I Don’t Want to Live in a State Where Porn Actresses Aren’t Allowed to Teach Our Youth

I admittedly feel bad for Stacie Halas, the Oxnard, CA the porn actress-turned-middle school teacher who lost her appeal to win back her job. Someone had the temerity to fire this woman because it was discovered she had spent nine months working in the porn industry. While Stacie gave the court the old ‘I needed the money’ routine to explain why she’d let herself be filmed while being rammed from behind by a guy probably named Rammer or Ram Ramjob or some other form of Ram, that doesn’t mean that jealous loser students and teachers had to go and get her fired. Especially when the only way administrators were even able to discover Halas’s sordid past was when ‘teachers then showed (them) downloads of Halas’ sex videos from their smartphones.’

So these a-hole biology teachers (probably bald with huge mustaches) made sure to denounce the pretty blonde’s behavior as inappropriate, but also had no problem downloading images and videos of her in action onto their phones to just…you know…prove a point. And that a three-judge commission would deny Halas her appeal, saying she doesn’t belong in front of students is outrageous. There are plenty of things students can learn from porn actresses. Like ass-to-mouth for example. They don’t teach that kind of thing in sex-ed classes. Christ, I had to watch David Cronenberg’s Crash just to learn how to appropriately lick the car accident-related scars of the woman I’m engaging with S&M with.

But seriously, a porn past is actually one of the least troubling things about a teacher I even know of. Half the teachers show up drunk. The other half are having affairs with one another. What kind of role modeling is that? Halas showed that you can sink to the gutter of the film industry by getting paid to fellate three guys in a row and get your life back together. She’s an example that should be put on a pedestal, not thrown out onto the street like a prostitute. Even she didn’t stoop that low.

 

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