Academicgame writes, mostly with approval, of the University of California's new policy proposals on faculty-student sexual relationships. For some reason, it always seems to be faculty clamoring for the right to ravish the virtue of the undergraduates and graduate students--not vice-versa. Why ever would that be, I wonder? In all seriousness, I share John Bruce's exasperation with those who seem to think that it's OK for faculty to indulge in amorous pursuits with the students. (It's particularly depressing when such attitudes come accompanied by an obsession with left-wing indoctrination. Folks, if your students aren't mature enough to resist "indoctrination," then they're not old enough for you to play doctor with them.) Not to get all Victorian or anything, but whatever happened to virtues like, you know, self-control? Duty? Obligation?