Every now and then you hear a story about a teacher who, for whatever reason wants to shoot fish in a barrel and fuck a student. I'm still confused on why a teacher needs the self esteem boast of awkward sex. But then there's situations where a teacher is so hot that they posed for Playboy before applying for the shitty paying position of being a teacher.
She's done "Naked Outdoors" and modeled in a simulated lesbian sex scene, but now one former Playboy model-turned-teacher just wants to be an educator -- and at least one parent seems to have a problem with that.Some parents are going on about wondering if her male 16-17 year old students could study without looking her without picturing her buck-ass naked. And for female students, they question if this is someone they can respect as an educator.
Even while Cristy Nicole Deweese was Playboy's “Coed of the Month” in February 2011, she intended to become a Spanish teacher. She discussed her future plans in a sexy, innuendo-laden video that was produced around that time.
Deweese, who modeled under the name "Cristy Nicole," was 18 when she posed for Playboy. She's 21 now, and has since achieved her goal of becoming a Spanish teacher, landing a job at a Dallas-area magnet school. But according to the Dallas Morning News, her modeling past isn't sitting well with at least one parent.
Let's be honest for a minute. If we have to make teachers asexual, then you're doing it all wrong. Kids at that age are popping boners for just about anything. Hell, a gust of wind blows past their shorts and I'm sure they'll experience some surprising growth. They're just getting use to their bodies. You sort of need to accept that they're all a bunch of horny little bastards. So where does it end in making teachers completely asexual in order for them to NOT be a distraction - You know, aside from their usual distraction in one another?
If a kid that she teachers finds those pictures, then perhaps you should reward him for some excellent detective skills in using google. But why punish her for actions she did in the past long before she was a teacher?
Then again, she did know she wanted to be a teacher....
Which begs the question on what she was thinking when she was doing the easy money modeling thinking that it could never come back to haunt her. But I'm not that surprised that she has a mouth of a sailor. Most teachers are pretty rough around the edges in the teachers lounge. There ain't no one that is going to argue against that.
I think the lesson here is that you need to think ahead about your actions. Sometimes they're not worth the long term damage that they could. While people shouldn't look to the past to hold something against a person, you need to think of what you're doing and looking before you leap on all of this.