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[NSFW] How could I seduce my college professor?

Asked by 01101101 (250points) March 17th, 2016

I had this professor and he’s extremely hot. When he talks in class it’s like he’s about to take his belt off and slap my ass with it, pull my hair and talk dirty in my ear while he’s pounding his way in the tunnel of love. Sometimes, when he looks at me, he smiles and you know when he does that it makes me so horny… And I notice that I’m the only student he remembers in class. Just looking at him talking in front makes me wet.

I don’t want any relationship with this professor, but I want to be friends with him, and probably ask him if he wants to have sex with me or have a threesome with my boyfriend. I want to let him know that I don’t want anybody in the campus to know, and that I won’t let anybody know, too, just the three of us. I know that teacher-student relationships are frowned upon, but that’s not what I’m onto. This is something personal, and I don’t think my private life is the school’s business, I just want to explore, I want to keep everything private and our identities safe.

I’m 21 and he’s in his late 20s. I think he loves going to parties and events and socialising, because I often hear him talk such, so I guess it won’t be hard to talk to him since he’s not that old. But, how could I ask him? I could talk to him like a “friend” but I can’t ask him anything about sex? How can I politely ask him to have sex with me and my boyfriend? Any tips?

Again, this is only something personal I want to do, it’s not a big deal. Thanks!

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Darth_Algar's avatar

There’s got to be hundreds of helpful videos on sites like RedTube that can advise you on just this situation.

Seek's avatar

I would seriously recommend waiting until he is no longer your professor.

You may find you’re more attracted to the fact that he is in an authority position over you than you are attracted to the person himself.

janbb's avatar

Not a good move at all. Leave it alone if it’s “no biggie”; it could well cost him his job. Save your wetness for your boyfriend.

zenvelo's avatar

If that is really your goal, and you aren’t out to just trap him into a sexual harassment/ethics violation, go to his office hours and talk privately with him.

But realize that while your sex life is not the school’s business, his sex life is the school’s business as long as you are his student. It is an ethical violation on his part,even if you are the one to initiate.

CWOTUS's avatar

Regardless of how you feel about him, about the dynamic between you and him, and whether it’s “nobody else’s business how you conduct your life” and so forth (and I think that @Seek and @janbb have given you the best advice so far, and good advice, too), it should matter to him. He’s in a position where the college most definitely does care about his relationships with his students.

They may fire him summarily if news of this union comes out (assuming the union results as you currently dream). And “in his late 20s” he may not be a full professor, with tenure. An event like this in his past could ruin any potential academic career for him.

And you’re thinking “how you’re thinking right now”. What if he’s a lousy lay? What if your boyfriend gets jealous? What if he turns out to be something other than what you fantasize? There are any number of bad outcomes that could turn worse. One of you speaks to the wrong person, for example, or one of you wants revenge on one or both of the others. Or everything is going just swimmingly… and someone finds out completely by accident.

There’s a ton of decent plot points and twists here. Why not assuage your fantasy by writing the novel, instead.

josie's avatar

Go to his office and recite the first paragraph in your details. See what he says. Go from there.

cookieman's avatar

college professor here

If one of my students came to my office and began reciting the first paragraph from the details above, she wouldn’t get through the second sentence before I put an end to the conversation, walked her out into the very busy hallway, and said, “I’m sorry, this is entirely inappropriate. How about you focus on your schoolwork.”

XOIIO's avatar

Oh my god, this is a real question? Holy crap.

ARE_you_kidding_me's avatar

Have some respect and keep your fantasy to yourself. Profs are usually stressed out enough .

flutherother's avatar

That would be as easy as falling off a log. What you ought to learn is how to avoid trying to seduce college professors. It tends to get them into terrible trouble.

SecondHandStoke's avatar

^ Clearly all professors are shallow skirtchasers with not a modicum of self restraint. TIL.

Buttonstc's avatar

I concur with everyone else who said to leave the poor guy alone (unless you’re trying to cost him his job)

Also, has it even occured to you that, unless your boyfriend is bisexual, his idea of a threesome is vastly different from your own ? A typical heterosexual male is fantasizing a three way with himself and two other women. You might like another guy involved, but, unless he’s bi, I assure you that your boyfriend will not welcome that idea at all.

Jeruba's avatar

My late father, a professor of philosophy at an extremely conservative religious college, once had a young female student come to his office in a long fur coat, which she opened to reveal all of her in full view.

I believe he escorted her to the psychology department.

Rarebear's avatar

It’s a really REALLY good way to get him fired.

Jak's avatar

So. He’s hot. You like him because “he’s hot”. What if he were proven to be a pedophile? What if he turns out to be a Trump supporter? What if he is an ICP fan and wears clown make up and commits random acts of violence? Is being hot your sole criteria? Just curious.

NerdyKeith's avatar

I would advise against this. What you are experiencing is a temporary infatuation. He is your professor and he is there to educate you; noting more.

Dutchess_III's avatar

Well, you sound like everything an intelligent, well educated man would want in a wife. Just go in his office and take off your cloths.

CWOTUS's avatar

—the letter “e”?

Dutchess_III's avatar

AND her clothes. Too.

XOIIO's avatar

Revised title for this question. “How to act like a slut”, because that’s pretty much what it would take if the professor was willing.

Dutchess_III's avatar

_If_he was willing. I find the more intelligent the man, usually the less prone he is to tripping over his dick at any chance to get laid.
If you succeed @01101101, I wouldn’t feel too terribly honored or proud.

Jeruba's avatar

I’ve never noticed any correlation with intelligence.

Darth_Algar's avatar

@Jak

A Juggalo who’s intelligent enough to have not only graduated high school, but to have become a college professor? I would pay money to witness such a rare creature.

Dutchess_III's avatar

@Jeruba It’s a matter of degree (ha ha.) Of course all men want sex, and most men can be seduced eventually, but how quickly and how much work is required is the difference.

Unofficial_Member's avatar

This kind of infatuation will wane over time. I have heard similar cases with teachers as well (minus the threesome, of course).

Since your ‘plea’ attract my sympathy I will suggest that if you really want to test your luck you can play the anonymous, safe way for both you and your professor. Simply ask him for a walk in private, and ask him “You know, if you’re offered an opportunity for threesome with your a beautiful, sexy student, will you take it?”

You then judge from his answer and expression before making your moves (beware for jokes, however). Whatever his answer is, all you need to say is ” Oh that was only hypothetical question” so you won’t be held responsible for initiating such inappropriate idea.

We don’t know whether or not this professor willing to take the risk to, perhaps, discover his secret fetishes. There have been many similar cases where professors ‘extend’ their responsibility, so rest assured, for your hope still exist.

elbanditoroso's avatar

Are you blond?

That would give us a lot of context.

This idea of yours is incredibly poor, as others have pointed out. It will only bounce back and hurt you.

Jak's avatar

@Darth_Algar. Maybe I stretched it a bit past possibility. I stand by my point though.

ZEPHYRA's avatar

Stop the shit-stirring before it gets you into trouble.

Oh, was the question an experiment to see who will be shocked most? Go ahead, do it and let us know how it turned out.

RedDeerGuy1's avatar

~Get him drunk out of his mind. Then make a pass at him. Then expect to be expelled and maybe some time in jail.

jca's avatar

In life, you’ll find that you’ll be running across many hot people. You don’t have to have sex with all of them.

Dutchess_III's avatar

Yes she does @jca! With her and her boyfriend!

Dutchess_III's avatar

Why do I have a feeling this is a certain jelly who’s obsessed with who does what and who is paying attention to her in the office where she works?

gorillapaws's avatar

I’m with @Seek. Wait until the class is over and the ink is dry on your grades for the semester before saying anything. At the age of 21 you can make your own decisions about what sexual activity you want to engage in, and it’s certainly not my place to judge. Having said that, I agree with the consensus, that this fantasy, while fun in your head (and possibly in real life too) could ruin this guy’s career/life if handled incorrectly. Tread carefully, and in the meantime have fun role playing student/teacher with your boyfriend.

Espiritus_Corvus's avatar

You’re going to get his ass thrown out of the profession, is what you’re going to do.

chyna's avatar

@elbanditoroso Are you blond? Nice slam to blondes.

Dutchess_III's avatar

You guys, if the guy is idiotic enough to fall for such blatant, cheap behavior, he deserves to be thrown out. Besides, if he’s as hot as she says, she won’t be the first, nor the last. I have a feeling this individual (the OP) will be pretty easy to turn down.

Jak's avatar

@Dutchess_III oooooooo snap!

Adagio's avatar

I haven’t read any responses. My response? Grow up!

ragingloli's avatar

You could ask Bill Cosby. I am sure he has a couple of tips for you.
And a ‘tip’ for you.

jca's avatar

You might also be attracted to the fact that he’s so smart, which can be very impressive.

When he’s unemployed and depressed, trying to figure out how he’s going to pay his bills, he may not be so sexy.

LeavesNoTrace's avatar

Nope, nope, nope, nope. Just don’t. Watch some porn with this scenario or do a little roleplay with your boyfriend. Remember that life is not a porno and our actions have consequences. It’s okay to be a sexual person and to explore your sexuality but there are certain boundaries I don’t think it’s wise to cross.

Taboo and transgressive fantasies are normal, but that doesn’t mean everyone one needs to come to life.

Keep in your pants, girl.

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