Some forums can only be seen by registered members. OK, Just thought I would get some input from some folks around here. I'm 27 and teach college. I take my job very seriously, and never think to jeopardize my career and reputation.
When I was a senior in college, I took this really difficult English literature class. The only good thing about it was that my year-old professor, Peter not his real name , was so hot. And smart. Yeah, he was pretty much the sexiest man ever. At first, I tried to keep my cool and stay away from him, since he graded my papers and all. But after a particularly flirty one-on-one meeting, I couldn't hold back. So I asked him if he had time that night to discuss the grad program he'd completed
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While relationships between students and professors aren't unheard of, they can be a source for all kinds of problems. A professor is in a position of authority over a student, whether or not he or she is that student's teacher or supervisor, which makes any dating arrangement tricky at best. Ultimately, if the two are consenting adults there's no scenario where it's OK for a high school teacher to date a current student , there's not much anyone can do to prevent them from pursuing a romantic relationship. But expect there to be consequences.