High school teacher exposed by students as a BBC slut (not a joke)
#51
damn
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#52
Now this is someone a porn company should publicly offer a porn contract to. She's clearly proven she can perform, she's got the looks, and the backstory to make people want to watch. C'mon, she's much hotter than that so called nun.
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#53
She has a hotter body than 90 percent of the women in the industry right now. She and holly hotwife should make the transition asap
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#54
Looks like they gave her back pay and she gets to keep her teaching license but she resigns as part of agreement

https://www.bakersfield.com/news/breakin...9b555.html
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Shit like this will continue as long as christians remain the easy scapegoat. Yes, christians will absolutely shame, or remove someone from a job position for having sex with their spouse on camera, but I highly the majority of the people on that school board are practitioners of any faith. They are just haters and hypocrites, who are either mad they weren't invited, or jealous they don't live such a lifestyle.

It boggles my mind that a school will fight me if I try to opt my 6 year old out of a sex-ed class, but ignore the pleas of parents to keep a female teacher, whose 15 year old students discovered she has sex on weekends with her boyfriend/husband.
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#56
Sad all the links are dead.
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(05-28-2019, 07:10 AM)kcjones Wrote: Shit like this will continue as long as christians remain the easy scapegoat.

This makes no sense in relation to the rest of your post... maybe you were thinking of another word to use there? Or you don't know what the word "scapegoat" actually means? I don't know.

(05-28-2019, 07:10 AM)kcjones Wrote: Yes, christians will absolutely shame, or remove someone from a job position for having sex with their spouse on camera

Ok, but this isn't what actually happened... she didn't have sex with her spouse on camera and she wasn't shamed or removed for having sex with her spouse on camera... I'm just going to assume you didn't even read the news story as I feel it's better than assuming you just have extremely poor reading comprehension and (obvious) linguistic sills.

(05-28-2019, 07:10 AM)kcjones Wrote: but I highly the majority of the people on that school board are practitioners of any faith.  They are just haters and hypocrites, who are either mad they weren't invited, or jealous they don't live such a lifestyle.

Umm, ok, that's your opinion I guess, but you don't really have any proof of any of this and it's all just baseless speculation. In reality, you don't know what faith any of the board members practice or whether they have true hate in their heart or are hypocrites who do the same thing in their personal life. Nor do you know that they would actually enjoy such a lifestyle. Most of the board here seems to not be interested in sharing their wives with other men, are they all "jealous they don't live such a lifestyle" as well?

(05-28-2019, 07:10 AM)kcjones Wrote: It boggles my mind that a school will fight me if I try to opt my 6 year old out of a sex-ed class, but ignore the pleas of parents to keep a female teacher, whose 15 year old students discovered she has sex on weekends with her boyfriend/husband.

How do you know that parents were pleading to keep her? More baseless speculation from you. For all you know, it was the parents of the children that seen the videos that demanded she be "removed."

And again, that's not actually what happened. She was not having sex with her husband in the videos and they didn't just "discover" she has "sex on the weekends with her husband." If that were the case, everyone would be removed from their job if it was just a matter of "discovering" they had sex with their partner on the weekends as you say.
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#58
Reading that BarStoolSports article in the OP, I'm absolutely shocked that they had a deal with ESPN last year to do a show. No way would Disney/ESPN want to be in business with a website that has NSFW articles like that.
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#59
Saw the pics. She has a fantastic body. I agree that she should go pro.
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#60
^ Considering she went the route of scrubbing the internet clean to such a precise degree, I don't think that's likely to say the least.
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