English schoolteacher forced to give up second job as male stripper. Why?

Robert R. writes:

This should be red meat for you, Lawrence. The article describes a disciplinary hearing for an English school teacher who has been moonlighting as a male stripper and “naked butler.” He was allowed to keep his teaching job as long as he gives up these other activities. But, under modern liberalism, what, exactly, is the objection to these activities? This is a point the teacher himself makes. Only by invoking an unprincipled exception “that there is a widely held view that this is unacceptable,” is the board able to bring itself to make any judgment.

LA replies:

Aren’t liberals always saying that society can’t legislate morality?

Posted by Lawrence Auster at August 31, 2011 05:31 PM | Send

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