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Nude Posing

Man i was hoping that some female needed advice on her nude pictures.

Thanks a lot for ruining my fantasy!

I like how one guy said to think “long and hard” about doing this! That was funny!

[quote]RIT Jared wrote:
I’m no rocket scientist, but do you think that maybe ruining his professional career had something to do with his depression and being “screwed up”? I really fail to see the correllation between posing nude for gay porn and all the repercussions you list.
RIT Jared[/quote]

Don’t want to divulge confidential details that my friend told me…the gay photos were really bothering him and getting to him a lot, and that’s another reason why it’s not worth it.

I don’t know why you even have to ask a question like this. Who are you hanging out with?

Hrmmm…

I pretty much agree with the above posts, but I have several personal friends that are currently or have done some sort of nude modeling in the past.

First, unless it’s a big outfit (e.g. Playboy) they will probably try to get you to do more. In fact, even if they are big they will try to get you to more. A friend of mine was posing for a division of Hustler and she was told it was a girl/girl no touchie kinda gig. When she got there the shoot started out normal and then someone brought out champagne… Fifteen minutes later, some guys show and they start pressuring her to do a “facial” with Pina Colada mix and a dude’s crank a few inches from her face. She left.

That sort of ambush happens frequently, and sometimes it involves more powerful drugs… That would be the sick and twisted side of porno.

Second, Wideguy was right. That shit lives forever. You or someone you know will see you in the future. Guaranteed. Hell, even the slightly off prints come out and play when the photographer or the production company needs some cash.

Don’t do it you want to be a teacher. It’ll get ya. IF you want to have a job that has virtually zero social responsibility… Like computer geek. Go for it. Just expect that your grandma may see you on the cover of Man-Boy Monthly.

wlk

If you are a teacher you are going to have this fear for the rest of your life that a student is going to come into class with images of you naked on a gay porn site.

Also this might not be legit. They may try to slip you something to get you do more and then hope that because it was so humiliating, you won’t go to the cops.

I am sure worse things have happened.

Who in the hell is going to out themselves by confronting you with evidence like gay porn. If they found it they must have been looking for it.If they were looking for it they must be looking to get off on gay porn.
There is no way a school administrator is going to jeopardise his career and out himself by confronting you with his own dirty secret. Screw the naysayers and grab some cash,man!

You get a few thousand bucks for a one-time thing that could cost you a lot, both profesionally and personally, in the future, and you know a bunch of guys are gonna be fantasizing about you and them naked. I definitely understand needing money, but keep your self-respect…it’s not something you can get back easily.

BTW they call them ‘cryobanks’ now…the one I go to pays $50 a deposit, and I pay my cell phone/DSL/cable/gas/water/electric bills every month this way, and I have nothing to be embarrased about…I have strong soldiers, and lot of them. And they listened to my recommendations and got some better porn too, so now I don’t have to worry about the g/f catching me.

Shit, ide do it. Just dye your hair and grow some facial hair, maybe get some colored contacts, sorta disquise yourself. By time anyone who COULD find it to maybe show some of his/her friends (assuming your a teacher and you teach high school) you wouldnt even be recognizable.

I’de just be extra careful before you sign on the dotted line about where these pics can be released so you KNOW it wont end up somewhere unsuspecting eyes will see(like someone said a mag cover or something, thats pretty outrageous).

Stop bein a pansy queer and get out there and make some cold hard cash, big guy.

[quote]freejury wrote:
Stop bein a pansy queer and get out there and make some cold hard cash, big guy.[/quote]

This is funny as hell. “Stop being a little gay wuss and go get naked for a bunch of gay guys, ya pussy!” LOL

[quote]Soco wrote:
Also this might not be legit. They may try to slip you something to get you do more and then hope that because it was so humiliating, you won’t go to the cops.[/quote]

Ewww…you might wake up with a sore, slimy butt.

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Ewww…you might wake up with a sore, slimy butt.[/quote]

or starring(hogtied with a gag in your mouth) in your own movie

So that’s what it’s like for my girlfriend…

I was talking to a guy the other day and he told me that he used to be a male stripper. Said he made like $400-800 a night. Since he was talking about it all in the past tense I assumed he had quit and asked him why he quit. He told me that one day he was out with his grandfather, father, and his son. Some lady came up to him and said “hey, I know you from somewhere, didn’t you dance at my bachelorette party?” So he decided at that point it was time for a career change.

So yeah, something like this is most likely to come back and bite you in the butt (heh, heh). Just think of Murphy’s Law - if something can go wrong, it will.

Seriously, do NOT do this if you plan on being a teacher. First off, I really don’t care much about what someone’s sexuality is (their business, not mine), but there are a lot of people out there who do. There is an unfortunate stereotype out there that all gay men are pedophiles, so when your posing becomes uncovered (which it will), is that the kind of storm you want to try and weather?

Second, I was watching a documentary a year or so ago about (and I am not kidding) the porn industry. The interesting part about it was that a lot of agencies that recruit new girls into the business have these sit down sessions with them to let them know right up front that people WILL find out. Their friends, their families, their neighbors, etc. Sure, regular straight porn is a lot more marketed and available, but even if the risk is less with your situation… why take that chance? I mean, if you are truly committed to becoming a teacher, if it is a passion for you and so on, how could all of that possibly be worth any amount of money? Don’t trade in your passion and your pride for the cash.

Kuz
–Return with honor.

Couple thousand, eh?

Please, by all means. The world needs more gay porn. Because the supply is so constrained, of course, that someone would offer you four digits for nude pictures.

[pause for laughter]

DI


MJT, if Uncle Sam says you should do it then theres no question about it.

Shit, my picture got messed up somehow.

ARNOLD did nude gay posing and he’s almost a billionaire, and the governor of California.

So it all depends.

[quote]mindeffer01 wrote:
Who in the hell is going to out themselves by confronting you with evidence like gay porn. If they found it they must have been looking for it.If they were looking for it they must be looking to get off on gay porn.
There is no way a school administrator is going to jeopardise his career and out himself by confronting you with his own dirty secret. Screw the naysayers and grab some cash,man! [/quote]

As a teacher myself, I can honestly say that it’s not that hard for this to come to light. In these circumstances (moral “wrongdoing”), a favorite ousting method is for someone with an axe to grind to gather all information (ads/photos/articles/etc.) and send them to a school administrator(s) anonymously. You’re right mindeffer, few folks would feel comfortable directly walking in and handing officials these artifacts, but similar things have been done before on an anonymous basis. More than one teacher has lost his or her job because anonymous “dirty laundry” has been placed in the lap of school officials.

Remember, until you have tenure (4 years of full-time teaching in IL - this may be different wherever you’re living or teaching), the school district can dismiss you at any time for any reason without so much as even a statement of why you were dismissed. It’s basically an analagous scenario to being on probation at a union company.

As an educator, my advice would be for you to strongly reconsider this move. I don’t personally believe that the risks would be worth the reward. PM me if you wish to discuss it more, but I think what has already been posted by myself and others more than speaks for itself.