American Thinker: Are men convicted of certain sex crimes given harsher sentences than women convicted of certain sex crimes? It seems that way.
Case in point: In 2017, Ronald Godby, a former Northwestern University police officer, pleaded guilty to the manufacture and possession of child pornography and was sentenced to four years in prison. In addition, he had to register for life as a sex offender. Godby had taken explicit photos of two underage girls and sent a lewd photo via social media to one of his victims.
That was a just punishment; Godby got what he deserved.
Fast-forward to September 2018.
A 30-year-old female teacher in New York City, Dori Myers, who committed sex acts with a 14-year-old male student on multiple occasions, “will not only avoid prison time but could potentially teach again, under the terms of her plea agreement,” according to LifeSiteNews.com.
Myers was given ten years’ probation and has to register as a level one sex offender, which won’t be “listed on the public directory.”