Sep 24 2009
Dr Terence Kealey, from Buckingham University, wrote on the Times Higher Education website last week, saying lecturers were aware of females who flaunted “their curves”. The National Union of Students said it displayed an “astounding lack of respect for women”.
Kealey released a statement today insisting that his article was “highly moral”, and that its purpose had been to point out the inappropriateness of staff-student relationships. “It says that sex between middle-aged academics and young undergraduates is wrong,” he said. “The crudeness of some of the examples was to underpin the inappropriateness of transgressional sex and that is a conventional literary device.
First of all, any male heterosexual college professor who denies that female students with “curves” are a perk to be enjoyed is clearly a liar.Â I would think 100% would agree to this off the record.
Second of all, the man is right.Â Are college girls today not dressed ridiculously down?Â They come into class with tank tops, push up bras and are practically wearing underwear shorts.Â Let’s give this guy some credit for saying something that we all already knew.
Plus, check out this guy after the jump.Â If he isn’t someone who’s dipped into the student ink then I don’t know who is.
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