Most teachers say their job gets in the way of their personal lives, according to a new survey in which teachers complained they were too tired for sex. The survey from the Teacher Support Network, reveals that heavy workloads leave teachers, particularly women and more mature teachers, with little time for their love lives. And teachers are more secretive than the gossipy staffroom would allow. There could be good reason for secrecy among single teachers in schools.
Sexual & Gender Diversity - Teachers | Teaching Sexual Health
Sexuality is an important and central part of every human being. Many people use words that assume everyone is heterosexual and cisgender heteronormative language. Fear about how family and friends may react as well as fear of bullying, harassment, discrimination and prejudice may stop young people from publicly identifying as a sexual or gender minority. Teachers play an important role in helping students develop and show respect for sexual and gender diversity. Below is a list of common terms and definitions you may hear related to sexual and gender diversity. These terms are NOT labels.
The revelation that Judy Buranich, the same woman teaching classics like "Catcher in the Rye" to high school students, also writes erotic novels with names like "Rednecks 'n' Romance" shocked a small group of parents in the town of Middleburg, Penn. They called up local news outlets, which were all too happy to relay the parents' tasty morsels of outrage and paranoia, like: "I don't want my son sitting in her class thinking, is she looking at him in a certain way. At no point was Buranich, who writes erotica as Judy Mays, in danger of losing her job; sanely, the administration didn't actually consider disciplining her over her legal side-job. But there is clearly something irresistible about teachers with decidedly adult extracurricular activities, and many have not been so lucky as Buranich. In , a Florida biology teacher was fired after photos of her in a bikini were discovered online interestingly enough, after failing to find a new teaching job, she turned to porn.
Six Alabama teachers have been suspended after group chats leaked in which they called students racial slurs, made transphobic remarks and speculated on their students' sex lives. Houston County Superintendent David Sewell announced that an executive session would be held to "indirectly" discuss what to do about the suspensions at a regular school board meeting held on Monday, in order to protect the privacy of the teachers involved. He told the Associated Press that the teachers likely wouldn't be fired because of a lack of extant policy for such allegations. The group chat, entitled "Bad A B's," was accessed by a student and subsequently leaked on November The student became privy to its existence when a teacher gave him her phone during school hours.