Daily Mail Describes Alleged Statutory Rapist As “The Ultimate Cougar”
11:15 am, March 14th | by Amy Tennery
A female Florida police officer stands accused of the repeated and ongoing sexual abuse of several underage boys, according to the Daily Mail. The 32-year-old officer allegedly engaged in nearly “100 sex acts with a 15-year-old boy” and “stalked high school boys for sex” a police report claims. Basically, the allegations are downright horrific.
And what vernacular did Daily Mail use for its report on this accused woman? Let’s take a look at its headline:
The Ultimate Cougar? Former Police Officer Who Had ‘Sex With Teen 100 Times’ Had Stalked High School Boys For Sex’
Sure. Of course, by “Ultimate Cougar” I’m sure they meant… uhhh, “Possible Monster” or “Person Who, Depending On Her Guilt Or Lack Thereof, Definitely Needs Mental Health Treatment And Should Face A Considerable Amount Of Punishment, Per The Judgement Of The Court.” Of course that last one doesn’t roll off the tongue so great, does it?
“Cougar,” for those of you who aren’t aware, is a term bestowed upon women who enjoy younger partners (when the situation involves older men, they’re called “men,” FYI). And by younger, people don’t mean “of mental scarring age.”
Unless I misunderstood — in which case that Courtney Cox show was wildly inappropriate.