Too beautiful for jail? (again)

Posted on May 26, 2013 by

Well, predictable people are being predictable. The woman in the photo pictured here committed a form of statutory rape of a minor.

Hunt has been expelled from Sebastian River High School in Sebastian, Fla. and is charged with two counts of lewd and lascivious battery of a child 12 to 16 years of age as a result of the relationship.

The case began in February when Hunt was arrested and charged after the younger girl’s parents notified authorities, reportedly when Hunt turned 18. Since then, the story has garnered national attention for what some say is a gay rights issue.

In this case, an underage girl. She is, in other words, a pervert squared.

But nobody wants to say that cause she’s a lesbian (and lesbians are totally in-style now) and because she’s pretty. Well, pretty in that deranged way lesbians sometimes are, like Ellen DeGeneres.

My boyfriend in high school (who didn’t touch me with a ten-foot pole until I was over the age of maturity, but he’s a man so he has to follow the actual laws) actually dated a girl before me that looked just like that. No joke. She dumped him for another girl. Also, no joke.

Of course, the public is now engaged in a twisted re-enactment of the Clinton years, trying to figure out what “is” is. But really, she’s just too cute to lock up. You can’t throw the book at a face like that!

Read more: Too beautiful for jail? (the first)

Posted in: Gender Dynamics