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Students Decision To Enter Porn Industry Causes Outrage After Appearing In A Student Newspaper

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A teenage high school student in the US who defended her decision to get into porn industry sparked a debate after appearing in a student newspaper profile that caused outrage.

Caitlin Fink, from Stockton in California, decided to enter porn industry, but her discussing the move in her school’s newspaper didn’t go down too well with a few.

She realized that there was plenty of money after selling nudes. However, the school district tried to eliminate the article discussion as it believed it was against the obscenity laws.

Meanwhile, the student defended the article titled ‘Risky Business: Starting a Career In the Adult Entertainment Industry’.

She said: “I feel like the district sees it as a taboo thing that should be swept under the rug, but it’s really not a taboo topic.

“It’s just a topic that people don’t like to talk about because it makes them feel uncomfortable.”

On New Year’s Eve, Caitlin left home following a fallout with her parents – however, working in porn has given her the financial independence to pay all her bills herself.

“When I first started selling, it was just for money,” she explained.

“But then I liked the attention I got, being called beautiful. I enjoyed it because it made me feel good about myself.”

She even hired an agent and learned she’d be doing professional scenes for Pornhub. She had to have a blood test every two weeks to test for infections and was told by the producers to clear up her body acne to be flawless on camera.

Unfortunately though, Caitlin’s first professional porn shoot was cancelled as a result and she hasn’t earned anything so far with the adult video sharing site. She now has a second job as a dishwasher to make extra money.

Caitlin got the support of her English teacher Kathi Duffel, who fought for the article to be published, accusing the district of censorship when they demanded to see and approve the article before it went out. She said that Caitlin should be able to tell her story and that banning its publication would be a breach of free speech.

The Central California school district eventually approved the publication, and the article can now be read online.

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