Do young male teachers ever get attracted to their female students?

I'm purely just curious. Male teachers in their 20's, 30's, and 40's. Not attracted as in date, but if they see cleavage, a short skirt, a perfect body (in their eyes) or a thong strap do they get attracted? Sometimes the boys in school do when they see those things, but what do the teachers think?


Most Helpful Guy

  • Of course they get attracted. But it's like when your best friend is dating a girl you find really hot. Are you attracted? Sure. Do you do anything about it? Absolutely not, because acting on your attraction would be foolish and catastrophic. So you exercise restraint, and avoid potentially compromising situations.


What Guys Said 5

  • A strong man knows how to control his urges and how his thinking is directed. Problem is, with all the porn, promiscuity and bad marriages, men are under assault toward having sexual thoughts. Young girls in revealing clothes is just another part of that and, let's face it, a teaching situation can be up close and personal.

    But, a good man and a good teacher will know how to draw the line. There are just fewer and fewer of them.

  • i definitely think they do

    there's a lot of pervert teachers in my school

    like if you show some cleavage than you will probably get a good grade

    but to answer your question


    • Thanks bro

      I'll give all of them the memo

      you just saved this generation

  • Am 25yr old male teacher, am currently teaching in a girls' school. Girls tend to sit badly in class and I can't tell them to have a good sitting posture. What can I do?

  • of course they do.


What Girls Said 5

  • that's a VERY good question, I've always wondered

    that; I'm gonna watch and see what they say!

  • okay my student teacher (23?) had kind of a big thing for started with talking after class and then after school and then online/texting...he talked to me drunk a few times, and he told me (while sober) his girlfriend was jealous of me because I was young (16), smart, and gorgeous (she had met me...that was awkward). he never tried anything, but we hugged a few times...and I often caught him looking at me, especially when I wore low shirts. so to answer your question, I think so.

    the weirdest part was I was mildly attracted to him...

  • I have a question too

  • I have romantically goofy memories of my high school freshman and sophomore English teacher. His name was Anthony. I already knew for a fact that he already has a wife-to-be, but I ended up having a terrible crush on him. By the time he moved out of town, I'm sure that he knew that I had feelings for him.

    I remember that while I was 16 years old and Anthony was a month away from turning 30, Anthony had all of his students return all of their Japanese chopsticks to him, except ME. Anthony told me that I could keep my chopsticks. That was hauntingly sweet! Yet, I returned the chopsticks to him because I knew that, as mentioned before, he already has a wife-to-be (Teresa) ; I just couldn't give him the satisfaction that I kept the chopsticks, that I kept "his token of his love for me".

    Despite the fact that he was a high school professional, Anthony had, to some degree, a liking for me. I was a student and Anthony was a teacher. I am Asian, and Anthony's white. I am a least 14 years younger than Anthony. And yet, we almost fell for each other.

    So... YES, I believe that there are such teachers, like Anthony, who DO get fond of their female students.
    To my teacher, Anthony, I must have been "a strange Asian beauty", who loves to read the same books as he himself read, like "Amelia Bedilia" or "A jar of dreams". To him, I am " a really nice and smart girl." Above all, he seemed to appreciate me in a way that my own parents never had.

  • my academic adviser (college) sometimes acts like he finds me attractive. just the way he looks at me is different then what you would expect from someone in his position. most of the time I think I imagine it, because I analyze EVERYTHING...just who I am, but this I just feel in my gut. ya know?