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High School student expelled for doing porn

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Yeah I have it too. That principal was doing the most. He is an adult he has the right to get his ass pounded if he wants that has nothing to do with going to school and graduating. They allowed him back after all the uproar though. He actually had other students protesting for him so there was some support for him getting his cakes beat up for dollars.

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It is petty to expell him imo but on the other hand it was a pretty big distraction

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He's 18. I don't see how an adult doing porn is worthy of expulsion. It has nothing to do with the school.

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I was thinking more along the lines of what they refer to as moral clauses...I have a friend that works as a new anchor, he said part of his contract prohibits him from representing the station in any negative light or establishment, which means going to gay bars isnt the best idea, although he does. As a student of that school, something as high profile as porn can be seen as violating the schools image and can negatively impact other students, like well you know what those boys there are known for. I found myself leaning towards the idea he can do porn finish school from home or something....the school's rep is damaged

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He's 18. I don't see how an adult doing porn is worthy of expulsion. It has nothing to do with the school.

As long as he is a student there it does, it disrupts the school's day to day business because students and others are focused on this one kid and the porn he does while others are bullying him over it, not to say they are right, Im saying its an unnecessary disruption. Plus no one addressed the idea that maybe porn for a quick buck isn't the best route to go, sure you can earn some money but is it right? This kid should be focused on going to college getting a legit career going to pay for his family if he wants, now after this he won't be able to find legit work for shit, and porn actors have a short career span.

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I was thinking more along the lines of what they refer to as moral clauses...I have a friend that works as a new anchor, he said part of his contract prohibits him from representing the station in any negative light or establishment, which means going to gay bars isnt the best idea, although he does. As a student of that school, something as high profile as porn can be seen as violating the schools image and can negatively impact other students, like well you know what those boys there are known for. I found myself leaning towards the idea he can do porn finish school from home or something....the school's rep is damaged

The schools rep is damaged because they expelled/suspended him - not because he did porn.

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The schools rep is damaged because they expelled/suspended him - not because he did porn.

what else were they supposed to do? Not address it? Im sorry but I don't agree with some naive 18 year old doing porn because it makes fast money as a means to providing, esp since he's gay it sends the wrong message about what gay people are about....

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what else were they supposed to do? Not address it? Im sorry but I don't agree with some naive 18 year old doing porn because it makes fast money as a means to providing, esp since he's gay it sends the wrong message about what gay people are about....

They could have addressed it without expelling him. What he does outside of school grounds is not really the schools business. What message did it send to the bullies when he was expelled? That it's ok to bully?

That's why I don't agree when someone steps down from a position (like politics or business) because they were caught having an affair or something 'scandalous'. If it doesn't affect your job or grades or position then do what you want OUTSIDE office hours, imo.

Not his issue about what message he is sending for the gays. He did what he did so that he and his mother could live. People should question the mother imo but he did what he did to survive. And we all know you like the twinks, Bailey :shifty:. You probably have his videos - or someone in a similar situation. Next time you watch porn, stop and think about why they're doing what they're doing.

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They could have addressed it without expelling him. What he does outside of school grounds is not really the schools business. What message did it send to the bullies when he was expelled? That it's ok to bully?

That's why I don't agree when someone steps down from a position (like politics or business) because they were caught having an affair or something 'scandalous'. If it doesn't affect your job or grades or position then do what you want OUTSIDE office hours, imo.

Not his issue about what message he is sending for the gays. He did what he did so that he and his mother could live. People should question the mother imo but he did what he did to survive. And we all know you like the twinks, Bailey :shifty:. You probably have his videos - or someone in a similar situation. Next time you watch porn, stop and think about why they're doing what they're doing.

First I don't agree with the mom, any mom that loves her child wouldn't want a dollar from her child having sex for money, goooooo mom

Second, I don't like twinks, keep saying that and yet some of you are convinced I think that shit is sexy, its not, I like meat to pound okay

Third, when you are part of any institution, be it school, politics or the like you have a responsibility to represent those who you are in company with, if its okay to just do anything what standards do we uphold? If any?

Lastly, the bullying was over him being gay let's be real here, not some expulsion, you think had the school not acted he would be riding free and clear? I dont think so

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as for my tastes in porn, I don't care for fake porn, I like watching real xtube taped videos of actual people having sex, I have several videos I watch from everyday guys doing it for fun, not money....I enjoy watching real sex. To date I have not watched this kid in porn. To date :shifty:

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While I don't think this is the best path to take, what he does outside of school grounds should have no bearing on his student status.

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As long as he is a student there it does, it disrupts the school's day to day business because students and others are focused on this one kid and the porn he does while others are bullying him over it, not to say they are right, Im saying its an unnecessary disruption. Plus no one addressed the idea that maybe porn for a quick buck isn't the best route to go, sure you can earn some money but is it right? This kid should be focused on going to college getting a legit career going to pay for his family if he wants, now after this he won't be able to find legit work for shit, and porn actors have a short career span.

It wasn't on school grounds so I don't see a problem. Kids bully each other for all kinds of shit. They're kids, it's life. I agree that it isn't the best job or career option, but it's his choice and he is a legal adult. The school's job is to educate him and advise him of better options for careers not expel him from the very place he needs most.

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First I don't agree with the mom, any mom that loves her child wouldn't want a dollar from her child having sex for money, goooooo mom

Second, I don't like twinks, keep saying that and yet some of you are convinced I think that shit is sexy, its not, I like meat to pound okay

Third, when you are part of any institution, be it school, politics or the like you have a responsibility to represent those who you are in company with, if its okay to just do anything what standards do we uphold? If any?

Yup - her mum is weird tbh.

Right ok :umm:

If it doesn't affect your performance then it shouldn't affect your position. That's my stance. The principal was wrong to expel him. They could have found ways to help him instead.

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It wasn't on school grounds so I don't see a problem. Kids bully each other for all kinds of shit. They're kids, it's life. I agree that it isn't the best job or career option, but it's his choice and he is a legal adult. The school's job is to educate him and advise him of better options for careers not expel him from the very place he needs most.

While I can agree with most of what you said, the fact remains whether on school grounds or not no one here or elsewhere can deny this has impacted the school and the students. If he was selling weed in a state that says its legal, and not to students it would still have repercussions on the school ....we can't just say anything goes people....that's my point, where do we draw the line of what is acceptable? I ask what do we allow here? What are we teaching kids? What message does it send? You need money hit that pole....you need money go head walk them streets.....I thought so much more of you guys than this

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Yup - her mum is weird tbh.

Right ok :umm:

If it doesn't affect your performance then it shouldn't affect your position. That's my stance. The principal was wrong to expel him. They could have found ways to help him instead.

by your own logic if there's no harm done via his occupation affecting his position, why would the school need to help him? Aside from bullies

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While I can agree with most of what you said, the fact remains whether on school grounds or not no one here or elsewhere can deny this has impacted the school and the students. If he was selling weed in a state that says its legal, and not to students it would still have repercussions on the school ....we can't just say anything goes people....that's my point, where do we draw the line of what is acceptable? I ask what do we allow here? What are we teaching kids? What message does it send? You need money hit that pole....you need money go head walk them streets.....I thought so much more of you guys than this

You tell the kid that porn is not the best option, they didn't know he was struggling,and help him with other options. You don't expel him, making him then need to do porn more. There was NO need to expel him because he did nothing wrong.

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so how many of you, if Sean Cody or whoever else contacted you at 18, you fuck for dollars?

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Not me because I didn't need to -_-

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I hope he used a condom :unsure:

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You tell the kid that porn is not the best option, they didn't know he was struggling,and help him with other options. You don't expel him, making him then need to do porn more. There was NO need to expel him because he did nothing wrong.

we need to discuss morality....that's what this comes down to, more importantly what is acceptable for kids this age....18 is considered legal which is ironic because its also the dumbest age you will be you have the legal right to do most anything but no maturity to understand the long term consequences

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I hope he used a condom :unsure:

actually Sean Cody has gone mostless condomless....I don't know about this kid's videos

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and his ass doesn't graduate until May, its January, he has about 4 months left of being the dude that fucks on cam.... :sigh:....well anyway since anything goes I guess, God please bless this food that our son provided by laying on his back....Amen :coffee:

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we need to discuss morality....that's what this comes down to, more importantly what is acceptable for kids this age....18 is considered legal which is ironic because its also the dumbest age you will be you have the legal right to do most anything but no maturity to understand the long term consequences

You answered your own question tbh. He's 18 - teens make mistakes, even legal ones. It's called growing up. Many things aren't acceptable at that age but they do it because they're growing up. Doesn't make it 'right' though. It's just life. Instead of criticizing him and "punishing" him, someone should tell him to do something else instead (what the school should have done in the first place).

It's school. There's always a dude that did everything.

The dude that fucked in the toilets

The dude caught giving head

The dude caught with a teacher

The dude caught smoking weed or smoking fullstop

The dude that cheated on his exams

and so on....

Everyone has a labels in school - I was his age 6 years ago and all those guys mean nothing to me today - in fact I haven't even seen or thought of them until now. In 6 years time he will also be insignificant to his peers as they will be to him.

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