We've been slow to acknowledge that some women, working in "positions of trust," do sexually abuse children. This workshop examines cases of female teachers found guilty of child sexual abuse. It explores the dynamics of their teacher-student "relationships" and reveals ways that the gender of the perpetrator impacts victim disclosures, the reporting of sex crimes, arrests, public opinion, prosecution and sentencing. The presenter shares audio portions of her interview with a convicted female teacher-offender. Some of the unique challenges male victims face as they work to recover will be identified and discussed along with proactive strategies for prevention and earlier intervention.