Three_Dancing_Dragons wrote: »
I'd say no.
She may say yes to this "one off" way to slash her debts but my understanding of 'buy-out' rights would mean she would have no control over how the photographs were used, where they were published or (perhaps more importantly) how often. She could end up with a !!!!!! career without intending to.
If she was happy for this to be the case then sure, strip if you can live with it. But if you can't, don't.
jackbremer wrote: »
I have friends who found a calendar with their French teacher in it, bobs akimbo. Fantastic they thought.
They told her they thought it was great and they became her favourite pupils - good job all round.
Wiggly_Worm wrote: »
Holy cow, no way! Or rather, yes if she wants to halve her current debts and completely flush her entire career down the toilet. A primary school teacher? It would be found out, you can be sure of it. She would be sacked, and no other school would touch her.Yeesh, this is a short-term gain and no mistake. And she'd still have half her debts left!
graemecarter wrote: »
If she is thinking of gettering her kit off, she should not be teaching children.
Sounds more like she should be a lady of the night than a primary school teacher
David_B wrote: »
Because of the nature of her job I would say NO WAY unless she undoubting wanting to get fired.
Saying that, she could earn a hell of a lot of media attention if she chooses to and then further work.
As a dad I wouldn't mind but I know my wife certainly would!
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