AWhen schools could use dedicated parent involvement, a Florida school banned a woman from volunteering for her job. Victoria Triece was started from a group of parent volunteers at her child’s school after someone pitched her for an OnlyFans account.
According to a Southwest Florida CBS affiliate, she is suing the Orange County Public School District for $ 1 million. There is no charge that Triece abused or engaged in inappropriate behavior that could put the children at risk. Although she volunteered at her children’s school for five years, Triece was told she was no longer welcome.
“If I’m not hurting anyone and affecting anyone’s day, then it’s someone’s choice to do something that’s completely legal,” Triece said at a press conference.
To make matters worse, someone voluntarily subscribed to their content to submit the photos to the administration. Shame people for their personal experiences, Triece said her work has never been a secret.
It is unclear what specific reasons support Triece’s dismissal from volunteer service. The school district did not provide any specific documentation or policies that Triece may have violated.
OnlyFans was seen as a safe space for sex workers and adult performers. Moving online offers an alternative to winning without the physical threat of violence sometimes encountered when engaging in person. But prejudices against such work persist, as evidenced by the case of Triece.
OnlyFans announced in August that it would ban porn on the site, but quickly turned the tide. According to Fortune, the creators of adult entertainment content are the largest group on the platform.
Beginning of October, Fortune sex workers interviewed who used the platform and were disappointed with the proposed change. Interviewees shared the challenges of being treated fairly.
“Public opinion has to change. Criminalization, the lack of workers’ rights, that makes it dangerous for us. The more we are pushed to the margins and forgotten, the more violence there is, ”Imogen said in an interview with Fortune.
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