In People’s Republik Of California, Teacher Who Appeared In Adult Videos Denied Her Job Back

Liberals are on the forefront of the “if it feels good, do it” attitude. Liberals have created an attitude where pornography is just an expression of sexuality, and should not be condemned, and that “there’s nothing wrong with it”. Yet, there are consequences for expressing that sexuality

(The Blaze) A middle-school science teacher fired after students learned she had appeared in pornographic movies had hoped not just to get her job back, but to set a precedent for people looking to escape an embarrassing personal history. News of the story first broke after the educator was dismissed of her teaching duties in April 2012.

A three-judge commission put a decisive stop to both, saying firmly and unanimously that Stacie Halas should not be in the classroom.

That’s weird. This is the highly liberal People’s Republik of California, where the pornography industry is based, yet this young woman, who only participated in making some videos for 8 months, and not while she was teaching, has lost her job for participating in a legal venture. Where’s the liberal attitude of tolerance? Was she a good teacher? Where are the liberals defending her?

Now, on one hand, she broke no laws. On the other hand, this whole attitude of women showing their bodies off can create problems out in The Real World. While I love sites like The Chive, the attitude of young women taking pictures of themselves in next to nothing isn’t the wisest of ideas. I’m still waiting for the post of “Chivettes Fired From Work”.

It’s interesting to note that in other cases, teachers are damned near impossible to fire. Ones who are abusive, drug users, incompetent, sexually harass students, failing to show up for work. Where’s the liberal teacher’s union? Halas made a mistake then reformed her life.

An interesting comment by TheBurningTruth

Sorry, all out of sympathy for her, and most everyone else. After all:

1) I’ve been deemed “an enemy to be punished” because I disagreed over immigration policy with Der Fuhrer.
2) Declared a racist because I don’t believe in borrowing trillions for political paybacks and Believe people should get what they earn
3) Believe that it’s wrong to hire govt officials to steal other people’s money just to give to me
4) Declared to want kids dead because I believe in the 2nd amendment
5) Called an “extremist” because I have principals and won’t negotiate on just anything that comes along
6) Viciously attacked because I’m straight
7) Called innumerable obscene names by the intolerant Progressive Left because I’m conservative

Note that none of what I did was ever illegal or even really immoral, just that I expressed a legitimate difference of opinion. Too bad, Tiffiny! (Halas’ screen name was “Tiffany Six”)

Further comments go on to point out that liberals have forgiven lefties like Marion Berry. Remember that they had no problem with a sitting president having adulterous sexual relations with a woman young enough to be his daughter in the Oval Office, along with credible complaints of sexual harassment and rape.

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6 Responses to “In People’s Republik Of California, Teacher Who Appeared In Adult Videos Denied Her Job Back”

  1. john says:

    Teach the state of CA does vote Dem BUT it is not universally liberal. The southern part is in fact quite conservative. Orange County, Ventura County Sand Diego County are all very conservative. The most surprizining part of the article to me was that she said that she became a porn star because she needed the money after her boyfriend abandoned her. WTF !!! who would leave a beauty like her that had the innate potential to be a porn star ???

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  3. Stix says:

    I want to know how the students knew she was in a porno?

  4. Dana says:

    It won’t be Chivettes Fired From Work, because the Chive pretty much keeps the lady bits (barely) concealed. It’ll be the real amateur porn and girlfriend revenge sites that get them.

    How many women are out there, working hard in college, or just having started what they think will be the entry to the career they always wanted, who have pictures on the internet with their ex-boyfriend’s organ in their mouths? What happens to that serious career when their bosses or subordinates see the pictures?

  5. Well, John, people leave other people for reasons other than looks. Interestingly, the porn she did was apparently really, really sleazy. I have not looked to see.

    Better yet, Stix, how did the other teachers and administrators know? They apparently tried to look it up on the school PC’s, but were blocked, so then violated school regulations and viewed it on their smartphones.

    Sadly, that’s going to happen as more and more, let’s call them….morons…. decide to put inappropriate material on the ‘Net. Then they are going to wonder why they spent $70k for college and even fast food places won’t hire them.

  6. gitarcarver says:

    What I find interesting about this story is that the EEOC has actively sought to make felons a “protected class” under the law. This means that companies would not be allowed to mot hire a felon unless the company can show a direct correlation to the duties of the job and the felony (ie you wouldn’t have to hire someone who embezzled as an accountant.)

    The EEOC has also launched lawsuits against companies that disqualify felons from being hired under the “disparate impact” theory.

    Yet here is a woman that engaged in a legal activity that was fired.


    The only thing that bothers me about her side of the case is that the judges say she lied on her job application. Depending on what that lie was (I suspect it was not disclosing that she had worked in the porn industry) the firing may be justified.

    However, it appears more the woman was fired for having worked in the porn industry and not lying on her application.

    I doubt she can find a sympathetic jury, but I would love to see her sue and win.

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