Water Sports

Here we go again:

A Florida teacher’s aide was arrested for allegedly having sex with two 15-year-old students in a community pool near her condo building, a report said. The aide, 27-year-old Kirstie None Rosa, allegedly had sex with one of the students several times at his house and her condo.

She seems to be quite a babe, judging from her (non-mugshot) pic, which leads me to ask why she would go after 15-year-old boys;  but such is the derangement of Modern Grrrls, I guess it’s pointless to question her motives.

And no, we never had such luck when I was 15… we had to put up with rejection from girls of our own age group, like everyone else.

It’s getting to where I should consider changing the tag from “Men & Women” to “Boys & Women”, FFS.


  1. I’ve met people, women especially, for whom high school is the high water mark of their social lives. Back when I was in school we had our fun, but the general intent in my mind was to get educated and then go out and have a real life. I’ve met a woman, in her 50’s, that still talks constantly about her stint as captain of the high school drill team. As if nothing in the past 30-some-odd years has been better than that brief flicker of time in her past. And then she became super involved in her child’s high school experience by managing booster clubs, volunteering to chaperone school trips, etc.

    Today we treat our grown children like infants and fantasize about the high school existence (look at how many movies are based on teenagers). It may be possible that women like the one in the article is simply still trying to be the most popular girl in school. IDK, but I really don’t recall anything like this in the past. Men raping teenage girls, yes, perverts are easier to understand, but women who definitely can get laid anywhere anytime still picking up high school boys?

  2. Why 15 yo boys? They are eager to please, they don’t know enough to demand their own way, they are not all hairy, they are super stiff, and they have low refractory time. Everything you would want in a sex toy. Why is that so difficult to understand?

  3. “And no, we never had such luck when I was 15… we had to put up with rejection from girls of our own age group, like everyone else.”

    Upon further reflection, that seems to be the one constant in my life.

  4. When I was in school, we addressed all of our female teachers as “Sister _________”, so there were no thoughts of sex from our perspective.

    This young man with whom she cavorted certainly has a story to tell the grandchildren about.

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