High school teachers appears topless on Myspace

Austin high school art teacher Tamara Hoover recently posted topless pictures of herself on her myspace profile. Too bad her students don’t live under rocks, and do in fact have access to the internet. Full Story.


  1. Chans said

    June 14 2006 @ 3:07 am

    Big deal really, people express themselves in all kinds of ways and if she felt the need to express herself in that way why not. If she sees it as art rather than pornography than that’s the way it’s intended to. If people see it differently that’s their problem.

    So she’s an highschool teacher, is it forbidden for teachers to express themselves online on their own websites?
    Besides, I’m sure it’s not the first time her students have seen a pair of breasts before.

    Granted, I don’t want to see any of the teacher I had in highschool or college (or primary school even 😉 ) naked, but that doesn’t mean they don’t have the right to express themselves in a way they feel comfortable in, online on their own space.

  2. leroybrown said

    June 14 2006 @ 5:18 am

    Exactly – why is a high school teacher not allowed to be topless? What makes her different from a topless lawyer or a topless accountant?
    Honestly I still can’t comprehend why it’s a crime for a woman to be topless. Are breasts truly obscene?

  3. marcus said

    July 2 2006 @ 2:39 pm

    True i mean come on she did it as a form of art she did not sale it to hes students.Even thought they saw it come on if you turn on the tv you will see way more.

  4. Rodrigo said

    December 1 2006 @ 4:26 am

    Anyone else having bother with myspace or is it just my pc?
    Last couple of days it seems it wont let me download any song from anywhere.
    Anyone having same bother – or anyone how to sort it?

  5. Amanda said

    January 18 2007 @ 9:17 am

    As a teacher, we do have to live up to an unrealistic standard. Our school district doesn’t feel that it is ok for us to be seen buying alcohol or cigerattes because it doesn’t set a good example. I know that teachers here would also get in trouble for taking a class to an art exhibit that had nudity without parental permission disclosing the possible nudity. She should have used common sense about her choice of photos and considered her audience’s maturity level to appreciate the photo as an art versus pornography. If she taught college it would be different because of her audience but most high school students get bent out of shape looking through Victoria’s Secret! Basically it was a bad judgement call.

  6. Leroy Brown said

    January 18 2007 @ 9:45 am


    Perhaps you’re right, it was just a case of bad judgement. On the other hand, I still have trouble seeing what she really did wrong. Breasts never hurt anyone, and it’s not as though she was posing topless in class, after all.

  7. G.R. Gideon said

    February 29 2008 @ 3:14 pm

    The thing that is really wrong here, is that you folks see nothing wrong with a trusted person sending titty pictures to a minor. You people are freaks!
    The reason this “teacher” sent pictures of herself to the young man, wasn’t for “art”,but to tittilate and arouse him sexually. Anyone who says different is probably a pervert themselves, trying to lessen or excuse their own perverted fantasies.
    It is wrong to screw children! Tell me you don’t think that was where this was headed?
    You people who excuse this kind of behavior are endorsing the rape of children!

  8. Arnold81 said

    January 4 2011 @ 1:26 am

    Big deal really, people express themselves in all kinds of ways and if she felt the need to express herself in that way why not. If she sees it as art rather than pornography than that

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