NEW HAVEN, CT – One prominent university has put a ban on the fantasies of many undergrads and possibly teachers!
Whether you admit it or not, a large percentage of undergrads have had the “hots” for one of their teachers at one point or another. There is no doubt that teachers have also had a thought or two about starting something “extra-curricular” with their students. Yale University has laid down the law and student-teacher involvement shall remain just a fantasy.
Deputy Povost Charles Long has been trying to ban sex between undergrads and professors since 1983 and after decades of debate, he’s finally succeeded in his mission. The newly implemented policy will make anything besides intellectual connection between professors and undergrads illegal.
“I remember a reliable member of the faculty,” Long told Yale’s Alumni magazine, “who said, ‘it really is kind of simple. Parents don’t send their kids to Yale to sleep with their professors. Why don’t we say that?”
Undergrads, according to Yale’s student handbook, “are particularly vulnerable to the unequal institutional power inherent in the teacher-student relationship and the potential for coercion, because of their age and relative lack of maturity.”
The law does not extend to graduate or professional students. As long as a teacher does not have “direct pedagogical or supervisory responsibilities” then all bets are off.

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