Students at a Wisconsin high school have been left outraged after 'sexist' prom posters appeared on the school’s walls the week before the event, suggesting that the night should be seen as an opportunity 'to protect her character'.

The posters, which were put up on the walls of Lincoln High School in Manitowoc, depict the silhouette of a woman wearing a gown which is made up of words such as 'charming', 'fearless' and 'ambitious', while a banner printed above her head reads: ‘A night to protect her character.’Despite being a public school, the posters distributed around Lincoln High bear the logo of The Crossing of Manitowoc County, a Christian-based pro-life pregnancy, and counselling service and the Holy Family Memorial, a Christian healthcare provider network in the area.

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The dating apps have become hugely popular, but the number of crimes connected to them has also skyrocketed in recent years - most commonly violence or sex offences.

In 2013, there were 55 alleged crimes committed in England and Wales related to Tinder or Grindr (via "The rising popularity of online dating apps and websites has contributed to an increase in the number of recorded crimes," said Andy Cooke, deputy chief constable of Merseyside Police.

Degen, 30, from Alexandria, South Dakota pleaded guilty in St.

Croix County Circuit Court to resisting or obstructing an officer and lewd, lascivious behavior-exposure, according to court records.

The charges included: throwing or discharging bodily fluid at a public safety worker and battery to law enforcement officers, firefighters or commission wardens, sexual gratification and disorderly conduct.

Elizabeth Dillett appeared in a Milwaukee County courtroom on Thursday to face two counts of sexual assault of a child by a person who works or volunteers with children and two counts of sex with a child age 16 or older, WITI reported.However, prosecutors have filed four new charges against her including two counts of second degree sexual assault of a child and two additional counts of sexual assault of a child by a person who works or volunteers with children.Elizabeth Dillett appeared in a Milwaukee County courtroom on Thursday to face two counts of sexual assault of a child by a person who works or volunteers with children and two counts of sex with a child age 16 or older The 31-year-old kindergarten teacher at St.Peter-Immanuel Lutheran School (above) in Wisconsin is accused of having sex with a teenage boy.She allegedly begged his parents not to report her to the police Dillett, who pleaded not guilty to the charges, is also the athletic director at St.Peter-Immanuel Lutheran School where she taught kindergarten.