CNN's Gay Porn Citizen Reporter Fired from Teaching Job

Gay porn personality and CNN's hottest citizen reporter Sean Loftis (better known to our blind, hairy-palmed readers as Collin O'Neal) has been fired from his teaching job in Florida because of his adult video past. And now he's back to making porn again!

O'Neal, who first came to my attention on his (NSFW) website World of Men, has covered floods and crocodile attacks for CNN's iReport, the section that allows citizen journalists to send in their photos and videos of news events. He gave up porn (and maybe citizen journalism) last spring when he decided to pursue teaching full time and worked as a substitute teacher in the Miami-Dade county public school system.

When some school officials found out about his former career, his teaching credentials were revoked. It seems a clause in the school district code says teachers must "conduct themselves, both in their employment and in the community, in a manner that will reflect credit upon themselves and the school system."

I don't see how making some smut legally is in such bad conduct. Have they watched the movies? They're really good. And he made the movies all around the world. The only people in the community who were involved were the ones with their pants around their ankles. And at the time he started teaching, he wasn't making porn anymore anyway. Does this mean that someone who once made some dirty movies can never be considered a upright citizen ever again?

Now that it's clear Sean Loftis won't be teaching, he's back to being good old Collin O'Neal and traveling around the world filming guys fucking on camera. Guess he has to put that degree in international relations to use somehow. Maybe he should take a trip up here to New York? I'm sure that he could teach me a thing or two.

[Miami New Times]