic projection of "innocence".


Brain development and hormone are not factors of moral conscience.

Schooling should not last for more than 14 years.
Especially liberal arts education.



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