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SuperMillionaire
05-12-2015, 09:40 PM
http://www.sentinelandenterprise.com/news/ci_24965730/fitchburg-teachers-aide-hot-water-over-modeling-shots

http://www.inquisitr.com/649110/teacher-model-forced-to-resign-over-pics/

Should model-teachers be allowed to teach? The above links are just two instances in which hot, young, attractive female teachers who do modeling on the side have come under fire for their conduct outside the classroom. If they do a swimsuit photoshoot, and their school discovers it, they are usually fired, if not suspended, or at least reprimanded. If they modeled clothes, and were fully clothed, they probably would not have a problem with it, but if they do a swimsuit photoshoot, or worse, lingerie or even completely nude altogether, they could get fired from their teaching job.

https://www.yahoo.com/parenting/meet-the-middle-school-teacher-by-day-runway-115859949287.html

http://www.nydailynews.com/life-style/fashion/meet-nyc-teacher-classroom-runway-article-1.2176377

The next two links, posted above, are about a man who has a double life as an 8th grade English teacher and a runway fashion model. Now, he's fully clothed, so there's no problem with that, and he uses the extra income he earns from modeling to buy books for his students, so that's a good thing.

But what about female model-teachers? If they model clothes, they're okay, but if they model swimsuits or lingerie, that's bad. To the parents, some of them might think that an attractive, hot young woman who has a penchant for showing off her body in photoshoots should not be teaching their children. Now, some of these young women posed for Playboy or other erotic magazines in college, but are not doing any photoshoots now, but their pasts apparently came back to haunt them when their photos were discovered by the school. Many of these teachers end up fired, if not suspended, or at least reprimanded. Or they still continue to do modeling, but they do swimsuits; they are not nude, but they are still scantily clad. They wear outfits that you would see on a beach in a photoshoot, and that gets them fired or suspended from their teaching jobs, if not at least reprimanded. Are these young women too hot to teach?

To me, if I had a child who had a hot, attractive young female teacher, I would only object if she appeared completely nude or topless, or if she simulated sex in a photoshoot. If she appeared just wearing a swimsuit, I would have a slight problem with that; I see that when I go to the beach or swimming pool, but it depends on the kinds of poses she took in the photoshoot; whether the poses were too erotic or not, and whether or not they suggested simulating sex. If the photoshoot looked like something out of Playboy magazine, I would have a problem, but if it's just normal poses, then I'm okay. What level of dissatisfaction would you have if your child had a hot, attractive female model for a teacher, depending on what they model, and how they model? Are model-teachers too hot to teach?

Mister Adequate
05-12-2015, 09:44 PM
No definitely not, it's cruel beyond all reason to be attractive in front of teenagers.

SuperMillionaire
05-12-2015, 09:47 PM
What about young children under the age of 10?

Shauna
05-12-2015, 09:51 PM
Teachers should go through a vetting process to ensure that they don't have too many "Hot Points". Can't be having attractive people teaching our children. Who knows how that will skew their ideas of beauty in the real world!

Freya
05-12-2015, 09:52 PM
Well I guess with that logic it is a crime to be attractive. Don't be proud of how attractive you are either and model cause seriously, show some humility and stop being attractive! Don't teach kids cause, goodness you are far too pretty!

Ayen
05-12-2015, 09:56 PM
No. Model teachers are not too hot to teach. The fact people have actually been fired over this is absurd.

Slothy
05-12-2015, 10:00 PM
No. Model teachers are not too hot to teach. The fact people have actually been fired over this is absurd.

Almost as absurd is the fact that most teachers don't make nearly enough forcing them to seek out other sources of income in the first place.

Old Manus
05-12-2015, 10:12 PM
Saw title, knew I was in store for a SuperMillionaire thread.

All I know is I definitely remember more of my biology lessons which coincidentally had a A+ would drop my pencil again teacher.

noxious.sunshine
05-12-2015, 10:15 PM
I feel like this is contradictory of you considering you're largely against pretty much everything.

I just can't put my finger on -why-.

Pumpkin
05-12-2015, 10:21 PM
I think what a teacher does on their own time as long as it isn't illegal is their business. They can teach if they have the right qualifications and their looks don't have any effect on that. Do they model on the side? Okay. Porn on the side? Okay. That's really their business.

Richard
05-12-2015, 10:23 PM
No. Model teachers are not too hot to teach. The fact people have actually been fired over this is absurd.

I agree. As I recall. Teachers don't get paid much...at all.

Freya
05-12-2015, 10:27 PM
No. Model teachers are not too hot to teach. The fact people have actually been fired over this is absurd.

I agree. As I recall. Teachers don't get paid much...at all.
I think it varies by state too? Like a teacher in Oklahoma wont get paid the same as in Illinois or something.

Mister Adequate
05-12-2015, 10:29 PM
What about young children under the age of 10?

Oh yeah, that's fine, they can be butt-naked in front of their students if they're prepubescent.

Ayen
05-12-2015, 10:41 PM
No. Model teachers are not too hot to teach. The fact people have actually been fired over this is absurd.

Almost as absurd is the fact that most teachers don't make nearly enough forcing them to seek out other sources of income in the first place.

Nothing like getting fired for taking on a side job because your other one doesn't pay well.

Teachers' salaries not being that high doesn't surprise me considering Education is the first thing we always look to cut and then we wonder why there are so many idiots running around.

Richard
05-12-2015, 10:45 PM
No. Model teachers are not too hot to teach. The fact people have actually been fired over this is absurd.

Almost as absurd is the fact that most teachers don't make nearly enough forcing them to seek out other sources of income in the first place.

Nothing like getting fired for taking on a side job because your other one doesn't pay well.

Teachers' salaries not being that high doesn't surprise me considering Education is the first thing we always look to cut and then we wonder why there are so many idiots running around.

Not to mention prostitution. :)

Raistlin
05-13-2015, 01:15 PM
People are ridiculous when it comes to teachers of minors. I know teachers who have told me that they have to be careful buying alcohol in town in case a child's parent sees them and complains. Your children's teachers are human beings, with bodies and social lives. Get the fuck over it.

That being said, the additional publicity probably helped their modeling career take off, at least.

sharkythesharkdogg
05-13-2015, 01:29 PM
I've heard about trout like that too.

Along with complaints like; They have a bumper sticker on their car for one political party and the parent is very much in support of the other party, the teacher has politely refused the parent's invitation to attend the parent's church on several occasions, the teacher has been seen in certain inappropriate social settings (my child's teacher goes to the club?!?), and on and on and on.

This whole thing is ridiculous. If I was an awkward teen, and I heard the school had just fired my science teacher who was also a hot model, boom, there goes another drop out.

Night Fury
05-13-2015, 02:31 PM
So I mean I guess male swimsuit models are totally okay though right

Mirage
05-13-2015, 03:14 PM
i had a chemistry teacher that was really hot. I was paying attention to her a lot. That's good, right?

Pheesh
05-13-2015, 03:17 PM
I say we go all in and not allow hot students to be taught either. Damn hot kids, distracting all the other kids with their hotness!

Mirage
05-13-2015, 03:23 PM
Good thing I got an education while I was still allowed to attend.

Night Fury
05-13-2015, 03:23 PM
Girls that are too hot are already getting sent home from school though!

Jinx
05-13-2015, 03:27 PM
Well, yeah. Don't you know that attractive people are really stupid? Cut them free and let them take advantage of their good looks while they have them.

Slothy
05-13-2015, 03:27 PM
The thing I find funniest about this is my sister and her husband are teachers, the drink wine like it's going out of style, have gone to bars immediately after school with other teachers, run into former students at the liquor store, etc. and literally no one gives a shit. But maybe things around here are a bit different.

Then again, no one really gave a shit when she was being sexually harassed by a student either so things aren't all peaches and cream here.

Ayen
05-13-2015, 10:14 PM
People are ridiculous when it comes to teachers of minors. I know teachers who have told me that they have to be careful buying alcohol in town in case a child's parent sees them and complains. Your children's teachers are human beings, with bodies and social lives. Get the smurf over it.

Jesus! You must really have to want to teach to make it in this field. I would've rage quit years ago.


Girls that are too hot are already getting sent home from school though!

What?

Freya
05-13-2015, 10:20 PM
She's probably talking about dress codes. They are ridiculous for girls. You can't wear a lot because boys may get aroused. Some places are more strict than others "OH GOD a bra strap, that's too attractive!"

Like recently there was this girl (http://hellogiggles.com/yet-another-teen-banned-prom-confusing-reason/)who got

http://hellogiggles.hellogiggles.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/30/mireya.jpg

Ayen
05-13-2015, 10:25 PM
https://38.media.tumblr.com/81a11d23b5c55069d22d56619b894c2b/tumblr_n1lwxb8Kdy1smcbm7o1_500.gif

MissH
05-14-2015, 05:20 PM
So I'm a teacher ,currently teaching 3-5 year olds. The sad thing is, we do feel very restricted. A lot of my friends have had to sign contracts to say they will not have a facebook or twitter account incase parents find them. Thankfully I work around 45 minutes away from home and therefore it's very unlikely I will bump into any parents or children, but my collegues certainly feel the fear of going out and having a few drinks and seeing parents.

For some unknown reason, people think teachers are robots. We can work all hours of the day, never get tired, have no feelings, have no life at all and act like a social worker,nurse,parent,babysitter and educator rolled into one. That on top of the general public's view of a teacher's 'easy life' is why the UK certainly are struggling to find new teachers with more and more dropping out of the profession.

Give teachers a break!

Vyk
05-14-2015, 11:27 PM
It's weird, but I actually think it's important for kids to have a few hot teachers in their lives. It's generally a pretty safe crush, and "usually" a good learning experience. So why not

I do generally think doing porn and then trying to have a normal life, is one of those conundrums like with girls wearing mini skirts and low cut tops and then walking around construction sites. Things are going to be said, or done. And it's not right. But it's hard to be surprised when it happens. I wouldn't condone the cat-calls. But I would expect them to happen. And I wouldn't condone kids getting ridiculous towards a teacher when they find her porn, but I seriously wouldn't be surprised when it happens either. But at face value, I really don't care what a teacher does in their free time. As long as they meet their qualifications, and can teach kids what they need or should be taught, more power to them

But I'm a liberal nutjob who thinks teachers are treated badly enough and restricted badly enough already. I wouldn't give them an inch, I'd give them a mile

chionos
05-15-2015, 06:20 AM
We shit on teachers. We ruin the good ones and make them miserable. We take away their ability to be creative and cripple their attempts at discipline. We don't pay them half of what they're worth. And we overcompensate for screwing up and allowing pedophiles into schools by harassing attractive students and policing sexy teachers. The whole thing is so preposterous it makes me ill.

Sephex
05-15-2015, 06:34 AM
But why male models?

Shiny
05-15-2015, 04:23 PM
She's probably talking about dress codes. They are ridiculous for girls. You can't wear a lot because boys may get aroused. Some places are more strict than others "OH GOD a bra strap, that's too attractive!"

Like recently there was this girl (http://hellogiggles.com/yet-another-teen-banned-prom-confusing-reason/)who got

http://hellogiggles.hellogiggles.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/30/mireya.jpg

Granted my high school also had strict policies for guys as well. They couldn't have drooping, saggy pants or they were given suspenders to wear and they couldn't wear under shirts as regular shirts (like the sleeveless ones for example). A particular teacher in middle school harassed a girl by measuring her skirt in the hallway and then humiliated her asking her why she was wearing a skirt that short. It was ridiculous.

Jinx
05-15-2015, 05:13 PM
My high school was somewhat about enforcing the dress code, but the dress code itself wasn't too strict.

Boys, much like your school, Shiny, couldn't have really baggy pants or wear wife beaters.

Girls, tank tops had to be three finger width and shorts or skirts had to be mid-thigh length or longer (it couldn't be shorter than your middle finger when you put your hands down to your sides). Couldn't wear too revealing a shirt, bust-wise. One time I wore a suuuuuper revealing camisole, and the principal pulled me aside privately, didn't embarrass or humiliate me at all. Told me I shouldn't wear that in the future, and because it was the end of the day and I was already leaving, I wasn't going to get in trouble. I think everyone generally got off with a warning, and then detention after.

There's nothing wrong with dress codes as long as you're not using them to shame or humiliate your students. But at the end of the day it is still a place of learning and needs a certain amount of decorum.

Psychotic
05-15-2015, 05:26 PM
School uniforms prevent all that. Pip pip!

sharkythesharkdogg
05-15-2015, 05:49 PM
The thing I find funniest about this is my sister and her husband are teachers, the drink wine like it's going out of style, have gone to bars immediately after school with other teachers, run into former students at the liquor store, etc. and literally no one gives a trout. But maybe things around here are a bit different. .

Yeah, but I wonder if it's because everyone in that area drinks, so what do they expect? :shrug:

I know it's a bit of a stereotype, but statistically there is validity to it (http://www.statcan.gc.ca/tables-tableaux/sum-som/l01/cst01/health80a-eng.htm). If the culture in general drinks more, then perhaps they're more likely to not care about drinking habits of others?

It's probably more cultural. Plenty of people love to negatively judge you for the same things they do when they think no one is looking.

Pumpkin
05-15-2015, 05:56 PM
Our main thing in the dress code was no PJ's.

Shiny
05-15-2015, 09:44 PM
Our main thing in the dress code was no PJ's.

Communist school. I never wore PJ's to school, but a lot of people did in my high school and good for them. Is it not enough that institutions like this are limiting what we read by banning books, now they also have to limit your comfort and individuality with a ridiculous dress code? I understand things like baggy pants and really short mini skirts, but PJ's? Come on.

Jinx
05-15-2015, 10:04 PM
Not to mention my school started at like 7am which is butt o'clock in the morning. I went to school in PJs many a time, because I was exhausted.

Ayen
05-15-2015, 11:41 PM
School uniforms prevent all that. Pip pip!

Every school should have uniforms designed after FFVIII -nods-

Mr. Carnelian
05-18-2015, 02:03 AM
Don't most students have a crush on a teacher at one point or other anyway?

I don't think a teacher being a model would make a teacher more attractive to a student who didn't already find them attractive.

For instance, I fancied the pants off of my GCSE Geography teacher. I moved seats to be behind the girl who always needed help with her work, because he would stand next to her chair and bend over forward to look at her work. He had a nice bum.

Finding out he was a model wouldn't have made him more attractive to me, it would just mean that I might be able to find pictures of him shirtless online, rather than just using my imagination.

Different people have different things that they find attractive, so the only way to ensure that no students were being distracted by attractive teachers would be to have all lessons taught in absolute darkness. And even that wouldn't stop students being distracted by voices they found sexy (like my GCSE RS teacher, he had a voice like chocolate).

So, in short, villification (is that how you spell it, do you think?) of teachers who were models or have part-time jobs as models is ridiculous.

Formalhaut
05-18-2015, 02:24 AM
Don't most students have a crush on a teacher at one point or other anyway?

I don't think a teacher being a model would make a teacher more attractive to a student who didn't already find them attractive.

For instance, I fancied the pants off of my GCSE Geography teacher. I moved seats to be behind the girl who always needed help with her work, because he would stand next to her chair and bend over forward to look at her work. He had a nice bum.

Finding out he was a model wouldn't have made him more attractive to me, it would just mean that I might be able to find pictures of him online to masturbate to at home, rather than just using my imagination.

Different people have different things that they find attractive, so the only way to ensure that no students were being distracted by attractive teachers would be to have all lessons taught in absolute darkness. And even that wouldn't stop students being distracted by voices they found sexy (like my GCSE RS teacher, he had a voice like chocolate).

So, in short, villifying (is that how you spell it, do you think?) of teachers who were models or have part-time jobs as models is ridiculous.

I thought geography teachers were meant to be middle-aged, grumpy and drive a brown Volvo. Someone like this guy:

http://fc05.deviantart.net/fs70/f/2010/089/d/a/Geography_Teacher_by_Colonel1954Dz.png

Mr. Carnelian
05-18-2015, 02:37 AM
Don't most students have a crush on a teacher at one point or other anyway?

For instance, I fancied the pants off of my GCSE Geography teacher. I moved seats to be behind the girl who always needed help with her work, because he would stand next to her chair and bend over forward to look at her work. He had a nice bum.

Finding out he was a model wouldn't have made him more attractive to me, it would just mean that I might be able to find pictures of him online to masturbate to at home, rather than just using my imagination.

I thought geography teachers were meant to be middle-aged, grumpy and drive a brown Volvo.

No, this one was an NQT (Newly Qualified Teacher), or something like that. Early twenties, very lively, drove a hot hatchback.

Formalhaut
05-18-2015, 02:41 AM
So a young male, lively with a hot hatchback? He wasn't doing donuts in the school car park was he?

But actually on the topic, there was never any teacher I fancied. Like, there were a few that I thought looked pretty or attractive, but nothing to get me 'excited' about. It takes quite a lot to get me 'excited'. I do find it stupid though when model teachers are sacked. So they look nice and want to do a side job? What of it?

Far as I'm concerned, as long as they're not doing anything illegal, they should be able to do whatever.

Scotty_ffgamer
05-18-2015, 02:58 AM
I can understand the logic somewhat behind not allowing teachers to do certain kinds of modeling on the side (like underwear, nude, swimsuit, etc etc). Not saying I agree with it or anything, but the idea behind firing teachers for doing things like that is similar to stories I've heard of people getting fired in other jobs. It has nothing to do with the quality of education of students or anything; rather, I'd assume it has to do simply with the reputation of the school. People don't care that a teacher is attractive, but if parents have the possibility of finding pictures of scantily clad teachers, they'll likely throw a fit. School boards/principals/etc don't want to deal with the possibility of that kind of controversy, I'd imagine. I'd be interested in seeing comparisons of these kinds of issues in other countries though.

It kind of makes me think of something a saw where a high ranking guy was fired from his company because he posted a video of himself going through the drive through of a Chik-fil-a and harassing the lady at the window because he disagree with the company's stance on marriage. Doesn't really effect his performance on his job, and it's his own personal viewpoint, but it can create a negative image for his company.

I think in general what people do outside of work should be their own business as long as they are being productive at work and bringing no harm to the other employees/students/etc, whether you agree with what they are doing outside of work or not. I guess you could still see these things as harming the image of the school or company though, which I think makes it seem to be a little more in a gray area.

black orb
05-18-2015, 05:21 PM
What level of dissatisfaction would you have if your child had a hot, attractive female model for a teacher, depending on what they model, and how they model? Are model-teachers too hot to teach?
>>> I will envy the lucky bastard..:luca:

chionos
05-18-2015, 07:33 PM
Is hot hatchback a euphemism I've never heard or something?

Slothy
05-18-2015, 11:02 PM
Is hot hatchback a euphemism I've never heard or something?

It could be, but it's not in this case.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hot_hatch

Formalhaut
05-19-2015, 02:04 AM
Is hot hatchback a euphemism I've never heard or something?

Only after you've had a flaming hot curry.

Old Manus
05-20-2015, 06:12 PM
Don't most students have a crush on a teacher at one point or other anyway?

I don't think a teacher being a model would make a teacher more attractive to a student who didn't already find them attractive.

For instance, I fancied the pants off of my GCSE Geography teacher. I moved seats to be behind the girl who always needed help with her work, because he would stand next to her chair and bend over forward to look at her work. He had a nice bum.

Finding out he was a model wouldn't have made him more attractive to me, it would just mean that I might be able to find pictures of him online to masturbate to at home, rather than just using my imagination.

Different people have different things that they find attractive, so the only way to ensure that no students were being distracted by attractive teachers would be to have all lessons taught in absolute darkness. And even that wouldn't stop students being distracted by voices they found sexy (like my GCSE RS teacher, he had a voice like chocolate).

So, in short, villifying (is that how you spell it, do you think?) of teachers who were models or have part-time jobs as models is ridiculous.

I thought geography teachers were meant to be middle-aged, grumpy and drive a brown Volvo. Someone like this guy: If current university trends are anything to go by, school pupils nationwide can look forward to a deluge of newly-graduated single Geography teachers in their early twenties who couldn't think of much else to do with their degrees. I can hear the pencils dropping from desks already.

Mr. Carnelian
05-22-2015, 03:28 PM
If current university trends are anything to go by, school pupils nationwide can look forward to a deluge of newly-graduated single Geography teachers in their early twenties who couldn't think of much else to do with their degrees. I can hear the pencils dropping from desks already.

Nothing like a bit of eye candy to help you get through a tedious Geography lesson.

SuperMillionaire
05-23-2015, 09:57 PM
My high school was somewhat about enforcing the dress code, but the dress code itself wasn't too strict.

Boys, much like your school, Shiny, couldn't have really baggy pants or wear wife beaters.

Girls, tank tops had to be three finger width and shorts or skirts had to be mid-thigh length or longer (it couldn't be shorter than your middle finger when you put your hands down to your sides). Couldn't wear too revealing a shirt, bust-wise. One time I wore a suuuuuper revealing camisole, and the principal pulled me aside privately, didn't embarrass or humiliate me at all. Told me I shouldn't wear that in the future, and because it was the end of the day and I was already leaving, I wasn't going to get in trouble. I think everyone generally got off with a warning, and then detention after.

There's nothing wrong with dress codes as long as you're not using them to shame or humiliate your students. But at the end of the day it is still a place of learning and needs a certain amount of decorum.

I don't mind seeing short-shorts on girls as long as their mid-thigh length. If the shorts are so short that they only cover your hips, then I have a problem with that; it's too short, but if it's mid-thigh length, then I'm fine.

And I don't want to see saggy pants, either.

Anyway, going back to hot teachers, there is a trope for that in TV Tropes.

http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/HotTeacher

And there are more articles regarding one of those teachers mentioned in the opening post, but I didn't post them because they contained the image, which is not safe for work, or school for that matter. If you want to see them, search for "model teacher" on Yahoo, and you'll find the articles. That is, unless of course you want me to post the articles here.

Mr. Carnelian
05-24-2015, 06:29 AM
School uniforms prevent all that. Pip pip!
Agreed. School uniforms are the norm in the UK, and it stops a lot of the problems which arise from people wearing their own clothes, such as competing to have the coolest clothes.

Maybe someone should start a new thread about school uniforms? People have been talking about them quite a bit.

Shiny
05-25-2015, 05:58 AM
They do school uniforms for urban schools that have a lot of people who get their clothing stolen or because of gang violence (red color clothing etc.) They probably should've done it for our school because clothing was consantly stolen in the girls gym locker.

SuperMillionaire
05-29-2015, 09:52 PM
In college, they don't do school uniforms, so while I won't object to a school uniform if they do decide to use one, I don't think they need it. I do, however, think that there should be dress codes for students, as well as teachers.

For instance, do you think it's appropriate for teachers to wear jeans? I personally do, but not everyone does.

Pheesh
05-30-2015, 03:59 AM
....what the fuck is wrong with jeans?

Mirage
05-30-2015, 04:25 AM
"normal clothes not allowed"

Not a place I'd like to go to learn things.

Vyk
05-30-2015, 04:41 AM
Its one of those things where they want everyone to look "professional". I would much rather my teachers wear jeans. But none of mine ever did. So it's extremely likely my school had that sort of dress code for the faculty >.>

Mr. Carnelian
05-30-2015, 05:20 AM
My schools - primary, secondary and sixth form - had dress codes for the staff.

Also, my sixth form didn't have a uniform, but you had to dress in smart clothes (e.g. suits).

I'm all for dress codes. Men generally look a lot hotter in suits.

Loony BoB
05-30-2015, 10:36 AM
The only good thing about the news piece is that it is getting attention, and seemed to go at least slightly viral (well, it's here, isn't it?) and people are talking about it. The talking, based on this thread at least, seems to be a general agreement that it was absurd. So hopefully it's going viral because people think it's absurd, and more people will see the general consensus on the matter and start to realise that it really, really was absurd to fire someone over such things.

I have never before heard of a teacher getting fired for being attractive. I've never really had a huge attraction to any teacher, though. I've thought some were really pretty but not actually fancied them. Looooads of people at my high school fancied various teachers, I remember that much. Nobody cared. Or at least, nobody I knew cared enough to make it obvious to me that they cared.

If a teacher was doing porn on the side I can imagine it would cause debate but if it's just sexy snaps, psh. Teachers have the right to feel good about themselves just like anyone else.

EDIT: Regarding what they wear: Smart casual is fine for teachers as far as I'm concerned. Why should I find it harder to be educated because they are wearing jeans?

Mr. Carnelian
05-30-2015, 10:42 AM
Smart casual is fine for teachers as far as I'm concerned. Why should I find it harder to be educated because they are wearing jeans?

If students have to wear a uniform or conform to a dress code, then it seems only fair that teachers also follow a dress code.

Night Fury
05-30-2015, 10:51 AM
Because it is at the schools discretion as to whether they ask their staff to conform to a dress code as well. I had to wear all black at my job in retail - did it make any sense to wear all black? Not really. Could I have done my job in jeans and t-shirt, absolutely. But it was a requirement set by the company, and if a school wants to set a code for their teachers that is absolutely okay in my opinion. It's not about you finding it harder to be educated or easier - it's about the presentation of the school and their staff, just like any other job.

Mr. Carnelian
05-30-2015, 11:22 AM
I've never really had a huge attraction to any teacher, though. I've thought some were really pretty but not actually fancied them. Looooads of people at my high school fancied various teachers, I remember that much.

In my secondary school and at my sixth form, I noticed that girls and non-straight guys (there were a few of us, although not many) were much more likely to admit crushes on teachers than the straight guys.

I'm not really sure why that was. Maybe the straight guys felt uncomfortable at admitting attraction to women who did not match the unrealistic expectations of beauty created by the media?

Night Fury
05-30-2015, 11:34 AM
I'm not really sure why that was. Maybe the straight guys felt uncomfortable at admitting attraction to women who did not match the unrealistic expectations of beauty created by the media?

I don't think that's it, and it's a bit of a jump really.

I knew plenty of boys at school who crushed on the lady teachers, same with at 6th Form and then Uni. It's all anecdotal though, like, everyone is different, people aren't always gonna be attracted to the hot teacher - regardless of sexuality/gender.

Mr. Carnelian
05-30-2015, 11:45 AM
I'm not really sure why that was. Maybe the straight guys felt uncomfortable at admitting attraction to women who did not match the unrealistic expectations of beauty created by the media?

I don't think that's it, and it's a bit of a jump really.

I knew plenty of boys at school who crushed on the lady teachers, same with at 6th Form and then Uni. It's all anecdotal though, like, everyone is different, people aren't always gonna be attracted to the hot teacher - regardless of sexuality/gender.

Good point!

My observation was just based on my own personal experiences.

Pheesh
05-30-2015, 11:55 AM
When I was at school my friends and I wouldn't ever talk with each other about 'crushes', so that'd be why you never overheard them saying who they liked. Guys tend to stick to "so and so is really hot" or something to that effect.

Mr. Carnelian
05-30-2015, 12:02 PM
I was thinking of "so and so is really hot" as part of the whole crushes thing.
Straight guys were always going on about women they thought were hot.
They just weren't talking about teachers.

Pheesh
05-30-2015, 12:19 PM
Well that's weird because in my experience guys were always much more likely to talk out loud about who were the good looking girls at school. Maybe there just weren't any attractive female teachers?

Mr. Carnelian
05-30-2015, 12:25 PM
Most of the female teachers were in their forties or older. Maybe that's why.

Or maybe it was something to do with being middle-class? Most of the students were.

It could well be that my school was an exception to the norm.

Shauna
05-30-2015, 12:29 PM
....what the fuck is wrong with jeans?

0XMy9WeI_fw

SuperMillionaire
06-05-2015, 09:18 PM
That's another one of those really cheesy songs, in the style of Rebecca Black's "Friday." Interestingly, I noticed that "My Jeans" by Jenna Rose contained references to Hannah Montana, Ashley Tisdale from High School Musical, and Keke Palmer from the Nickelodeon TV series True Jackson, VP.

Anyway, back on topic: what about female teachers who wear sleeveless? Is it okay for female teachers to wear tank tops or some other sleeveless shirts and show off their arms? I personally do, but some people don't.

Freya
06-05-2015, 09:29 PM
That's not a good question when we've already pretty much answered we don't care how they look or dress in this thread. Sleeves, jeans, sombreros, it's not a big issue.

SuperMillionaire
06-05-2015, 09:53 PM
We didn't talk about sleeveless shirts yet. I forgot to ask that question in one of my earlier posts, which is why I'm asking it now.

Freya
06-05-2015, 09:57 PM
But they have talked about clothing and how they don't care about what is worn.

We didn't talk about socks either. DO YOU think they should have to wear socks?

Shauna
06-05-2015, 10:21 PM
I'm strictly no socks on my teachers. If I dare see anything covering up those ankles... :argh:

Formalhaut
06-05-2015, 10:45 PM
The funniest thing is on no-uniform days. Me and my friends used to have a little competition to see which teacher had the worst casual wear.

Night Fury
06-06-2015, 05:15 AM
Anyway, back on topic: what about female teachers who wear sleeveless? Is it okay for female teachers to wear tank tops or some other sleeveless shirts and show off their arms? I personally do, but some people don't.

What about MALE teachers who wear sleeveless too? Or is it only problematic when females wear 'revealing' clothes?

fire_of_avalon
06-06-2015, 06:58 AM
None of my instructors were attractive until I hit college (university.)

But some of those guys I would've paid money to see in sleeveless clothes. Or clothesless clothes. Naked. I would have paid them money to become strippers. but not a lot of money, because I was in college and poor. I would've given them pizza coupons. Pizza. Pizza crusts.

SuperMillionaire
06-06-2015, 09:15 PM
Don't make jokes, people. I'm being serious here.

Now back to the topic: are sleeveless shirts acceptable on teachers or not? No jokes!

Freya
06-07-2015, 01:04 AM
Socks are super unacceptable.

Pheesh
06-07-2015, 02:24 AM
Is it acceptable for your teachers to tell jokes? I personally think it is not okay, what do you think?

Night Fury
06-07-2015, 06:32 AM
Don't make jokes, people. I'm being serious here.

Now back to the topic: are sleeveless shirts acceptable on teachers or not? No jokes!

We're making jokes, because the question was a joke.

Shorty
06-07-2015, 08:56 AM
Yes, sleeveless shirts should be acceptable. Children aren't going to not learn math because their lady teacher is in a sleeveless god damn blouse.

Teachers should be allowed to do whatever they want in their spare time as long as it does not involve breaking the law or questionable activity with younger children. Porn is probably a no-go, too. Honestly, though, smurf off if you think people should be punished at their jobs for their level of attractiveness. This is equally as bad as saying, "Are ugly teachers too ugly to teach because kids won't pay attention to them?" If they're qualified for the job, they're qualified for the job.

is this really where we're at with education, dissecting the spare time of people who willingly step into classrooms to teach the roves of brats we're putting out into the world

Sephex
06-07-2015, 11:42 AM
Maybe people should worry about teaching as a whole instead of a very superficial aspect of it. Stick to your reality television if you want to judge people based on how they look while having a small window into their lives.

Old Manus
06-07-2015, 03:51 PM
This thread is ageing like a fine wine. Please don't stop, I need more.

DMKA
06-07-2015, 07:30 PM
The fact that this is even a discussion makes me weep for the future.

Maybe people should worry about teaching as a whole instead of a very superficial aspect of it. Stick to your reality television if you want to judge people based on how they look while having a small window into their lives.
This.

SuperMillionaire
06-09-2015, 07:48 PM
Do NOT mock me.

My question was serious; it was not meant to be funny.

Now back to the topic.

sharkythesharkdogg
06-09-2015, 08:35 PM
Oh ho ho. Temper temper.

I can say I'd much rather have my child being taught by a calm, caring, effective teacher who does porn in his/her spare time vs. a teacher who

can NOT be MOCKED.

Once again, teachers should be able to do whatever is legal in their spare time outside of school. That includes things like being an exotic dancer, or starring in adult films, or joining the Westboro Baptist Church and protesting incredibly inappropriate things in incredibly inappropriate ways while citing incredibly inaccurate views based on their incredibly poor interpretation of the Bible.

I might not like it, but if they maintain the required level of professionalism in the class room, there shouldn't be much I can do about it. Their life outside of work is their life. Very few jobs should fall out of that category.

Formalhaut
06-12-2015, 01:50 AM
I saw this earlier today and just had to share it with you guys.

So apparently this guy has been branded the 'world's sexist maths teacher (http://www.theguardian.com/science/alexs-adventures-in-numberland/2015/jun/11/worlds-hottest-maths-teacher-pietro-boselli-interview)'. The fluid dynamics of turbo machinery really turns him on, which sort of sounds like a really obscure innuendo. And his PhD research was on wet steam flow. Like seriously, the guy is a walking innuendo. What do you guys think?

http://i.guim.co.uk/static/w-300/h--/q-95/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/pictures/2015/6/10/1433951723201/7b727dfb-43b4-42e8-ad43-48435784515a-300x209.png

Ayen
06-12-2015, 01:56 AM
I want his abs.

Formalhaut
06-12-2015, 01:58 AM
I want his abs.

Really? Too sculpted. He is pretty, I guess. But not really my thing. His face is probably the best part of his body.

Jinx
06-12-2015, 04:40 AM
I don't think teachers should be allowed to show any skin. Burlap sacks for everyone!

Mr. Carnelian
06-12-2015, 05:40 AM
Yes, sleeveless shirts should be acceptable.

Sleeveless shirts aren't that sexy anyway.
What's REALLY sexy (on men, at least) are rolled-up sleeves.

https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/a7/5a/5e/a75a5e0aca625d0bea45330ceb300249.jpg



Really? Too sculpted. He is pretty, I guess. But not really my thing. His face is probably the best part of his body.

You are SO fussy. :lol: I mean, seriously, LOOK at that.

http://i.guim.co.uk/static/w-300/h--/q-95/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/pictures/2015/6/10/1433951723201/7b727dfb-43b4-42e8-ad43-48435784515a-300x209.png


I don't think teachers should be allowed to show any skin. Burlap sacks for everyone!

This guy might be able to look sexy even in a burlap sack!

I was wondering how long it would take for this guy to pop up on this thread.

I did think about bringing him up myself a while ago, but I didn't think he really added to the debate.

However, I now realise that I should have followed my instincts and gone ahead with it. Everyone is better off being able to ogle this guy. :p

FFNut
06-12-2015, 05:43 AM
I personal don't care what a teacher wears, as long as they don't show to much. Every school I went to was business casual dress. They wore jeans and a T-shirt all the time, no one cared, and we all still got an education. It wasn't a big deal.

fire_of_avalon
06-14-2015, 06:20 PM
Everytime I see this thread I think about this one adjunct English lit professor and get twitterpated. You jerks.

I saw this earlier today and just had to share it with you guys.

So apparently this guy has been branded the 'world's sexist maths teacher (http://www.theguardian.com/science/alexs-adventures-in-numberland/2015/jun/11/worlds-hottest-maths-teacher-pietro-boselli-interview)'. The fluid dynamics of turbo machinery really turns him on, which sort of sounds like a really obscure innuendo. And his PhD research was on wet steam flow. Like seriously, the guy is a walking innuendo. What do you guys think?

http://i.guim.co.uk/static/w-300/h--/q-95/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/pictures/2015/6/10/1433951723201/7b727dfb-43b4-42e8-ad43-48435784515a-300x209.png

Eh, too pretty for me. I could get down on those muscular thighs, though. By get down am I using foa-slang for "I really like that" or am I being a literal creeper? Who knows! All I know is I better not say it in school.

For real, there's no such thing as too hot to teach. If a kid can't control their libido that's the fault of the teacher.

Shiny
06-14-2015, 09:36 PM
He is fine. He has smurf me lines and Chun Li thighs. He can get it.

Formalhaut
06-16-2015, 05:40 AM
Sleeveless shirts aren't that sexy anyway.
What's REALLY sexy (on men, at least) are rolled-up sleeves.

https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/a7/5a/5e/a75a5e0aca625d0bea45330ceb300249.jpg



Oh, yeah. Love me a bit of exposed forearm me.

NeoCracker
06-16-2015, 01:09 PM
I'm skipping over reading all seven pages of this to say this, I don't give a shit if the teacher is actively involved with porn while teaching. As long as she handles herself professionally at School, does what a teacher is suppose to do at work, then fuck anyone trying to get that teacher fired.

Sephex
06-17-2015, 06:02 AM
Sleeveless shirts aren't that sexy anyway.
What's REALLY sexy (on men, at least) are rolled-up sleeves.

https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/a7/5a/5e/a75a5e0aca625d0bea45330ceb300249.jpg



Oh, yeah. Love me a bit of exposed forearm me.

"TALK TO ME BABY!!!"

http://pre10.deviantart.net/625e/th/pre/i/2012/184/d/a/goro_mk_2011__by_arch2626-d55uu95.jpg

Mr. Carnelian
06-17-2015, 08:48 AM
I think you misunderstand the whole "rolled-up sleeves are sexy" thing.

There has to actually BE a sleeve.

A forearm on its own isn't interesting. The rolled-up sleeve is what makes it.

sharkythesharkdogg
06-17-2015, 02:07 PM
He's actually gone the opposite direction, covering the lower parts of the limbs and leaving the upper section exposed.

The reverse sleeve roll.

fire_of_avalon
06-18-2015, 12:40 AM
Idk Goro has had a paper bag face but also also a handlebar on the back of his head. There's something to be said for utility. And the four arms means he can cook me breakfast among other things.

I am for Goro as a teacher, even though he isn't as hot as previously required.

Jowy
06-18-2015, 12:41 PM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6M4_Ommfvv0

this thread is too long to read but here's my contribution!

SuperMillionaire
06-26-2015, 09:16 PM
Some people like to show off their toned arms in hot weather...

Freya
06-26-2015, 09:16 PM
Yes.

Zanmato
06-26-2015, 10:15 PM
As long the teacher do his/her best in the school, clothes doesn't matter to me.
My former English teacher is smoking hot! <3 Thanks to her my skills are pretty good and I love this language, haha! XD

Formalhaut
06-26-2015, 10:16 PM
As long the teacher do his/her best in the school, clothes doesn't matter to me.
My former English teacher is smoking hot! <3 Thanks to her my skills are pretty good and I love this language, haha! XD

I suppose that's one way to gain motivation!

Zanmato
06-27-2015, 12:23 PM
As long the teacher do his/her best in the school, clothes doesn't matter to me.
My former English teacher is smoking hot! <3 Thanks to her my skills are pretty good and I love this language, haha! XD

I suppose that's one way to gain motivation!

You got me, hahaha! XD
She was a good teacher, so I can't complain. :P

Fynn
06-27-2015, 12:51 PM
For serious, my wife had this didactics teacher whose views on teaching were baffling to me.

She apparently lowered her students' grades if they so much as wore jeans when teaching a class, or if their hair was not tied in a bun or ponytail. Clearly loose hair is too much for hormonal teenagers to handle, and the jeans just makes them all turn into rebels.

Said teacher's also pretty much the worst person in existence and the worst kind of didactics teacher I can imagine, since she taught them really little about actual teaching. All the classes were about how you look in class and how awesome she is because she used to work for the Ministry of Education. I am so done with this.

sharkythesharkdogg
06-27-2015, 02:45 PM
Fynn, it's all necessary to a good learning environment.

Boys can't gain knowledge when they're fighting study-boners, and that also makes a pretty hostile atmosphere for the lady students. Pretty soon those ladies are swooning everywhere while coyly chewing on their pencil tops, and the guys have creamed their shorts, and no one has learned anything about the KREB cycle, or the unit circle, or anything!

However, some sensible, loose fitting slacks, a modest hairstyle, and good grooming habits are all it takes to completely eradicate the sex-drive in young adults.

This is science.

Mr. Carnelian
06-27-2015, 04:17 PM
This thread has been a fantastic source of entertainment. :lol:

Pheesh
06-29-2015, 02:37 AM
Fynn, it's all necessary to a good learning environment.

Boys can't gain knowledge when they're fighting study-boners, and that also makes a pretty hostile atmosphere for the lady students. Pretty soon those ladies are swooning everywhere while coyly chewing on their pencil tops, and the guys have creamed their shorts, and no one has learned anything about the KREB cycle, or the unit circle, or anything!

However, some sensible, loose fitting slacks, a modest hairstyle, and good grooming habits are all it takes to completely eradicate the sex-drive in young adults.

This is science.

As a man, can I at least show off my toned arms in hot weather?

Snap Jumper
06-29-2015, 04:58 AM
Fynn, it's all necessary to a good learning environment.

Boys can't gain knowledge when they're fighting study-boners, and that also makes pretty hostile atmosphere for the lady students. Pretty soon those ladies are swooning everywhere while coyly chewing on their pencil tops, and the guys have creamed their shorts, and no one has learned anything about the KREB cycle, or the unit circle, or anything!

However, some sensible, loose fitting slacks, a modest hairstyle, and good grooming habits are all it takes to completely eradicate the sex-drive in young adults.

This is science.

Wow. I really hope this post wasn't serious...anyway, it's more important that boys and girls both learn how to control their sex drives and gain the skill of being able to focus no matter what distractions are put in the way. Girls should be allowed to dress how they want. If boys are unable to concentrate, that's on the boys. Most girls do it for attention anyway. Take away the attention and they will stop doing it.

Alive-Cat
06-30-2015, 11:37 PM
model teachers must be reached, they need our support and our guidance, we have to reach them, we have to teach them. we have to teach them. we have to become the teachers now, there's no time to waste. we can't be the ones left standing, not knowing what's going on, when the model teachers become unreachable. unteachable.
the world can't go on this way, it's the old way, the old world, and we have to be the ones to usher it into a new golden age, an age where it's okay to do this, okay to do that, where the problems lie in our souls and are dictated by moral fiber, nothing more, nothing less.
i've sat many a day pondering this. believe you me. are model teachers too hot to reach? too hot to teach? too caught up in a system that by its very imperative is flawed. we have to reach them. The Eyes On Final Fantasy Forums Experience, we have to reach them. teach them.
how do we go about this? it's a question as long and large and old as the universe itself. it's like the chicken and the egg. but really it's simple. we have to reach out. it's that simple! really! i know! how good was that? if we reach them before it's too late, everything changes. you, me, the whole god damn planet. we will all flourish. we will all grow. we will evolve.
as i sit, contemplating this, it occurs to me, so how do we reach out? first we must reach out to ourselves. first we must break through these prison walls holding our spirits, our souls, and let them out. let them out. the reward is immeasurable and vast. believe me, i know.

if you believe it, so do i. we can reach them. model teachers, we salute you.

Shauna
06-30-2015, 11:39 PM
https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/236x/6d/e4/2c/6de42cfa59bb7a2950a3a00ab785c91c.jpg

SuperMillionaire
07-20-2015, 07:18 PM
This thread has been a fantastic source of entertainment. :lol:

I agree.

And I'd like to see female teachers showing off their toned arms in hot weather.

I'm sorry that I haven't gotten the chance to post here in a while.

Mr. Carnelian
07-20-2015, 07:40 PM
I'm glad that being hot isn't actually a barrier to teaching.

I was teaching classes of university students once a week during my semester in Japan, and I would have hated to have been forbidden to teach based solely on my smoking hot good looks. :p

(I don't really have that high an opinion of myself. It's just a joke. Or IS it? :holmes:)

SuperMillionaire
07-27-2015, 05:59 PM
Perhaps you should post a picture of yourself and let us decide.

Lazerface
07-27-2015, 06:40 PM
Van Halen said it best.

Bubba
07-28-2015, 11:26 AM
Van Halen said it best.

Jump?

I'm not sure that is particularly relevant to this debateI know you're talking about Hot for Teacher :D

sharkythesharkdogg
07-28-2015, 01:43 PM
Fynn, it's all necessary to a good learning environment.

Boys can't gain knowledge when they're fighting study-boners, and that also makes pretty hostile atmosphere for the lady students. Pretty soon those ladies are swooning everywhere while coyly chewing on their pencil tops, and the guys have creamed their shorts, and no one has learned anything about the KREB cycle, or the unit circle, or anything!

However, some sensible, loose fitting slacks, a modest hairstyle, and good grooming habits are all it takes to completely eradicate the sex-drive in young adults.

This is science.

Wow. I really hope this post wasn't serious...anyway, it's more important that boys and girls both learn how to control their sex drives and gain the skill of being able to focus no matter what distractions are put in the way. Girls should be allowed to dress how they want. If boys are unable to concentrate, that's on the boys. Most girls do it for attention anyway. Take away the attention and they will stop doing it.

I'm always serious when it comes to educating our youth. :colbert:

SuperMillionaire
08-08-2015, 05:49 PM
Indeed, some girls and women do sometimes dress up for attention, showing off their arms, shoulders, and legs, wearing sleeveless shirts and short shorts or skirts.

Shorty
08-08-2015, 05:51 PM
How dare we bare our legs, arms, and shoulders. How dare we.

Night Fury
08-08-2015, 06:28 PM
Never anything to do with it being hot of course, we just want attention.

Mirage
08-08-2015, 06:55 PM
I wore a sleeveless shirt yesterday and you won't believe how much attention i got

it was crazy!

Night Fury
08-08-2015, 06:56 PM
Mirage how DARE you, you probably stole ALL THE ATTENTION from someone like ME?

I am completely offended by you right now!!!!!111!!!

Mirage
08-08-2015, 07:05 PM
well you know, offending people and stealing attention is the sole reason why i wear sleeveless shirts so i'll call that a success

Psychotic
08-08-2015, 07:49 PM
Yeah yeah so I was on da train when dis bird comes over and sits down and she was PROPA flirting with me pauw she rolled up her sleeves and I'm not lying I even saw a bit above her elbow the dirty bitch she was loving it and I was about to get her number but then some foreigns got onto me train so I had to protect the nation from terrorists as it's me part-time job through mi5 and by the time I did an ocular patdown on the perps she'd gotten off at golders green hadn't she pauw but she totally wanted me that arm exposing vixen YEEEEAAAAAAH YEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAH

krissy
08-11-2015, 02:13 AM
dear eoff
today was a really hot day and i was on the train and i rolled up my sleeves and this tracksuit guy next to me started salivating, it was really weird. he kept prodding his friend and like motioning with his head, it was really awkward but like i had already sat down and didn't want to move. then these ten year old kids got on the train and the creep got really scared-like and started eyeing them, so i took it as a chance to flee out on the next stop. what a weird experience!
yours,
sweaty elbows

Laddy
08-14-2015, 10:59 PM
Are teacher-models too smart to model?

Old Manus
08-28-2015, 02:46 PM
Ah, the old SuperMillionnaire revive-his-own-thread post.

SuperMillionaire
09-09-2015, 02:50 PM
Are teacher-models too smart to model?

Interesting question, Laddy. I do have to wonder how smart they really are... then again, many fashion models have attended college...

Well, some models have attended college, and they can be smart...

This thread has been quite interesting.