In the fantasy world of “barely legal” pornography, the teen girl is an ingénue longing for sexual initiation at the hands and body of an experienced older man. For an older man (the average male porn user is over 30) perhaps intimidated by the erotic and emotional demands of his own female peers, the imagined naïveté of a much-younger woman is a source of comfort. The less experience she has, the less likely she’ll mock his clumsiness and the more likely she’ll appreciate whatever savoir-faire he does possess. (from Why Do Men Love ‘Barely Legal’ Porn?)
Yet this is not true only for men. There is a batallion of women teachers jailed for having had sex with younger students:
A teacher who held sex and drugs parties at her home with underage teens has been jailed for ten years.
Sarah Jane Lindsay pleaded guilty to criminal sexual conduct and contributing to the delinquency of minors.
The 44-year-old staged summer sex parties at her home with her teaching colleague Audrey Beidleman Grabarkiewicz.
(via Daily Mail)
A special education teacher has been accused of having sex with two under-age students and sending them over a dozen nude photos of herself.
Andrea Ebert is alleged to have told the teens they would not get caught if they stayed quiet about the affair.
‘If you keep your mouth shut, we don’t have anything to worry about,’ the 30-year-old is alleged to have told one of the boys.
Ebert, a divorcee, is alleged to have had sex with the teens at her home in Cameron, Wisconsin.
A 38-year-old teacher has been charged with raping a student under the age of 16.
Heather Whitten, a married mother of three, was arrested by police at the Alabama School where she was worked as a fifth grade reading teacher.
Police have released few details about the alleged rape but confirmed the victim was aged between 12 and 16 years of age.