Miss Lion, Miss Lion! I have a question.
Miss Lion, Miss Lion! I have the answer.
The boys raise their hands and hope to be called on.
Miss Lion, however, has something else in mind.
She’s trying to decide which boy to suck off.
Standardized testing creates a lot of stress. English
teachers and their colleagues in geography, Spanish
and arts appreciation all have it easy. Female teachers
of geometry and algebra have fantasies of blowing
their fourteen-year-old male students.
Why this should be so is not easy to explain.
It wasn’t so in my day. Mrs. Mills, I can assure you,
had no such thing on her mind. It’s most definitely
generational. Like their male counterparts in the NFL,
these gals seem determined to take a knee.
Have you noticed it’s always 23-year-old blondes with husbands
who get caught in the front seat with naked adolescents? Or
they bring a couple of teen-agers home for an orgy. They arouse
the boys first by sending naked photos on Instagram. Sooner or later
the pictures wind up on the Principal’s desk.
If you read the New York Post you’ll notice this phenomenon rarely
involves men. Male math teachers seem able to control themselves.
It’s the pretty wives of working class men who seem unable to resist.
What is it about pimply faces and little dicks that attracts these women?
Boredom, no doubt, plays a part. The boys, one assumes, are nervous wrecks.
Is it their innocence or their politeness? “Yes, Miss Lion, whatever
you say.” That must be a turn-on: Their sweet dispositions and their
soft peach fuzz. I can see how the ladies find them charming. All
across America, in cities like Chattanooga and Tulsa, Albuquerque
and Des Moines, Iowa, young female teachers seem desperate.
Interesting, too, how understanding and forgiving our judiciary is.
Men who molest students, male or female, get called perverts and
are prosecuted to the full extent of the law. 20 years to life is not
too much for these monsters. But the demure math teacher is forgiven.
She gets a suspended sentence or probation. Cock-sucking is natural.
Teaching provides little satisfaction. Perhaps herein lies the answer.
There is little learning and not much teaching. English teachers can
show movies. The Spanish teacher makes piñatas. In the gym, they play
tag and when nobody is watching, the coaches make the boys do pushups.
It’s the math teacher who wants to pull her hair out when the boys can’t count.
They don’t know their multiplication tables and they forget their calculators.
So, substitutes throw up their hands and offer to help the boys pass sex
education. They gamble away their lives, their good names, and their profession
to have an adolescent cock in their mouths. Who can blame them? This is, in
many instances, all they have to give. Our culture is bankrupt.
David Lohrey was born on the Hudson River but grew up on the Mississippi in Memphis. He currently teaches in Tokyo. He has reviewed books for The Los Angeles Times and The Orange County Register, has been a member of the Dramatists Guild in New York, and he is currently writing a memoir of his years living on the Persian Gulf. His latest book, The Other Is Oneself: Postcolonial Identity in a Century of War: 20th Century African and American Writers Respond to Survival and Genocide, is available on Amazon.com. He is also the author of Machiavelli’s Backyard from Sudden Denouement Publishing.