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Mom’s Porn Gets Children Expelled

Crystal Jackson is a mother of three, and she picked up an interesting side job. Her husband Chris Jackson had recommended posting explicit pictures of his wife to “those subreddits for hot wives” as he said. This brings up a few questions such as, there are subreddits for hot wives? Hot wives post explicit pictures on Reddit? But perhaps most baffling of all, husbands such as Chris are ok with this? In the past, back when the world was normal, such a thing would be considered immoral, but not only is the husband ok with this, it was his idea. 

As the pictures posted per Chris’ request gained popularity with perverts on Reddit, the couple shifted the operation to a site called OnlyFans in order to make money off of the pornography. For those of you who are lucky enough to not know what OnlyFans is, it is a site where women can post explicit pictures of themselves, and charge a subscription fee to view the pictures. At one point apparently, Crystal was making over 100k a month. 

Unfortunately for the couple and their children, some people in her local community found the site. Not all the parents were ok with having a sex worker as the 2nd-grade room parent. I am not exactly sure what a “room parent” is, but I know it entails spending time with children. Recently sex and children have become a popular combo with events such as drag queen story hour, sex ed classes teaching 7-year-olds about masturbation and popular children’s books with graphic depictions. 

However, this was a Catholic school, so naturally many of the parents weren’t exactly on board with sex workers. Crystal complained and played victim, calling one mom “the mean mom.” She tried to defend her actions, but then she was removed from her position as 2nd-grade room mom. This action may have been justified, but then the school took it one step further. They suspended the mother’s three children. 

The children did nothing wrong, but they still paid the price for their mother’s sin. Crystal said, “I don’t think it really impacted them.” Clearly, it did impact them. They got expelled from their schools. Crystal did later admit this, but according to her, that was the only effect that it had on her children, but the pornography had many effects on her three children and it will continue to in the future. Crystal claimed that all her children know is that their mother is an internet model, but I highly doubt this. Children are not idiots and if they know that they got expelled for their mother’s “internet modeling” they are going to connect the dots. 

Even if Crystal’s claims are true, and the children indeed do not know what their mother has done, it will still affect them. Just because she does these things out of sight from her children does not mean that it will not affect her child-rearing abilities. The fact is, most sex workers are not great parents, and this is not just a coincidence. The things one does in private affects how they act in public. It is not like you can be a porn star one second, and then immediately switch to a loving mother the next second. 

When asked if making the porn was worth it, she said, “In the grand scheme of things, um, is it worth it? Yeah.” The reason she gave for this was women’s empowerment. Porn does not empower women, it degrades them by the mere nature of what it is. Of course, this is not the real reason she thinks it was worth it. She did it for the money, and she made a lot of money. 

Wives, mothers, and all women should not sell explicit pictures of themselves online. Husbands should not encourage their wives to engage in the perverse transaction. People should not be willing to give up their dignity for cash. Men should not pay women to view explicit images of them. Schools should not expel children for their parents’ sins. Our culture is broken, and if we do not fix it, stories like this one will continue to happen normally. 

Nicholas Van Landschoot

I am Nicholas Van Landschoot, and I am a conservative author. My qualifications include having a grasp on reality, a basic understanding of English, and that is about it. I tend to write about cultural and political issues such as abortion, the willful mutilation of oneself, and other things like that. Some people think inspiration is important for writing, but I write from a place of deep horror and disgust.

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