Stevenson admitted he did, noting that he "took the risk" in reaching out to the student.
The agreement said he proceeded to tell details about his sexual experiences throughout the night.
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is no longer certified to work in the province after admitting he sent a student explicit messages, a shirtless photo and tried to "hookup" through a dating app.And I think it's changed in a direction of sexual paranoia," Kipnis said."That's partly why I ended up writing this book — to talk about the other side of these new forms of protections, which is that they really invite accusations." Kipnis isn't advocating for professors to date students.The student had just signed up for the adult site after turning 18.In the agreement, Stevenson said he knew the student went to the school where he taught when he messaged on Jan. The student replied, asking the teacher if he realized.