Sex Dept. of Student-Teacher Relations
posted by June 6 at 8:42 AMon
Back in April the principal of a Catholic boy’s school made a friendly wager with three 14 year-old boys: He would pay each of them $15 and kiss their bare feet 50 times if they won a student-teacher volleyball game. Surprise! The kids won, and the principal paid up and kissed the boys bare feet, over and over again, fifty freakin’ times. Alert parents complained, police investigated, and no one could see this coming:
…400 photos depicting adult foot fetish behavior were found on two school computers seized from Holloway’s office. The photos depicted the scenarios that he had engaged in with the boys.
The principal was fired and charged with “sexual imposition,” which I didn’t know was a crime, and unauthorized use of public property. (The school’s computers, not the boys’ feet.)
I was reminded of this story when I saw this picture over at the Associated Press this morning. It seems another teacher lost a bet with students. A physical education teacher in Mahomet, Illinois, agreed to let her students turn her into “a human sundae” if they raised enough money for the Red Cross. They did, and as you can see in the picture the teacher—Lu Rippy—is covered in ice cream, chocolate sauce, sprinkles, and cereal.
Uh… I don’t know how to break this to the folks in Mahomet… but it’s entirely possible their PE teacher is a fetishist too. From DevientDesires.com…
While outsiders might assume that messy fun has something to do with playing around with scat (shit) and golden showers (urine), it’s really far more lighthearted than that. Messy fetishists get off on anything from baked beans poured over crinolines to brides falling in swimming pools and snorkeling in rubber clothing in quicksand. It’s about messing up the strictures of everyday life and throwing a pie in the face of society’s rules and regulations. For true messy fetishists, taking a slapstick approach to breaking taboos about propriety is an intensely ecstatic experience.
Bill Shipton, publisher of Splosh! Magazine (the UK’s premiere messy fun mag) devides the messy crowd into three main subgroups: wetlook (water) mudlarking (mud and clay) and sploshing (food and paint, etc.). As a general rule, messy fans require that mess be thrown on people wearing clothes.
Maybe it’s time for another police investigation?