This is going to become increasingly common: Parent Hot And Bothered By Teacher Who Did Playboy
Pornography is now mainstream, and as the prevalence of reality tv demonstrates, more and more people are willing to give up their privacy.
As a result, more and more young women seem willing to do things that were once taboo. And whether it's getting a tattoo or getting naked in front of a camera, whether it's later regretted or not, they still have the rest of their lives to live.
Why not let them live it?
Whether one's a receptionist or a CEO, stuff done in youth shouldn't come back to haunt one's career. It happened in the past, and it's irrelevant now.
This is not to say the ubiquity of porn is right or wrong. But my case is even stronger for the anti-porn crowd who claim that the girls are exploited victims.
If that's the case, it's all the more to let them get on with their lives and careers without the rest of us passing judgment.