When it comes to guys defending guys about the sexual exploits and crimes of their gender, I seethe. “Well, it was consensual sex,” he said. “So, he can’t be a predator.” Uh. Let me see, what was he charged with? Rape? No. So, that throws that defense out the window. He (and she) were both charged and convicted on two counts of lewd and lascivious exposition. Exposing yourself to minors is lewd and lascivious exposition, and having sex on the beach during daylight hours with two children nearby is the ultimate exposure. Being asked to stop and then having sex again later? Well, that’s just dumb. But still prosecutable. And, you guy, don’t tell me this other guy shouldn’t be classified a sexual offender (never mentioning the girl, by the way, who will have the same label). Hello! Let’s go back to the exposing yourself to minors. There are laws against that. That makes you a sexual offender. He (and she) could have received 15 years in prison and fined $10,000, but hey, the judge only gave them 2 1/2 years and a label of sexual offender. But wait. They were offered a deal of 2 1/2 years with no label, but they turned it down. Too bad. So, please, don’t try to defend this guy to me. And don’t try to defend that former FSU quarterback, either. Don’t even get me started on that.