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“Some are very attractive and you think, you can get a man your own age, what are you doing?But it’s about having a connection with that person.” It means that this type of ‘teacher-lover’ doesn’t always have deep-rooted mental issues. Donald Findlater, director of research at the Lucy Faithfull Foundation, which researches sex abuse, estimates that 10 to 15 per cent of adults will have occasional sexual interest in a teenager.
They frame it that way and over look that they’re a child.We don’t always see her as a sex offender or the boy as a victim.Clinic psychologist Dr Jacquie Hetherton explains: “Women are stereotypically kind and loving and gentle and that doesn’t fit with our view of abusers.When we hear about examples in the news, we think, maybe the child misinterpreted it? We think ‘it can’t be that harmful for the child’, but research shows it is for people when they realise what happened. “People tend to go, ‘it can’t be that bad’, and ‘cor lucky him’, especially if it’s an attractive teacher,” says Dr Hetherton.“Society kind of endorses or supports [how the perpetrator sees the situation].” Typically, when an older woman offends by having a relationship with someone she’s in charge of professionally, they fit into a psychological category known as the ‘teacher-lover’.