British Scholar Encourages Colleagues To Enjoy Female Students
University of Buckingham vice-chancellor Terence Kealey is encouraging his male colleagues to enjoy the curves of their female students - but to look, not touch.
Kealey wrote an article on lust in the Times Higher Education Magazine in a series about the seven deadly sins of academia. In the article, he compared the classroom to a lap dancing club, and said that admiring the curves of students is a good way to spice up your sex life at home.
The bio-chemist wrote:
"Most male lecturers know that, most years, there will be a girl in class who flashes her admiration and who asks for advice on her essays. What do do? Enjoy her! She's a perk."
The scholar has defended his position in another issue of Times. He stresses that he does not encourage relationships between students and techers, but rather tells teachers to stay away. But the piece has drawn a lot of criticism from teachers and students alike, some of whom are, according to BBC News, appaled at Kealey's lack of respect for women.
"Any scholar, who assumes that female students who show interest in the subject and ask for help because they have a crush on you or hope to manipulate you with their sexual charms, is a reality-challenged idiot.
"And anyone who thinks that female students are there in the classroom expressly as objects of the instructor's viewing pleasure needs to retire."