There are two thoughts that run through my mind every time a teacher/student sex scandal makes headlines:
- How sad of a person do you have to be to think that boning a kid between the ages of 11 and 13 is a good life decision?
The same goes for Lisa Rogers, a Texas guidance counselor at Blanco Middle School who was arrested this week for having an “inappropriate relationship” with a student. Now, if Lisa was 70, balding in spots and had skin that looks like she’s been exfoliating with Brillo Pad for the past five decades, that’s one thing. I’d get that. It’s still gross, but sometimes when you gotta fuck you wind up sticking your dick into the two-week-old leftovers that’ve migrated to the back of the fridge.
In other words, not every lay is going to be a good lay when you’re desperate and willing to take anything.
But look at her! She’s pretty! She’s normal! She doesn’t look like a meth dealer nor does she look like she eats meth for three meals a day (a quality I’d hope most school districts aim for). Lisa can do a helluva lot better than the unnamed student she’s accused of boning, which has gotta be a real bummer for her husband, Danny Rogers, because what does that say about him – “My wife would rather bone the kid who barely has a pube between his legs than me.”
That’s not to say that any of this is Danny’s fault; quite the contrary. Cheaters cheat because they’re selfish assholes who only care about themselves, so barring Danny forcibly inserting that poor kid’s dick into Lisa’s twat, in my book he’s off scot-free.
“It is with a heavy heart that I am writing to notify you that yesterday evening Blanco school officials were notified that Blanco Middle School counselor Lisa Rogers has been arrested and is accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a student,” a letter from Blanco Independent School District Superintendent Buck Ford read. “There is an ongoing criminal investigation, but we want to assure you that the safety and well-being of all our students remain our highest priority.”
The school district, however, has chosen to remain mum on the issue until further details are uncovered, issuing a statement that “Blanco Independent School District is aware that Lisa Rogers has been arrested and is accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a student. The district can offer no further details, but very much appreciates the respect and care our community has shown for our students and staff during this difficult time.”
The Texas Department of Public Safety is still investigating; it is not clear whether Rogers has been placed on administrative leave after the allegations came to light.
Straight up: would you? Vote yay or nay in the comments.