Teacher Sex Scandal

A sex scandal involving Utah High school teacher Melissa Andreini, 29, and a 15 year old boy, resulted in Ms. Andreini being sentenced to only 120 days in jail. Utah's male teachers involved in sex scandals with the same age girl appear to receive (on average) 1.5 - 3 years jail time.

Some now claim there is a nationwide gender double standard within America's judicial system. Many female teachers involved in sex scandals appear to get far less jail time than their male counterparts.

For example, Christy Brown, 33, a teacher at Utah Cyprus High School, was convicted of having sex with a 16-year-old boy yet served no jail time. Cameo Patch, a 29-year-old substitute high school teacher was found guilty of engaging in sex acts with a 17-year-old student. She also served no time. In another scandal, Autumn Lee Leathers, 25-year-old English teacher at Mountain Ridge High School, Maryland had a sexual relationship with a 15 year old male student. Again - no jail time. Instead, she received a one year suspended sentence. This is the same state where female delegates recently introduced a dating bill for men. The bill requires all Maryland men to submit fingerprints & background information for investigation before they can communicate with foreign woman thru international dating sites. The female delegates claim men take advantage of foreign women - yet it was the female teacher who took advantage of a minor & went unpunished!

Some groups defend an adult women's "right" to have sexual relations with a 15 year old boy but express outrage at a 15 year old girls relationship with an adult man. These same groups also claim girls mature faster than boys. If so, then BOYS ARE LESS MENTALLY PREPARED FOR A SEXUAL RELATIONSHIP THAN GIRLS. THIS MAKES BOYS EASIER TO MANIPULATE THAN GIRLS. In a sexual relationship, adult women manipulate boys like puppets - thus making the judicial double standard appalling.

This judicial double standard also extends to other areas of crime such as domestic violence and robbery. In the American judicial system, female criminals are never held accountable for their actions to the same degree as males.

The reason is feminism.

A member of the website Antimisandry discovered a 'National Institute of Corrections'(NIC) document titled "Sentencing Women Offenders: A Training Curriculum for Judges". The document was written by the National Association of Women Judges and advocates a two tiered sentencing system. One for men and one for women. The document can be summarized with its statements "A strong case can be made that those who sentence women offenders are morally and ethically justified, perhaps even mandated, in ensuring that levying the same sentence on a female offender as on a male offender does not in reality impose far greater deprivations on the woman because of her gender." and " In many cases, that lack of information {about women criminals} leads to oversanctioning." Thus women should not be sentenced the same as men for the same crime.
This conclusion is based on standard feminist theory that men are inherently evil and women are inherently good. The feminist judiciaries also state "{Research by Women's Groups} is better understanding the roles of physical and sexual abuse, drug addiction, and mental illness in shaping the criminal involvement of these women." and "{A women} is likely to have been the subordinate member in a coercive relationship with a male criminal whom they assisted in committing the crime." Thus, the judiciaries claim a woman's involvement in crime is a man's fault - and, ofcourse, a man's involvement in crime is a man's fault.

Another NIC document titled "Women and the Criminal Justice System: Gender Matters" also supports the idea of a two tiered sentencing system. The document was written by a Women's Studies professor & states that gender should matter in the sentencing of criminals.

The NIC has a host of other feminist documents written over the last decade which advocate lighter sentencing for women, claiming that men drive women to commit crimes. While none of these documents are law, they appear to be used as guidelines in the American Judicial system. This is similar to education documents issued by the feminist group "The Women's Law Center". These education documents are not law, yet most school districts adhere to them. This is the reason why boys aged 4 to 10 are suspended for alleged sexual harassment in schools.

In America, judicial law has been replaced by feminist law. And that is a disgrace.

Individuals should be judged solely on the basis of their actions not their gender or race or religion or other such stupidity.

It's not a lighter sentence idiot, it's a more appropriate one. You clearly don't understand the research side of this. Maybe you should read the appropriate stats and research before spewing bigotry.
Spoken like a true female chauvinist (ie feminist).
There are some reasons for the differences in sentencing that aren't related to a feminist conspiracy theory.

Firstly, consider the point of convictions.

To protect society - this part is merely theorising on my part but is it not possible that women are less likely to reoffend? I know the risk of men reoffending is quite high.

Punishment - well I suppose for breaking the law a punishment is required. However these punishments take into consideration many things, the victims emotional responses being one of the top ones. Males don't appear to suffer a negative emotional response to the abuse at least in comparison to females. So of course the sentence will be lighter

Deterrent - The stats of women commiting crimes of sexual abuse and rape are quite low in comparison to men, so a deterrent is far less necessary.

It is about justice not vengence.
How do U know who is going to commit a crime (reoffend) again in the future?? Giving a person extra jail time just because that person is a man is simple bigotry. That’s like saying somebody should get extra jail time because they are black. People should be judged and sentenced according to the actions they took, not according to their race / gender. It shouldn't matter whether that person is a man or a woman. If their actions are the same then so should be their jail sentence.

Emotional response? So if person "A" and person "B" has their ribs broken by an attacker - but person "B" has more mental fortitude than person "A" and thus is more emotionally determined to recover - this makes an assault on person "B" less of a crime???? Utterly ridiculous.
Why should person "B" be penalized just because they are more mentally determined?
The crime is the same and so should be the punishment. As you said - its a matter of justice.
Ridicule is the language of the devil.
US women the B!TCH.
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