Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Traumatized for Life

Today we learn about an irreversible trauma. A female teacher inflicted it on a male student in Missouri.

The perpetrator, who has just been arrested, is high school substitute teacher Loryn Barclay. She is 24. Her victim was 17. The stories do not tell us whether or not he was in a class she taught.

The Daily Mail details the brutal traumas that Barclay forced the boy to suffer:

Loryn Barclay of Washburn, Missouri, allegedly had oral sex with the teen in his car and on multiple occasions between November 2016 and January 2017 at his home in while she worked as a substitute teacher at Monett High School in Lawrence County, reported The Monett Times.

She also reportedly admitted having intercourse with him twice at his home, said the outlet.

On Sunday, she was charged with six counts of sexual contact with a student in two counties.

Think of it. She traumatized him in two counties.

One hopes that with counseling the boy will recover. For your edification, here’s evidence, in the form of Barclay’s mug shot.

Loryn Barclay, 24, is charged with six counts of having sexual relations with a student 


trigger warning said...

I think he might make it. In fact, there might be a book deal somewhere out there.

Ignatius Acton Chesterton OCD said...
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Ignatius Acton Chesterton OCD said...

Who said boys and girls aren't different?

Imagine if the gender roles were reversed in this case...

It would seem that gender roles are essential distinctions, and that as human beings we have an innate need to protect the innocent from adult predation. But it is also clear that people have an instinctual response to adult male teacher preying on schoolgirls versus an adult woman schoolteacher preying on a 17-year-old boy. Traumatic... right.

This is a clear demonstration of why sexual deviants and predators should be allowed in any bathroom of their choice, because we know traditional standards of bathroom restrictions are based on close-minded propriety. However the transgendered "identify" at a given moment is a definitive, clear standard... and you must comply with their wishes.

trigger warning said...

Sex is for organisms.

Gender is for nouns.

Anonymous said...

Time to stop calling these boys "victims" and refer to them as what they really are: "Lucky Bastards!"