FL: FAILING Teacher Olivia Sprauer Fired for Modeling Pics on Porn Sites – If You Mold Kids Minds, You Must Have Higher Standards

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EDITORIAL: It’s a choice you make. To be teaching and advertising on porn sites at the same time is unethical. This is more than just bikini pics. She advertises for nude modeling on porn sites. Real models who can be role models don’t advertise on porn sites. We can’t have people who actively promote a hyper-sexualized, obscene and violent society to be in charge of molding and forming our children’s minds and futures. Children are the most vulnerable of our World so those in charge of their care, needs and nurturing must be held to the highest standards.

I won’t try to work with children now because of my pornstar past even though it was only 1 1/2 years out of my entire life of 53 years. I won’t be party to setting precedent for pimps and their recruiter sex workers to have access to our children. Anyone who truly cares about children should consider the same. I’m glad it sounds like this woman isn’t fighting the decision. There’s tons of career choices out there. Some you choose will always exclude you from others. That’s life and should be taught to our children as such. Actions have consequences so think before you act!!

I’m afraid, over the past several years, the standards for our children’s educational care have fallen as parents witness over and over again how many teachers are involved with pornographers and predators while being in charge of their children for hours each day. If, as a country, we cannot protect our young from these sexual indoctrination tactics and give them a safe and healthy educational foundation to grow into productive, healthy adults, we fail all of humanity. Children’s needs must always come first!

KUDOS to my great State of FLORIDA for their dedication to protecting our children’s innocence. God Bless and Thank You 😉

EOnline – by John Boone Today 2:20 PM PDT

Things that are OK to do as an educator: come to class dressed as a president while teaching about said president (“Look at my top hat! I’m Abraham Lincoln!”). Inspire your students to learn by using the art of rap to “get on their level.” Accept an apple from the teacher’s pet and display it proudly on the edge of your desk.

Things that are not OK to do: pose for “TASTEFUL nudes.”

The last may be an unwritten law for those who meld the minds of the youth, but it is one that 26-year-old Olivia Sprauer learned when she was fired from the Boca Raton, Fla., high school where she taught.

Sprauer, who models under the name “Victoria James,” is classified as an “eyecandy model” on such sites as XXXTremeVisionRadio and explains on her Model Mayhem account that she is “more than comfortable shooting TASTEFUL nudes for the right projects.”

When the photographs surfaced, Olivia/Victoria was called into her principal’s office where she confirmed that the photograph was indeed her and was asked to retire, effective immediately.

Well jokes on them because “You can’t fire me, I quit was going to quit anyway!” Sprauer may have yelled (but probably didn’t). As she revealed to Huffington Post, “I knew I didn’t want to come back next year and I knew I wanted to go to grad school so I decided if I made it to the end of the year I would be happy.”

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That said, she is still saddened by the events. “I felt like it would have been nice for my students to finish out the year with me,” she continued. “They trusted me and they made me happy so that aspect of it was sad,”

And she probably made them happy too. Happier now that they can Google pics of their eye-candy model former teacher. (Be warned, gents, “I don’t make pornography. I don’t open my legs on camera. I take swimsuit glamour style photography.”)

As for her plans for the future, Sprauer still plans to attend her students’ graduation—”They are happy for me. They know I love them,” is something she said that she probably shouldn’t have—as well as spreads in upcoming issues of Southern Vixens and That’s Hot magazine. Maybe.

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