"No religion is true, but some religion, any religion, is politically necessary. Law and morality are insufficient for the large majority of men. Obedience to the law and to the morals are insufficient for making men happy. […]Law and morality are therefore in need of being supplemented by divine rewards and punishments."
Also, why are people making a big deal out of the Hooters outfit? It's like something a volleyball player would wear.
I'm just relieved she didn't take them to the beach. They might have seen girls in bathing suits!!!
I think the Hooter girls should be fired for not taking their clothes off
In public school, a teacher has a responsibility to each student not to put the student in situations that offend the student. The teacher has a responsibility to the parents not to put the students in situations that violate the moral teaching of the parents.
I assume some parents beside me believe that it is wrong to objectify women as sex objects. That's what Hooters does. Is it so blatant that every moral person in america objects to Hooters? No, its not that bad. I have been to Hooters twice, once with a group of guys from work, and once with one other guy from work. I have never been back, and I don't plan to. Below average food for above average prices, marketed on the sex appeal of the girls. I'd rather have a good hamburger somewhere else.
It is not that bad of a place, but better choices for a school group were available in downtown Phoenix. Just go someplace else. The administration suspended the teacher as they should have, for exercising poor judgment. Nobody charged her with a crime, nobody said she can't teach anymore. It wasn't a horrible judgment error, but it was a minor error and she suffers a minor punishment. Good job by the school administration.
Deliberately charging an atmosphere with sexuality where that sexuality is traditionally absent: That is the appeal of Hooters. That is the crux of the matter with regard to the teacher's judgement.