Friday, November 29, 2013

Persecution of sexy women continues

Here we go again.
A couple more cases have cropped up of female teachers being fired after the discovery of sexy photos unrelated to their jobs. America needs to just chill out and be more tolerant of such things.
Last month, Cristy Nicole Deweese, 21, was fired from her job as a high school Spanish teacher in Dallas after administrators found out she had posed naked for Playboy while in college.
School administrators deemed her past inappropriate. One parent told the Dallas Morning News that the revelation would be a distraction for her 16- and 17-year-old male students who wouldn’t be able to look at her without picturing her nude.
News flash: Teenage boys would do that with or without photos, especially since she’s a beautiful young woman.
(See additional news coverage by the Daily Mail, Huffington Post, New York Daily News and Fox News.)
Also in October, Laraine Cook, a girls’ basketball coach in Pocatello, Idaho, was fired for racy photo posted to her Facebook account. In the photo, Cook is wearing a bikini and her fiance has his hand on her right breast. The school considered the photo immoral.
Meanwhile, her fiance, a football coach at the same high school, got off with a reprimand.
Sounds like a double standard to me.
(See news coverage by the Huffington Post, Business Insider and the New York Daily News.)

Photos: Cristy Nichole Deweese (top) and Laraine Cook and fiance (bottom).

Related stories:

Being a porn actress isn’t a crime, so women shouldn’t be harassed because of it (April 3, 2011)

Public treats porn performers, nude models like criminals (Jan. 17, 2013)

Absurd morality against sexy women who model extends to Europe (Jan. 18, 2013)

America continues to punish sexy women (June 5, 2013)

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