Joining the dots…

The Sun asks the important questions… and adds a tidbit of information.

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Ms Staats is married to an academic in his 30s who works at SOAS.

Hmm… well, for the husband there are few Chris’ amid the SOAS staff pages who fit the profile, but this one caught my eye:

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It’s very circumstantial, but:

  • German✅
  • In his 30’s
  • Can afford a £1.9M house in Clapham✅

It’d kinda make sense, wouldn’t it? Certainly with the cost of the house I’m not sure a PhD in “comparative Bantu poetry” would quite allow you to live in such a style.

On the other hand…. this guy does sound like a very promising prospective cuckold:

Dr Gerteis’ first book, Gender Struggles: Wage-earning Women and Male-Dominated Unions in Postwar Japan (Harvard, 2009), is an interdisciplinary study of the forgotten history of wage-earning Japanese women who during the 1950s militantly contested the socialist labor movement’s revival of many prewar notions of normative gender roles.

Even though Staats has taken down her LinkedIn page, we do know that she:

… gained a masters in Asian politics from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS)

Which would be a common point of interest and way they might have met. The house could be explained by one of them having a rich daddy. The guy almost certainly isn’t in his 30s though.

Which brings me to this guy.

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A definite candidate. 8/10 on the cuck-o-meter. According to his CV, he’s near-native German speaking.

Then there’s this guy. Again he’s a bit old to be in scope, but he was chair of the Equality & Diversity committee. He gets points for looking like an Easter Island carved head of Damian Lewis.

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This is fun… just a bit of fun… God I’m BORED. FUCK.

Hello, Mr Chris Alderton…

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My pronouns are he/him. I am a professional mentor at SOAS, providing holistic, emotional and practical support and helping students fulfil their academic and personal potential.

I am a relational humanistic counsellor working upon a wide range of theoretical approaches which underpin my clinical practice. I’ve worked across several mental health services in London, supporting people with a wide range of mental health issues, helping individuals recognise their strengths, creativity and choice. I’m particularly interested in using a creative approach to express our ‘inner world’ through materials and objects.


UPDATE: Looks like candidate #3 was the winner

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And the Met Police have confirmed that the rules only apply to us little people.


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