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Are Teachers Paying to Put Porn Star Colleague Back in the Classroom?

GRusling Wrote: Oct 27, 2012 7:51 AM
The truth is, the woman made a decision based on monetary needs... a perfectly legal decision... and "porn" can't be legally viewed by school-age children, so exactly who is being harmed by her other job? How would the "children" even know, unless some adult tells them or their parents provide "porn" for them to view at home? I'm sure the same parents who complain so loudly have no problem when their "friends" give sex away freely, by simply "living" with their various partners. Tell me... precisely what is the moral difference?
School officials in California’s Oxnard School District began scrambling when they realized one of their teachers, Stacie Halas, had a juicy side job: She was porn star “Tiffany Six,” known most notably for her role in “Big Sausage Pizza.”

The district fired her, but now Halas is suing to get her job back, with the help of a union-affiliated attorney. Unions frequently defend members who lose their job, no matter the reason, ethics and morals be damned.

Halas’ attorney, Richard Schwab, was interviewed by NBC 4:

“He … argued that although porn might not be a respected industry,...