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9th Sep '17 6:13:00 PM nombretomado
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* Several examples in ''Manga/{{Gokusen}}'', all of which are fairly realistic and PlayedForDrama; you've got a teacher that purposefully isolated a student he didn't like for no reason, a teacher that refused to give one student an education because the student was delinquent-ish... and then you have a teacher who is ''literally'' a sadist with a {{BDSM}} fetish and has a very disturbing obsession with one of the high school-aged protagonists...

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* Several examples in ''Manga/{{Gokusen}}'', all of which are fairly realistic and PlayedForDrama; you've got a teacher that purposefully isolated a student he didn't like for no reason, a teacher that refused to give one student an education because the student was delinquent-ish... and then you have a teacher who is ''literally'' a sadist with a {{BDSM}} UsefulNotes/{{BDSM}} fetish and has a very disturbing obsession with one of the high school-aged protagonists...
27th Aug '17 1:38:11 PM nombretomado
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%% * The SadistTeacher in ''YuMeDream'' is actually a nun.

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%% * The SadistTeacher in ''YuMeDream'' ''Webcomic/YuMeDream'' is actually a nun.
31st Jul '17 1:32:07 AM grammy
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* ''ComicBook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}}: Rejected Legion applicant Eyeful Ethel later joined the Justice League of Earth as a teacher at their satellite headquarters, "reeducating" Earth children about Superman's supposed human origins. While Ethel does not physically abuse any of her students, she takes a great amount of pleasure knowing that they will believe everything she tells them simply because she's their teacher, including lies about how the Martian Manhunter was an alien invader and that the Legion of Super-Heroes were alien terrorists. While not the most violent or powerful, Ethel's by far the worst member of the League due to the sadistic pleasure she takes in exploiting impressionable young children.

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* ''ComicBook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}}: Super-Heroes}}'': Rejected Legion applicant Eyeful Ethel later joined the Justice League of Earth as a teacher at their satellite headquarters, "reeducating" Earth children about Superman's supposed human origins. While Ethel does not physically abuse any of her students, she takes a great amount of pleasure knowing that they will believe everything she tells them simply because she's their teacher, including lies about how the Martian Manhunter was an alien invader and that the Legion of Super-Heroes were alien terrorists. While not the most violent or powerful, Ethel's by far the worst member of the League due to the sadistic pleasure she takes in exploiting impressionable young children.



* UpToEleven in the ComicBook/{{Chick|Tract|s}} ''Big Daddy?''. A biology teacher '''erupts''' at a child for quietly stating he believes in creationism, and only lets him stay in class just so he can "[[ForTheEvulz tear his beliefs to shreds]]" in front of the class. Since it's a Jack Chick work, we see the kid tear [[BreakTheHaughty his beliefs apart front of the class]] and, [[AuthorAppeal of course]], [[EasyEvangelism convert his classmates into Evangelism]].

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* UpToEleven in the ComicBook/{{Chick|Tract|s}} ComicBook/ChickTracts ''Big Daddy?''. A biology teacher '''erupts''' at a child for quietly stating he believes in creationism, and only lets him stay in class just so he can "[[ForTheEvulz tear his beliefs to shreds]]" in front of the class. Since it's a Jack Chick work, we see the kid tear [[BreakTheHaughty his beliefs apart front of the class]] and, [[AuthorAppeal of course]], [[EasyEvangelism convert his classmates into Evangelism]].
28th Jul '17 5:57:35 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Stu Hart refused to let any of 'the boys' in his area train Desiree Petersen on the grounds that they were "mean" and sent her [[EagleLand south of the border]] to Wresstling/TheFabulousMoolah instead. Apparently that didn't end up being any better, as Judy Martin, Mildred Burke, Penny Mitchell, Princess Victoria and named as her trainers in the states but Moolah isn't.

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* Stu Hart refused to let any of 'the boys' in his area train Desiree Petersen on the grounds that they were "mean" and sent her [[EagleLand south of the border]] to Wresstling/TheFabulousMoolah instead. Apparently that didn't end up being any better, as Judy Martin, Mildred Burke, Penny Mitchell, Mitchell and Princess Victoria and are named as her trainers in the states but Moolah isn't.



* These allegations have followed Wrestling/{{WWE}}'s farm leagues for years. Specifically, Wrestling/{{Jacqueline}} was accused of working trainees at Ohio Valley Wrestling to the point of injury while Wrestling/{{Ivory}} was said to be verbally demeaning and abusive. Rip Rogers was known for beating wrestlers who messed up on OVW shows with a kendo stick afterwards(and he was a favorite of the students). Meanwhile, Deep South Wrestling trainer [[Wrestling/HughMorrus Bill DeMott]] was accused of physically abusing students and Kevin Matthews produced a picture on Twitter of [=DeMott=] over seeing a naked wrestler giving a stink face to a trainee. [=DeMott=] defended his actions by saying he was often acting on the orders of Wrestling/JohnLaurinaitis.

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* These allegations have followed Wrestling/{{WWE}}'s farm leagues for years. Specifically, Wrestling/{{Jacqueline}} was accused of working trainees at Ohio Valley Wrestling to the point of injury while Wrestling/{{Ivory}} was said to be verbally demeaning and abusive. Wrestling/BobHolly gained infamy for beating ''Tough Enough 3'' winner Matt Cappotelli to a bloody pulp in training and later giving him a concussion(the internal bleeding was said to be accidental). Rip Rogers was known for beating wrestlers who messed up on OVW shows with a kendo stick afterwards(and he was a favorite of the students). Meanwhile, Deep South Wrestling trainer [[Wrestling/HughMorrus Bill DeMott]] was accused of physically abusing students and Kevin Matthews produced a picture on Twitter of [=DeMott=] over seeing a naked wrestler giving a stink face to a trainee. [=DeMott=] defended his actions by saying he was often acting on the orders of Wrestling/JohnLaurinaitis.
18th Jul '17 1:16:20 PM HeroGal2347
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* Played straight in the ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' episode "Nothing to Fear" with Huey Dewey and Louie's hallucination of their teacher Mrs. Quackenbush as a fearsome monster intent on punishing them severely for not doing their homework (when the boys tell her that they actually got it done, the hallucination apologizes and disappears. Subverted in a later episodes when the same teacher actually appears in person and is very sweet.

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* Played straight in the ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987'' episode "Nothing to Fear" with Huey Dewey and Louie's hallucination of their teacher Mrs. Quackenbush as a fearsome monster intent on punishing them severely for not doing their homework (when the boys tell her that they actually got it done, the hallucination apologizes and disappears. Subverted in a later episodes when the same teacher actually appears in person and is very sweet.
17th Jul '17 8:42:37 AM Snowsky
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You know which one. The teacher who singles you out for ridicule and humiliation. The one who openly mocks you in front of the rest of the class. The one who tells you they ''want'' you to fail because you don't ''deserve'' to move up. If you're not paying enough attention in class, [[ChuckingChalk beware of flying objects]]. If they teach gym, you'd better be ready for [[DodgeballIsHell Dodgeball Hell]] every day, if not [[BloodSport worse]]. They're the SadistTeacher, the education system's answer to DrillSergeantNasty ([[TheNeidermeyer or worse]]).

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You know which one. The teacher who singles you out for ridicule and humiliation. The one who openly mocks you in front of the rest of the class. The one who tells you they ''want'' you to fail because you don't ''deserve'' to move up. If you're not paying enough attention in class, [[ChuckingChalk beware of flying objects]]. If they teach gym, [[GymClassHell gym,]] you'd better be ready for [[DodgeballIsHell Dodgeball Hell]] every day, if not [[BloodSport worse]]. They're the SadistTeacher, the education system's answer to DrillSergeantNasty ([[TheNeidermeyer or worse]]).
26th Jun '17 6:42:02 AM MsCC93
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* Most, if not all, of the teachers in the ''Literature/CaptainUnderpants'' books go out of their way to make George and Harold's lives miserable. The most notable ones are Mr. Krupp, the principal, who blackmailed the two into basically becoming his slaves in the first book, and Ms. Ribble, George and Harold's teacher, who started out by forcing her students to perform in a lousy retirement party (including having one kid stand in a corner for making his picture too happy), planned on failing George and Harold for a small prank gone wrong, and then [[spoiler: undergoes a full FaceHeelTurn after becoming the supervillain Wedgie Woman. At the end, George and Harold hypnotise her into being nice, which sticks.]]

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* Most, if not all, of the teachers in the ''Literature/CaptainUnderpants'' books go out of their way to make George and Harold's lives miserable. The most notable ones are Mr. Krupp, the principal, who blackmailed the two into basically becoming his slaves in the first book, and Ms. Ribble, George and Harold's teacher, who started out by forcing her students to perform in a lousy retirement party (including having one kid stand in a corner for making his picture too happy), planned on failing George and Harold for a small prank gone wrong, and then [[spoiler: undergoes a full FaceHeelTurn after becoming the supervillain super-villain Wedgie Woman. At the end, George and Harold hypnotise her into being nice, which sticks.sticks (Until the 12th book that is. Ms. Ribble goes back to being a {{jerkass}} for unexplained reasons).]]
9th Jun '17 3:03:50 PM nombretomado
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* Usually subverted and/or averted in the WhateleyUniverse, even though the stories center around the SuperHeroSchool Whateley Academy and some of the teachers are retired ''supervillains''. Erik Mahren, the ex-Marine range master on Range 4 (the heavy weapons range) was notorious for being absolutely ruthless when it came to weapons safety, but the net result of that was that no students were hurt or killed on the ranges in his entire tenure as rangemaster. The Reverend Darren England has gone after a couple students when he sensed their connection to planet-threatening evil...but went ''way'' over the line when he hired Syndicate hitmen to help some of his minions try to assassinate one such student (who happens to be one of the good guys).

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* Usually subverted and/or averted in the WhateleyUniverse, Literature/WhateleyUniverse, even though the stories center around the SuperHeroSchool Whateley Academy and some of the teachers are retired ''supervillains''. Erik Mahren, the ex-Marine range master on Range 4 (the heavy weapons range) was notorious for being absolutely ruthless when it came to weapons safety, but the net result of that was that no students were hurt or killed on the ranges in his entire tenure as rangemaster. The Reverend Darren England has gone after a couple students when he sensed their connection to planet-threatening evil...but went ''way'' over the line when he hired Syndicate hitmen to help some of his minions try to assassinate one such student (who happens to be one of the good guys).
3rd Jun '17 8:28:46 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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** ''Videogame/Persona5'' has gym teacher and StarterVillain Suguru Kamoshida, who uses his status as a former Olympic athlete to sexually prey upon the female students (to the point where [[spoiler:one of his victims tries to kill herself]]) and physically abuse the male students (to the point of breaking former track star Ryuji Sakamoto's legs). His [[MentalWorld Palace]] shows that he truly thinks of himself as "king" of the school, and that it gives him every right to treat his "subjects" however he wants. No wonder the heroes decide that HeelFaceBrainwashing him is the only option, since the school's been actively covering up his misdeeds.

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** ''Videogame/Persona5'' has gym teacher and StarterVillain Suguru Kamoshida, who uses his status as a former Olympic athlete to sexually prey upon the female students (to the point where [[spoiler:one of his victims tries to kill herself]]) and physically abuse the male students (to the point of breaking former track star Ryuji Sakamoto's legs). His [[MentalWorld Palace]] shows that he truly thinks of himself as "king" of the school, and that it gives him every right to treat his "subjects" however he wants. No wonder the heroes decide that HeelFaceBrainwashing him is the only option, since the school's been actively covering up his misdeeds.crimes.
3rd Jun '17 8:28:31 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 2}}'' had a straighter example with Principal Hanya. He's a massive jackass who abuses his authority in ''very'' creative ways in order to ensure his power, and uses the city's powers to brainwash his students into believing he's the best. Except [[EvilIsNotAToy magic has a price]], and he should have read the price tag...
* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' has Mr. Morooka, a.k.a "King Moron", a brutally conservative {{Jerkass}} who is convinced that all teenagers are horny troublemakers and that the the main character is nothing but trouble from the city. He treats his students rudely (putting the main character on his "Shit List" within minutes of meeting him if he talks back to him in response to being told that he's a loser), and has a tendency to get drunk on school fieldtrips. Still, his accusations of the Main Character being a horny bastard [[ChickMagnet may actually have some truth behind it]].
** Conversations with some students in the school reveal that he's dragged several girls into his office for "private talks"...in which he advises them on their career paths and urges them to follow their dreams. Morooka might be one of the subtler [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold mean nice guys]] out there, since you'll never, ever find this out without talking to everybody. It's likely that he genuinely cares for his students, but really doesn't know how to properly show it.
** Even the main cast, who all hate him, admit [[spoiler:that he ''really'' didn't deserve to die when Mitsuo murders him]]. And his replacement, Ms. Kashiwagi, is if anything an even ''worse'' {{Jerkass}} than him!
* ''Videogame/Persona5'' has gym teacher Suguru Kamoshida, who uses his status as a former Olympic athlete to prey upon the female students and physically abuse the male students to the point of breaking former track star Ryuji's legs.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 2}}'' had a straighter example with ''[[Franchise/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona Persona]]'':
** ''VideoGame/Persona2'' has
Principal Hanya. He's a massive jackass who abuses his authority in ''very'' creative ways in order to ensure his power, and uses the city's powers to brainwash his students into believing he's the best. Except [[EvilIsNotAToy magic has a price]], and he should have read the price tag...
* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' ** ''VideoGame/Persona4'' has Mr. Morooka, a.k.a "King Moron", a brutally conservative {{Jerkass}} who is convinced that all teenagers are horny troublemakers and that the the main character is nothing but trouble from the city. He treats his students rudely (putting the main character on his "Shit List" within minutes of meeting him if he the protagonist talks back to him in response to being told that he's a loser), and has a tendency to get drunk on school fieldtrips. field-trips. Still, his accusations of the Main Character being a horny bastard [[ChickMagnet may actually have some truth behind it]].
** Conversations
it]]. That said, conversations with some students in the school reveal that he's dragged several girls into his office for "private talks"...talks"... in which he advises them on their career paths and urges them to follow their dreams. Morooka might be one of the subtler [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold mean nice guys]] out there, since you'll never, ever find this out without talking to everybody. It's likely that he genuinely cares for his students, but really doesn't know how to properly show it.
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it. Even the main cast, who all hate him, admit [[spoiler:that he ''really'' didn't deserve to die when Mitsuo murders him]]. And his replacement, Ms. Kashiwagi, is if anything an even ''worse'' {{Jerkass}} than him!
* ** ''Videogame/Persona5'' has gym teacher and StarterVillain Suguru Kamoshida, who uses his status as a former Olympic athlete to sexually prey upon the female students (to the point where [[spoiler:one of his victims tries to kill herself]]) and physically abuse the male students to (to the point of breaking former track star Ryuji's legs. Ryuji Sakamoto's legs). His [[MentalWorld Palace]] shows that he truly thinks of himself as "king" of the school, and that it gives him every right to treat his "subjects" however he wants. No wonder the heroes decide that HeelFaceBrainwashing him is the only option, since the school's been actively covering up his misdeeds.
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