As I read more and more profiles written by teachers, I start to realize why U.S. students rank somewhere beneath students from Tajikistan in terms of overall skills. How do we expect our children to read and write properly when the people responsible for their education have not yet mastered basic grammar, punctuation, and spelling? Almost every time I read a 15 line sentence without a single comma, semi-colon, dash, or coherent thought, it's written by a teacher. I wouldn't dare expect them to understand the difference between your and you're, or their and they're. That's like for really smart people and stuff, but "Reading, movies, traveling, shopping" does not a sentence make, especially when that's all you've written to describe yourself. "Play tennis and golf."... Also, not a sentence. Shouldn't teachers who teach fourth grade, read and write on at least a fifth grade level?
I know plenty of women who are intelligent and interesting AND teachers. I've even dated a few over the years. I didn't meet any of them online, though, which is probably a good thing.